2002 Anaheim Angels

2002 Anaheim Angels

2002 World Series

The Angels found themselves up against the wall in Game 6 against San Francisco.

With the Giants holding a 3-2 series advantage and a 5-0 lead with only eight outs to go, the situation looked bleak for the Angels, although no one told them.

Garret Anderson, said, “We started chipping away at the lead. From a player’s point of view, we didn’t understand what was going on other than trying to get back into the game.”

The Angels completed the comeback in the bottom of the eighth, starting with Darin Erstad’s home run against Tim Worrell to make it 5-4. Salmon and Anderson singled, and Baker summoned his closer, Robb Nen. Then the six-run comeback finished where it had begun, as Glaus doubled home pinch-runner Chone Figgins and Anderson to put the Angels on top for good.

They cruised to a 4-1 win in Game 7 the next evening.


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