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>> joe: talking about the pitch with the home plate umpire derryl cousins, as you look at the breakdown this season. bases empty. it was a breakdown, .214 average for jimmy rollins. better with runners in scoring position. in this case, the runner at first, on the move, two outs. strikeout ends the inning. wilson comes in, gives up a hit. jimmy rollins strikes out for the third consecutive time. and we go to the ninth inning. game one, nlcs. 4-3, san francisco.
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best sports complex in the country with the facilities right here. sixers play down the street as well. and it doesn't get any better than these two venues. baseball and football. the count goes to 0-2. brad lidge takes over. he is a closer for the phillies. he has been on a roll since the 1st of august. up and down before that. that's high. ball one. 1-2. 18 of 19 in save opportunities. e.r.a. of 0.7. trying to keep it a one-run game, to play the ninth. juan uribe at the plate. he's 1-3. 1-4, as he strikes out to start the ninth.
>> tim: that slider that made brad lidge so valuable to the phillies two years ago. right back with it. duane kuiper announcer nicknamed the giant osfence "torture." >> joe: fontenot with a line drive to center. gets with a base hit and one out in the ninth. his first hit. >> you can see what the san francisco giant fans have been going through all year think. played a lot of tight ballgame, one-run games. the phillies have the best record in baseball for one-run game. losing here tonight. >> joe: here is a guy tonight has become public enemy number one. cody ross. they boo him as he digs in. he has two home runs. that was against halladay. the two-out rbi by burrell and uribe. uribe, rbi base hit up the middle, the
difference in the game right now. that made it 4-1. two-run shot in the bottom of the sixth by werth. made it 4-3 and that's where we are here in the ninth. fontenot, one out hit. there he goes. somehow that ball missed ross. stolen base for fontenot. he is at second with one out. i don't know "a," how the ball missed ross; or "b," how ruiz caught it. >> tim: we were just talking the last half inning when wilson was in the game how most short relievers don't have move to first base. fontenot knew that. had a tremendous jump to second base and stole a base easily. >> joe: fontenot, second steal all year. this is a giants team -- ross comes up, empty, strike two --
last in the stolen base department in the regular season with only 55 steals. >> tim: one every three games. >> joe: they don't run. >> no. >> joe: they do here. and they hit. gives the giants alittle breathing room here in the ninth. what a night ross could have. if he comes through here. ball two. 2-2. duane kuiper does television for giants baseball. called their baseball "torture." it hasn't been easy but a fun rise for giants and their fans through september, winning the west on the last day. two games over the padres and beating the braves in four games in the division series. 2-2 pitch. i can't think of anybody who does a better job, by the way, than kuiper.
>> tim: wonderful. wonderful. tremendously popular in the bay area. by the way, a wild pitch is not out of the realm of possibility here. lidge could be effective. the slider has to be down. and ruiz has to be good. >> joe: there it is. smothers it. ball three. a full count with ishikawa on deck. >> joe: bottom of the ninth inning. bottom part of the line-up. ibanez, ruiz. first two out. ross just throws the bat at it. that ball is out of play. as ruiz does all he can.
>> tim: cody ross has thrown his bat at two sliders tonight. one from roy halladay, where the bat went all the way down first base and that slider from lidge. i think he is going to see another slider right here. >> joe: here is the 3-2. two on, with one out. ross is on base for the third time tonight. coming in to this series, charlie manuel made one switch to his roster. he took greg dobbs off the active list from years past. a very good left-handed pinch hitter and added kendrick as the long reliever to take the spot of blanton who is
scheduled to start game four, as it is now. the giants toyed with adding a third left-hander in the bullpen. they did not do it. that pitch was inside. the crowd gets on the home plate umpire. ishikawa back for two on, one out. >> joe: out in front of that pitch. strike one on issue -- on ishikawa. phillies will need a pinch hitter for the third spot in the bottom of this ninth. the bench with schneider, valdez, francisco, sweeney. no dobbs.
that hit ishikawa. that will load them up. hit-by-pitch follows a single and a walk. the bases are loaded with one out for andres torres. >> tim: had this ball not hit ishikawa, you could make a case that the ball would have gotten by ruiz. travis appears to be all right. hit him on the left foot instep. lidge can really be wild with that slider. that has been his history. >> joe: while they meet on the mound with rich dubes the pitching coach. look to tomorrow night. if you don't much about sanchez, he has the ability to shut down any line-up.
he has been so good. struck out 11 in the division series. there is oswalt who had a hiccup in game two of the division series and will get the ball for philadelphia. >> joe: bases loaded. one out for andres torres. infield comes in. strike one. >> tim: the reason for that, torres, as we said, has 26 stolen bases. double play depth you won't double him up. the infield is forced to move in, halfway in the middle. rollins and utley. where they could get a double play. it would have to be a ball right over the bag for jimmy rollins. >> joe: strike two. torres who has a flare hit, one for four. trying to give brian wilson of the giants a little breathing room here in the ninth.
