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Amazing stats from S.F.

Posted on: October 28, 2010 11:28 pm
Edited on: October 29, 2010 12:56 am
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Ron Washington
Some quick notes after a second stunning result in San Francisco:

* The Rangers became the first team to walk four consecutive batters in a World Series game.

* The Giants have scored 20 runs in the first two games. They scored a total of 19 in six NLCS games against the Phillies, and the Rangers gave up a total of 19 in six ALCS games against the Yankees.

* The Giants have scored six-plus runs in an inning twice in two games. They did that five times the entire regular season.

* All 20 of the Giants' runs have come with two outs.

* Edgar Renteria drove in three runs in Game 2, something he didn't do the entire regular season.

* After two World Series appearances, Mark Lowe's ERA is 67.50.

Best lines of the night on Twitter as the mess was unfolding:

@mikeoz: Henceforth, Derek Holland will be known as "Walker, Texas Ranger."

@Ledger_Yankees: Taco Bell originally wanted Ron Washington in its commercial, but he refused to bring Feliz in, even after the kid ate his 15th chalupa.

-- David Andriesen

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Since: Oct 30, 2010
Posted on: October 30, 2010 3:15 am
 

Amazing stats from S.F.

By my count, just 13 of the 20 runs the Giants have scored have come with 2 outs. Not sure where CBS Sports came up with all 20 coming on 2 outs. If you don't believe me, come watch the games recorded on my DVR. I'm planning to watch them again anyway. Over and over again.

Go Giants!! Two down. Two to go!!


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