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World Series Game 5 update: Giants, Rangers still no score after sixth inning

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The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants remained locked in a scoreless World Series Game 5 after six innings Monday night at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Texas got a leadoff single from Mitch Moreland against Giants starter Tim Lincecum. But Elvis Andrus and Michael Young flied out and Josh Hamilton grounded out.

Freddy Sanchez hit a two-out single in the top of the inning when right fielder Nelson Cruz couldn't handle his shallow fly ball despite a diving try. Buster Posey then slammed a ball deep to right-center field that Cruz caught at the base of the wall.

--Jim Peltz

 Photo: Fans celebrate as they watch the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Texas Rangers at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco, Monday, Nov. 1, 2010. Credit: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

 
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