2014 World Series Game 7 - The Catch
2012 World Series Game 4 - Scutaro Drives In Theriot
2010 World Series Game 5 - Renteria's 3-Run HR
2007 Regular Season - Barry Bonds Breaks HR Record
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2014 World Series Game 7
San Francisco vs. Kansas City
3 - 2
October 29, 2014
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
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.
2012 World Series Game 4
Scutaro Drives in Theriot
San Francisco vs. Detroit
4 - 3
October 28, 2012
Comerica Park, Detroit, MI
It was a 3-3 tie after 9 innings. In the top of the 10th Ryan Theriot led off and hit a fly ball into right field the dropped for a single. Brandon Crawford sacrifice bunted to advance Theriot to second. Angel Pagan struck out. Marco Scutaro stepped up, the last hope for a run in the 10th inning, 1 for 3 for the night with a single a walk and a run but only .200 for the series. Pablo Sandoval was on deck, but Scutaro had to at least reach base in order for Panda to come to the plate. With the count at 3 and 1, Scutaro hit a line drive single into center to bring Theriot home. Sergio Romo took three up three down and struck out Miguel Cabrera looking to get the save, complete San Francisco's sweep of Detroit and secure San Francisco their second World Series in 2 years.
2010 World Series Game 5
Renteria's 3-run HR
San Francisco vs. Texas
3 - 1
November 1, 2010
AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA
No one had scored in the first six innings of Game 5. Cody Ross hit a ground ball up the middle for a single then Juan Uribe hit a line drive for another single. Two on no outs. Aubrey Huff sacrifice bunted to advance the runners, but then Pat Burrell struck out on a full count and there were 2 outs. It looked like Lee might escape the inning, stranding two runners in scoring position. Then Renteria stepped up to hit. He took two balls and it looked like Cliff Lee might consider walking the bases loaded to get to a weaker hitter, but then Lee sent a 86 mph slider down the center that Renteria took to left field for a three-run home run. Lincecum held the lead to get the win and Wilson got the save and San Francisco got their first World Series championship in San Francisco and first since 1954.
2007 Regular Season
Barry Bonds Breaks HR Record
San Francisco vs. Washington
6 - 8
August 7, 2007
AT&T Park, San Francisco, California
Barry Bonds homered on an 84 mph pitch from Mike Bacsik, sending the ball 435 feet into the right-center field seats for his 756th home run - breaking the all time home run record set by Hank Aaron on July 20, 1976.