San Francisco Giants
Last week was so much more fun. The Tigers swept the Yankees, the questions about the team’s rust was only theoretical and people were picking the Tigers to win the fall classic for the first time since 1984.
Prince Fielder hasn’t provided the meaty production the Detroit Tigers expect.
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.
The temperature will be chillier and the Detroit Tigers are hoping home field will cool off the San Francisco Giants in the World Series soon.
San Francisco’s Madison Bumgarner and Detroit’s Doug Fister matched each other through six innings, and the Tigers and Giants were tied 0-0 in World Series Game 2 on Thursday night.
The best scene in the great baseball movie “Major League” comes when Harry Doyle (Bob Uecker) reads off the totals from some ugly Indian loss and realizes that the Tribe only recorded one hit.
The Giants’ 8-3 win over the Detroit Tigers set a record low television rating for a World Series opener.
Detroit Tigers starter Doug Fister stayed in the game despite getting hit in the head by a hard line drive off the bat of San Francisco’s Gregor Blanco.
Great start for Madison Bumgarner, who really struggled during the NL playoffs.
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.