Many people didn't think the San Francisco Giants would win this World Series they just stole from the heart of Texas. Hell, most people didn't even think they'd get there.
But, as you know well by now, they did it. They sent Bobby Cox and the Atlanta Braves packing in the first round- Bobby Cox for good-, prevented the Philadelphia Phillies from becoming the first National League team since the 1944-46 St. Louis Cardinals to win the NL Pennant three straight times, and they won their first World Series since 1954 and since moving to San Francisco, while keeping the Texas Rangers from winning their first in franchise history.
How did it happen? How did the team that had the worst offense coming into the postseason come out of it with a World Series trophy?
Here's ten reasons why.