A look at the Giants who played in the 1989 World Series and what they're doing 20 years later. For more on the Battle of the Bay and the Loma Prieta anniversary, click here.

Player 1989 2009
Bill Bathe No. 3 catcher; Game 3 homer Fire captain in Tucson, Ariz.
Steve Bedrosian Relief ace acquired at midseason High school baseball coach outside Atlanta
Jeff Brantley Bulldog righty out of 'pen Cincinnati Reds broadcaster
Brett Butler Spunky center fielder, leadoff man Triple-A manager for Diamondbacks
Will Clark Star first baseman; The Thrill Special assistant for Giants
Kelly Downs Perennially promising right-hander Owns construction business in Salt Lake City
Scott Garrelts Surprise ace (14-5, 2.28 ERA) Lives on a golf course in Shreveport, La.
Atlee Hammaker Fan favorite-as scapegoat Businessman in Knoxville, Tenn.
Terry Kennedy Sturdy left-handed hitting catcher Double-A manager for Padres
Mike LaCoss Right-handed pitcher; Buffy Lives near Visalia and writes newspaper column
Craig Lefferts Reliever sprinted in from bullpen Pitching coach, Class-AVancouver (A's)
Greg Litton Nondescript rookie utilityman Gemologist in Pensacola, Fla.
Candy Maldonado Unlike Atlee, forgiven for '87 General manager of Dominican League Gigantes
Kirt Manwaring Up-and-coming catcher Lives in Scottsdale, Ariz.; part-time instructor
Kevin Mitchell League MVP with 47 homers Said to be living in San Diego
Donell Nixon Late-inning defense, pinch runner Runs drug awareness program in Georgia
Ken Oberkfell Journeyman infielder Triple-A manager for Mets
Rick Reuschel Big Daddy; All-Star starter at 40 Runs family farm in Quincy, Ill., with brother Paul
Ernest Riles The guy they got for Jeffrey Leonard Living in Ellenwood, Ga.
Don Robinson Slugging pitcher; Caveman High school pitching coach in Bradenton, Fla.
Pat Sheridan Added in June for outfield depth Insurance agent in Detroit area
Robby Thompson Hard-nosed second baseman Works in Cleveland Indians front office
Jose Uribe Shortstop and fan favorite Died in 2006 car crash in Dominican
Matt Williams Struggling youngster batted .202 Part owner, Arizona Diamondbacks