Here are a few ways you can show your support for the SF Giants and I
1. If you are on Twitter, tweet a picture of yourself in SF Giants gear with the tag @SIScores.
2. If you are on Facebook, go to our Facebook page and reply to our Giants post with your photo in the comments section.
3. Or email your photo to Genesis editor Paul Totah at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name and class year. He'll post them to our website and publish them through social media.
The World Series isn't the only action you can watch. If want to come to the Bruce-Mahoney game on Saturday (at SI for the first time in 25 years), be aware that no tickets will be sold at the game. You must buy your tickets ahead of time. Here's more information on how to purchase your tickets.
If you can't attend the game and want to see/hear it on your computer, smart phone or tablet, here's how you can watch your St. Ignatius Wildcats in action!
Finally, if you're local, tune into KTVU Channel 2 at 8 a.m. Friday morning to see a Giants rally at SI with our students to start Channel 2's morning broadcast.
Go 'Cats and Let's Go Giants!
Eilise O'Connor '10, a basketball standout at the University of Missouri – Kansas City, is now at a dental school in Missouri, where she is a lone Giants fan in sea of Royals.
Joe Bertain '77 was part of the flag ceremony last week.
Noelle (Arroyo) McGahan '98 and her husband Patrick McGahan (Jesuit High '99) and their children, Ava '28, Lucia '30 and Jude '32.
John Azevedo '59
Juliana Sanguinetti '05 & Lauren Sanguinetti '07
Juliana with Tim Lincecum
Dan '79 and Suzie Etcheverry & their daughter Diane '94.
Glenn Hernandez '96, Claudale Corpus '96, and Gerard Reyes '96.
James Newton '98 from Adelaide, South Australia.
Stephen Pedroncini '78
Patrick Sullivan '61
Pat Sullivan also sent in this photo of Terry Strain '63 (2nd from left), who brought his glove to the game on October 25 and didn't catch a foul ball.
Karen Azevedo Carnahan, Mother of SI GRADS 2005&2007.
Brian O'Connor - Class of '88 with son's Aidan (left) and Sean (right) - hopefully Class of 2021 and 2022, respectively.