Giants World Series Celebration in GIFs

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Reliving the San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series celebration from Sunday night with a collection of the best GIFs from the wild scene.

The San Francisco Giants are the 2012 World Series Champions, making it look easy as they swept aside the Detroit Tigers in four games (some might say that Detroit could have used a RUNS bailout because they weren't good at hitting do you get t?).

The Giants clinched the title with a dramatic Game 4 win Sunday night. After both teams exchanged a couple of leads, Detroit tied the game in the sixth inning. It stayed 3-3 until the top of the 10th, when Marco Scutaro -- of course -- dropped a hit into center to score Ryan Theriot from second. In the bottom of the frame, Sergio Romo set down the side in order, getting Miguel Cabrera to end the game, and start a wild celebration.


John 3:16 guy (we're still doing that?), Marlins Jersey guy, Cabrera -- the Triple Crown winner -- striking out looking, Taco Bell, Posey's excited mask flip, Romo's jumping ... so much happening in this GIF.


"Eff this ... "


Angel (celebrating) in the outfield.


The knee-slide almost looks rehearsed. But I suppose we can give him the benefit of the doubt -- he had just driven in the World Series-winning run after all.


Most Valuable Panda, indeed. ("Weeeeeeee!")


Brian Wilson may not have contributed on the field this year, but that bearded, schtick-y weirdo was determined to douse everyone in the locker room with champagne, that's for sure.

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