The Angels' starter Jarrod Washburn, center, is the focus of a meeting on the mound in the first inning against the San Francisco Giants in Game 5 of the World Series in San Francisco, Oct. 24, 2002. Washburn gave up three runs in the inning.
Bonds Cashing In
The Giants' Barry Bonds hits an RBI-double in the first inning against the Angels in game 5. The Giants would score three runs in the first and second innings to take an early 6-0 lead.
Foul in the Stands
The Angels' David Eckstein (22) ends up in the stands after diving for a foul ball off the bat of San Francisco Giants' Kenny Lofton during the second inning. Lofton would single and score later on in the inning.
The Giants' Benito Santiago hits a two-RBI single against the Anaheim Angels during the second inning. Kenny Lofton and Jeff Kent scored on the hit to give the Giants a 6-0 lead.
The Angels' Troy Glaus hits an RBI double to left field scoring teammate Tim Salmon off the Giants' pitcher Jason Schmidt during the fifth inning. The hit would cut the Giants lead to 6-3.
The Giants' pitcher Chad Zerbe tags out Anaheim Angels' Darin Erstad after Erstad hit a grounder in the sixth inning. The Angels missed an opportunity to cut away on the Giants and stranded a runner on third.
Two for Kent
The Giants' Jeff Kent gets congratulated by teammate Barry Bonds, right, after Kent hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning. Kent would go deep again in the 7th inning, and score four times in the game.
Snow's Quick Scoop
The Giants' J.T. Snow, left, drags 3-year-old Darren Baker, son of Giants' manager Dusty Baker, away from homeplate and the path of oncoming baserunner David Bell after scoring in the 7th inning. Angels catcher Bengie Molina and homeplate umpire Mike Reilly are at rear.
The Giants' Rich Aurilia, left, David Bell, and Jeff Kent celebrate after defeating the Anaheim Angels 16-4 in game 5 of the World Series. The series shifts back to Anaheim Saturday with the Giants needing one victory to seal its first world championship since 1954.