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The crazy scene at AT&T Park resembled opening day. All-Star closer Brian Wilson and Rookie of the Year catcher Buster Posey needed a police escort to make their way through the concourse.
From the Grateful Dead singing the national anthem, to a female public address announcer and seagulls squawking after games. From the smell of fresh garlic fries wafting through the lower sections to the fog hovering just above the outfield, San Francisco's ballpark by the bay has its share of flavor not seen elsewhere during October baseball.
Bengie Molina gets a ring regardless of who wins this World Series.
A look at the best-of-seven World Series between the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants:
Their games often end way past bedtime for most of the nation. The biggest names linked to them _ Nolan Ryan, George W. Bush, Willie Mays and Barry Bonds _ won't be on the field.
San Francisco rallied for a 3-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Brooks Conrad's third error of the game to claim the lead in the NL division series Sunday.
Two of the newest Braves produced the key plays to keep Atlanta from the brink of playoff elimination.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched the San Francisco Giants back into the playoffs after a six-year absence, beating the San Diego Padres 3-0 Sunday to wrap up the NL West title.
The owner of the New York house made famous in the 1979 film "The Amityville Horror" is holding a moving sale.