2014 World Series Game 7 vs Kansas City - The Catch
2014 Wild Card Game vs Pittsburgh - Crawford Grand Slam
2014 NLCS Game 5 vs St. Louis - Ishikawa's 3-run HR
2014 NLDS Game 4 vs Washington - Panik on the wild pitch
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2014 World Series Game 7
Giants vs Kansas City
3 - 2
29 October, 2014
In true San Francisco scrappy style, Michael Morse singled in the bottom of the 4th advancing Hunter Pence and scoring Pablo Sandoval for the go-ahead run. But it was Madison Bumgarner who was the real hero. Bumgarner capped a record breaking postseason coming in on only 2 days rest to relieve Jeremy Affeldt and eventually to set a post-season record of 52 2/3 innings pitched. Bumgarner had already won his two starts in the World Series, allowing only 1 run and 7 hits over those two games, and now he entered in the bottom of the fifth to carry San Francisco once more. Over the next 5 innings he allowed only 3 runs and saved the World Series for San Francisco, getting Salvador Perez to pop up a foul ball that Pablo Sandoval caught for the final out of 2014. Jeremy Affeldt got the win.
2014 Wild Card Game
Crawford Grand Slam
Giants vs Pittsburgh
8 - 0
1 October, 2014
San Francisco were the underdogs coming in to the game and had to go cross-country to play Pittsburgh. The game was scoreless starting the fourth then Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence both singled and Brandon Belt walked to load the bases. With no outs, Brandon Crawford stepped to the plate. On a count of 1-2 Belt swung hard and drove the ball 362 ft for a grand slam. San Francisco went on to win 8-0 and moved on to face Washington. Madison Bumgarner pitched a complete game allowing no runs and only four hits.
2014 NLCS Game 5
Ishikawa's 3-run HR
Giants vs St. Louis
6 - 3
16 October, 2014
Madison Bumgarner pitched a good game but going into the bottom of the 8th St. Louis were leading 3-2 and the Giants were an inning and a half away from elimination. A solo homer for Michael Morse off of Pat Neshek tied up the game, but San Francisco hadn't won yet. Santiago Casilla and Jeremy Affeldt kept the Cardinals scoreless in the 9th to give San Francisco a chance to win it without going to extra innings. Pablo Sandoval started the inning off with a single and Bruce Bochy put in Joaquin Arias to pinch run, assuming the Giants would need speed on the bases to win it. Hunter Pence flew out to right and then Brandon Belt walked to bring up Travis Ishikawa with one out. With a count of 2-0 Ishikawa connected and drove the ball 401 ft for a 3 run walk off home run to send San Francisco to face Washington in the World Series
2014 NLDS Game 4
Panik on the wild pitch
Giants vs Washington
3 - 2
7 October, 2014
Washington had tied the game at 2 in the top of the 7th, but San Francisco wanted to end the series that night. Gregor Blanco grounded out to start the inning but then both Joe Panik and Buster Posey singled. Aaron Barrett came in for the Nationals to relieve Matt Thornton but immediately walked Hunter Pence to load the bases. Pablo Sandoval now took the plate and Barrett had to be worried about a grand slam. With the count at 2-1 Barrett threw a wild pitch in the dirt that got past catcher Wilson Ramos letting Panik easily run home for the go ahead run and eventual game winner. Hunter Strickland, who came in to the game in the 7th and pitched 1 inning got the win and Santiago Casilla got the save.
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I hope they will add the David Logan touchdown run versus Detroit in 1981 or the Mike Washington interception versus New Orleans in our first win ever in 1977
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