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October 4, 2014 9:22 PM

Belt’s homer gives Giants thrilling 18-inning victory in NLDS

In a 2-2 count, Brandon Belt watched a close fastball from Tanner Roark go by for ball three. On the next pitch, Belt whipped his bat through, dropped it immediately and watched the ball fly.

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