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San Francisco Bathed in Orange for World Series

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The city of San Francisco is bathed in orange, and it's not because Halloween is right around the corner.

    It's because the beloved San Francisco Giants - whose team colors are orange and black - are in the World Series, up one game over the Kansas City Royals with a stunning 7-1 victory during Game 1 on Tuesday night.

    As the city has done twice before when the Giants played and won the World Series, key buildings shone bright in orange, and hung flags that showed off Giants pride.

    Stop by the San Francisco International Airport, City Hall, Coit Tower, Davies Symphony Hall and the Ferry Building to see for yourself.

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