Tuesday, October 23, 2012

World series

  • 2012 World Series Preview - Detroit Tigers vs. San Francisco Giants

    The San Francisco Giants eye their second World Series title in three years, as they kick off the 108th edition of the Fall Classic against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday at AT&T Park.


  • Live discussion: World Series preview

    The San Francisco Giants will take on the Detroit Tigers in the World Series this year, and Times baseball columnist Bill Shaikin, Dodgers writer Dylan Hernandez and Angels writer Mike DiGiovanna will discuss the upcoming Fall Classic today at 11:30 in ...


  • World Series: Cabrera, Tigers vs Posey, Giants

    Closer Brian Wilson helped San Francisco win the 2010 World Series, but is out this season because of an elbow injury. The bearded reliever became a loud cheerleader in the dugout as the Giants overcame a 2-0 deficit against Cincinnati in the best-of ...


  • World Series is baseball's October comedy classic

    If St. Louis had won Game 7 of the NLCS on Monday, then two teams with 88 regular-season wins apiece would have met in the Series.


  • World Series matchup pits red-hot Giants against well-rested Tigers — Post ...

    The Washington Post's Jason Reid and Dan Steinberg preview the World Series, which starts on Wednesday night in San Francisco.


  • World Series of Fighting Announces Bas Rutten, Todd Harris as Broadcast Team

    The World Series of Fighting has undergone another change in the broadcast booth, as former World Extreme Cagefighting commentator Todd Harris and Bas Rutten will now call the action during the Las Vegas-based promotion's debut event on Nov. 3.


  • Our World Series coverage begins later today

    I am en route to San Francisco to begin coverage of the World Series between Detroit and San Francisco for the Journal Sentinel and jsonline.


  • Giants on to World Series with 9-0 win over Cards

    The World Series is back in the Bay Area - two years after the Giants won their first championship in San Francisco. "We showed up here to win," Pagan said.


  • Splendid -- but splintered

    The elbow swelled, and Williams hit .200 in the World Series (5-for-25, all singles). The Red Sox lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games.


  • World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Profile -- Jacob Balsiger

    This week, Card Player will be looking at each of 2012 World Series of Poker main event final tablists, starting with the shortest stacks and working our way up to the chip leader.


  • World Series 2012: Detroit Tigers vs. San Francisco Giants

    Detroit Tigers celebrate after sweeping the Yankees in the 2012 ALCS (Perlman) It was last Thursday when the Tigers swept the Yankees to advance to the World Series. They'll have nearly a week off before they play Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday.


  • Buster Posey leads Giants back to World Series

    From his prowess behind the plate, shepherding the staff through its ups and downs, to the bat that delivered the National League batting title, Posey is the biggest reason why the Giants are back in the World Series for the second time in his three ...


  • Six key players to watch in World Series

    We finally know the World Series participants and maybe it's good news the second wild-card team didn't reach the World Series. Instead, we do end up with two first-place teams and two of the game's historic franchises. Here are three key players from ...


  • A Pounding, Then a Soaking

    All month long, the Giants wobbled along the precipice of elimination. They earned a place in the National League Championship Series only by winning three consecutive games away from home against the Cincinnati Reds during a best-of-five division ...


  • Giants move on to World Series beating Cardinals 9-0

    SAN FRANCISCO - In a postseason full of twists and turns, the San Francisco Giants are headed back to the World Series after a remarkable comeback against the defending champs.


  • World Series 2012 Schedule: Dates, Times, TV Listing For San Francisco Giants ...

    Barring an unforeseen change, Verlander will be on the bump at AT&T Park on Wednesday. The Giants won't have the benefit of much rest but have proven that they should never be counted out.


  • World Series 2012: Early story lines for a Giants vs. Tigers Fall Classic

    Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera and Giants catcher Buster Posey could end up as MVP of their respective leagues, which would make them the first MVPs from the same season to play in the same World Series since 1988 when Kirk Gibson's Los ...


  • Giants advance to World Series with 9-0 victory over Cardinals

    For the second time in three years, the Giants are headed to the World Series. They took all the suspense out of Game 7 of the National League Championship Series in a hurry, scoring seven runs in the first three innings of a 9-0 victory and sending ...


  • Giants rout Cardinals to reach World Series

    (Reuters) - The San Francisco Giants routed the St. Louis Cardinals 9-0 in Game Seven of the National League Championship Series on Monday to complete a stunning comeback and advance to the World Series against the Detroit Tigers. The Giants, the ...


  • Barry Zito ready for World Series opportunity

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Barry Zito is the man. Just ask him. Left off the roster completely when the San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series, Zito is the probable starter in Wednesday's Game 1 this time. Manager Bruce Bochy will make his official ...


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