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World Series Game 1: Game remains tied, 2-2, heading into fifth inning

The low-scoring pitching duel many anticipated to see heading into tonight's World Series opener finally took shape in the fourth inning.

Cliff Lee retired the Giants 1-2-3 the inning, posting his sixth strikeout of the contest off Juan Uribe.

Tim Lincecum continues to settle down after his shaky performance in the first two innings, getting Ian Kinsler, Bengie Molina and Cliff Lee to ground out. Texas' Mitch Moreland was stranded at second after hitting a two-out double to right-center field.

Related: World Series Game 1: Texas Rangers vs. San Francisco Giants, inning by inning

-- Austin Knoblauch

Photo: Giants' Edgar Renteria, right, is congratulated by teammate Pat Burrell after scoring in the third inning against the Texas Rangers. Mike Blake / Reuters

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