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    2002 Anaheim Angels Team Signed Baseball. In 2002 the Angels went head to head with the San Francisco Giants and slugger Barry Bonds in what ended up being the highest-scoring World Series of all time. San Francisco took Game 1 (4-3), but the Angels followed that up by winning Games 2 (11-10) and 3 (10-4). The Giants came back to win Games 4 (4-3) and 5 (16-4). The turning point in the series came in Game 6. The Angels trailed 5-0 and were 8 outs away from elimination before rallying for 3 runs in both the seventh and eighth innings to win 6-5. The Angels then won Game 7, 4-1, to claim their franchise's first and only World Series Championship, finally erasing the past failures that had haunted the franchise since its inception. The 2002 World Series ball has been signed by 26 members of this squad including Mike Scoscia, John Lackey, Jarrod Washburn, Tim Salmon, Darin Erstad, Francisco Rodriguez, Troy Glaus, Troy Percival, etc. JSA Auction LOA.

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