2012 World Series: Tigers vs. Giants

The Giants had a parade, and you aren't interested

Unless you're a Giants fan!

The 2012 Giants and 725 days of chaos

The Giants have won the World Series in two of the last three seasons, but they've done it with two radically different teams.

2012 postseason popular on TV, social media

Fox-TV's ratings were strong, at least for Game 4.

Bruce Bochy, future Hall of Fame manager?

The low-key manager of the Giants could be on his way to a date with Cooperstown.

Did the Giants make a mistake in leaving New York?

Sure, the world champions are a great success now, but for decades it looked as if Horace Stoneham made a terrible mistake in moving his team to San Francisco -- and regardless of what happened later, maybe he did.

Who should win this year's Babe Ruth Award?

With the Giants winning their second World's Championship in three years, now we can get down to the serious business of choosing the most valuable player in this year's postseason.

Giants fans savor World Series title

The San Francisco Giants are World Series champions once more. After fifty years in the Bay Area without a single title, the Giants have now won two championships in the last three years.

Tigers fans reeling after World Series sweep

The San Francisco Giants completed their stunning sweep of the Detroit Tigers on Monday evening, defeating the Tigers 4-3 in 10 innings to claim their second championship in three years.

Giants' World Series celebration, in GIFs!

Reliving the San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series celebration from Sunday night with a collection of the best GIFs from the wild scene.

Empty boxes

The Giants partied in style, long after the final out was recorded

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Giants' championship parade announced

The Giants will celebrate a World Series title at City Hall for the second time in three years.

Giants beat Tigers 4-3 to complete Series sweep

It wasn't easy, but Marco Scutaro's two-out RBI single in the 10th was the difference as the San Francisco Giants beat the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in Game 4 of the World Series, to complete the sweep and capture their second championship in three years.

Orange rubber bands or not, Lincecum dominates

Despite MLB telling Tim Lincecum to remove rubber bands on his wrist, the new reliever has continued to dominate the postseason and World Series

Giants/Tigers Game 4: Time, TV schedule and more

The Giants go for a World Series sweep Sunday night.

Why the Tigers are done

If you're down two games to none in the World Series, you still have a reasonable chance of coming back. Three games to none? Fuhgeddaboudit.

Another shutout, Giants beat Tigers 2-0 in Game 3

The Giants took a 3-0 lead in the World Series, dispatching the Tigers 2-0 in Game 3.

Why the Tigers still aren't done

Think this World Series is over? Think again.

Giants/Tigers Game 3: Time, TV schedule and more

Can the Tigers turn this World Series around in Game 3?

Leyland, some Tigers not big fans off-day workout

The art of the workout day, and why the Tigers approached MLB officials and wanted out.

Miguel Cabrera and the trade that won a pennant

Five years ago, the Tigers traded away their two best prospects. They, uh, don't think about that part of the trade too often.

San Francisco Pandas in the wild (and their king)

This one speaks for itself, I think: " ... often referred to as a 'dug out'."

Giants fans grateful for Bumgarner's return

The Giants may have found a way to come away with a World Series title without the help of Madison Bumgarner, but Grant Brisbee of McCovey Chronicles is glad that the young left-hander decided to turn things around in Game 2 nevertheless.

Tigers fans stressing out: "EVERYBODY PANIC!"

The Detroit Tigers did their best impression of the Yankees' postseason offense in in Game 2 Thursday night, managing just two hits off of Madison Bumgarner and the Giants' bullpen.

Giants beat Tigers 2-0 in Game 2, up 2-0 in Series

There never was any sort of hitting explosion in Game 2 of the World Series, but San Francisco's pitchers -- led by starter Madison Bumgarner -- held Detroit to only two hits on their way to a 2-0 victory.

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