2012 World Series: Detroit Tigers Put Up Fight, but Giants Win Title in Extras
Marco Scutaro's two-out RBI single in the 10th inning proved to be the difference as the San Francisco Giants captured their second World Series title in three years, winning 4-3 over the Detroit Tigers to complete a four-game sweep. Sergio Romo ended the game by striking out the side, including Miguel Cabrera for the final out.
For the Tigers, the game saw their best effort by far as they overcame two deficits. But they could not overcome the third and watched their season come to an end in front of a packed house at Comerica Park.
Early, it looked as if San Francisco might just put the game to bed early as they scored again in the second inning on a one-out triple from Brandon Belt. However, starter Max Scherzer managed to limit the damage to that run as he induced a ground out from Gregor... [via Bleacher Report]