>> joe: torres went around. that's a big strike-out for lidge. two away. >> tim: going back to the slider. fine play by ruiz to make the block. first base is occupied with less than two outs. the batter is automatically out. but had he not blocked it, a run would have scored. >> joe: now the bases are loaded with two outs. freddy sanchez, won the batting title in 2006. for the pirates stands
in. pablo sandoval in the on deck circle. that slider misses. the interesting thing about sandoval being in the on-deck circle, is that is the pitcher's spot. >> tim: but if he has a chance to hit, they would have scored another run. >> joe: the pitcher is the closer wilson. strike on the inside corner. one ball, one strike. >> tim: you wouldn't trade a run for a closer? >> joe: no. >> tim: no? okay. >> joe: here is the 1-1. ball two.
sanchez tonight 0-4. lidge in trouble. trying to keep it a one-run game. 2-1 pitch. flyball to center, sends victorino back. inning over. lidge made it interesting. now it's wilson back to the hill. ibanez 0-1 against him in his career. ruiz. then a pinch hitter for the phillies. down by one. ♪ if you have gout, high uric acid can lead to more attacks. ♪ to help reduce attacks, lower your uric acid. uloric lowers uric acid levels in adults with gout. it's not for the treatment of high uric acid without a history of gout. uloric reduces uric acid to
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the eagles, lions-giants, and seahawks-bears. saints-bucs. coverage begins tomorrow at noon eastern, 9:00 pacific, with the ford fox pre-game show brought to you by the ford edge. drive one. then we'll be here tomorrow night for game two. a match-up of sanchez against oswalt. here is ibanez. to deal with brian wilson. 4-3, giants. bottom of the ninth inning. game one. strike one on the outside corner. ibanez, 16 home runs in the regular season. does not have an rbi so far this post season. overall, three out of 14. that's called ball
one. >> tim: we asked charlie manuel how his team handled brian wilson. he says in the past, we've had good luck against him. one of those good luck games was back on april 28 with brian wilson blew a save. a game started by tim lincecum. >> joe: outside again. 2-1. staying away from ibanez. >> tim: if you make the mistake away, it's a single. if you make a mistake inside, it could be a home run. >> right through it. 2-2. jose contreras getting loose in case the phillies tie this game. lidge is due third, bottom of the ninth. so his night is finished.
but just got enough of ruiz to put the tying run on. just off the bottom of the left-hand. >> tim: once the hitter makes a strike like that, there is no getting out of the way with the upper part of the body. as you can see, buster posey. buster closing his eyes when that ball made contact. bochy complaining about it, but he was definitely hit by the pitch. >> joe: now ross gload. gload is batting for lidge. pitched one scoreless inning. ball one. 15 out of 56 with
three pinch-hit home runs for philadelphia. you saw the one walkoff in his career. that was regular season in 2009. 1-0. 2-0. >> tim: that is the tenth straight pitch outside for left-handed batters this inning. ibanez and the first two to gload. wilson has proven he is not going to come inside to left-handed batters. >> joe: the first nlcs at-bat for gload. sta takes a strike. 2-1. ibanez struck out. grazed by a pitch. tying one at first with one away. that's in to
right-field, but foul. just got out in front. it's 2-2. >> tim: he got out front because the cutter from wilson cuts over the center of the plate. gload fouls it off. he wanted this one outside. but didn't get it there. middle of the plate. gload hit it hard. but a foul ball. >> joe: the 2-2. struck him out, two gone. 96 again. this time he got gload. >> tim: posey wanted it up. he got it up. >> joe: so the phillies in game one are down to their final out. shane victorino, who is hitless tonight.
