The Giants are on the march, after blanking Texas 9-0 in Game 2 of the World Series to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.
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Stat time - The last 11 teams to take a 2-0 lead in the World Series have gone on to win it. Not since the Yankees in 1981 has a 2-0 lead been squandered.
And if I were Rangers manager Ron Washington, I'd be rather worried about the way my bullpen fell apart in the eighth inning, giving up seven runs - several of which were "walked in".
But will it all change with the next three games in Texas, with the Rangers able to use Vladimir Guerrero as their DH and not to have to risk him in the field? How much difference does playing in front of your own fans actually make?
One of my colleagues here on the BBC website is thrilled with the Giants' success after watching them play live earlier this year, is it too soon for him to be putting the champagne on ice?