Giants win Series over Rangers

The San Francisco  Giants wanted it more and played better to get it and last night in Arlington  once again showed the best hitting team in baseball what hitting and pitching is all about as they captured their first World Series title in 56 years with a 3-1 win over the Texas Rangers and a 4 game to 1 series romp.

While Tim Lincecum held the Rangers to 3 hits, the Gianst got just 7 but got the important ones, including a three-run jack by Edgar Renteria in the seventh to break open a scoreless pitching dual between Lincecum and Cliff Lee.

After that, Lincecum got the panicing Rangers swinging at both good and bad pitches for third strikes, until Nelson Cruz kept the fans hopefull with a seventh inning solo homer, but that was the last base-runner the Rangers would have. Brian Wilson closed for the save.