San Francisco Giants- real giants

That's the long and short of it from Igor Vovkovinskiy, 29, who at 7-feet,
 8.33-inches is recognized by Guinness World Records as the tallest man
 in the U.S., and George Bell, a 7-foot-8, former Harlem Globetrotter.

Neither Vovkovinskiy nor Bell have been following the Giants, and they
don't have a big interest in the World Series.

"To be honest, I haven't watched baseball in a few years," Vovkovinskiy
told HuffPost. "It's too slow. I prefer hockey, football or soccer."

Unlike Native Americans who say the Washington Redskins' team name
 is a racial slur, Bell is not offended by the Bay Area baseball club.

an Francisco's star catcher Buster Posey and the other Giants aren't getting
 much love from 7-foot-4 Dave Rasmussen, who hails from Milwaukee.

"I'm aligned with the Brewers and the Royals have six former Brewers
 so I'm rooting for them," he told HuffPost.

While real-life giants aren't rooting for San Francisco, some so-called
 nobility aren't supporting the Kansas City Royals either.

Count Jeffrey Grimshaw, a Vermonter who purchased his English title for
 around $400 back in 2003, says he stopped rooting for the Kansas City
 baseball club after the George Brett era in the 1980s.