Friday, October 29, 2010

High Scoring Giants Win Game 2 of World Series

San Francisco Giants Cody Ross is congratulated at the dugout after scoring against the Texas Rangers in the eighth inning of game two of the World Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco on October 28, 2010. The Giants obliterated the Rangers 9-0. UPI/Terry Schmitt
San Francisco Giants Cody Ross is congratulated at the dugout after scoring against the Texas Rangers in the eighth inning of game two of the World Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco on October 28, 2010. The Giants obliterated the Rangers 9-0. UPI/Terry Schmitt







The Giants are a team on a roll. Since the World Series started, they have rolled out two high scoring games and have snared a 2-0 lead in the World Series.

The combined run totals of the first two games have landed this Giants team into 7th place all-time on the highest run totals of the first two games in the World Series.

The Giants blanked the Rangers 9-0 in Game 2, the Rangers rusty performances is not what most people expected from them, the team was off a long time waiting to see who they would play in the World Series. The long off time may be the reason that we've seen a different Rangers team than we did in the ALCS.

New heroes are emerging from this World Series. Edgar Renteria is one of them. Freddie Sanchez is another. It's kind of refreshing to see some new names getting some of the glory, if the Phillies can't be in this of course.

The World Series picks back up on Saturday night at 6:30 PM Eastern from Texas for Game 3. Game 4 is scheduled for an 8pm start Eastern on Sunday. The World Series is of Fox on TV.

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