The Giants' Reggie Sanders watches his sacrifice fly during the second inning of game 7 of the World Series in Anaheim, Calif. The Giants' Benito Santiago scored on the play to give the Giants an early 1-0 lead.
Tied at One
The Angels' Bengie Molina hits an RBI-double against Giants' pitcher Livan Hernandez during the bottom half of the second inning. Scott Spiezio scored to tie the game at one.
Angels Take the Lead
The Angels' Garret Anderson hits a bases-clearing double off Livan Hernandez in the third inning that proved to be the last runs of the game.
The Angels' center fielder Darin Erstad makes a diving catch on a ball hit by Giants' David Bell during the fifth inning.
Rookie Comes Through
The Angels' pitcher John Lackey became just the second rookie and first in 93 years (Babe Adams in 1909 for the Pirates) to start and win Game 7 of the World Series. Brendan Donnelly, Francisco Rodriguez and Troy Percival pitched 4 innings of shutout baseball to seal the win.
The Giants' Barry Bonds steps up to the plate against the Angels during the eighth inning. Bonds walked for a record 13 times and wound up 8-for-17 (.471) with four homers, a .700 on-base percentage and 1.294 slugging percentage.
Thrill of Victory
The Giants'Tom Goodwin, left, leaves the field as the Angels' Bengie Molina jumps into the arms of pitcher Troy Percival along with World series MVP Troy Glaus, right, after the Anaheim Angels beat the Giants 4-1.
Agony of Defeat
The Giants' Tom Goodwin sits alone in the dugout after making the final out in seventh game of the World Series.
The Angels' Tim Salmon, right, sprays the locker room with champagne after the Angels beat the Giants to win the World Series, the franchise's first championship in 42 years.