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SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS 2002 SCHEDULE
2002 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

  

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2002 World Series:
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  • Sa 10-19 @ Anaheim w 4-3 (1-0)
  • Su 10-20 @ Anaheim l 10-11 (1-1)
  • Tu 10-22 Anaheim l 4-10 (1-2)
  • We 10-23 Anaheim w 4-3 (2-2)
  • Th 10-24 Anaheim w 16-4 (3-2)
  • Sa 10-26 @ Anaheim l 5-6 (3-3)
  • Su 10-27 @ Anaheim l 1-4 (3-4)
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National League Championship Series:

  • We 10-09 @ St Louis w 9-6 (1-0)
  • Th 10-10 @ St Louis w 4-1 (2-0)
  • Sa 10-12 St Louis l 4-5 (2-1)
  • Su 10-13 St Louis w 4-2 (3-1)
  • Mo 10-14 St Louis w 2-1 (4-1)

National League Division Series:

  • We 10-2 @ Atlanta w 8-5 (1-0)
  • Th 10-3 @ Atlanta l 3-7 (1-1)
  • Sa 10-5 Atlanta l 2-10 (1-2)
  • Su 10-6 Atlanta w 8-3 (2-2)
  • Mo 10-7 @ Atlanta l 3-1 (3-2)

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Recent Notes:
  • 2002 World Series: The Wild-Card World Series is over: Game 7, Sunday in Anaheim... SF started the scoring in the 2nd with a Sac Fly, but that's all SF would get in the last game of the season. Anaheim tied it in the bottom of the inning, and in the third, Garrett Anderson hit a 3-run double and Anaheim went up 4-1. Livan Hernandez was done. The pitching stabilized after that, but SF could't really mount a rally, and fall short in Game 7 and in the Series. It was great year, what can I say.

    Game 6, Saturday in Anaheim... Anaheim forced a game seven as SF absorbs a 6-5 loss. Dunston started the scoring with a 2-run HR in the 5th, then Lofton got a double, stole third and scored on a WP. In the 6th, Bonds led off with a first-pitch home run, in the 7th on a Jeff Kent hit. But the Angels came back. They got a 3-run HR from Spiezio in the 7th, and Erstad added a solo-shot in the eighth and two more came across for a 6-5 lead and that was enough to require one last game...

    Game 5, Thursday night in SF... the scoring got started in the first with a Bonds RBI double. Benny brought Kent home with a sac-fly. Then, a bases-loaded walk to Bell, walk #4 of the inning. 3-0. Everyone bats in the first. In the second, more of the same. 3 more runs. 6-zip. Angels get a few back, and its 6-4 going into the bottom of the sixth. There, Jeff Kent had the first of his 2-run homers on the night. In the seventh, Lofton scored 2 on a triple, and Kent hit his second 2-run HR. In the eighth, four more for SF, 1 on a Shinjo hit, and a three-run HR by Aurilia to seal the victory, 16-4, and put SF one win from a title.

    Game 4, Wednesday in SF... in the first inning, SF got zilch after loading the bases. Anaheim got a run in the 2nd and a 2-run HR in the third to go up 3-0. In the bottom of the 3rd, with one out, the bases were loaded again, with the same three as in the first: Lofton, Aurilia, and Bonds, and again, Santiago hits into the DP. Damn. In the fifth, two bunts by Rueter and Lofton, then Aurilia singles Kirk in. The Giants push 2 more across and tied up the game 3-3. Tied into the eighth, when Bell singled in Snow for SF's first lead of the game, 4-3. Nen retires the Angels in the ninth, and the series is tied at two games apiece.

    Game 3, Tuesday in San Francisco was rough on Livan Hernandez. He threw 92 pitches in 3 2/3 innings, in falling behind Anaheim 6-1. By the end of 3.5 innings, it was 8-1 bad guys. In the fifth, Rich Aurilia hit a solo-HR sparking a mini-rally, as then Kent got on and Bonds hit one deep to center, pulling the Giants to within 4 at 8-4. Anaheim picked up a few more in the late innings to beat San Francisco 10-4 and Anaheim takes a 2 games to 1 lead in the Series...

