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Pablo Sandoval decided sometime long ago that he was going to swing at the first pitch of his second at-bat.
Another squandered opportunity for the Tigers, who just can't manage to get a big hit.
Angel Pagan put a charge into his fifth-inning drive but Austin Jackson ran it down in deep center. A lot of room out there in spacious Comerica Park.
Gregor Blanco is chasing down line drives in left field, laying down perfect bunts and making run-saving relay throws.
The bunt just wouldn't go foul, despite the best efforts of the Detroit players who gathered around it and tried to will it across the chalk down the third base line. It couldn't go foul, because that might have ruined the whole aura the San Francisco Giants spent two games creating on their way toward taking command of this World Series.
A Giant dose of small ball, and suddenly San Francisco finds itself in a most unique position — way ahead in a postseason series.
Somehow, Doug Fister appears to be OK.
A frustrating fourth inning for Detroit.
Justin Verlander is done after four innings and 98 pitches. He was lifted for a pinch hitter in the top of the fifth with the Tigers trailing the Giants 5-0.