San Francisco Giants to be honored at the White House
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Giants have one more major honor to receive for last season's World Series Championship.
On Monday the team will be meeting with President Barack Obama at the White House during a ceremony saluting their World Series sweep of the Detroit Tigers back in October.
It's the second time the president has honored the Giants at the White House. He did the same thing two years ago after the team's World Series victory over the Texas Rangers.
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