Found October 07, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
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What are the San Francisco Giants doing in the playoffs? Well, according to local rapper E-40, the "Giants are out here trying to win something". They even have their very own postseason song to prove it. Listen to what I mean by playing the video clip above.

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