The 2002 World Series was a best-of-seven playoff series to determine the champion of Major League Baseball for the 2002 season. It was the 98th series between the champions of the American League (AL) and National League (NL), here respectively the Anaheim Angels and the San Francisco Giants. The series was played from October 19–27, 2002 at Pacific Bell Park (now AT&T Park) in San Francisco and Edison International Field of Anaheim (now Angel Stadium of Anaheim) in Anaheim. The Angels defeated the Giants by four games to three to win their first World Series championship.

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  • The 2002 World Series was a best-of-seven playoff series to determine the champion of Major League Baseball for the 2002 season. It was the 98th series between the champions of the American League (AL) and National League (NL), here respectively the Anaheim Angels and the San Francisco Giants. The series was played from October 19–27, 2002 at Pacific Bell Park (now AT&T Park) in San Francisco and Edison International Field of Anaheim (now Angel Stadium of Anaheim) in Anaheim. The Angels defeated the Giants by four games to three to win their first World Series championship. This was the first World Series since the 1995 inception of the wild card in Major League Baseball (and the last until 2014) in which both wild card teams would vie for the title. The Angels finished the regular season in second place in the American League West, four games behind the AL West champions Oakland Athletics. They defeated the four time defending A.L. champions New York Yankees three games to one in the best-of-five American League Division Series (ALDS), and in doing so won their first postseason series in franchise history. Then they defeated the Minnesota Twins four games to one in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series (ALCS) to advance to the World Series, another first in franchise history. The Giants, meanwhile, finished the regular season in second place in the National League West,  2 1⁄2 games behind the NL West champions (and defending World Series champions) Arizona Diamondbacks. They defeated the Atlanta Braves in the National League Division Series (NLDS) and the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series (NLCS) to advance to the World Series, giving the team their 20th NL pennant and 17th appearance in the Fall Classic but only their third since moving from New York to San Francisco in 1958. The series was the fourth World Series played between two teams from California, after 1974, 1988, and 1989. Barry Bonds, Reggie Sanders, and J. T. Snow each hit home runs to help propel the Giants to win Game one. Game two was a high-scoring affair that the Angels ultimately won on Tim Salmon's eight-inning home run. The Angels routed the Giants in Game three, but lost Game four on a tie-breaking eight-inning single by the Giants' David Bell. The Giants brought the Angels to the brink of elimination by winning Game five in a blowout. The Giants were eight outs away from winning the Series in Game six, but late game home runs by Scott Spiezio and Darin Erstad, as well as a two-RBI double by Troy Glaus helped the Angels overcome a five-run, seventh-inning deficit to win. A three-run double by Garret Anderson was the difference in the Angels' Game seven win to clinch the series. Glaus was named the series MVP. As of 2016, 2002 was the most recent Fall Classic appearance for the Angels. (en)
  • Die World Series 2002 war die 98. Auflage des Finals der Major League Baseball. Die Serie zählt zu den denkwürdigsten in der Baseballgeschichte. Erstmals schafften es gleich zwei Wildcardteams bis in die World Series. Die Serie startete am 19. Oktober 2002 und endete am 27. Oktober 2002. Es standen sich der Champion der American League, die Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, und der Champion der National League, die San Francisco Giants, gegenüber. Sieger der "Best of Seven"-Serie waren die Anaheim Angels durch einen 4:3-Erfolg. Die Angels gewannen die Spiele 2, 3, 6 und 7, die Giants konnten die Spiele 1, 4 und 5 für sich entscheiden. Für die siegreichen Angels, die bereits seit 1961 in der Major League spielten, war es die erste Teilnahme an einer World Series überhaupt. Die Giants hatten ihre letzte World Series 1954 (damals noch als New York Giants) gewonnen. Seit ihrem Umzug nach San Francisco 1957 schafften es die Giants nur zweimal in die World Series, verloren allerdings sowohl die World Series 1962 als auch die World Series 1989. Zum MVP der World Series wurde Troy Glaus gewählt. (de)
