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26 November 2002 (USA) See more »
The San Francisco Giants, seeking its first World Series title since 1954, were pitted against the Anaheim Angels, in its first World Series, in a 7 game classic marked by moonshots, Rally Monkeys, and thrilling come-from-behind finishes. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
David Eckstein ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Troy Glaus ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Adam Kennedy ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Benji Gil ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Garret Anderson ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Darin Erstad ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Tim Salmon ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Troy Percival ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Jarrod Washburn ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Brad Fullmer ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Ramon Ortiz ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
John Lackey ... Himself - Anaheim Angels
Mike Scioscia ... Himself (Anaheim Angels Manager)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kevin Appier ... Himself
Rich Aurilia ... Himself
Darren Baker ... Himself
Dusty Baker ... Himself (San Francisco Giants Manager)
David Bell ... Himself
Bud Black ... Himself

Barry Bonds ... Himself (San Francisco Giants)

Mieke Buchan ... Herself
Brendan Donnelly ... Himself
Shawon Dunston ... Himself
Scott Eyre ... Himself
Pedro Feliz ... Himself
Chone Figgins ... Himself
Aaron Fultz ... Himself
Tom Goodwin ... Himself
Livan Hernandez ... Himself

Jeff Kent ... Himself
Kenny Lofton ... Himself
Ramón Martínez ... Himself
Bengie Molina ... Himself
José Molina ... Himself
Robb Nen ... Himself
Alex Ochoa ... Himself
Russ Ortiz ... Himself
Orlando Palmeiro ... Himself
Francisco Rodríguez ... Himself
Félix Rodríguez ... Himself
Kirk Rueter ... Himself
Reggie Sanders ... Himself
Benito Santiago ... Himself
Jason Schmidt ... Himself
Scott Schoeneweis ... Himself
Scot Shields ... Himself
Tsuyoshi Shinjo ... Himself
J.T. Snow ... Himself
Scott Spiezio ... Himself
Ben Weber ... Himself
Jay Witasick ... Himself
Shawn Wooten ... Himself
Tim Worrell ... Himself
Chad Zerbe ... Himself

Cinematography by
Savas Alatis 
Sound Department
Mark Adams .... field sound mixer

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60 min

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Years of frustration pays off for the '02 champs of baseball!!!, 2 May 2005
Author: JZ7389 from United States

For the Anaheim Angels or excuse me the L.A. Angels of Anaheim they were never known as the favorite ball club in so. cal., for years it was the Dodgers. Until the year 2002 after the 6-14 start the Angels came back believing they were a champion caliber ball club and they succeeded. Finishing the season with a franchise best record 99-63, winning the wild card and making the playoffs in 16 years. They came confident despite facing the always favorite NY Yankess losing game one and coming back to defeat NY 3-1. Next would come Minnesota for the ALDS where they won 4-1 including a historic game for Adam Kennedy who came in hitting 7 HR's in the regular season hitting three in game 4 to help the Angels win the AL pennant. Now off to the world series the first time in franchise history the Angels have made the final stage. It was a showdown between Bond's Giants and the Angels. Going 1-1 in the first homestand the Angels faced the giants in frisco to win 1 out of three to come home to Anaheim to face a elimination game. Losing five to one in game six came spiezio to spark the angels to rally by hitting his most historic home run in Angel history to bring the angels closer. 5-4 in the bottom of the eighth Erstad lead off the inning with a solo shot to start a rally by the single by salmon and the bloop single by Anderson gave Glaus his most nerve racking at bat facing Rob Nen, he didn't disappoint hitting a double to bring the angels back to win and have them go to game 7 and win there first championship in franchise history. Making the Angels dawn a new era in southern California

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