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Tigers Vs. Giants: Five Things You Didn’t Know From Game 4 Of The World Series

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.


Justin Verlander (Getty Images/Jamie Squire)

Verlander Says World Series Losses Get Harder

“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 (Sandra McNeill)

Prince Fielder On World Series Loss: ‘It’s Not That Bad’

Prince Fielder kept up his usual good spirits after the Tigers were swept in four World Series games by the San Francisco Giants.

CBS Detroit–10/29/2012

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - OCTOBER 24: Pablo Sandoval #48 of the San Francisco Giants rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run to center field against Al Alburquerque #62 of the Detroit Tigers in the fifth inning during Game One of the Major League Baseball World Series at AT&T Park on October 24, 2012 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Most Valuable Panda: Sandoval Is World Series MVP

Pablo Sandoval, the Kung Fu Panda, was voted World Series MVP following the San Francisco Giants’ sweep of Detroit. He hit .500 with three home runs, a double and four RBIs in 16 Series at-bats.

CBS Detroit–10/29/2012

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Recap: Detroit Stars Were No Match For Giants In Sweep

“I’m disappointed for Mr. Ilitch. We wanted this bad for him,” Leyland said. “But when you’ve been in the game a long time, somebody wins and somebody loses.”

CBS Detroit–10/29/2012

Miguel Cabrera #24 of the Detroit Tigers reacts after being struck out swinging against Matt Cain #18 of the San Francisco Giants in the sixth inning during Game Four of the Major League Baseball World Series at Comerica Park on October 28, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. (Getty Images/Ezra Shaw).

Tigers Fans Deal With Disappointing World Series Loss

Tigers fans are dealing with their disappointment Monday morning after their team is swept out of the World Series.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/29/2012

Miguel Cabrera.

Cabrera’s Homer Not Enough For Tigers

Miguel Cabrera stood at the plate and watched one last pitch sail by: strike three to end Detroit’s season.

97.1 The Ticket–10/29/2012

Omar Infante #4 of the Detroit Tigers gets assisted by the team trainer Kevin Rand and manager Jim Leyland #10 after being hit by a pitch from Santiago Casilla of San Francisco Giants. (Getty Images/Ezra Shaw)

Double Whammy: Infante Breaks Hand In World Series Loss

Detroit second baseman Omar Infante broke his left hand when he was hit by a pitch in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series.

97.1 The Ticket–10/29/2012

Detroit Tigers Miguel Cabrera celebrates two-run homer with Prince Fielder. (Getty Images/Ezra Shaw)

Giants Sweep Tigers, Win The World Series (Postgame Video)

A two-out RBI single by Marco Scutaro broke a three-all tie in the tenth inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the Detroit Tigers 4-3 sweeping the 2012 Major League Baseball World Series four games to none.

97.1 The Ticket–10/28/2012

Alex Avila of the Detroit Tigers. (Getty Images/Alex Trautwig)

Alex Avila Out Of Lineup For Tigers Game 4

Already down three games to none in the World Series, the Tigers had to scratch catcher Alex Avila from their Game 4 lineup.

97.1 The Ticket–10/28/2012




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