Originally written on SF Lunatic Fringe  |  Last updated 11/18/14
You know what would be the most amazing gift you could give any Giants fan this holiday season? How about the 2012 World Series Film and the Complete 2012 World Series Box Set? The Lunatic Fringe is going to be giving away Three Sets of the World Series Film and Box Set!  You can win one to give away to your friends…or give to yourself.  We don’t judge. The Box Set contains all four World Series Games, plus Game 5 of the NLDS, Game 5 of the NLCS (#RallyZito), and Matt Cain’s Perfect Game on June 13th.  The World Series games will include every game in both the TV Audio, but also provide the dream of turning off Joe Buck and listening to our announcers on the radio!  (You can also listen to the Detroit announcers, if you like indulging in the pain of others…) The 2012 World Series Film is a documentary style capture of the San Francisco Giants’ amazing run to their second championship in three years.  The film catches all the highlights of the World Series, along with interviews with the players from both teams.  It also includes the complete NLCS Game 7, with both TV and radio broadcaster audio, as well as highlights from the Parade. You can choose whether you want Blu-Ray or DVD!  Give these away together, or split them up and give two great gifts! So, how do you win one of these?  Simple!  Head over to our Facebook Page, Twitter Feed, or Google Plus Page, and then post your favorite memory from this season!  We’ll then have a drawing from everyone who has posted, and pick out three winners!  It’s that easy!  You can enter once per Social Network (but only if you do a different memory on each)!  Entries must be received by December 10th, and is open only to U.S. Residents.  Also, we’ll retweet any memories posted on Twitter! Merry Christmas, Giants Fans!  

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