now a pimple runner comes in the game -- now a pinch runner will come to the game. >> tim: charlie manuel waited until there were two outs to make a pinch-runner but now you almost have to, to go to valdez who is a step or two ahead of ruiz. >> joe: that is the tying run. ball one, outside. victorino had 18 home runs in the regular season. >> joe: ball two.
just in case you're wondering, valdez stole seven. was not caught in the regular season. the runner at first. 3-1 pitch. full count. the runner, wilson valdez the tying run at first will go with the next pitch. >> joe: there he goes. and a strike-out ends tonight. game one belongs to the giants. brian wilson records four outs here tonight. all four were
strike-out. >> tim: all four with fastballs. he did not deviate. trying to go away, away, away, get the ball up to victorino. perfect pitch to ibanez for the first out. what a job of pitching by brian wilson. >> joe: in a game that was started by a couple of big game pitchers, san francisco got the bigger game from their big guy. all 163 pounds, tim lincecum was good here tonight. he gets a win. >> tim: here are the six pitches to victorino. he misses with the first three outside. then a strike. then a foul ball. a payoff paid off. >> joe: so the underdog giants here on the road get the victory. final of 4-3.
lincecum against halladay. we will give you our traveler's plays of the game. it's cody ross. out of the number eight spot. went deep in the third. went deep in the fifth. with that man, is ken rosenthal. ken? >> ken: thank you, joe. roy halladay pitched a no-hitter in his last start and retired the first seven tonight. what were you thinking when you stepped in the box in the third inning? >> player: just trying to get a pitch to square off and get good wood on it and get a base hit. luckily, i got a pitch i could handle and got some wood on it and got up in the air. >> ken: second home run? >> player: same thing. it's tough enough to get roy one time. going up there and trying to create something. got a pitch i could handle and same deal. >> ken: you spent most of the season with the marlins and you came to the giants on a
waiver claim. now three post-season homers. what has the experience been like for you? >> player: i can't explain it with my words. it's just awesome to be in the situation right now, to be able to come here and help this team get where we wanted to be. and be here talking to you right now, i can't express it. >> ken: cody, thank you very much. joe, back to you. >> joe: thank you. cody ross who broke up the no-hitter in game four of the division series with derek lowe on the mound facing the atlanta braves. breaks one up here tonight, albeit earlier in the third inning. in every giant game that they have played so far in the post season has been a one-run game. if they call it "torture," they are enjoying it with a one game to nothing lead, the san francisco giants win game one. chris and the guys coming up after the break.
>> chris: welcome to the chevrolet post game show. giants winner in game one of the nlcs. 4-3, the final. i'm chris rose. rejoined by eric karros and mlb network mitch williams. the hero of the day, cody ross, as he becomes the third player to hit home runs in his first two nlcs at-bats. >> eric: i don't know if he did it on purpose but as we talked at the top of the show, you have to look for location. he got two pitches on the inner half of the plate and he doesn't miss them. gives giants two home run. great job of hitting by cody ross. >> chris: great job by bruce bochy, manager of the san francisco giants. he pushed all the right
buttons. >> mitch: before the game bruce bochy said he would not take pat burrell out that early in this ballpark. he made a great decision. pinch running with schierholtz in the sixth inning. that is the difference in the ballgame. pat burrell gets thrown out at home. schierholtz scored. >> eric: how about the other decision he made, moving sanchez to throw in the second game instead of matt cain. it will be interesting because it will rest on sanchez's shoulders. batting average against the lowest in major league baseball, but also walks per inning, gives up a lot of free passes. which guy shows up? we have to see. >> chris: so, of course, sanchez is the game two starter. can he duplicate what tim lincecum did tonight? the giants' ace is on the field with our ken rosenthal. >> ken: tim lincecum, you get the win. so much bilderbeuilbuild-up to . what did you think about your performance? >> player: it's not the numbers but giving us the chance to win. put home runs behind me and
you can easily squash yourself on that and make more bad pitches. take the next batter after that, man. >> ken: two homers from cody. the 4-1 lead in the sixth. how much did it mean to you pitching to get those runs? >> player: it was big. i have been talking a lot about the shutdown innings. i had chances with two of them tout them down, but it wasn't enough. just enough to squeak by for us. >> ken: watching brian in the eighth and ninth, what did you think of him? >> player: pure intensity. that's the way wilson is. of course, the beard. man, he just spotting up. intense. >> ken: last thing, tim. you have beaten halladay as a team. what does it mean for you as a club, just for your confidence? >> player: tons of confidence. more or less just about game one, setting the pace. and getting ready for tomorrow. >> ken: tim, thank you very much. chris, back to you. >> chris: all right, kenny. thank you very much. now the pressure shifts over
