Hundreds of thousands of sports fans gathered in San Francisco's Financial District on Wednesday for the Giants' World Series victory parade--the second in three years.
An orange sea filled Montgomery Street, Market Street and Van Ness Avenue. Kids donned Halloween costumes, while college students, parents and nine-to-fivers banged buckets, blew Vuvuzelas and chanted "Let's go, Giants!"
"I hear one million people are supposed to be at the parade," Giants pitcher Barry Zito told The Huffington Post on Tuesday. And from the looks of the street, he may have been right.
Fans traveled from across the Bay Area and as far as Los Angeles just to catch a glimpse of the glittering World Series trophy, the screaming crowds and the boys in black and orange.
Giants fan Owen Guyan of Santa Rosa drove an hour to attend the parade.
"We left Santa Rosa at 5 a.m. to get a prime spot and then waited seven hours for the parade to pass through!" Guyan told The Huffington Post. "It was absolutely amazing to see all the stars from the past, current players, coaches and staff. It was an amazing day--the epitome of what Giants baseball and being a Giants fan is all about."
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