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Latest Jim Leyland Items
The bump on Doug Fister's head from a hard line drive was much less of a concern for the Detroit Tigers' pitcher than the 2-0 hole his team needs to climb out of in the World Series.
Justin Verlander already lost. Doug Fister pitched gamely, but his fine effort wasn't good enough either.
A Giant dose of small ball, and suddenly San Francisco finds itself in a most unique position — way ahead in a postseason series.
Those postseason struggles that plagued Justin Verlander his first two trips to the postseason looked to be a thing of the past this year.
A frustrating fourth inning for Detroit.
Somehow, Doug Fister appears to be OK.
The Babe. Mr. October. El Hombre. And now Kung Fu Panda.
Game 1 of the 2012 World Series is in the books. Pablo Sandoval hit three home runs and the San Francisco Giants cruised to an 8-3 rout of the Detroit Tigers behind Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum.
Way back in spring training, Hunter Pence hit a wicked grounder that smacked Miguel Cabrera in the face. A few months later, Pablo Sandoval launched a bases-loaded triple off Justin Verlander in the All-Star game.