With a title drought that started in New York and carried on for more than five decades after the move to the west coast, the San Francisco Giants and their fans were growing restless, waiting for a team like the 2010 roster and that one magical postseason run. The anticipation, memories, and celebrated relief of the season when it finally came together are captured in this chronicle of the World Series season of the Giants. Written in entertaining prose, the book is as much an enjoyable story to be reread through the years as it is a factual account of the events that brought the elusive title to the Giants.
About the Author
Andrew Baggarly is the San Francisco Giants beat reporter for the San Jose Mercury News and has been covering baseball for various newspapers for over a decade. He blogs for the Bay Area News Group and has been both a Hall of Fame voter and an official scorer. He lives in Eugene, Oregon. Duane Kuiper is an Emmy award-winning sportscaster for the San Francisco Giants. He lives in Danville, California.