Those came between the time he made contact with a Mike Montgomery fastball and when the ball banged off the right-field wall at AT&T Park, allowing Brandon Crawford to score the game-winning run in the 13th inning of Game 3 of the National League Division Series (Game 4 on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.
I was really proud of our kids, man.'' Because it was the Giants who scored last, the teams return to AT&T Park for Game 4 on Tuesday night.
"That's one of the best, most exciting games I've ever been involved in,'' said Bruce Bochy, the Giants' manager.
I thought he did a terrific job, despite not having his best stuff tonight.'' Bumgarner was followed in the game by Derek Law, Hunter Strickland, Romo, Will Smith and Ty Blach, and every time any of those guys really needed an out, they got it.
For the Giants, this game was sort of like Game 3 against the Reds in the 2012 NLDS -- a 2-1 win in 10 innings that avoided a sweep and, as it turned out, started them rolling toward a World Series victory over the Tigers.