San Francisco fans are delighted after the Giants won Game 7 of the World Series romp with the Kansas City Royals, 3-2, on Wednesday night; their third championship title in five years.  Down by one run, facing their last out, the Royals wouldn't give up, but standing in the way was the Giants' pitcher, Madison Bumgarner, who served up five perfect innings, striking out 14 Royals and earning the longest save in World Series history.  This is the first road win in Game 7 in 35 years.

But, save all of the excitement around the game, it's the presentation of keys to a new Colorado to Giants' pitcher, Madison Bumgarner, by Rick Wilde of Chevrolet that has social media buzzing.  #ChevyGuy is trending, with some suggesting Wilde channels the late Chris Farley.  But don't get excited for the SNL "down by the river" Farley; it's more like the Tommy Boy "I can get a good look at a T-Bone" Farley.