"We have a big series here...and its a little different in the World Series."MORE: World Series Central Spotlight on the Enemy Giants video
The Giants and A's may be locked in a battle for land rights, but when San Francisco's head groundskeeper came calling, Oakland was more than happy to share some of their earth.
Bruce Bochy had options in setting his World Series rotation. His decisions might raise a few brows, but he has reasons for each starter selected.More: Zito to start Gm. 1 Spotlight on the Enemy Giants video
Hunter Pence names all his bats. Fryer, the one he used to knock in two runs in Monday's Game 7, embarked on a unique journey that just might have a happy ending.
The Giants havent announced a starting pitcher for Game 1 of the "Fall Classic" yet, but word around the team is that Barry Zito deserves the honor. More: Instant Replay Giants make history Postgame celebration
Will Clark hit .650 against the Cubs in the 1989 NLCS, delivering 13 hits over five games. Marco Scutaro hit .500 with 14 hits against St. Louis over seven games.
Not only did the Giants win the first Game 7 ever, but they clinched their first postseason series at home since the 2002 NLCS, against the Cardinals.
For the first time in franchise history the Giants won a Game 7, and are on to the World Series following a dominating 9-0 win over the Cardinals.
Barely 4 months after pitching the 1st perfect game in franchise history, Matt Cain can once again etch his name into the record books with a win in Game 7.
The Giants know the St. Louis Cardinals will not go down without a fight, but that doesn't make them any less confident heading into Game 7.More: Postgame video Ratto: Giants dispelling myths
Game 6 heroes Marco Scutaro and Ryan Vogelsong have gone through some major league ups and downs to get within a win of the World Series.More: Postgame video Ratto: Giants dispelling myths
Game 6 is an elimination game, and Bruce Bochy has everyone in the bullpen -- including Madison Bumgarner and Tim Lincecum and the Giants' skipper said he'd go to the right-hander first.
They were supposed to have a totally different speaker. In the hours before Game 5, Pence walked into the interview room and nominated Jeremy Affeldt to take over as the clubs Tony Robbins. But when it came time
With their season on the line, the Giants turned to Barry Zito. What did you expect? They haven't lost a game he has started since Aug. 2.Ratto: 'The little fastball that could' Instant Replay Postgame reaction
Barry Zito shut out the Cardinals over 7.2 innings, and the Giants avoided elimination with a 5-0 win. Game 6 is back in San Francisco on Sunday.