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World Champions Trophy Tour

Giants Trophy Tour

San Francisco Giants Announce Plans for Upcoming
San Francisco Giants World Championship Trophy Tour
presented by Bank of America

Tour begins on January 8th and concludes on Opening Day, April 5th

This will be the second public trophy tour held in the past three years and will feature both the 2012 and 2010 trophies. The focus of the San Francisco World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America is to share the trophies with Giants fans in Junior Giants communities throughout northern California.

"It was really important to us this time, given a second opportunity, to create a trophy tour which allowed us to connect with our fans as well as the more than 20,000 kids who participate in our Junior Giants baseball program," said Larry Baer, Giants president and chief operating officer.

The organization is working in partnership with their Junior Giants Leagues throughout northern California to create public viewing opportunities in the following cities throughout the months of January, February and March. Fans will have the chance to both have their photo taken with the trophies and support their local Junior Giants Baseball League.


There have been a large number of fans attending each of the trophy viewings. The Giants intend to accommodate as many fans as possible during the viewing time period Fans can take photos of the trophies with their personal cameras up to a designated area while waiting in line. Once fans have reached that designated area, only the professional photographers will be allowed to take a posed photo of you or your group.


Fans are advised to arrive early as the line will be cut off, if needed, to allow the trophies to leave at the designated end time. A Giants representative will assess and determine a cutoff point in line. A fan who arrives during the designated viewing time is NOT automatically guaranteed a photo with the trophies. Fans are accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.

  1. Tour Schedule
  2. Tour Map
  3. Frequently Asked Questions
  4. About the Trophy
Tour Schedule (Subject to Change)

Specific Locations and Times to be announced in January
For more information and regular tour updates visit:

Tour Schedule
City Location Date Time
San Francisco
World Baseball Classic
AT&T Park March 17-19  
Tracy City of Tracy City Hall
333 Civic Center Plaza
Tracy, CA 95376
March 20 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
San Mateo San Mateo City Hall
330 W. 20th Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
March 21 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
San Rafael Marin YMCA
1500 Los Gamos Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
March 22 4:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m.
Medford, OR U.S. Cellular Community Park
300 Lowry Lane
Medford, OR 97501
March 26 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are the stops on the World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America selected?
A. The Giants have partnered with the local Junior Giants leagues and local city officials in Junior Giants communities throughout Northern California, Southern Oregon and Western Nevada to create public viewings for Giants fans.

What are the dates and times of the World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America stops?
A. The Tour will occur throughout the months of January, February, and March leading up to Opening Day 2013. The dates and times have been determined with the Junior Giants leagues and local city officials with the goal to allow as many people as possible the opportunity to view the trophies. Most of the days and times are either during the week in the late afternoon or early evening or, in some cases, on the weekend. The updated schedule is posted on Exact times and locations will be added as details are confirmed.

How do the trophies travel from stop to stop?
A. The World Championship trophies will travel in a wrapped 2013 Toyota Sequoia Limited supplied courtesy of the local Toyota Dealers Association.

What happens on a World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America stop?
A. Giants fans are invited to come to a specified location, selected by the local Junior Giants league and/or local city officials, to view the trophies. The Trophies will be on display for two hours during each stop. The Giants and their partners will do their best to accommodate all fans, but the lines will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis in the manner necessary to keep the viewing and tour on schedule and to always ensure the safety of those in line.

Is there a cost to view the trophies?
A. There is no charge to attend the Trophy Tour viewing. There will be a suggested donation at each stop to benefit the local Junior Giants League. Fans do have the opportunity to have a professional photo taken with the trophies and can purchase those prints on-site and on-line.

Can fans use their own personal camera or photo device while viewing the trophies?
A. Fans will be accommodated at each viewing on a first-come, first-served basis. An official photographer will take one photo of each fan with the trophies, and the additional use of personal cameras will be determined by the representatives accompanying the trophies based on the turnout of fans. However, while waiting in line for the official photo with the trophies, fans can use their personal cameras up to a designated spot. The number-one priority of the Giants is to provide the opportunity for as many fans as possible to view the trophies during the scheduled time periods.

Can I touch the trophies?
A. The trophies will NOT BE ALLOWED to be touched by anyone, except the designated handler and security personnel who will accompany the trophies at all times.

Major League Baseball World Series Trophy Fact Sheet

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  • The initial World Series trophy was created by Major League Baseball in 1967. The St. Louis Cardinals, who defeated the Boston Red Sox in seven games in the World Series that year, were the first World Series Champions to receive the trophy.
  • Trophy's official name is "The Commissioner's Trophy." Each year, one full-sized trophy is crafted by Tiffany and awarded by the Commissioner of Baseball to the championship team.
  • The trophy is created at Tiffany's workshop in New Jersey.
  • Master artisans employ age-old techniques - spinning, silversmithing, chasing, hand engraving, and polishing - to create the trophy.
  • Design features thirty pennants representing the teams in the American and National Baseball Leagues. The pennants encircle a dome base, which is etched with latitude/longitude lines symbolizing the globe and adorned with twenty-four karat gold vermeil applied stitches representing those on a baseball. Engraved on the base are the words, "Presented by the Commissioner of Baseball" along with the commissioner's signature.
  • Sterling silver trophy weighs approximately 20 pounds and stands 24 inches high with a diameter of 11 inches.

Tiffany & Co. also creates the World Series MVP Trophy, presented to the Most Valuable Player of the World Series; the All-Star Home Run Derby Trophy, awarded by Major League Baseball to the winner of the Home Run Derby during All-Star Week; and the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award which is awarded at the Commissioner's discretion. Previous winners include Cal Ripken Jr., Tony Gwynn, Roger Clemens, Ichiro Suzuki and Rachel Robinson.

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