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Sandoval Secures Giants Lead With Two-Run Single
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval singled to center field sending Gregor Blanco and Buster Posey home in the bottom of the sixth inning of Game 4 of the World Series.
350-Pound Lineman Throws TD Pass To Long Snapper
Arkansas offensive lineman Sebastian Tretola throws touchdown pass to long snapper Alan D'Appollonio on a fourth down trick play.
Mo'ne Davis' World Series Pitch
Little League World Series pitcher Mo'ne Davis threw out the ceremonial first pitch at AT&T Park prior to Game 4 of the World Series.