San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Brian Wilson celebrates with left fielder Pat Burrell, first baseman Aubrey Huff and catcher Buster Posey after defeating the Texas Rangers to win the World Series at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Paul Kitagaki Jr. / Sacramento BeeLink
Pitcher Tim Lincecum and his Giants teammates celebrate defeating the Texas Rangers, 3-1.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christian Petersen / Getty ImagesLink
The San Francisco Giants' Cody Ross kisses the championship trophy after Game 5 of the World Series.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Slocum / Associated PressLink
Giants fans celebrate in San Francisco's Civic Plaza after their team captured the World Series title.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles TimesLink
Cody Ross of the Giants celebrates with champagne in the locker room in Texas.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: BRIAN SNYDER / ReutersLink
The Giants celebrate on the field after their Series win.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stephen Dunn / Getty ImagesLink
San Francisco shortstop Edgar Renteria watches his three-run home run off the Rangers' Cliff Lee as catcher Bengie Molina and home plate umpire Jeff Kellogg look on in the seventh inning.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TIM SHARP / ReutersLink
Rangers right fielder Nelson Cruz cannot catch a single off the bat of Freddy Sanchez in the sixth inning.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHN G. MABANGLO / EPALink
Starting pitcher Tim Lincecum gets ready to deliver his throw on the mound in Texas.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Doug Pensinger / Getty ImagesLink
The U.S. flag is held by sailors before the start of Game 5.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Eric Gay / Associated PressLink
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