The NLCS MVP lined a 3-1 pitch from Phil Coke into center field for a go-ahead single in the top of the 10th inning, giving San Francisco a 4-3 lead.
Scutaro entered that at-bat hitting .714 with runners in scoring position this postseason.
Infante, grimacing in pain, came out of the game for a pinch-runner. Detroit can only hope the second baseman’s hand isn’t broken.
Gerald Laird grounded into a force play and Game 4 of the World Series is headed to extra innings tied 3-all.
The battle of the bullpens should favor the Giants, who have more depth out there and more left-handers to match up with.View Entire Story
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