The San Francisco Giants are battling the Texas Rangers in this year's MLB World Series games.
But even with a Major League Baseball championship on the line, CBN News Sports Reporter Shawn Brown talked with players from both teams who say faith in Jesus Christ is paramount in their lives.
Watch each of their comments below.
Javier Lopez, SF Giants Relief Pitcher
Javier Lopez, No. 49, said he's blessed to have a job that he can enjoy.
Brian Wilson, SF Giantas Relief Pitcher
Brian Wilson, No. 38, said he used to criticize Christianity before coming to know God.
Jeremy Affeldt, SF Giants Pitcher
Jeremy Affeldt, No. 41, proclaimed that God is "everything" to him. He explains how the Lord and has given him comfort and strength.
Madison Bumgarner, SF Giants Left-Handed Pitcher
Madison Bumgarner, No. 40, said his Christian wife kept him grounded and been supportive throughout his baseball career.
Buster Posey, SF Giants Catcher/First Base
Buster Posey, No. 28, told CBN News submitting your life to Christ is the, "Only way to go."
Travis Ishikawa, SF Giants First Base
Travis Ishikawa, No. 10, said he doesn't know where he'd be without his faith in Christ.
Clint Hurdle, Texas Rangers Hitting Coach
Clinton hurdle said he came to know Christ at the age of 17, and his faith has been a big part of his life since.
David Murphy, Texas Rangers Right-Fielder
David Murphy, No. 7, told CBN News he came to Christ after realizing,"There was as difference between being a good person and a believer in Jesus Christ."
Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers Shortstop
Elvis Andrus, No. 1, said he considers every day a blessing. Watch all of his comments.
Jeff Francoeur, Texas Rangers Outfielder
Jeff Francoeur, No. 21, said he always keeps God first.
Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers Outfielder
Josh Hamilton, No. 32, said, "God is so faithful through the good times that you don't forget Him in the bad times." Watch the entire interview with CBN Sports Reporter Shawn Brown.