San Francisco Giants Most Underrated World Series Moments
The San Francisco Giants have had many memorable moments in the last decade. Grant Brisbee of SB Nation put together a 64 moment bracket in 2015 to commemorate just how many great moments there were in 2010, 2012 and 2014.
While some of the San Francisco Giants postseason moments will live forever in our memories, other moments may have already been forgotten. It will not be hard to remember Brian Wilson striking out Ryan Howard or Nelson Cruz. Fans will not need video to remember Cody Ross or Travis Ishikawa hitting a big home run. You could probably picture the entire scene of Buster Posey blasting the Grand Slam off latos. I’m sure John Miller’s call plays along with it in your head. And no fan will ever forget Tim Lincecum in Game 1 of the 2010 NLDS, Pablo Sandoval in Game 1 of the 2012 World Series or Madison Bumgarner in Game 7 of the 2014 World Series.
All of those memories are forever embedded in the hearts and minds of all San Francisco Giants fans. However, there are plenty of moments that take a little bit of reflection to think about. The underrated moments, the catalyst moments to the really big moments are what we’re getting at. These are the top ten moments that are vastly underrated.