Steve Moreno, of Orange, Calif., walks toward the entrance to Edison Field with a rally monkey on his back before Game 1 of the World Series between the Anaheim Angels and San Francisco Giants in Anaheim, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 19, 2002.
Anaheim Angels manager Mike Scioscia, left, shakes hands with San Francisco Giants manager Dusty Baker before Game 1 of the World Series. Sciosia and Baker were teammates with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the early 1980's.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Jason Schmidt, left, and Anaheim Angels pitcher Jarrod Washburn were the opening starters in game one.
Greatest Player Ever
In his first World Series at-bat, the Giants' Barry Bonds hits a solo home run off Angels pitcher Jarrod Washburn in the first inning, to take an early 1-0 lead.
The Giants first baseman J.T. Snow can't get to Angels Garrett Anderson's single in the fourth inning. The six-time gold glover was a member of the Angels for 4 season before coming to the Giants in before the 1997 season.
The Giants' Barry Bonds hits a foul ball as Angels pitcher Jarrod Washburn watches at right in the fourth inning. Washburn would win this battle, Bonds struck out swinging.
The Giants' J.T. Snow, right, watches the flight of his home run against the Angels in the 6th inning of Game 1. Angels catcher Bengie Molina, center, and plate umpire Jerry Crawford look on.
Two for Troy
The Angels' Troy Glaus hits a solo home run as San Francisco Giants catcher Benito Santiago and shortstop Rich Aurilia watch in the sixth inning. It was Glaus' second home run of the game.
The Giants Barry Bonds, right, reliever Robb Nen, center, and J.T. Snow celebrate their 4-3 win over the Anaheim Angels in Game 1 of the World Series. Snow's two-run homer, along with a solo shot by Bonds, proved to be the game winner for the Giants. Catcher Benito Santiago is at rear.