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Via: Wral.Com

Thousands of baseball fans took to the streets of San Francisco to celebrate the Giants second World Series title in three years as revelers gathered on street corners, in parks and at popular watering holes and car horns blared long into the night.

Fans across the city left their televisions and rushed outside as the Giants defeated the Detroit Tigers Sunday night, greeting diners, bar patrons and other merry makers.

At Polk and Bush streets in the city’s Polk Gulch neighborhood, hundreds of fans sprayed champagne, set of off firecrackers and blocked traffic for at least two hours after the game.

Several blocks away, police clad in riot gear looked on as revelers danced around Civic Center plaza where they watched the game on the Jumbotron.

The thousands of fans assembled there exploded in a roar with the final out.