GLENDALE — Although it had to wait until his second career postseason game,
The former Glendale Community College player notched his first playoff hit and scored his first run during Game Two of the
Burrell's blast wouldn't be enough to lift the Giants to a win, however, as the
The series is squared up at a game apiece as it heads back to Atlanta for a third game at 1:37 PDT Sunday.
Batting second and starting at second base for the second straight game in the series, Sanchez also recorded his first postseason hit by pitch when he was plunked in the right hand by Braves reliever
Sanchez, who went one for four with two strikeouts and two runners left on base, stayed in the game and San Francisco would go on to load the bases with one out, but Buster Posey grounded into an inning-ending double play to squelch the rally.