October 25 - Top 5 Moments in San Francisco Giants History

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

What is this all about?


Here's every October 25 game that mattered in San Francisco Giants history.

1989 World Series resumes on 10-27

2002 World Series Game 6 is tomorrow.

2010 World Series starts 10-27

2012 World Series Game 2 home vs. Tigers, we took the opener last night on Sandoval's 3 homers, one more game in San Francisco. We only get 5 hits - but the Tigers only get 2.  Madison Bumgarner and Doug Fister keep the game scoreless into the 7th; we scraped a run across on a Brandon Crawford double play in the the 7th, then got a second run on a Hunter Pence sac fly in the 8th. Bumgarner gave way to Santiago Casilla and Sergio Romo, who each threw perfect innings and we head to Detroit up 2 games to 0.

2014 World Series Game 4 home vs. Royals, down 2 games to 1, needing a win to avoid going down 3 games to 1 with only one home game remaining, it looked a little desperate when the Royals ripped Ryan Vogelsong for four in the third, a two run Omar Infante single being the big blow.  We got one back on a Buster Posey run scoring single off Jason Vargas in the bottom half to make it 4-2, and then got the rest back in the 5th, Joe Panik doubled and scored on a Hunter Pence single, Pence later scored on a Juan Perez sac fly.  Yusmeiro Petit held the Royals down for 3 innings since taking over from Vogelsong, so it's 4-4 with the bases loaded and 2 out in the bottom of the 6th. Pablo Sandoval at the plate against Brandon Finnegan - he lines the first pitch to center to score two, and Brandon Belt follows with a run scoring single of his own.  Look what happened here - it's 7-4 good guys and in the 7th we pick up another 4 runs off Tim Collins, Joe Panik's 2 run double the big blow. We win 11-4 to even the Series with another game still to play at home.

See you tomorrow.  Go Giants!

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