Game 4 was the most exciting game of the World Series – a back-and-forth affair that took 10 innings to decide. In the end, though, the result was the same: a Giants victory. Here are five things you didn’t know about the game.
The Giants took a commanding lead in the World Series last night, going up 3-0 after defeating the Tigers by a score of 2-0 for the second straight game. Here are five things you didn’t know about the game.
Another game of the World Series is in the books, and more unpredictable action has taken place. After the Giants earned an improbable win in Game 1, they extended their series lead with a Game 2 victory. Here are five things you didn’t know about the game.
Pablo Sandoval had more than 300 text messages on his phone when he woke up Thursday morning. Players from around major league baseball, including the rival Dodgers’ Matt Kemp, acknowledged his accomplishment on social media.
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If you watch ESPN, you’ve seen the promos for the “30-for30” film series. They all start the same way. “What if I told you?”
SAN FRANCISCO (AP/97.1 The Ticket) — Pablo Sandoval became just the fourth player to hit three home runs in a World Series game, connecting twice against Justin Verlander and once off Al Alburquerque to lead […]
Pablo Sandoval stepped up and crushed a high fastball to center field for a home run and the first run of the game to give the Giants a 1-0 lead.
It looks like the World Series will go the distance and seven games for the second straight year.
The World Series starts in San Francisco because the All-Star game was a Giant blowout. Pablo Sandoval, Matt Cain and Melky Cabrera made sure of it.