San Francisco Giants Wins World Series.
After a 56-year drought, the San Francisco Giants have defeated the Texas Rangers in five games and won the 2010 World Series.
In this fifth game of the series, the Giants defeated the Rangers by the score of 3-1. The Giants starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum, offered a solid performance as he only allowed three hits in eight innings while harvesting ten strikeouts.
Closing pitcher Brian Wilson finished the Rangers in the ninth inning with two strikeouts and sealed this 2010 season for good.
This improbable victory for the Giants came after the team qualified itself to the post-season dance at the very last game of the regular season!
Edgar Renteria was named the World Series MVP. Renteria has won the World Series with the Florida Marlins a decade earlier.
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants for this great accomplishment. The beautiful San Fran area now has another reason to celebrate.
(Picture: San Francisco Giants.)