The faces of the Giants’ Michael Morse (left) and Hunter Pence told the story of game six of the World Series, a 10-0 win for the Royals. But columnist Bruce Jenkins of the San Francisco Chronicle writes of what’s next for the Giants: “Game seven is the greatest spectacle in sports. It doesn’t come around that often. Feel honored to be taking part. … Longstanding Giants fans know game seven. They are intimately familiar with the implications and the history.”
The faces of the Giants’ Michael Morse (left) and Hunter Pence told the story of game six of the World Series, a 10-0 win for the Royals. But columnist Bruce Jenkins of the San Francisco Chronicle writes of what’s next for the Giants: “Game seven is the greatest spectacle in sports. It doesn’t come around that often. Feel honored to be taking part. … Longstanding Giants fans know game seven. They are intimately familiar with the implications and the history.” David J. Phillip The Associated Press
The faces of the Giants’ Michael Morse (left) and Hunter Pence told the story of game six of the World Series, a 10-0 win for the Royals. But columnist Bruce Jenkins of the San Francisco Chronicle writes of what’s next for the Giants: “Game seven is the greatest spectacle in sports. It doesn’t come around that often. Feel honored to be taking part. … Longstanding Giants fans know game seven. They are intimately familiar with the implications and the history.” David J. Phillip The Associated Press

View from San Francisco: It simply doesn’t get better than game seven

October 29, 2014 02:38 AM