KANSAS CITY – Buster Posey threw off his mask, revealing an expression of pure awe and delight. He stole a glance at Madison Bumgarner on the mound, then looked back to make sure the final out of Game 7 of the 110th World Series really and truly would land in Pablo...
The spectacular double play started by Joe Panik in the second inning would not have been without an old Giants shortstop and a former fireman.
Jeremy Affeldt didn't need the victory in Game 7, but when the official scorer made a change and gave him the W, the veteran broke down.
Recovering from a strained oblique, Michael Morse was limited in the postseason, but the Giants' slugger stepped up when opportunities arose.
Madison Bumgarner will get all the praise, but the Giants defense, led by Joe Panik, played a pivotal role in the Game 7 victory.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced Wednesday evening that the city will hold a World Series victory parade for the Giants on Friday.
The Kings held the lead at halftime, but fell flat in the second and finished with a 95-77 loss to the Warriors in their season opener.