Cal Ripken, left, throws out the first pitch as, from left to right, Pete Rose, Hank Aaron, Mark McGwire and Kirk Gibson watch, before the start of game 4 of the World Series in San Francisco, Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002.
Halos Take Lead
Giants' catcher Benito Santiago attempts to tag Angels' Benji Gil at home in the second inning. Gil was safe on the sacrifice fly by David Eckstein to give the Halos a 1-0 lead.
Angels' Troy Glaus watches his two-run homer off Giants' pitcher Kirk Rueter during the third inning. Glaus' homer the extended the Angels lead to 3-0.
The Giants' Barry Bonds gives his bat and elbow pad to Darren Baker, son of Giants manager Dusty Baker, after being intentionally walked in the third inning. It was the 22nd intentional pass in the postseason for Bonds.
The Angels' third baseman Troy Glaus watches the ball that was bunted by San Francisco Giant Kenny Lofton in the fifth inning.
The Angels' Troy Glaus, right, reacts to homeplate umpire Mike Winters' fair call on a Kenny Lofton bunt down the third base line in the 5th inning. The bunt single set up a three-run Giants rally to tie the game.
Crack of the Bell
The Giants' David Bell hits an RBI single to score J.T. Snow for the go-ahead run in the eighth inning. Bell redeemed himself with the hit for his error in third game that lead to the Angels' rally.
Safe at Home
The Giants' J.T. Snow scores on David Bell's single to center in the 8th inning. At the plate for the Anaheim Angels is catcher Bengie Gil. The Giants would take a 4-3 lead.
Even at 2
The Giants' Benito Santiago, left, and closer Robb Nen celebrate the final out against the Anaheim Angels in Game 4 of the World Series. The Giants won the game 4-3 to even the series at 2-2.