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Pablo Sandoval, right, with Ed Musgrave, left, and Donna Musgrave, right, of San Jose. Courtesy of the San Jose Giants
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Pablo Sandoval of the Giants after hitting a home run in the fifth inning Wednesday night.
By Lynn Zinser
Any day now, the Giants are sure to run out of their charmed good luck, the freaky bounces and bizarre twists of fate. That rainbow that has followed them through the playoffs cannot possibly last forever, can it? Can they really keep cobbling together miraculous story lines like Wednesday night’s combination of an overstuffed team mascot, two washed-up pitchers and a mischievous third-base bag?
Martin ReindersLynn Zinser, if you took the quotes out from the real sports writers, you would have exactly zero original thoughts in this article! Great job milking an article from someone else's work... Thankfully The Giants Magic held out for Four games!
Roy MusitelliI am especially appreciative to Kyle Cordia... a Cardinal fan with some class... as well as the others who supported my earlier sentiments. I've always pulled for the AL in the past since all the other NL teams usually beat us up during the season. But now I feel different. (However I still like the A's too ;))
I'm rather subdued in my celebrations... there was a little fist clinching when they made the final out. I tend to get a little annoyed with all the 'Johnny-come-latelys' who yell the loudest... but are nowhere to be seen when the team isn't playing so well. For that reason alone I enjoy watching games at home. Saying that however... I'm quite proud of my boys. The best players don't always win... but the best teams usually prevail. That pretty much sums up how the World Series unfolded.
For me it's emotional because none of my immediate family lived to see this day... as was the championship in 2010. But this one confirms that the first was no fluke
- Jim Sommer
- November 5, 1982
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