to the phillies; namely, oswalt tomorrow night. >> mitch: definitely. he was brought here to pitch big games. tomorrow is as big a game he will pitch in his career. he has to go out, give the phillies an opportunity to stay in the game, score some runs and they're not going to score a lot off sanchez. so oswalt has to be really good. >> chris: remember, with houston he was the nlcs mvp in 2005. giants baseball. it's torture, folks but they get it done. 4-3, winner in game one. well, coming up next, your late local news. except on the west coast, when it will be seen at the regularly scheduled time. and on fox, late night, it's "fringe" followed by "running wild." tomorrow, a huge day on fox sports. starts with n.f.l. double header. game one, the falcons-eagles, lions-giants, seahawks-bears, or saints-bucs. game two, the dallas cowboys and the minnesota vikings in
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and he shoots one into left field. his second home run of the night. the unsung hero comes up big again. cody ross with two holmes put the giants up one game in the national league championship series. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news. good evening and welcome to this ktvu news special. big night for san francisco and giants fans. the team does it again. another one run victory. we will get straight to the action. fans filing out of citizens bank park in philly right now. happy giants fans surrounded by despondent phillies fans. live from the ballpark, sal. >> reporter: mark, we are on
welcoming. those wearing black and orange stood out. but not all of the fans we spoke with were from the bay area. >> no, i'm actually from virginia. >> reporter: this giants fans lives in pennsylvania but could pass for a home town fan. >> i just started watching the giants because of b.j. and i have been in love with them ever since. >> reporter: they got a local tv host to wear a tim lincecum wig. >> we have other giants fans and police. and if you didn't put on that wig we would have one of the two get after him. >> reporter: some fans have been wearing their dark beards and orange and black after take some precautions. >> no doubt about it we had a lot of warnings. we had a friend back home say bring goggles and a raincoat. >> reporter: so we are back at citizens bank park here. we did find more giants fans. sir, you are from the bay area?
>> yes, i am from san francisco. >> reporter: you obviously thought it was really important to come out here? >> of course, we had tim lincecum on the mound. we thought we would get a win. we did. people weren't too unfriend. >> reporter: we will win the fear seize in five, maybe six if we have to come back here. it's al under wraps. i think we got it taken care of. >> reporter: some of the phillies fans disagree, but it's kind of a hard environment to be a giants fan in. cody ross coming up big. two home runs tonight. we're live in philadelphia. i will send it back to you before i become accosted by more phillies fans. >> sal getting a full dose of fans in philly. they are definitely hard core. he had to search for giants fans back there. here in the bay area they are everywhere, of course, in orange and black and a happy lot they are. ktvu news spending the game
with all the diehards in the city. john. >> reporter: this is the phoenix irish pub here in san francisco's mission district, which has been rocking all night long with giants fans. >> cody ross' second home run of the game send the crowd into a frenzy. >> i have neigh rowdy beads. i'm ready to go. halladay is going down. philly is going down. >> reporter: although there were a couple phillies fans here, this was an overwhelmingly partisan crowd. >> there is one guy in here who is a philadelphia fan. we are treating him nicely, but we might have to throw him out if we win. >> i mean, they aric -- they're unbeatable. >> reporter: a few blocks away at san francisco fire station the engine had to leave on a
medical call just as the game was started. but during a busy night these firefighters had some time to cheer on the team. >> i am hoping they go all the way. i -- but they are quick say no matter what they are doing, the job comes first. >> we leave everything hot on the table. we get that call and we take off. >> all of us are created equal. some of us grow up to be giants is the theme of the mural
, you know, playing this environment. and i'm quiet down a little bit. what is it about this team that has allowed you guys to be so successful with so many new guys coming in and playing roles like both of you? >> well, for me, you know, i think when i got here the situation was a little different. we had a lot of outfielders that were all really experienced. some guys on the bench that are used to playing every day. we all just came together and we had one thing in mind, and that was to win. we had to check our ego at the door and put the personal statistics aside and go out there and just, you know, play as a team. and i think it's one of the main reasons where we are at
right now. obviously our pitching is outstanding. for us to come together and play well as a team, that says a lot. >> i agree. he nailed it. it's easy for guys to come together when everyone has the same goal. that's obviously to win. a lot of guys that didn't start the year here are a big part of this team. like i said, when everybody is going out there to win it makes a big difference. >> and again to the left. >> pat, given how your year started and being released by tampa bay -- >> thanks. >> what does it feel like to get a big hit at the end of the day in an alcs game? and what was the turn around here versus tampa bay? >> i don't want to dwell too much on that. but obviously getting a chance to come out here and play i think was a big thing for me.
