The Angels' Adam Kennedy, top, turns a double play over a sliding Giants' Barry Bonds in the fourth inning of Game 6 of the World Series. The game was scoreless until...
Smacks a Kiss
The Giants' Shawon Dunston, center right, kisses son Shawon Jr., after hitting a two-run home run off Angels pitcher Kevin Appier in the 5th inning. Angels catcher Bengie Molina, left, and homeplate umpire Tim McClelland look on.
Flying in the Dugout
The Angels pitcher Kevin Appier throws sunflower seeds in the dugout after being pulled after Dunston's home run. While Giants bat boys Darren Baker, left, and Jack Lopez slap hands in the dugout.
The Giants' Barry Bonds crushes a home run during the sixth inning off Angels reliever Francisco Rodriguez to give the Giants a commanding 4-0 lead. The Giants' clubhouse was ready for a victory celebration of speeches and champagne showers.
The Rally Monkey
The Angels Scott Spiezio launches a three run home run in the seventh inning off Giants pitcher Felix Rodriguez, to cut the Giants lead to 5-3.
Bobble Hands Bonds
Giants left fielder Barry Bonds bobbles a base hit by the Angels' Garret Anderson as the Angels' Chone Figgins, foreground, advances to third on the error in the 8th inning.
The Angels Troy Glaus hits a two run double to score the go ahead run in the eighth inning against the Giants, in perhaps the greatest World Series comeback ever by a team facing elimination.
Close the Door
The Angels pitcher Troy Percival (40) and catcher Bengie Molina slap hands as Troy Glaus looks on after the Angels beat the Giants 6-5 during game 6 of the World Series.
There is a Heaven
Anaheim Angels fans react after the Angels beat the Giants in the game 6 of the World Series. The Angels stunned the Giants with a 6-5 come from behind win to even the series at 3-3.