October 28, 2010
Alas: Cruel, cruel fence.
Kinsler seemed certain he had given the Texas Rangers a 1-0 lead by hitting a home run to start the fifth inning of Game 2.
The Rangers stranded Kinsler at second base and Giants right-hander Matt Cain(notes) didn't let Texas off the mat. San Francisco broke open a close game in the eighth inning and beat the Rangers 9-0 to take a 2-0 lead in the Series.
"I was thinking that wall was designed perfectly for tonight," Wilson said.
Everything, seemingly, has been designed perfectly for the Giants so far. They are two victories from their first World Series championship since they moved to San Francisco in 1958.
[Photos: See more of Kinsler in action]
Cain still hasn't allowed an earned run in 21 1/3 postseason innings.
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