San Francisco Giants: Top 5 Team Traditions

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San Francisco Giants: Top 5 Team Traditions
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Bruce Bochy, Brian Sabean, Pablo Sandoval and Larry Baer celebrate the World Series victory

The San Francisco Giants celebrated their second World Series championship in three years after they swept the favored Detroit Tigers. The Giants proved that their championship in 2010 was not a fluke and that they are an outstanding team.

The old adage of "good pitching beats good hitting" holds true in San Francisco. With Matt Cain, Madison Bumgarner, Ryan Vogelsong and a resurgent Barry Zito, there is no reason the Giants cannot be back in the hunt in 2013.

If former two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum can return to top form, the Giants' starting rotation will once again be a core strength of the team.

The Giants' bullpen is also extremely good, and if closer Brian Wilson can make a successful return following his second Tommy John surgery, they will be even better.

As a life-long Giants fan, I am grateful and spoiled by the traditions of this organization. Let's take a fun look at some of these great team traditions.

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