Final

Series: Game 2 of 3

San Francisco leads 2-0 (as of 5/4)

Game 1: Friday, May 3
Cincinnati 1Final
San Francisco 6
Game 2: Saturday, May 4
Cincinnati 0Final
San Francisco 3
Game 3: Sunday, May 5
Cincinnati 5Final
in 10
San Francisco 6

Reds 0

(17-12, 8-6 away)

Giants 3

(18-11, 10-4 home)

    4:05 PM ET, May 4, 2002

    AT&T Park, San Francisco, California 

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    W: R. Jensen (2-2)

    L: J. Haynes (2-4)

    S: R. Nen (9)

    Game Notes

    SAN FRANCISCO'S DAVID BELL WAS EJECTED IN THE BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH INNING BY HOME PLATE UMPIRE JERRY LAYNE FOR ARGUING A CALLED THIRD STRIKE.
    CINCINNATI'S JASON LARUE SINGLED TO LEAD OFF THE EIGHTH INNING, BREAKING UP THE COMBINED NO-HITTER BY SAN FRANCISCO'S JASON SCHMIDT AND RYAN JENSEN.
    SAN FRANCISCO'S JASON SCHMIDT AND RYAN JENSEN HAVE A COMBINED NO-HITTER THROUGH SEVEN INNINGS.
    INJURY UPDATE -- SAN FRANCISCO PITCHER JASON SCHMIDT, WHO LEFT THE GAME IN THE FIRST INNING, HAS TIGHTNESS IN HIS RIGHT SHOULDER AND WILL BE EXAMINED LATER TODAY.
    WITH HIS HOME RUN IN THE BOTTOM OF THE FIRST INNING, SAN FRANCISCO'S BARRY BONDS BECAME THE FIRST PLAYER IN MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY TO HIT 400 HOME RUNS WITH ONE TEAM AND 100 WITH ANOTHER TEAM. THE HOME RUN WAS HIS 400TH WITH THE GIANTS. HE HIT 176 AS A MEMBER OF THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES.
    SAN FRANCISCO STARTING PITCHER JASON SCHMIDT LEFT THE GAME WITH TWO OUTS IN THE TOP OF THE FIRST INNING DUE TO AN UNDISCLOSED INJURY.