Two years ago today, Joe Serrano was getting set for his senior season with the Salpointe Catholic baseball team.
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San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey, batting, was the only player from this year in the lineup for the Game 5 clincher in 2010 at Texas.
SAN FRANCISCO - The Giants' championship formula is a familiar one, just with new faces all over the diamond two years later: stellar starting pitching backed by a shut-down bullpen, a late-season surge and a manager making all the right moves.
San Francisco closer Sergio Romo, who struck out the side in the 10th, celebrates with catcher Buster Posey.
The Giants' Ryan Theriot comes home with the decisive run past Tigers catcher Gerald Laird after Marco Scutaro's RBI single in the 10th inning.
DETROIT - Smart pitching. Clutch hitting. Sharp fielding. Plus an MVP Panda.
Ryan Vogelsong helped put the Giants on the cusp of a World Series title with 5 2/3 scoreless innings.
Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera is out at second base in the first half of a double play as San Francisco shortstop Brandon Crawford throws out Detroit's Prince Fielder at first base in the first inning.
DETROIT - Nothing is stopping them - not even the Triple Crown winner at the plate with the bases loaded.
A trainer looks at Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Doug Fister after he is hit in the head with a line-drive single by San Francisco's Gregor Blanco.
SAN FRANCISCO - Doug Fister took the Giants' best shot without even flinching.
San Francisco catcher Buster Posey tags out Detroit's Prince Fielder as he tries to score from first on a double in the second inning.
Giants starter Madison Bumgarner, reacting after inducing a double play in the seventh inning, gave up two hits and two walks while striking out eight in seven scoreless innings. Bumgarner was also the winning pitcher in Game 4 of the 2010 World Series.
SAN FRANCISCO - Long ball one night, a Giant dose of small ball the next.
San Francisco's Pablo Sandoval, affectionately known as the Kung Fu Panda by Giants fans, was the No. 1 star in Game 1 of the World Series.
San Francisco left fielder Gregor Blanco slides on the grass after snagging a sinking line drive off the bat of Detroit's Miguel Cabrera in the third inning. Blanco and the rest of the Giants put in another solid defensive effort behind winning pitcher Barry Zito.
SAN FRANCISCO - With three mighty swings, Pablo Sandoval put the San Francisco Giants ahead in this World Series and put himself in a class with Mr. October.
San Francisco pitcher Barry Zito has revived his career and is justifying a seven-year, $126 million contract he signed six years ago.
SAN FRANCISCO - Barry Zito is playing his part in this World Series, all right.