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Sat, 2002-10-26

The Giants appear destined to win their first World Series since 1954, when pitcher Russ Ortiz, tossing a 5 - 0 shutout, strikes out Garret Anderson to begin the seventh inning. The rally monkey then came for the Angels as they score three runs in the seventh and three morein the eighth to defeat the Giants in Game Six of the World Series. Staging the biggest comeback in Series history for a team facing elimination and beat the Giants, 6 - 5, forcing a Game Seven. The following night, the Angels win their first World Series title.

 

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2002 World Series, Anaheim Angels, Garret Anderson, Russ Ortiz, San Francisco Giants

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