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(From Guardian Unlimited)
It was pitching that won the second game of the World Series for the San Francisco Giants -- but not their own. Instead it was an hilariously inept performance by the Texas Rangers bullpen in the eighth inning -- almost unbelievably bad at this level -- that cost the Rangers the game and, more importantly, its dignity.
The Rangers' psyche may have been fragile enough after Cliff Lee -- hailed as the lovechild of Sandy Koufax and Bob Gibson (an interesting ethnic mix) by the US media -- was beaten up in game one. But game two's eighth inning was a nightmare that the Rangers may never recover from.
Leading 2-0, the Giants had two out …