Former San Francisco Giants pitchers Jason Christiansen (L) and Felix Rodriquez (R) stand with former manager of the Giants and current manager of the Cincinnati Reds Dusty Baker during a reuion of the 2002 National League Championship Team before the game between the Giants and Cincinnati Reds at AT&T Park on July 1, 2012 in San Francisco, California. (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Barry Bonds says he doesn't even remember Game 7 of the 2002 World Series.
Russ Ortiz still has the ball manager Dusty Baker infamously handed him walking off the mound in Game 6 with a 5-0 lead and the championship eight outs away.
Jeff Kent remains bitter about what he calls "the worst defeat of my life." Almost a decade later, San Francisco's collapse against Anaheim still stings.
Members of the 2002 National League champion Giants gathered at AT&T Park again Sunday, receiving rousing ovations from the crowd before San Francisco faced Baker and his Cincinnati Reds in the finale of a four-game series.
The 10-year reunion brought back mixed memories for a talented group that never could raise a banner by the bay.
The Associated Press