2010 World Series Game 4 – San Francisco Giants vs Texas Rangers Live on FOX
World Series Game 4 will still be at Texas this Sunday night October 31, 2010 8:20 PM ET at the Rangers Ballpark. Rangers Tommy Hunter to start in Game 4 and pitches against Giants Madison Bumgarner.
Situation before Game 4: Giants lead series 2-1
With the Giants leading 2-1 and the Rangers now back in the World Series picture, winning Game 3, 4-2, Texas have the chance now to tie the series at 2 games a piece as they will play Game 4 still in their home turf.
Texas struggled on the road in the first two games, allowing 20 runs and 22 hits. Colby Lewis helped slow down the Giants by allowing two runs over 7 2/3 innings in a 4-2 victory Saturday in the first World Series game in Arlington.
“I feel great,” manager Ron Washington said. “We wanted to get back home. We felt comfortable here. We knew we could finally put a good game together, and we did.”
“You know, the momentum, obviously we’re still down one game, but it’s shifted,” Hamilton said. “I mean, we’re at home, we’ve got the fans behind us. We’re right where we want to be.”
Rookie Mitch Moreland hit a three-run homer in the second inning to put Texas ahead for good.
So, will the Rangers tie the series at 2-2 or will the Giants score another win to extend their lead to 3-1? Let’s all wait and watch for the Giants vs Rangers World Series Game 4 this Sunday night.
You can watch World Series 2010 Game 4 live Giants vs Rangers on FOX. Giants vs Rangers Game 4 2010 World Series live stream online can also be seen on MLB and some video streaming sites such as justin.tv, ustream.tv and others.
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UPDATE: SF Giants blanked the Rangers at home in Game 4, 4-0. San Francisco now lead the series 3-1. Aubrey Huff hit a two-run HR in the 3rd.
For Game 5, go to World Series Game 5 Giants vs Rangers
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Madison Bumgarner pitched a three-hitter over eight innings, Aubrey Huff and Buster Posey homered and the San Francisco beat the Texas Rangers 4-0 on Sunday night to take a 3-1 World Series lead and move within one win of the Giants’ first title since 1954.
Bumgarner, San Francisco’s 21-year-old No. 4 starter, didn’t allow a runner past second base. Brian Wilson finished with a hitless ninth for the Giants’ second shutout of the Series.
Huff hit a two-run homer in the third off loser Tommy Hunter, Andres Torres added an RBI double in the seventh against Darren Oliver and Posey homered in the eighth off Darren O’Day.
In Game 5 on Monday night, opening-game winner Tim Lincecum pitches for the Giants against Game 1 loser Cliff Lee.