    Game 2, Sunday in Ahaheim was tough on pitchers. Anaheim got 5 in the 1st inning, then SF got 4 back, 3 from a Sanders homerun, which was followed by a David Bell HR. Anahiem earned back two of those, making it 7-4. In the top of the third, Jeff Kent smashed a home run and in the 5th, SF pushed across 4 more runs, making it 9-7. Anaheim tied it in the sixth, and in the eighth, Tim Salmon went yard, giving Anaheim a 2-run lead. Top of inning nine, and with 2-out, Bonds just crushed a solo shot to bring the Giants to within one, but then Benito popped out, and Anaheim wins 11-10, evening the series.

    Game 1 in Ahaheim saw the first 3 hits be solo home runs. All came in the second inning, Bonds and Sanders for SF and Glaus for the Angels, making the score 2-1 for SF. In the fourth, SF loaded the bases, but came up empty. In the sixth, JT Snow hit a home run and drove in Sanders. SF led 4-1 and chased Washburn. Bottom Six, Glaus hit a solo shot, his 2nd of the game, and another run came across a few batters later, making it 4-3 SF, and Schmidt was done. Rodriguez, Worrell, and Nen then finished off the Angels. SF Leads 1 game to none...
     

  • NLCS: Game 5 in SF: SF, wanting to win the series at home and avoid travel to St Louis, had one hell of a time getting by the Cardinals in Game 5. SF tied the game at 1 run each in the 8th on a Barry Bonds sacrifice fly, after SF loaded the bases. Matt Morris for St Louis pitched a great game, going 8 2/3, being pulled after giving up 2 singles with 2 outs in the 9th, putting runners on first and second. Reliever Steve Kline's first pitch to Kenny Lofton was stroked into right field, and David Bell slid across home plate to put the Giants into the 2002 World Series...

    Game 4, Sunday in SF: SF inched closer to their first World Series since the earthquake-stricken Bay Bridge series against Oakland in 1989 as Benito Santiago belted a 2-run homer following a managerial decision to walk Barry Bonds, and gave SF a 4-3 win. St Louis opened the first with two runs, and SF didn't answer until the sixth, when JT Snow doubled in Kent and Bonds. Then Santiago's shot to left field in the bottom of the eighth put SF up for good. Robb Nen allowed the Cardinals a run in the ninth before striking out Pujols and Drew to end the game, earning his 5th postseason save.

    Game 3, Saturday in SF. In losing the third game of the series to St Louis, 5-4, the Giants had plenty of chances. Early on, SF could only get one run across, while St Louis got some breaks and a couple of solo homers and went up 4-1. Then, in the bottom of the fifth, Barry Bonds. A 3-run HR into the bay by the master tied the game. But the Cards got a solo-HR in the next inning and held off SF, even though the Giants more opportunities to score. SF had 11 LOB for the game.

    Game 2, Thursday in St Louis. SF wins 4-1 to take a 2 games to none series lead over the Cardinals. Heroes for SF include Rich Aurilia, who hit two home runs - a solo shot in the first inning, and a 2-run dinger in the fifth - and pitcher Jason Schmidt, who threw 119 pitches in 7 2/3 innings, striking out 8, allowing 1 walk, 4 hits, and 1 run, a home run to Cards ph Eduardo Perez, which ended Schmidts night. Eyre pitched to one batter, and then Nen earned the four-out save...

    Game 1 opened Wednesday night in St Louis. SF got a run in the first, then 4 more in the 2nd on six consecutive hits (including a Bonds 2-out 2-run triple). Kenny Lofton, David Bell and Benito Santiago all hit key Home Runs to answer the Cards, who chipped away at SF's lead. But in the end, it was Nen closing out a 9-6 Giants win...
     

  • NL Division Series: Game 5, Monday in Atlanta: The decisive game in the series, and it's SF, Hummmmmm BABY!!! Bonds scores on a Sanders single in the first, and Bonds hit a HR in the fourth to put the Giants up 2-0. In the sixth, Atlanta got a run, after chasing Ortiz, but that was all they would score. SF added an important run in the 7th, when Lofton Sac'd home Snow, for a 3-1 lead and the final score. Quite a knucklebiter, but Ortiz and his bullpen pull through, and SF wins the series and moves on to play St Louis...

    Game 4, Sunday in SF: The Giants saw Tom Glavine again, and took him to the cleaners. He lasted less than 3 innings, giving up 7 runs, including a 3-run blast by Aurilia, which ended Glavine's night. The 'good' Livan Hernandez showed up for SF, and no-hit the Braves through 4 innings, and pitched a great 8 1/3 innings. SF forces a decisive Game 5 Monday in Atlanta, winning 8-3...

