Oct 21, 2012; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro (19) scores a run against the St. Louis Cardinals in the first inning during game six of the 2012 NLCS at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
SAN FRANCISCO - With the series against St. Louis back in San Francisco, Giants fans were determined to show what it means to have a home field advantage, and the team was feeling the love as the Giants gave the fans what they wanted.
With both teams feeling the pressure to deliver, Giants fans did their part to outshine the spirit of St. Louis.
"The party needs to come to San Francisco. I'm here for the party," Giants fan Natasha Burwell said.
Fans crowded the streets early on, while others packed the parking lots, tailgating and looking ahead.
"In our last series we were down, and we came back up, so we better be able to make it. We need game seven," Giants fan Crescenthia Thomas said.
"We got one more, but I think we'll be in their heads, and we're not turning back. We're not turning back from here," Giants fan Paulo Maldonado added.
As the Giants took an early lead in the game the fans inside as well as those in and around McCovey Cove began to feel the momentum building toward victory.
In the end fans got their wish as they come one step away from the World Series.