Wednesday, October 27, 2010

World Series 2010 - Game 1: Giants 11 vs Rangers 7

*WOW, all I can say is both teams came ready to play. Tonight, the San Francisco Giants hosted the first game of the World Series against the Texas Rangers, and although the Giants got off to a slow start, they still managed to come out on top with a score of 11 points.

The Rangers got off to an early lead scoring twice in the first two innings, but the Giants came back with two scores of their own in the third inning. Both teams remained scoreless in the fourth inning, but suddenly in the fifth inning with the help of ^Juan Uribe's three-run homerun^, the Giants bumped up their score to a commanding 8-2 lead by the end of the fifth inning.

The Rangers answered back with two scores of their own but then remained scorless in the seventh and eighth innings while San Francisco on the other hand scored yet another three runs in the eighth inning. Texas made a final attempt to score in the ninth scoring three runs of their own, but was not enough to continue and thus the Giants won with a final score of 11-7.

GIANTS lead the series 1 - 0.

Game 2 of the Series is tomorrow, and takes place again at AT&T Park (Giants HOME) at 7:57 PM EDT.

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