SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --The Giants are still alive after Joe Panik and Conor Gillaspie kept the dream going on Monday night.
Fans got out of the ballpark at a quarter to midnight. The five hour, four minute game went to 13 innings with the Giants refusing to quit.
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They lived up to their October nickname, "cockroaches," because you just can't kill them.
Fans kept their energy up even late into the night, waving those orange rally towels at a dizzying speed.
The home field advantage was strong for the Giants. It was intense but some fans say they're used to this kind of tension and torture.
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"We did 18 innings versus Nationals. Thirteen innings is nothing, Giants torture. That's how we roll - 9th, 10th, 12th inning, it doesn't matter. We're going to win every time," fan Fred Hunziker said.
Fans have to do it all over again on Tuesday night. The first pitch is a little earlier - 5:40 p.m.
Manager Bruce Bochy called it one of the best games he's ever been part of.
"The game had everything pitching timely hitting on both sides, just a fun game to be involved with I know it's easy to say because we came out on top it's hard to have a better game to watch than what we had tonight," said Bochy.
Tonight, Golden State Warriors Forward Draymond Green will throw out the first pitch and Hot Buttered Rum will sing the National Anthem.
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