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Giants Win: Show Us Your Orange and Black Photos!

The San Francisco Giants advance to the National League Championship Series by winning three straight games in Cincinnati

It's an orange and black afternoon for San Francisco Giants fans.

The Giants defeated the Cincinnati Reds, 6-4, today to win the National League Division Series.

They became the first National League team to win a five-game division series after dropping the first two games. The Giants won all three games on the road, too.

The Giants scored six runs in the fifth inning today, four of them on catcher Buster Posey's grand slam. Reliever Sergio Romo got the final out in the bottom of the ninth inning to secure the victory.

The Giants erupted in celebration on the field. Their fans also celebrated in their homes, offices and at bars.

Send us your celebration photos. Or any photos showing you wearing your Giants colors.

Also discuss the post-season victory in the comments section.

James Nelson October 11, 2012 at 09:25 PM
I knew the Giants would win, I never doubted them for a moment. Anyone who has paid close attention to the Giants Play Style will know they have a Habit of coming back from the Brink and today they proved it yet again. Fans of Opposing Teams have said in the recent past that the Giants only got this Far because of Melky's Doping. That may or may not be true in the Regular Season, here in the Post it's definitely not the case as the Giants came together and each performed their Roles exceptionally. I will admit, today's game had me on the edge of my Seat at times especially between the Umpire Calling Questionable Pitches as Balls instead of Strikes and the Reds Multi Inning Tie Game Potential. Overall this was the Giants at their Absolute Best, and I'm glad I got to watch such a Beautiful Game unfold which resulted in History being made. P.S Posey's Grand Slam was Epic! BTW the Score is wrong in this Article!
David Mills October 11, 2012 at 09:28 PM
James: Thanks for the fix... the score has been updated. I was wincing so much during that last half-inning, I missed the Reds scoring another run
Tim October 12, 2012 at 07:37 AM
Never doubted them for a moment, eh? The fact that Cinci had the game tying run at the plate in innings 7, 8, and 9 didn't concern you at all? Wow, you must have a crystal ball.
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