Get set to relive the Giants' Orange October on CSN

Get set to relive the Giants' Orange October on CSN
December 8, 2010, 2:39 am
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Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the home of "Authentic Bay Area Sports" delivers to San Francisco Giants fans a neatly wrapped package just in time for the holidays.

Giants Orange October: The Authentic Edition, an encore presentation of crucial games from the Giants' historic postseason, relives the team's magical playoff run, its thrilling and suspense-filled march to a joyful World Series victory, and the excitement and jubilation of the championship parade down Market Street.

As an added gift to fans, each game telecast will include the KNBR radio call from the best broadcasting team in baseball, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, Jon Miller and Dave Flemming.

Dec. 9 at 8 PM -- NLDS Game 1REWIND: Tim Lincecum strikes out 14 Braves
Setting a new postseason franchise record with 14 strikeouts, Tim Lincecum allowed just two hits as he went the distance and ushered the Giants to a 1-0 series lead over the Braves.
Dec. 11 at 7 PM -- NLCS Game 4REWIND: Juan Uribe hits walk-off sac fly
In an instant classic, Buster Posey's four hits stand out, but it was a ninth inning walk-off sacrifice fly by Juan Uribe that propelled the Giants to within one game of the World Series.

Dec. 15 at 7 PM -- NLCS Game 6REWIND: Juan Uribe hits go ahead HR in 8th, Giants win NL pennant
The Giants are back in the World Series, thanks to Juan Uribe's 8th-inning HR and an army of relievers. Mychael Urban reports that the 3-2 Game 6 defeat of the defending NL champion Phils was a triumph of spirit.

Dec. 17 at 7 PM -- World Series Game 1REWIND: Freddy Sanchez, Giants rip Cliff Lee
So much for Cliff Lee being invincible. As Mychael Urban reports, the Giants pounded the Texas ace, opening the World Series with a stunning flurry of offense, punctuated by Juan Uribe's three-run home run.

Dec. 23 at 7:30 PM -- World Series Game 4REWIND: Madison Bumgarner delivers with eight shutout innings
On the strength of 24 outs recorded by a 21-year-old rookie, the Giants on Sunday moved to within 27 outs of baseball heaven. Left-hander Madison Bumgarner simply dominated the high-octane hosts, leading San Francisco to a 4-0 victory that left them needing but one more triumph to end a championship drought that dates back to 1954.

Dec. 24 at 8 PM -- World Series Game 5REWIND: Giants win first World Series since 1954
The Giants stake their claim as the best in baseball with a second straight win over Rangers ace Cliff Lee, winning the World Series in convincing fashion with a 3-1 win in Game 5, thanks in large part to series MVP Edgar Renteria's three-run homer.