The 2010 World Series hasn't been over for an hour, and already we know plenty of details about the celebratory parade back in San Francisco. Which, of course, we should expect, given that city officials don't wait for these things to end before planning out how they want to arrange tens if not hundreds of thousands of people. Every city knows how and where it wants to pull off a championship parade. But only one city gets to do it. Pity the poor Texas officials and all of their blueprints.
The San Francisco Chronicle has the information.The parade is scheduled to begin at 11am Wednesday morning, and will start at Montgomery and Washington. From there it will head southbound along Montgomery until it hits Market Street. At Market, it will turn west until it hits Civic Center Plaza.
Following the parade, the team will be presented the key to the city by San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom on the steps of city hall. And as the Chronicle points out:
The parade will replicate the route taken by the team when they came to San Francisco from New York in 1958.
Here's a Google Maps image for your planning convenience: