A slow start to Game 2 of the World Series between the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants, with no score until the fifth inning. It looked as if the Rangers would score in the top of the fifth when Ian Kinsler smashed a ball straight down the middle. But that ball bounced on the top of the fence and actually bounced into the ballpark giving Kinsler a double and not a home-run.
But the Giants responded getting the first run on the board. After pitching a 91 mile-an-hour fastball off the plate, Edgar Renteria, was able to hit that pitch from CJ Wilson up into the stands for a home-run. Giants 1, Rangers 0.