Giants Have Parade in San Francisco

By Goold, Derrick | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), November 1, 2012 | Go to article overview

Giants Have Parade in San Francisco


Goold, Derrick, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Giants stage victory parade in San Francisco

Orange-and-black-clad hordes flooded the streets of San Francisco on Wednesday for a ticker-tape parade celebrating the 2012 World Series champion Giants a Halloween treat made all the more sweet as a repeat performance.

Tens of thousands of people decked out in the teams holiday- appropriate colors stood 20 deep behind barriers along the citys main commercial street to watch their favorite players wave from atop individual convertibles.

Standing next to a gold Rolls Royce that served as his ride, Giants manager Bruce Bochy credited the fans with helping lift San Francisco to its second World Series victory in three years. (AP)

Freeman suffers tendinitis Cardinals lefthander Sam Freeman was sidelined for the fall after experiencing tendinitis in his left biceps while pitching in the Arizona Fall League. Freeman was sent to the finishing school to get experience and innings that will set him up to contend for a big-league spot next spring training. He has a 3.86 ERA and eight strikeouts in seven innings over seven appearance in the AFL. Freeman and second baseman Kolten Wong were selected Wednesday for the leagues Rising Stars game, though Freeman will not participate because of the biceps discomfort. (Derrick Goold)

Other baseball The Pittsburgh Pirates hired longtime major league infielder Jay Bell as the new hitting coach. The Pirates also exercised a $700,000 option on third baseman Pedro Alvarez and declined a $3.5 million option on catcher Rod Barajas. ... Reliever Rafael Soriano opted out of the final year of his contract with the New York Yankees and probably will seek a long-term deal in free agency.... Kansas City declined its 2013 option on Joakim Soria, who missed last season because of ligament replacement surgery. ... The Cleveland Indians picked up Ubaldo Jimenezs $5.75 million contract option for next season. ... The New York Mets picked up the contract options for All-Stars David Wright and R.A. Dickey. ... The Los Angeles Angels traded righthander Ervin Santana to the Royals for minor league reliever Brandon Sisk. ... The Baltimore Orioles exercised a $1 million option on righthanded reliever Luis Ayala and declined an $11 million option on first baseman Mark Reynolds. …

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