Madison Bumgarner was seriously dominant in the 2014 World Series. In fact, he is given credit for single-handedly pitching the Giants to the championship win. He won his first two starts of the series - one a shutout - and then returned to close out game seven in the final five innings. During those games, he had a 0.43 ERA over 21 innings.
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