    Game 3, Saturday in SF: SF picked up an early run, but Atlanta tied it. Schmidt pitched well for SF, until the sixth, when he walked the bases loaded. Aybar releived, but gave up 2 hits and 5 runs scored. Bonds hit a solo HR in the sixth, to make it 6-2, but the Braves tacked a few more on in the ninth for a 10-2 win. Atlanta now leads the series, 2 games to 1...

    Game 2 Thursday night, in Atlanta, the Braves chased Kirk Rueter in 3+ innings with 7 runs. SF picked up runs on solo homers by Snow (2nd), Aurilia (6th) and Bonds (9th), but otherwise had trouble producing offense. The series is tied at 1 game apiece as the Braves win, 7-3...

    Game 1: Wednesday afternoon in Atlanta, SF had two big innings early, getting 4 hits back-to-back in each the 2nd and the 4th, picking up 3 runs in each inning. After stretching out to an 8-2 lead, Atlanta made a charge, but SF held off the late-inning Braves charge for a game 1 win, 8-5... Rueter V Millwood on Thursday night...
     

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schedule jump: [ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]

April
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record
Tuesday April 2 @LOS ANGELES W 9-2 1-0   t-1st
Wednesday April 3 @LOS ANGELES W 12-0 2-0   1st
Thursday April 4 @LOS ANGELES W 3-0 3-0   1st
Friday April 5 SAN DIEGO W 3-1 (10 inn.) 4-0   1st
Saturday April 6 SAN DIEGO W 4-1 5-0   1st
Sunday April 7 SAN DIEGO W 10-1 6-0   1st
Monday April 8 OFF DAY    
Tuesday April 9 LOS ANGELES L 0-3 6-1   1st
Wednesday April 10 LOS ANGELES W 2-1 7-1   1st
Thursday April 11 LOS ANGELES L 3-4 7-2   1st
Friday April 12 MILWAUKEE W 5-1 8-2   1st
Saturday April 13 MILWAUKEE W 3-2 9-2   1st
Sunday April 14 MILWAUKEE L 3-4 9-3   1st
Monday April 15 @SAN DIEGO L 3-4 9-4   1st
Tuesday April 16 @SAN DIEGO W 5-1 10-4   1st
Wednesday April 17 @SAN DIEGO L 3-5 10-5   1st
Thursday April 18 off day    
Friday April 19 @HOUSTON W 3-2 11-5   1st
Saturday April 20 @HOUSTON W 13-9 12-5   1st
Sunday April 21 @HOUSTON L 0-4 12-6   1st
Monday April 22 OFF DAY    
Tuesday April 23 @CHICAGO W 12-4 13-6   1st
Wednesday April 24 @CHICAGO L 4-10 13-7   1st
Thursday April 25 @CHICAGO L 1-2 13-8   2nd -.5
Friday April 26 @CINCINNATI L 3-4 13-9   3rd -1.5
Saturday April 27 @CINCINNATI L 4-8 13-10   3rd -1.5
Sunday April 28 @CINCINNATI W 5-4 14-10   2nd -.5
Monday April 29 PHILADELPHIA W 8-5 15-10   3rd -1.5
Tuesday April 30 PHILADELPHIA L 2-8 15-11   3rd -1.5
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
May
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record
Wednesday May 1 PHILADELPHIA W 2-1 16-11   t-1st
Thursday May 2 off day    
Friday May 3 CINCINNATI W 6-1 17-11   2nd -.5
Saturday May 4 CINCINNATI W 3-0 18-11   2nd -.5
Sunday May 5 CINCINNATI W 6-5 (10 inn.) 19-11   2nd -.5
Monday May 6 off day    
Tuesday May 7 @NEW YORK W 5-1 20-11   1st
Wednesday May 8 @NEW YORK W 8-2 21-11   1st
