Fans lit bonfires along Mission Street and around AT&T Park, and some revelers threw beer bottles at police just before midnight.
San Francisco leaders were forced on Monday to begin cleaning up parts of the city after vandals wreaked havoc after the Giants swept the Tigers in the World Series on Sunday night.
Crews from the city’s department of Public Works worked overnight through the morning, cleaning the streets of garbage and debris. San Francisco police told NBC Bay Area that 35 people were arrested on a variety of charges stemming from the vandalism that occurred stemming from the post-victory game.
The arrests stem from the bonfires set along along Mission Street and around AT&T Park, and the beer bottles thrown at police just before midnight. Some fans hopped on top of Muni buses and cars along Market Street; at least one car had been tipped on its side.
At least one fan was disappointed with that behavior.
“Why do they have to throw things at buildings?” asked Kristen Wells, a Giants fan who saw no point in destroying property when her favorite baseball team just won the World Series. Some said that the vandals weren’t fans at all, just hoodlums taking advantage of the situation.
The partying had been relatively peaceful after the 8:45 p.m. win 4-3 against the Detroit Tigers until just after 11 p.m.