Giants' trophy makes last Bay Area stop in Pacifica
PACIFICA, Calif. -- The San Francisco Giants' World Series trophy will be making its last Bay Area appearance in Pacifica Thursday.
The trophy, which the Giants earned with their victory over the Texas Rangers, will be displayed at the Pacifica Community Center from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
This marks the end of the trophy's Bay Area tour before it travels to Oregon and Nevada.
The 30-stop tour, which started at San Francisco's City Hall on Jan. 4, will end on May 5 in Troy, N.Y., where the team was originally founded.
Pacifica Giants fans will have the opportunity to view the trophy and have professional photos taken with it.
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