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Smart pitching. Clutch hitting. Sharp fielding. Plus an MVP Panda.
On a ragged baseball diamond in Maracay, Venezuela, its grass tall and infield dirt pockmarked, nearly 200 boys practice for hours every day. Many of them are inspired by the example of Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera, who learned the game on this very field.
That's it. The final score is Giants 2, Tigers 0 for the second consecutive game in this World Series.
You get the feeling the Tigers are never going to get a big hit in this World Series.
Frost coming off their breath, Pablo Sandoval and the San Francisco Giants finished their workout at Comerica Park, headed back to the clubhouse and pulled off their hooded sweatshirts and parkas.
Giants starter Ryan Vogelsong was lifted with two outs in the sixth, after 104 pitches and his fourth walk of the game.
Pablo Sandoval decided sometime long ago that he was going to swing at the first pitch of his second at-bat.
After getting 2 1-3 hitless innings of relief from Tim Lincecum, the Giants are handing the ball to closer Sergio Romo in the ninth. He's trying to nail down a 2-0 win over Detroit for a commanding 3-0 lead in the World Series.
Another squandered opportunity for the Tigers, who just can't manage to get a big hit.