San Francisco Giants fans didn't seem to notice the long lines or crowded walkways in and around AT&T Park on Monday, but were found cheering, waving signs, showing off memorabilia and wearing thier most outrageous Giants gear; anything to show support for their home team on opening day, Monday, April 10, 2017 in San Francisco, Calif.
Paul Kitagaki and Jose Luis VillegasThe Sacramento Bee
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