It seems like forever since the Royals were in a World Series. Or the Orioles. Or the A's. Or the Dodgers. Or . . . oh boy, it's going to be a fun finish to this season.
On a club that owed so many for winning the World Series, it wasn't easy to single out one MVP, but Pablo Sandoval deserved it.
Tim Lincecum has been a relief ace the likes of which baseball hasn't seen in decades but ought to bring back given his success.
Already up two games to none, the energized Giants have caught the rested Tigers flat-footed and figure to win it all in Detroit.
Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum earned trophies in years past, but their Game 1 work could help the Giants win World Series hardware now.
Giants or Tigers? Tough call, but you've gotta choose. We've got helpful hints if you're still waffling about which team to cheer in the World Series.
The secret to Tim Lincecum's lithe, 168-pound frame? Lots of burgers, fries and milkshakes, of course.
The Giants' long-awaited World Series title not only ends years of torment; it also pays tribute to the teams and players of San Francisco's past.
With a 3-1 lead, the San Francisco Giants are merely proving they're the better team, one ready to end years of torment.
The best scenario for this World Series is for it to go seven games, and for the Giants to come away the winners.
Rangers manager Ron Washington seems to be making all the wrong moves, while Giants manager Bruce Bochy is making all the right ones.
Forget the tortured past. The Giants' fans are going all out to exhibit their passion at AT&T Park.
Tim Lincecum has had tremendous success in his four seasons with the Giants. And his father has followed along with great interest.
Jim Caple takes a look back at Randy Johnson's career, from exploding birds to trendsetting hairstyles.
With all five teams in playoff contention and no hurricanes in sight, California is baseball heaven this fall.
From terrific games to magical moments, the 2003 playoffs were certainly an enjoyable time.