Thursday May 9 @NEW YORK W 4-3 22-11   1st
Friday May 10 @MONTREAL L 3-6 22-12   1st
Saturday May 11 @MONTREAL W 3-2 23-12   1st
Sunday May 12 @MONTREAL L 2-4 23-13   1st
Monday May 13 ATLANTA W 7-6 (11 inn.) 24-13   1st
Tuesday May 14 ATLANTA W 2-0 25-13   1st
Wednesday May 15 ATLANTA L 1-6 25-14   1st
Thursday May 16 ATLANTA L 4-5 25-15   2nd -.5
Friday May 17 FLORIDA W 9-3 26-15   2nd -.5
Saturday May 18 FLORIDA W 10-5 27-15   2nd -.5
Sunday May 19 FLORIDA L 2-4 27-16   2nd -.5
Monday May 20 off day    
Tuesday May 21 @ARIZONA L 4-9 27-17   2nd -1.5
Wednesday May 22 @ARIZONA W 12-5 28-17   2nd -.5
Thursday May 23 OFF DAY    
Friday May 24 @COLORADO L 5-8 28-18   2nd -1.5
Saturday May 25 @COLORADO L 3-6 28-19   2nd -1.5
Sunday May 26 @COLORADO L 10-6 28-20   2nd -2.5
Monday May 27 ARIZONA W 7-3 29-20   2nd -1.5
Tuesday May 28 ARIZONA W 1-0 30-20   2nd -.5
Wednesday May 29 ARIZONA L 3-7 30-21   t-2nd -1.5
Thursday May 30 ARIZONA L 0-1 30-22   3rd -2.5
Friday May 31 COLORADO L 2-6 30-23   3rd -3.5
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
June
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record
Saturday June 1 COLORADO L 4-5 30-24   3rd -3.5
Sunday June 2 COLORADO W 9-2 31-24   3rd -2.5
Monday June 3 @SAN DIEGO W 11-3 32-24   3rd -2.5
Tuesday June 4 @SAN DIEGO W 3-1 33-24   3rd -1.5
Wednesday June 5 @SAN DIEGO W 12-2 34-24   3rd -1.5
Thursday June 6 off day    
Friday June 7 @YANKEES L 1-2 34-25   3rd -2.5
Saturday June 8 @YANKEES W 4-3 35-25   3rd -2.5
Sunday June 9 @YANKEES L 2-4 35-26   3rd -3.5
Monday June 10 @TORONTO L 5-6 35-27   3rd -3.5
Tuesday June 11 @TORONTO W 9-2 36-27   3rd -2.5
Wednesday June 12 @TORONTO W 6-3 37-27   3rd -2.5
Thursday June 13 OFF DAY    
Friday June 14 OAKLAND L 2-3 37-28   3rd -2.5
Saturday June 15 OAKLAND W 6-2 38-28   3rd -2.5
Sunday June 16 OAKLAND L 1-2 38-29   3rd -3.5
Monday June 17 OFF DAY    
Tuesday June 18 TAMPA BAY L 3-8 38-30   3rd -4.5
Wednesday June 19 TAMPA BAY W 8-0 39-30   3rd -3.5
Thursday June 20 TAMPA BAY W 10-2 40-30   3rd -3.5
Friday June 21 BALTIMORE W 4-3 41-30   3rd -3.5
Saturday June 22 BALTIMORE L 2-4 41-31   3rd -3.5
Sunday June 23 BALTIMORE L 1-3 41-32   3rd -4.5
Monday June 24 @SAN DIEGO W 7-6 42-32   3rd -3.5
Tuesday June 25 @SAN DIEGO L 7-10 42-33   3rd -4.5
Wednesday June 26 SAN DIEGO W 6-5 43-33   3rd -4.5
Thursday June 27 SAN DIEGO W 11-6 44-33   3rd -4.5
Friday June 28 @OAKLAND L 6-10 44-34   3rd -5.5
Saturday June 29 @OAKLAND W 5-3 45-34   3rd -4.5
Sunday June 30 @OAKLAND L 0-7 45-35   3rd -4.5
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
July
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record
Monday July 1 @COLORADO W 8-6 46-35   3rd -4.5
Tuesday July 2 @COLORADO W 18-5 47-35   3rd -4.5
Wednesday July 3 @COLORADO L 4-14 47-36   3rd -4.5
Thursday July 4 @ARIZONA L 3-6 47-37   3rd -4.5
Friday July 5 @ARIZONA L 0-2 47-38   3rd -5.5
