Edgar Renteria blasts to No. 1

Updated: November 8, 2010, 10:19 PM ET
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A plethora of San Francisco players take over the Cross-Sport Power Rankings this week after putting up some giant World Series performances. The biggest of them all? Veteran Edgar Renteria, whose three-run blast off Cliff Lee was enough to give the Giants their first Commissioner's Trophy since 1954.

Rounding out the top five is the freakishly clutch Tim Lincecum, earned-runs-banisher Matt Cain, rookie pitcher extraordinaire Madison Bumgarner and speedy Oregon sensation LaMichael James.

Are World Series performances more powerful than someone with ridiculous regular-season numbers? See anyone who was placed way too high, unjustly low or perhaps someone we flat-out missed? Don't be shy: Let us know in the comments below!

Our all-star ESPN panel: John Buccigross, Josh Elliott, Robert Flores, DJ Gallo, Jemele Hill, Dana Jacobson, Brian Kenny, Jeff MacGregor, Bram Weinstein and Trey Wingo.

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