you know, after starting on a different team and having it turn out the way it did is not what you hope for, obviously. i got a chance. the giants gave me an opportunity to come and play. i just try to make the most of it. >> how close was that two- strike pitch? and describe that whole at-bat. >> it was a ball. i don't know. i haven't checked. i know that, you know, playing here and the home team and the crowd, it was close. he started me off with a fastball, i believe. i got behind 0-2 again. just really just trying to get something to put a good swing on it, keep the inning going. that was what our plan was at the end of the day, keep the line moving. we have a lot of guys that are capable of doing damage, you know, that are in the power stretch.
a guy like had, we have to maybe a conscious effort to tone it down and get good pitches to hit, which still isn't easy. >> cody, bruce said you wanted to be a rodeo clown. what's that all about? >> it was just something that i -- i don't know. it was something that i had aspirations of doing when i was, you know, in my adolescence or younger years, from 5 to 10. my dad was in the rodeo and i used to dress up like him and go to the rodeos. i guess, you know, the reason i was drawn to them so much is because those guys have no fear. they would put their life on the line to save a cowboy. you know, i just thought that was pretty neat that they could do that. >> charlie talked before the game about how difficult an adjustment you had to trying to be a dh. what is it that makes that so difficult? why are you so much -- do you
so f seem so much more comfortable when you are playing the field? >> i wish i knew the answer because it probably would have worked out differently down there. you know, for me it probably has to do with being in the game, playing in the field, being active in the game. that's a huge part of it for me. i am not saying that's right or wrong. i think for me it's an important part of it. >> all right. a couple of the heroes from the giants, pat burrell and cody ross. >> 4-3 giants win game 1 of the nlcs.
all right. the san francisco giants winning game 1 back in philly. 4-3. timmy lincecum the victory. meantime, a full day tomorrow for sports fans. besides the giants playing in game 2 in the nlcs, the niners will be playing. the two teams have spearheaded in opposite directions. joe fonzi with a preview. >> we will not put too much on what happened in the preseason. what is going on this weekend this philadelphia, if it wasn't for that there would have been a lot more build up between the 49ers and raiders. olson will return to the quarterback. jason campbell lost his job to gradkowski in game 2. now he has it back after gradkowski got injured. the chargers have produced a
second win of the season. campbell sees the team better than its winless record. >> i thought this was a team that had opportunity. you look at the saints game. it was right there for the taking. it goes to show you they are good. they are a play or two away from it. >> reporter: the 49ers spent this week answering questions about their quarterback, alex smith. he has taken every snap for san francisco this year, but they haven't all been good ones. his ugliest moment was this one last week after convincing mike singletary he shouldn't be removed from the game. a late touchdown drive that came up short. he doesn't think 0-5 is reflective of this team either. >> i think this team is mature
and talented. it's unfortunate. you know, we made that bed. we have to deal with it. we have to get ourselves out of it. >> how much does this team want the a win? >> you see my roots. we want one real bad. but we just got to do what we are supposed to do. we do that, no doubt we should get a win. >> reporter: it's a football- baseball doubleheader on channel 2 and fox tomorrow. after the fox pregame show our game is atlanta and philadelphia. then at 5:00 is game 2 of the giants and phils in the national league championship series followed by a baseball news special. we will of course have coverage of all of it in both tonight -- in both tomorrow and tonight on sports wrap. we will see you tomorrow night at 10:00. all right. we started the week with a lot of heat, but it's feeling a lot more like football weather. meteorologist mark ta my owe
with the forecast for the rest of the week. >> yeah, temperatures today really cooled off. this is the weather system i am tracking for tomorrow. all the cloud cover. and we will continue to cool off as we head into your sunday. if you are heading to candlestick, here is the forecast. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures in the lower 60s and there is a chance of a few scattered light showers. about a 30% chance as we head into the afternoon hours. definitely want to bundle up with the clouds in place and temperatures only in the lower 60s and wind speeds and picking up around 10 to 20 miles per hour. much more with the bay area forecast coming up in a little bit. >> thanks a lot, mark. nd the san francisco giants, again, victors back in philadelphia. tim lincecum got it. cody ross two holmes. game 2 tomorrow. but the giants lead the series 1-0. we have a lot more coming up for you as we continue with this special news edition here at ktvu channel 2. ah, focus group. so what are we testing here?
