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Former Journey front man Steve Perry is a San Francisco native and has become a fixture at the team's games this postseason, joining in as the team plays the band's hit song "Don't Stop Believing" over the PA system.

By Extra Mustard
October 29, 2014

Former Journey front man Steve Perry is a San Francisco native and has been faithfully attending the team's games this postseason, joining in as AT&T Park plays the band's hit song "Don't Stop Believin'" over the PA system.

Perry's dedication to the squad is so strong that he traveled to Kansas City for Game 6 of the World Series, hoping to see the Giants win a third World Series title in five seasons. Instead he got a 10-0 loss and was subject to some mocking signs from Royals fans.

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While Perry didn't look too happy with the signage, the parties all went their separate ways without further incident.

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