Saturday July 6 @ARIZONA W 3-2 48-38   3rd -5.5
Sunday July 7 @ARIZONA W 5-2 49-38   3rd -4.5
Monday July 8 break    
Tuesday July 9 ALL-STAR GAME    
Wednesday July 10 break    
Thursday July 11 COLORADO W 3-2 50-38   3rd -3.5
Friday July 12 COLORADO W 9-0 51-38   3rd -2.5
Saturday July 13 COLORADO W 6-1 52-38   3rd -2
Sunday July 14 COLORADO L 3-5 52-39   3rd -2.5
Monday July 15 ARIZONA W 6-3 53-39   3rd -1.5
Tuesday July 16 ARIZONA L 3-5 53-40   3rd -2
Wednesday July 17 @ST LOUIS W 5-4 54-40   3rd -2
Thursday July 18 @ST LOUIS L 1-5 54-41   3rd -2
Friday July 19 @LOS ANGELES W 3-2 (12 inn.) 55-41   2nd -1
Saturday July 20 @LOS ANGELES L 2-4 55-42   3rd -2
Sunday July 21 @LOS ANGELES W 6-4 56-42   2nd -1
Monday July 22 ST LOUIS L 3-5 56-43   2nd -2
Tuesday July 23 ST LOUIS L 0-4 56-44   3rd -3
Wednesday July 24 ST LOUIS W 6-4 57-44   2nd -3
Thursday July 25 ST LOUIS L 3-4 57-45   t-2nd -4
Friday July 26 LOS ANGELES L 12-6 57-46   3rd -5
Saturday July 27 LOS ANGELES L 1-5 57-47   3rd -6
Sunday July 28 LOS ANGELES W 3-1 58-47   3rd -6
Monday July 29 OFF DAY    
Tuesday July 30 @PHILADELPHIA W 10-3 59-47   t-2nd -5
Wednesday July 31 @PHILADELPHIA L 6-8 59-48   3rd -6
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
August
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record [wildcard]
Thursday August 1 @PHILADELPHIA L 1-2 59-49   3rd -6
Friday August 2 @PITTSBURGH L 5-6 59-50   3rd -6.5
Saturday August 3 @PITTSBURGH W 11-6 60-50   3rd -7
Sunday August 4 @PITTSBURGH W 10-5 61-50   3rd -7
Monday August 5 OFF DAY    
Tuesday August 6 CHICAGO W 11-10 62-50   2nd -6.5
Wednesday August 7 CHICAGO W 4-3 (10 inn.) 63-50   2nd -6.5
Thursday August 8 CHICAGO L 3-9 63-51   3rd -6.5
Friday August 9 PITTSBURGH L 3-4 63-52   3rd -7.5
Saturday August 10 PITTSBURGH W 8-3 64-52   3rd -7.5
Sunday August 11 PITTSBURGH W 5-4 (11 inn.) 65-52   3rd -7.5
Monday August 12 OFF DAY    
Tuesday August 13 @ATLANTA W 7-2 66-52   2nd -7.5
Wednesday August 14 @ATLANTA L 0-1 66-53   3rd -8.5
Thursday August 15 @ATLANTA t 3-3 66-53   3rd -9 [-1]
Friday August 16 @FLORIDA L 2-4 66-54   3rd -10 [-2]
Saturday August 17 @FLORIDA L 3-7 66-55   3rd -11 [-3]
Sunday August 18 @FLORIDA L 0-3 66-56   3rd -11 [-4]
Monday August 19 @FLORIDA W 3-0 67-56   3rd -10.5 [-3.5]
Tuesday August 20 NEW YORK W 1-0 68-56   3rd -10.5 [-2.5]
Wednesday August 21 NEW YORK W 3-1 69-56   3rd -10.5 [-2.5]
Thursday August 22 NEW YORK W 3-1 70-56   3rd -10.5 [-2.5]
Friday August 23 MONTREAL L 2-7 70-57   3rd -11.5 [-3.5]
Saturday August 24 MONTREAL L 2-7 70-58   3rd -11.5 [-4.5]
Sunday August 25 MONTREAL W 8-4 71-58   3rd -11.5 [-3.5]
Monday August 26 @COLORADO W 4-3 72-58   3rd -11.5 [-2.5]
Tuesday August 27 @COLORADO W 7-4 73-58   3rd -10.5 [-2.5]
Wednesday August 28 @COLORADO W 9-1 74-58   3rd -9.5 [-2.5]
Thursday August 29 @COLORADO W 10-6 75-58   3rd -9 [-2]
Friday August 30 @ARIZONA W 7-6 76-58   3rd -8 [-1]
