12 years ago, Giants first baseman JT Snow pulled off one of the most famous non-baseball plays in San Francisco history. In Game 5 of the 2002 World Series, Snow scored, only to find manager Dusty Baker's young son Darren loitering near home as a play as play continued. Snow touched home and swooped Darren out of the play, all in one quick movement. 12 years later, before Sunday's Game 5, the two were reunited.
Snow and Baker were just two of the many notable people at Game 5.