San Francisco Giants
Again and again, it seemed, the sports world in 2012 saw the end of long tales with tragic or, at best, bittersweet endings.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is paying up after losing a wager with its counterpart in San Francisco on the outcome of the World Series.
Great pitching. The Giants starters, bullpen and closer were amazing in this series.
The Giants’ championship formula is a familiar one, just with new faces all over the diamond two years later:
The San Francisco Giants’ sweep of the Detroit Tigers set a record low for the World Series’ television ratings.
Millions of people across the U.S. are expected to “Live Más” on Tuesday when they claim their free Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell between 2 and 6 p.m.
Comparatively, the 1968 World Series, where the Tigers beat the St. Louis Cardinals, drew 27.5 million viewers to game four, according to Nielsen, back in a time when the United States had 100 million fewer people.
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.
“I don’t think you can ever say, ‘I’ve been through this before, it’s easier this time,’ he said. “If anything, it’s a little more difficult.”
Prince Fielder kept up his usual good spirits after the Tigers were swept in four World Series games by the San Francisco Giants.