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For the second time in three years, the San Francisco Giants are World Series champions. The Giants completed the sweep of the Detroit Tigers on Sunday night with a 4-3 victory obtained in ten innings. Marco Scutaro, who was named the MVP of the championship series of the National League, produced the winning run with a single that drove Ryan Theriot at the plate with two outs. Sergio Romo retired the Tigers in order at the end of the tenth to launch the celebrations in the cold air of Michigan. Romo ended the match by freeze Miguel Cabrera with a fastball in the heart of marble, an outcome that epitomizes the incompetence of the Tigers hitters in this series in which they will hit only 20 hits for generate six points. Giants are back at the top of the hierarchy of baseball, those who had eliminated the Texas Rangers in five games in 2010. It is the seventh title in franchise history.

HAT, SAN FRANCISCO!

Pablo Sandoval was named MVP of the World Series. From the first play ball! Series, the Giants were superior to all Tigers in a baseball team can offer. Sunday evening, after removing dual starters and spotless work from both bullpens, they are brothers gathered in the locker room Bruce Bochy who have to pick up the small advantage that the big guns Jim Leyland n ‘ have never been able to provide. During a new hero took the torch to every game for the Giants – think three circuits Sandoval, both hits provided by Madison Bumgarner or presences goals timely Hunter Pence – dynamics Tigers hitters, yet freshly inspired a sweep against the Yankees, watched the action both feet in cement. Their last match was to be their best in the final act.

Cabrera finally resonates with his stick a circuit that gave his team the lead for the first time in the series. Delmon Young then responded immediately after seeing Buster Posey to 3-2 with a bomb to left field in the sixth. But these few strokes of brilliance would be a simple overview of what is lacking in the American League champions in the last chapter of their season. Whereas the Tigers had to deal with a rebuilt bullpen staff to repair the damage caused by the explosion of their stopper Jose Valverde, the Giants never showed the slightest sign of weakness.

Removing the last three batters of the game to catch, Romo completed a round on the 19th without giving point and picked up his third save of the playoffs. He finished the month of October with an average ERA of 0.93. too little too late for the Tigers Double automatic Pence, who was directly involved in three of the four points that had enabled the Giants to win previous two games, followed by a triple from Brandon Belt led the representatives of the National launch the first salvo in a fourth straight game and take a 1-0 lead in the second inning.

Thirdly, with Austin Jackson posted at second baseman, Cabrera took all his frustration and was channeled into a single bound. Result: a seemingly harmless ball fell on the other side of the fence right field. Euphoria in Detroit! The Tigers had to score their first points in 21 rounds. Posey, the only hitter in the lineup for the Giants that can boast to be able to display statistics as gleaming than Cabrera became the spokesman for his team in the sixth when he rolled an offering of Max Scherzer far left field. Was believed then the Tigers six feet under, but were immediately replaced Young in the game with his third circuit of the series, a striking solo bringing the score all three.

After that, the staffs of both teams were reduced to total silence. Starting The Giants Matt Cain ended his evening’s work after the seventh inning. He spaced five hits and two walks and he has given three points are earned. Jeremy Affeldt was succeeded, after giving a base on balls to Avisail Garcia, he withdrew the following three batters taken on more to get rid of the two batters he faced in the ninth. Santiago Casilla followed in his footsteps and ended the inning. Gunner Second Scherzer came in relief in the seventh, Octavio Dotel is passed through the eighth inning without problem. Phil Coke then came to dominate in the ninth through the glove three Giants batters that came in the box for the challenge. coke was then removed seven batters in a row on the catch, but his aura of invincibility would evaporate to the next round. A simple Theriot, a sacrifice bunt by Brandon Crawford and Scutaro single lucky once again placed the Tigers in the cables. This time, the Cats were indeed surrounded.

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