As expected, it was a wild scene in San Francisco on Wednesday as the Giants and their fans celebrated their second World Series in three years.
Hundreds of thousands of fans reportedly celebrated from Market Street to the Civic Center, cheering on the Giants as they made their way down the city streets in cable cars and fancy automobiles (hey, how did you get a Rolls Royce, Bruce Bochy?).
Beyond the fans that showed up in droves on Wednesday, others watched on TV and via live stream or simply listened to sound bites on the radio.
Of course, for those who missed some of the action, we here at Bleacher Report have some videos we found on the Internet machine to give you an idea of what it was like in SF as confetti rained down and chants rang throughout the city.
Jaymee Sire of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area was on hand to interview some of the players, including Buster Posey, Tim Lincecum and Sergio Romo. Heck, Romo actually ended up lifting her up onto the car he was chilling on, complete with a warm embrace.
In fact, Sire was a rather popular character in the Giants clubhouse. Third base coach Tim Flannery called her the team's "good luck charm" this season, per CSNBayArea.com.
It was a day full of good vibes in the city, in fact. From the fans to broadcasters Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper to the players to the players' families, everybody was feeling good as they celebrated what was a fantastic season for the Giants.
Songs from such historic bands as Journey and Queen pervaded Civic Center as the players posed for pictures with the World Series trophy and fans sang along. Even Tony Bennett sang "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" up on stage.
Side note—Hall of Fame broadcaster Jon Miller went "Gangnam Style" all up in here. Never thought I'd say that.