Saturday August 31 @ARIZONA W 5-0 77-58   3rd -7 [-1]
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
September
Day Date Opponent Result TV/Record [wildcard]
Sunday September 1 @ARIZONA L 6-7 77-59   3rd -8 [-2]
Monday September 2 off day      3rd -7.5 [-2.5]
Tuesday September 3 COLORADO W 4-2 78-59   3rd -6.5 [-2.5]
Wednesday September 4 COLORADO L 1-2 78-60   3rd -7.5 [-2.5]
Thursday September 5 ARIZONA L 5-8 78-61   3rd -8.5 [-3]
Friday September 6 ARIZONA W 1-0 79-61   3rd -7.5 [-3]
Saturday September 7 ARIZONA W 4-3 80-61   3rd -6.5 [-2]
Sunday September 8 ARIZONA W 3-1 81-61   3rd -5.5 [-1]
Monday September 9 LOS ANGELES W 6-5 82-61   2nd -5.5 [t]
Tuesday September 10 LOS ANGELES W 5-2 83-61   2nd -5.5 [+1]
Wednesday September 11 LOS ANGELES L 3-7 83-62   2nd -6.5 [t]
Thursday September 12 @SAN DIEGO L 2-3 83-63   2nd -7 [t]
Friday September 13 @SAN DIEGO W 10-3 84-63   2nd -6 [+1]
Saturday September 14 SAN DIEGO W 12-4 85-63   2nd -6 [+1]
Sunday September 15 SAN DIEGO L 1-4 85-64   2nd -7 [+1]
Monday September 16 @LOS ANGELES L 6-7 85-65   2nd -7.5 [t]
Tuesday September 17 @LOS ANGELES W 6-4 86-65   2nd -6.5 [+1]
Wednesday September 18 @LOS ANGELES W 7-4 87-65   2nd -6.5 [+2]
Thursday September 19 @LOS ANGELES L 3-6 87-66   2nd -7.5 [+1]
Friday September 20 @MILWAUKEE W 5-1 88-66   2nd -6.5 [+2]
Saturday September 21 @MILWAUKEE W 3-1 89-66   2nd -5.5 [+2]
Sunday September 22 @MILWAUKEE W 3-1 90-66   2nd -4.5 [+2]
Monday September 23 OFF DAY      2nd -3.5 [+2]
Tuesday September 24 SAN DIEGO W 12-3 91-66   2nd -3 [+3]
Wednesday September 25 SAN DIEGO W 6-0 92-66   2nd -2 [+3]
Thursday September 26 OFF DAY      2nd -2.5 [+2.5]
Friday September 27 HOUSTON W 2-1 93-66   2nd -2.5 [+2.5]
Saturday September 28 HOUSTON W 5-2 94-66   2nd -2.5 [+2.5]
Sunday September 29 HOUSTON W 7-0 95-66   2nd -2.5 [+3.5]
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
October - The Playoffs
Day Date Opponent Result Record
National League Division Series
Wednesday October 2 @ATLANTA W 8-5 NLDS (1-0)
Thursday October 3 @ATLANTA L 3-7 NLDS (1-1)
Saturday October 5 ATLANTA L 2-10 NLDS (1-2)
Sunday October 6 ATLANTA W 8-3 NLDS (2-2)
Monday October 7 @ATLANTA W 3-1 NLDS (3-2)
National League Championship Series
Wednesday October 9 @ST LOUIS W 9-6 NLCS (1-0)
Thursday October 10 @ST LOUIS W 4-1 NLCS (2-0)
Saturday October 12 ST LOUIS L 4-5 NLCS (2-1)
Sunday October 13 ST LOUIS W 4-3 NLCS (3-1)
Monday October 14 ST LOUIS W 2-1 NLCS (4-1)
2002 World Series
Saturday October 19 @ANAHEIM W 4-3 WC (1-0)
Sunday October 20 @ANAHEIM L 10-11 WC (1-1)
Tuesday October 22 ANAHEIM L 4-10 WC (1-2)
Wednesday October 23 ANAHEIM W 4-3 WC (2-2)
Thursday October 24 ANAHEIM W 16-4 WC (3-2)
Saturday October 26 @ANAHEIM L 5-6 WC (3-3)
Sunday October 27 @ANAHEIM L 3-4 WC (3-4)
schedule jump: [Top][ April ][ May ][ June ][ July ][ Aug ][ Sept ][ October - the playoffs ]
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