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san francisco giants winning game 1. 4-3 back in philadelphia. of course, we are monitoring the podium back in philly if any giants players get up to speak, we will take you there live. right now we will head over to cam wayne. he has some non-giants related news but still very important around the bay area. >> things are happening tonight, mark. first, election day is almost two weeks away and the push is on to get voters to the polls. thousands of tea party members rallied in the east bay today trying to get people to register and vote republican. ken pritchett was there and has this report. >> good bless you patriots. whatever you are doing, large or small, we appreciate it. >> reporter: november 3 may be
a day for tea party celebrators to celebrate, but first they must go to the polls on november 2. that is what this rally is all about at the alameda fair grounds. bridgette nelson is the founder of the pleasanton tea party. this rally is much like the rally before the primary elections. now they are backing specific candidates. >> this time we are getting the candidates in front of the people and saying this is who you need to vote for. >> reporter: they support david harbor running for the congressional seat. nelson says the enthusiasm among tea party members has not wavered. it is difficult to estimate the size of the crowd because people are coming and going throughout the fair grounds throughout the day. they expect between 10 and 15,000 people, which would be more than the event in april. there was a small protest which
says it was republicans against democrats. >> the tea party doesn't worry me. i think they will undermine the republican party's efforts. >> reporter: the vice chair of the republican california party says they are keeping volunteers vital. >> the importance is that people who registered recently tend to vote. >> reporter: organizers say this is the biggest tea party ' convenient on the west coast. their stated goal is to unseat nancy pelosi as speaker of the house. >> and a reminder if you want to vote in the november election the deadline to register is this monday at midnight. a major movie director is pledging $1 million to fight proposition 23. avatar director james cameron says he will donate the money to fight the ballot measure which seeks to suspend
california's landmark global warming law. he is joining arnold schwarzenegger and environmental groups in opposition. if approved it would nullify the state's tough greenhouse gas laws until the unemployment rate drops to 5.4% for four consecutive quarters. pg&e has agreed to give internal documents to lawmakers. the utility agreed to turn over inspection reports as well as aids data on pgand e's highest risk gas pipelines. the documents will be used in hearings by two senate sub committees and the energy and utility communications committee. both are scheduled for tuesday. law enforcement specialists from across the country con vernalled on the bay area today to plan for criminal scenarios they hope do not occur. the exercise is called urban
shield. >> reporter: outside san francisco's city hall an fib swat team was briefed. members of a violent street gang had broken in and taken over the fourth floor. this was one of the 34 scenarios of the exercise. the sheriff's office set up urban shield to train law enforcement, fire and bomb squads from across the country and around the world. >> we are going to put them through some very realistic scenarios and hopefully if and when that time comes, and hopefully that never happens, but the teams will be prepared. >> reporter: crews had just a few minutes to formulate a plan. then they have to put that plan into action. inside city hall swat team members have to decide whom to trust or to arrest or shoot.
their every step is monitored by video and evaluated. the fbi says this kind of real- world training is invaluable. >> the alameda county sheriffs department, this is great for us. we can use city hall. a large number of locations where we can really visualize what a possible scenario might be. >> reporter: across town the 44th floor of the trans america building, swat teams were confronted with a gunman and hostage situation. crews had to rap he will down a access shaft, eliminate the gun men and rescue the hostages. the simulations cost about $1 million, paid for by federal grants and private donations. but the experience for the officers is invaluable. >> when the columbine incident happened many officers had never been in a high school before. so we try it to put them in situations they are unfamiliar with, make critical decisions and make those decisions correctly. >> reporter: the urban shield
simulation got underway at 6:00 this morning. they will be running around the clock until 6:00 monday morning. the actress who portrayed the iconic june cleaver from "leave it to beaver" has died. >> "leave it to beaver." barbara billingsley died in her santa monica home today at the age of 94. she portrayed the matriarch of the cleaver family when the show debuted in 1957 until its last season in 1963. before the series billingsley was a model in the 1930s. she was under contract at mgm in 1945 acting in several b movies before moving on to television and mortality. some of the news headlines happening around the bay area and california. the big news of course is the giants. >> reporter: thanks a lot, ken. it was a 4-3 victory. the giants have had four post- season victories so far.
