The wind was blowing fiercely and carried the ball several feet away from where Cardinals right-fielder Randal Grichuk expected to play the ball. $54.90 $74.90 Quick View 1955 1959 1963 1965 1981 1988 Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring. After Pat Neshek held the Giants in check in the 8th, Trevor Rosenthal was called upon to get the final three outs. Blanco scored on Buster Posey's sacrifice fly to even the game. Harper launched his second home run of the series in the 9th inning off Jean Machi to put the game further out of reach. Bumgarner set a postseason record for scoreless innings on the road, his streak standing at 26 2⁄3. Hunter Strickland was brought in, and surrendered a 2-run double to Salvador PÃ©rez and then a two-run home run to Omar Infante. Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis. The Giants did answer back in the bottom half of the inning, with Michael Morse delivering another pinch-hit RBI on a double, and after Guthrie was lifted, Buster Posey's RBI groundout. Record: St. Louis doubled its advantage in the 4th, when Randal Grichuk singled with the bases loaded. After being sent down in order in the 1st inning, the Giants offense awoke in the 2nd. However, Bumgarner displayed the same form he had in the Wild Card game, pitching 7 2⁄3 shutout innings giving up just 4 hits (all singles), walking only 1 and striking out 7. Height of bar is margin of victory • Mouseover bar for details • Click for box score • Grouped by Month, 103. , Wednesday, October 1, 2014 â 8:07 p.m. (EDT) at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, The Giants opened the series with Jake Peavy on the mound to counter Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg. 88-74, He wasn't able to do so in the 2nd. With the bases loaded, Gregor Blanco was walked on four pitches by Gonzalez to force in a run. Sep 19, SFG (84-69) lost to SDP, 0-5, 154. Are you a Stathead, too? Hosmer struck out and Butler popped up and the Giants were an out away.  Bara två år senare vann klubben â¦ Again, just as in Game 1 a collision play at the plate with Posey as the runner was reviewed, and again the out call was upheld. While winning the World Series calls for celebration, some San Francisco Giants fans took the victory too far, sparking wild riots that called for police action on Oct. 29, 2014. , Friday, October 24, 2014 â 8:07 p.m. (EDT) at AT&T Park in San Francisco, In an unpredictable Game 4, Ryan Vogelsong and Jason Vargas were the starting pitchers. Sep 14, SFG (82-67) lost to LAD, 2-4, 150. Jacob Shafer @ @jacobshafer. Haft. Pitchers are not included in the list. Haft. Chris, "Giants beat Nats for ninth straight postseason win" mlb.com, October 5, 2014. A scoreless tie was broken in the fourth inning in style, when Brandon Crawford launched a grand slam to right field. Pablo Sandoval then doubled down the right field line to knock in Blanco. The first signs of trouble for the Giants came in the bottom of the 6th when, after a leadoff double from former Giant Nate Schierholtz and a two-out walk to Jayson Werth, Peavy was taken out of the game. Both starting pitchers then found their rhythm, and no more runs were scored until the bottom half of the 8th, as both pitchers combined to retire 22 consecutive batters. Jeremy Guthrie was the starter for the Royals. Haft. Multi-year: Mike, "Madison Bumgarner named MVP of NLCS" cbssports.com, October 17, 2014. Vogelsong was taken out of the game, and the bullpen was again superb for the Giants as the Cardinals couldn't add to the four runs they had at that point. Lincecum again no-hits Padres", "Giants get Peavy, slot him in for Sunday", "Giants win protest over rain-shortened Cubs game", "Petit retires 46th straight to set MLB record", "Dodgers, Kershaw beat Giants to win NL West title", "Giants clinch NL Wild Card with Brewers loss", "Giants, MadBum slam Pirates in Wild Card". The go-ahead run scored when Panik hit a hard ground-ball to Adams who stepped on first-base for an out and then delivered a loopy throw to Peralta at second for an attempted double-play that pulled him off the base, and gave Crawford enough time to come home from third.