  • La Serie Mundial de 2002 enfrentó a los Anaheim Angels, campeones de la Liga Americana, con los San Francisco Giants, campeones de la Liga Nacional, ganando los Angels la Serie cuatro juegos a tres, para ganar así la primera Serie Mundial en la historia de la franquicia. (es)
  • La Série mondiale 2002 était la 98e série finale des Ligues majeures de baseball. Elle a débuté le 19 octobre 2002 et opposait les champions de la Ligue américaine, les Angels d'Anaheim, aux champions de la Ligue nationale, les Giants de San Francisco. Cette série 4 de 7 s'est terminée le 27 octobre 2002 par une victoire des Angels, quatre parties à trois sur les Giants. Cette finale était la première de l'histoire à opposer deux équipes qualifiées pour les éliminatoires en qualité de meilleurs deuxièmes. (fr)
  • 2002年のワールドシリーズは、2002年10月19日から10月27日まで行われたメジャーリーグのワールドシリーズである。 (ja)
  • Мировая серия 2002 — решающая серия игр Главной лиги бейсбола в сезоне 2002 года. Победителем стала команда «Анахайм Энджелс», обыгравшая «Сан-Франциско Джайентс» со счётом 4-3. (ru)
  • 2002年世界大賽,是由美國聯盟冠軍安那罕天使隊與國家聯盟冠軍舊金山巨人隊進行交戰,最終由安那罕天使隊以四比三擊敗舊金山巨人隊,這同時也是史上第一次皆由兩組外卡打入最後的世界大賽。 (zh)
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  • La Serie Mundial de 2002 enfrentó a los Anaheim Angels, campeones de la Liga Americana, con los San Francisco Giants, campeones de la Liga Nacional, ganando los Angels la Serie cuatro juegos a tres, para ganar así la primera Serie Mundial en la historia de la franquicia. (es)
  • La Série mondiale 2002 était la 98e série finale des Ligues majeures de baseball. Elle a débuté le 19 octobre 2002 et opposait les champions de la Ligue américaine, les Angels d'Anaheim, aux champions de la Ligue nationale, les Giants de San Francisco. Cette série 4 de 7 s'est terminée le 27 octobre 2002 par une victoire des Angels, quatre parties à trois sur les Giants. Cette finale était la première de l'histoire à opposer deux équipes qualifiées pour les éliminatoires en qualité de meilleurs deuxièmes. (fr)
  • 2002年のワールドシリーズは、2002年10月19日から10月27日まで行われたメジャーリーグのワールドシリーズである。 (ja)
  • Мировая серия 2002 — решающая серия игр Главной лиги бейсбола в сезоне 2002 года. Победителем стала команда «Анахайм Энджелс», обыгравшая «Сан-Франциско Джайентс» со счётом 4-3. (ru)
  • 2002年世界大賽,是由美國聯盟冠軍安那罕天使隊與國家聯盟冠軍舊金山巨人隊進行交戰,最終由安那罕天使隊以四比三擊敗舊金山巨人隊,這同時也是史上第一次皆由兩組外卡打入最後的世界大賽。 (zh)
  • The 2002 World Series was a best-of-seven playoff series to determine the champion of Major League Baseball for the 2002 season. It was the 98th series between the champions of the American League (AL) and National League (NL), here respectively the Anaheim Angels and the San Francisco Giants. The series was played from October 19–27, 2002 at Pacific Bell Park (now AT&T Park) in San Francisco and Edison International Field of Anaheim (now Angel Stadium of Anaheim) in Anaheim. The Angels defeated the Giants by four games to three to win their first World Series championship. (en)
  • Die World Series 2002 war die 98. Auflage des Finals der Major League Baseball. Die Serie zählt zu den denkwürdigsten in der Baseballgeschichte. Erstmals schafften es gleich zwei Wildcardteams bis in die World Series. Die Serie startete am 19. Oktober 2002 und endete am 27. Oktober 2002. Es standen sich der Champion der American League, die Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, und der Champion der National League, die San Francisco Giants, gegenüber. Sieger der "Best of Seven"-Serie waren die Anaheim Angels durch einen 4:3-Erfolg. Die Angels gewannen die Spiele 2, 3, 6 und 7, die Giants konnten die Spiele 1, 4 und 5 für sich entscheiden. (de)
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  • 2002年のワールドシリーズ (ja)
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