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2012 World Series

2012 World Series

The 2012 World Series was played between San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers. San Fransisco Giants swept Detroit Tigers 4-0 to win the World Series title twice in three years.

San Francisco Giants are the National League Championship winners who beat St. Louis Cardinals 4-3, while Detroit Tigers swept New York Yankees 4-0 to win the American League Championship series.

The 2012 World Series is the 108th edition of Major League Baseball's championship series. It is a best-of-seven playoff. The home field advantage went to the National League who won the All-Star Game 8-0 in Kansas City, Missouri on 10 July 2012.


San Francisco Giants wins the world series sweeping Detroit Tigers 4-0

1October 24Detroit Tigers - 3, San Francisco Giants - 8AT&T Park3:2642,855
2October 25Detroit Tigers - 0, San Francisco Giants - 2AT&T Park3:0542,982
3October 27San Francisco Giants - 2, Detroit Tigers - 0Comerica Park3:2542,262
4October 28San Francisco Giants - 4, Detroit Tigers - 3Comerica Park3:3442,152


St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Lance Berkman has predicted that Detroit Tigers will win the 2012 World Series. "The Tigers have it set up perfectly. If I'm handicapping this thing, as a neutral third party observer, I've got the Tigers winning it in five or six games.", said Berkman.

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