The hot stove league is finally over, and anyone with a television knows that Giants fever is in full swing.
Last week, the Giants released a new spot for the 2012 season -- a 30-second video titled, "Let's Get Back Together." The commercial is the latest in the team's "Together We're Giant" campaign.
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The video features shots of Giants superfans getting ready for game day (complete with tattoos, facepaint and logo-buzzed hair) spliced with clips of Giants players preparing for the season. Throughout the commercial flash the words, "Let's get back, back to work, back on top, back together. Let's get back together. "
Though the clips include Brian Wilson, Sergio Romo and Pablo Sandoval jogging through the streets of San Francisco, the highlight of the video is Buster Posey shown cracking a line drive at batting practice and running up stadium stairs -- activities that many fans are likely relieved to see.
Spring Training has been Posey's debut since suffering a season-ending injury in May. But after nine months of surgeries and therapy, the former Rookie of the Year is finally back behind the plate. (Read more about Posey's return in our exclusive interview.)
"I like to see Buster back behind the dish, throwing people out," said Wilson after Sunday's game. "It's been a long time since I've thrown to him, so it was kind of a nice little reunion, with good results."
Wilson received a standing ovation on Sunday before throwing a nine-pitch scoreless inning -- with Posey behind the plate. Though the team had a rocky few first games during Spring Training, the Giants soon snagged five straight wins, giving fans all the more reason to get excited for the April 13 home opener.
Check out the Giants new commercial in the video below. While it isn't exactly "Stuck at the Office," it's still got us excited for the season:
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