The Giants took a commanding lead in the World Series last night, going up 3-0 after defeating the Tigers by a score of 2-0 for the second straight game. Here are five things you didn’t know about the game.
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.
Check out these five facts from Game 1 of the World Series that you may not have known.
It looks like the World Series will go the distance and seven games for the second straight year.
The Pittsburgh Pirates rallied to tie the game in the seventh inning, but Detroit regained the lead in the eighth and held on for a 3-2 win Sunday afternoon at PNC Park.
Brad Lincoln allowed two hits and a run in six innings, Andrew McCutchen hit a three-run homer and the Pittsburgh Pirates won for the sixth time in seven games with a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
A.J. Burnett pitched six shutout innings to win his seventh consecutive start and the Pittsburgh Pirates won for the fifth time in six games, 4-1 over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.
Max Scherzer struck out 15 – the most by a Detroit pitcher in 40 years – and the Tigers rallied for him with three runs in the seventh inning to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 on Sunday.
Andrew McCutchen hit a pair of two-run homers and A.J. Burnett pitched six solid innings to lead Pittsburgh to a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
With the crowd on its feet in anticipation of Justin Verlander’s third no-hitter, the Detroit ace threw a sharp breaking ball, just off the outside corner. Josh Harrison stuck his bat out and flicked a soft line drive agonizingly toward center field
Detroit Tigers Manager Jim Leyland joins Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook before heading down to spring training.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Fielder signed a nine-year, $214 million contract with Detroit Tuesday.
After a season high four-game winning streak, the Pirates had the opportunity to make it five in a row as well as a chance to get back to that .500 mark Sunday afternoon over at PNC Park. The pitching was again solid, but Paul Maholm continues to be the victim of no run support when he takes the mound as the Bucs fell to the Detroit Tigers 2-0.
It is a statistical fact that when the Pirates sellout PNC Park, or even come close, they perform better on the field. Whether there’s a correlation between the two, or if it’s just a fluke, fans may never know; but it held up once again Saturday night as the Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 6-2.
The Pirates right fielder, who went 2-for-4 with a two-run double and scored twice, joined 93-7 The Fan’s Chris Mueller after an interleague victory over the Detroit Tigers.