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The giants launched fireworks after the eight-year victory at 1:00 p.m., angry neighbors wake up


On Friday night, the San Francisco Giants defeated Colorado Rockies 3-2 in an 18 minute, 5 hour and 35 minute match that did not end until 1:00 p.m.

The giants started the fireworks of victory after all parties.

The few fans who stayed in Oracle Park enjoyed the show, but some of the residents of San Francisco who woke up by the fireworks were less excited.

"HAVE MUCH FLAG?" someone wrote on the Reddit page of San Francisco. "PROTECT DUCKUNGSLEEP AHAT LA F – IS THE SURROUNDING".

"The giants won a 18-game marathon game and, although they are worth two games, a fireworks show was still promised," wrote someone in response.

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The giants tweeted a video of fireworks shows entitled "Current time: 1:11 a.m." and several angry residents responded.

"I love the victory after 18 entries, but common sense and logic must prevail and decide not to shoot fireworks at 1 in the morning," wrote a Twitter user. "Really, very bad decision."

However, several people defended the decision of the team to shoot fireworks although it was at 1 pm.

"Imagine being alive in the city of SF and complaining about the noise on Friday night," someone wrote.

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"I hope they do it every night! F the technicians !!" he wrote to someone else.

The Giants announced that the 18-game match tied a record-breaking game in the history of the franchise, and the other was a 1-0 defeat to the Diamondbacks in 2001.

Eric Ting is a SFGATE writer. E-mail to [email protected] i follow it on Twitter

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