Dory Ford, right, and her sons Michael, 13, left, and Brian, 9, show their support for both the San Francisco Giants and the Anaheim Angels as they try to catch balls during batting practice before Game 2 of the World Series.
Angels Strike First
The Angels' David Eckstein, 22, crosses the plate past Giants catcher Benito Santiago as he scores on a Darin Erstad double in the first inning.
Rally Monkey Comes Early
The Angels' Brad Fullmer hits a single to score Tim Salmon against Giants pitcher Russ Ortiz in the first inning.
Giants Fight Back
The Giants' Reggie Sanders connects for a 3-run home run off Angels starting pitcher Kevin Appier in the second inning.
Long-time Angels' rightfielder Tim Salmon runs toward first base after hitting a two-run homer against San Francisco Giants pitcher Russ Ortiz in the bottom half of the second inning.
The Giants' Reggie Sanders steals second safely as Angels second baseman Adam Kennedy flies over to make the catch in the top half of the fourth inning.
Giants Take the lead
Giants' J.T. Snow slides into homeplate as Angels catcher Bengie Molina waits for the throw in the top of the fifth inning. Snow scored on a single by Shawon Dunston.
The Angels' Tim Salmon is congratulated by David Eckstein, left, after Salmon hit a two-run home run to score Eckstein in the eighth inning. Salmon went 4-for-4 with three runs scored and four RBI.
San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds hits a solo home run in the ninth inning off Angels reliever Troy Percival. The Angels won the game 11-10 to tie the series at 1-1.