8:14 p.m. (top 9th): A quiet 8th, and now the Giants face their last at-bat. Buster Posey leads off with a walk off Phils' reliever Ryan Madson, then Pat Burrell lines to left for the highlight defensive play of the game—Raul Ibañez makes a lunging/diving grab on the warning track for the first out. Cody Ross watches an inside fastball for strike three and the second out. Pinch-hitter Travis Ishikawa singles to right, Posey to third. Edgar Renteria grounds to short, and Game 2's in the books. Phillies 6, Giants 1.
7:47 p.m. (end 7th): Sanchez is gone after giving up a lead-off single to pitcher Roy Oswalt. He's relieved by Ramon Ramirez. Oswalt is sacrificed to second, and Chase Utley gets an intentional walk. Placido Polanco hits a a single to shallow center, scoring Oswalt, who runs through the third-base coach's stop sign. Jeremy Affeldt relieves Ramirez. Utley and Polanco steal third and second. Affeldt winds up giving an intentional walk to Jayson Werth to load the bases. Santiago Casilla relieves Affeldt. Then Jimmy Rollins finally gets a hit—a double off the right field wall to score all three runners. Phillies 6, Giants 1.
7:14 p.m. (end 6th): Sanchez has his best inning of the game, popping up Rollins and striking out Ibañez and Carlos Ruiz. And Fox gives a great piece of trivia re: Cody Ross's three-homer performance: He's just the fourth player to hit his team's first three homers in a playoff series. The others: Babe Ruth, Rusty Staub, Willie Stargell.
6:59 p.m. (end 5th): The tie didn't last long. A laser-shot lead-off double by Shane Victorino and two deep-enough fly balls give the Phillies another run and a 2-1 lead. Not a good inning for Sanchez—just about everything they hit was hit hard.
6:44 p.m. (top 5th): Cody Ross does it again. With one out, he gets the Giants' first hit of the game: a solo homer. (And it's a terrible moment for the Fox coverage, with the anchors failing to break off a side conversation to narrate the somewhat amazing moment.) Giants 1, Phils 1.