In the 21st century, when very few pitchers are allowed to start three games in nine days, it's rare we can accurately identify one "key player" in a postseason series.
If the Giants are going to win this World Series, Reggie Sanders has to do something.
Entering this World Series, of course, he had done nothing.
Well, almost nothing. In nine 2002 postseason games, Sanders batted 37 times, collected five hits (four singles, one double) and drew three walks. He scored one run ...
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