3yThe Giants have a 2-0 lead over the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 World Series. As the series shifts east to Comerica Park in Detroit, take a look at the in-depth statistics.
3yEven-keeled as ever, Jim Leyland showed no signs of panic as he addressed the media on Friday afternoon and even made a few jokes as he described how he planned to address his changes.
3yMadison Bumgarner allowed two hits in seven shutout innings while striking out eight in the Giants 2-0 victory. And he was the same ol Bumgarner when asked to compare his outing with his previous two postseason starts.
3yTim Flannery works on the small stuff in spring training, and thanks to the small stuff, the Giants are thinking very, very big headed to Game 3.
3yPrince Fielder is no stranger to home plate collisions with the Giants, but he was denied the opportunity for contact when a perfectly-executed relay changed the course of Game 2.
3yDetroit was the out-and-out favorite going into the World Series, but has been outplayed so far in every aspect, which the Tigers will admit to.
3yFor Northern California native Doug Fister, pitching Game 2 in San Francisco in front of friends and family was an honor. His outing was almost ruined by a line drive off his head, but the Tigers' lanky starter shook it off and pitched a great game, despite the loss.
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