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Pure Joy and Happiness

The San Francisco Giants continue to be a reborn and evolving franchise in so many ways. The sports world was duly informed that the 2010 team was a collection of rag-tag rejects and young players without post season experience; but that team stormed into the World Series and became World Champions. The character of this Giants team, and the very unique character of so many individual players, continues to amaze and impress beyond the familiar media stories that defined last year’s team.

The first preview of “The Franchise”, Showtime’s upcoming documentary of the 2011 Giants, from Spring Training to the last game of the season, is an incredible inside view of the most dynamic clubhouse in the game. Not one minute of “The Franchise” is to be missed; but there’s more.

When Cody Ross and Brian Wilson made a video with 16-year-old YouTube star Keenan Cahill, who has a rare genetic disorder known as Maroteaux Lamy Syndrome, the result was a moment of pure joy. The video highlights the “Social Media Fundraiser” game at AT&T Park on Wednesday May 25, 2011 against the Florida Marlins on behalf of a number of causes important to Cody Ross and Keenan Cahill. Keenan has become a superstar on You Tube, and his rendition of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite” with Ross and Wilson, supported wonderfully by Giants mascot Lou Seal, is simply joyous: 

Watch Keenan Cahill, Cody Ross, Brian Wilson, and Lou Seal get totally down…
 

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