SF Giants Return Of Torture

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

SF Giants Return Of Torture: You could call it the return of torture. But finally won with a good walk-off hit by Aaron Rowand in the 12th round of the first home game Friday against the Giants St. Louis Cardinals in a sold-out AT & T Park.

They were crammed into the first ball before seeing more of the particular history of the group of players who advanced to the playoffs the last day of the 2010 season, and gathered enough momentum to go through with it.

Closer Brian Wilson has the honor of San Francisco to raise the first flag of the world championship series in right field. The report was launched in the hands of the Giants legend Willie Mays, then in line with current players, finally, the pitcher eccentric bearded face whose hair has become the offseason a little more fierce.

Wilson ran with the flag of the bench area in the country, which climbed a ladder on the wall and the orange flag hoisted the flag. Before doing the honors, Wilson addressed the crowd screams.

"We won this team," said Wilson. "We won this as a community."

McCovey Cove was full of his usual occupation, and a cold sunny winter day, but praised the fans for the early morning. Paid tribute to the 2010 National League Championship Series MVP winner Cody Ross and Tim Lincecum, who won the Babe Ruth Baseball Writers Prize best player in the entire MLS, having won four of five starts.

Lou Seal is the usual hip-throwing from the top of the dugout, as tense extra innings broke into pandemonium at times. Another mascot, but says he also wants to become an institution. A man who proves that "Turbo", wearing a full-body spandex bright orange, said it will be almost every game this season in the nosebleeds, but still there.

"The secret power is stealing my girl friends'," Turbo said. "When I put on this costume, I'm 99 per cent of the ninja, and 1 percent awesome."

The host must also give the Giants fan was seriously injured Bryan Stow, which is attached to life in hospital in Los Angeles, was attacked in the parking lot after last week's season opening Giants-Dodgers. As the scoreboard flashed a picture of Stow, fans began chanting "Beat LA"

Stow two children were also on the first home game Friday at Giants AT & T Park, where they waved signs saying "Pray for our father." Giants game Monday against the Dodgers in San Francisco will be devoted to Bryan Stow, thanks donations taken at the door.