he was with them in the first round of the playoffs in atlanta. he has been with the giants through it all. joining us live from philadelphia, fred inglis, what is the feeling in the giants' clubhouse? >> reporter: well, mark, you know what? it was much calmer. there was some confidence and also some relief in this clubhouse. after all, neither one of these
pitchers, roy halladay or tim lincecum, were the premiere pitchers as advertised. in fact, if you look at tim's numbers, 7 innings, three runs given up and 2 home runs, 6 hits. he walked three but strikes out 8 in those 7 innings. he gets the victory. he was at least as good as roy halladay, who of course came in with a no-hitter in his only other post-season experience. but this was about cody ross and so many others. when we talked to tim, there was a little bit of relief in knowing that this was another torture test. >> yeah, i mean, that's the way we do it, right? more torture in the post- season. >> it looked like you were throwing a loft fastballs early and then you started bringing in the change-up. was that the game plan or the way things just started happening? >> it's just kind of the way things unwrapped. i was just trying to make
here tonight. >> it's the most posh game of the series. it sets the tone for the rest of the series. it doesn't put us in the driver's seat by any means because we are playing a tough team. but it certainly helps when we are going back home tomorrow. >> of course, brian couldn't make it simple. he did strike out the inning in the 9th. he hit a batter before the drama finally ended with a victory. and i have to tell you, mark, walking around here, most of the philly fans were pretty cocky, self-assured this was going to go five, maybe six games at the most. they certainly did not expect roy halladay to lose game 1. the phillies had won 7 straight game 1s in the post-season playoffs all the way back to 2008. they have never lost a game 1 of a playoff series since then. the giants pretty good at it, too. i don't want to say that the giants stole this one. they earned it. ask cody ross, ask tim
lincecum, ask brian wilson. they went out and did the job and outperformed the philadelphia phillies. a relief for the relievers, javier, lopez and brian wilson. all in all it's 1-0. who would have thunk it? crisp evening in philadelphia. first pitch temperature about 57 degrees with some winds. as we take a look at what mark tamayo has in store for us, we will figure out what we can expect for tomorrow, mark. >> yeah, the weather so far has been behaving and pretty much the same deal for tomorrow. first pitch at 5:19 our time. mostly clear skies expected in philadelphia with temperatures 59 degrees. not much of a factor for tomorrow, the wind. we could have winds to around 10 miles per hour. a nice forecast it looks like for tomorrow. no threat of rainfall. all right.
as you would imagine, a lot of happy fans dressed in orange and black tonight. mike joins us live in san francisco tonight with more on the fans reaction to this victory. >> reporter: mark, what a night to be a giants fan. especially here in san francisco. right now we are down here fore the cheese puff. you don't think these fans are happy? come on inside at the keisar pub. that's what we're talking about. die hard giants fans at keisar
bar in san francisco. and they've only won one game. one game. let's get in right here. what did you think about that first game? >> it was great. >> reporter: tell us what you thought about game 1. >> great pitching. it's ours. it's huge. game 1. the heart of san francisco. >> reporter: all day long, these guys were here at noon, 1:00, 2:00. much more later to come for the 10:00 news. >> thank you very much. just what you would expect in san francisco. the philly fans may be cocky about their overall position in this series, but giantsen fans living it up while they can.
in the meantime, tonight on the 10:00 news a brazen shooting at an east bay atm machine. we are gathering details and talking to police about a motive and an update on a motive. so with the san francisco giants, in case you are just joining us, wind up with a 4-3 victory over the philadelphia phillies. it was billed as a huge pitching match-up. didn't turn out to be a classic roy halladay. lincecum gave up three runs in 7 innings. roy halladay for two home runs. the key blasts off of cody ross. hit had pair. off to a nice start here. so we want to remind you that game 2 from philadelphia tomorrow, first pitch 5:19 right here on ktvu channel 2. the scheduled pitchers right now lefty jonathan sanchez, who