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Giants' 'Babe Ross' Homers Twice

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Cody Ross: The accidental legend continues.

Actually, the tale of Ross' October journey with the Giants is now moving beyond legend and toward the stuff of playoff myth and magic.

And, maybe destiny.

Only weeks ago, Ross was an afterthought. Now, he's the most important, most dangerous and most electrifying player in the universe.

He's "Babe Ross," as described by Giants radio voice Duane Kuiper on Saturday night.

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