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DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 28: Angel Pagan #16 of the San Francisco Giants celebrates with his teammates and the Commissioner's Trophy in the locker room after defeating the Detroit Tigers to win Game Four of the Major League Baseball World Series at Comerica Park on October 28, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. The San Francisco Giants defeated the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in the tenth inning to win the World Series in 4 straight games. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
The San Francsico Giants World Series Trophy tour kicked off Tuesday in Sacramento.
The trophy will be at the Sacramento City Hall starting at 2:30 p.m. Later this week it will travel to locations farther north including Chico, Redding and Mt. Shasta.
The tour is coming to the Bay Area next week, with stops in Richmond on Jan. 14 and Vallejo on Jan. 16.
The tour will end in Tracy in March. There is a stop in Tuscon during spring training and New York City where the team got its start.
The tour includes both the 2012 and 2010 trophies.
The Junior Giants youth baseball program is one of the partners in the tour, and while the two-hour viewings are free to the public, a $2 donation to the Junior Giants is suggested, according to team officials.
A full list of tour dates and locations can be found on the team's website at www.sfgiants.com/trophy.
Fans will have the chance to both have their photo taken with the trophies and support their local Junior Giants Baseball League.
The trophy has already made some rounds to certain stake holders. The photo below shows the 2012 trophy making a visit to NBC Bay Area's holiday party. Season ticket holders have also had a chance at a photo.
The below dates are for the public tour.
Right now, the team is only announcing dates and cities, no exact locations or exact times.
Tuesday, Jan. 8 Sacramento
Wednesday, Jan. 9 Chico/Oroville
Thursday, Jan. 10 Los Molinos
Friday, Jan. 11 Redding
Saturday, Jan. 12 Mt. Shasta
Monday, Jan. 14 Richmond
Wednesday, Jan. 16 Vallejo
Saturday, Jan. 19 New York City
Friday, Jan. 25 Daly City & Redwood City
Monday, Jan. 28 Antioch
Monday, Feb. 4 Porterville
Tuesday, Feb. 5 Fresno
Wednesday, Feb. 6 Reedley & Sanger
Saturday, Feb. 9 San Francisco (Giants/KNBR 680 Fan Fest)
Tuesday, Feb. 12 Los Banos
Wednesday, Feb. 13 Lompoc
Thursday, Feb. 14 San Luis Obispo
Friday, Feb. 15 Paso Robles
Saturday, Feb. 16 Salinas, Gilroy & Morgan Hill
Tuesday, Feb. 19 Modesto
Wednesday, Feb. 20 Atwater
February 22-24 Scottsdale, Arizona (Scottsdale Stadium)
Wednesday, Feb. 27 Willits
Thursday, Feb. 28 Lake County
Saturday, Mar. 2 Livermore
Monday, Mar. 4 San Jose
Tuesday, Mar. 5 Live Oak/Santa Cruz
Wednesday, Mar. 6 Stockton
Thursday, Mar. 7 San Jose - Municipal Stadium
Wednesday, Mar. 13 East Palo Alto
March 17-19 San Francisco/World Baseball Classic (AT&T Park)
Wednesday, Mar. 20 Tracy
The tour is sponsored by Bank of America and Tiffanys.