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Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend


The Dodgers and Giants square off in San Francisco’s AT&T Park which is an important NL West series

First Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) 4Q Series of the Weekend: Los Angeles Dodgers (56-47) @ San Francisco Giants (57-45)
3) 4Q AL Series to Watch this Weekend: Detroit Tigers (57-42) @ Los Angeles Angels (60-41)
4) 4Q NL Series to Watch this Weekend: Washington Nationals (55-44) @ Cincinnati Reds (51-50)

Second Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) Love watch continues
2) NBA FA tracker
3) NHL FA tracker
4) Couture still isn’t over how the Sharks season ended (duh, neither am I)

Third Quarter: Weekend Scoreboards

1) PGA/LPGA/Champions Leaderboards
2) MLS scoreboard
3) MiLB scoreboard
4) WNBA scoreboard

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1) Sports broadcasters as Simpsons characters
2) Michelle Beadle does the right thing, even if it’s a shot at a “co-worker”
3) Lee Jenkins on the Padres great uniforms
4) What the Matt Besler and Graham Zusi signings mean for soccer in America

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2014 Posts: 133

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend


Seven bowl games this weekend (including the Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park tonight) plus many important NFL games Sunday. Photo from the Fight Hunger Bowl

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scores
2) 4Q Game of the Night – Phoenix Suns (17-10) @ Golden State Warriors, 9:30 pm
3) NHL scores
4) 4Q Game of the Night – Colorado Avalanche (23-10-3, 49 pts) @ Chicago Blackhawks (26-7-6, 58 pts), 7 pm

Second Quarter: 4Q Weekend Bowl Lineup

Friday
1) Military Bowl (Annapolis, MD): Marshall Thundering Herd (9-4) v. Maryland Terrapins (7-5), 1:30 pm/ESPN
2) Texas Bowl (Houston, TX): Syracuse Orange (6-6) v. Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-4), 5 pm/ESPN
3) Fight Hunger Bowl (San Francisco, CA): BYU Cougars (8-4) v. Washington Huskies (8-4), 8:30 pm/ESPN

Saturday
4) Pinstripe Bowl (Bronx, N.Y.): Rutgers Scarlet Knights (6-6) v. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-4), 11 am/ESPN
5) Belk Bowl (Charlotte, N.C.): Cincinnati Bearcats (9-3) v. North Carolina Tar Heels (6-6), 2:20 pm/ESPN
6) Russell Athletic Bowl (Orlando, FL): Miami (FL) Hurricanes (9-3) v. 18 Louisville Cardinals (11-1), 5:45 pm/ESPN
7) Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl (Tempe, AZ): Michigan Wolverines (7-5) v. Kansas State Wildcats (7-5), 9:15 pm/ESPN

Third Quarter: 4Q NFL Games of the Week

1) Baltimore Ravens (8-7) @ Cincinnati Bengals (10-5), Noon/CBS
2) Green Bay Packers (7-7-1) @ Chicago Bears (8-7), 3:25 pm/FOX
3) San Francisco 49ers (11-4) @ Arizona Cardinals (10-5), 3:25 pm/FOX
4) Sunday Night Football: Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) @ Dallas Cowboys (8-7), 7:30 pm/NBC

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1) Don Banks gives you a NFL “black” Monday primer
2) Dispatches from Bowlvania: Bless everyone!
3) Honeymoon is over in Winnipeg?
4) Bowl game/NFL broadcasters

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2013 Posts: 292

Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links!


This Desmond Howard photo  is drawing similar interest to Johnny Football. Photo by Getty Images

First Quarter: Starter Links

1) Trevor Plouffe catch and Fountain Mom photos and video 
2) John Axford ticket exchange? Greatful Dead Night in San Francisco
3) Mad Chatter from Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World Herald
4) Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star and his Twitter Tuesday

Second Quarter: College Football

1) With a few weeks until college football begins here’s a list of Heisman contenders
2) Why Alabama fans care the most? Errr are the most hardcore
3) Texas A&M chooses the same lawyers that Auburn used a couple years ago
4) How about a Steve Spurrier article?

Third Quarter: 4Q Potpourri (NBA, NFL, NHL, College Sports)

1) NBA – John Wall working with the “Glove” to improve
2) NFL – Vince Young is back in the NFL
3) NHL – Today’s 30 for 30 on NHL.com is the San Jose Sharks
4) CFB – Johnny Football and Desmond Howard

Fourth Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) Detroit remains hot last night in Cleveland
3) Bud Selig’s legacy 
4) Another A-Rod story

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2013 Posts: 189

2013 World Baseball Classic Predictions Sure to go Wrong

The third edition of the World Baseball Classic begins today (March 1). The field is again 16-teams in the field with first round sites in Fukuoka, Taichung, San Juan and Phoenix. Japan comes in as the back-to-back champion, so the question is can they be dethroned?

Here’s the tournament breakdown, round one the top two teams will advance to round two with the top team teams in each going to the semifinals which will then play for the title. Without delay here are my 2013 WBC predictions sure to go wrong.

Teams advancing are bolded:

Round One (Top Two Teams in Each Pool Advance)

Pool A (Fukuoka Dome/Fukuoka, Japan) – March 2-6

Brazil
China
Cuba – Pool A Runner-Up
Japan – Pool A Champion

Pool B (Taichung Intercontinental Baseball Stadium/Taichung, Taiwan) – March 2-5

Australia
Chinese Taipei
Netherlands – Pool B Runner-Up
South Korea – Pool B Champion

Pool C (Hiram Bithorn Stadium/San Juan, Puerto Rico)

Dominican Republic – Pool C Champion
Puerto Rico
Spain
Venezuela – Pool C Runner-Up

Pool D (Chase Field/Phoenix, Arizona and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick/Scottsdale, Arizona)

Canada
Italy
Mexico – Pool D Runner-Up
United States – Pool D Champion

Round Two (Top Two Teams Advance to Semifinals)

Pool One (Tokyo Dome/Tokyo, Japan)
Cuba – Pool One Runner-Up
Japan – Pool One Winner
Netherlands
South Korea

Pool Two (Marlins Park/Miami, Florida)
Dominican Republic – Pool Two Runner-Up
Mexico
United States – Pool Two Winner
Venezuela

Championship Round (Pool One and Two Winner and Runner-Up)

Semifinals/Finals (AT&T Park/San Francisco, California)

Semifinal: Dominican Republic (Pool Two Runner-Up) v. Japan (Pool One Winner)
Semifinal: Cuba (Pool One Runner-Up) v. United States (Pool Two Winner)

Finals: Japan v. United States

Previous World Baseball Classic Champions
2006 – Japan
2009 – Japan

MLB.com WBC Page
2013 Information
WBC Scoreboard and Bracket

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2013 Posts: 67

2012 MLB Postseason Results: Post World Series

After each round of the Major League Baseball playoffs I’ll update the results

San Francisco Giants players celebrate after defeating the Detroit Tigers to win the MLB World Series baseball championship in Detroit
The San Francisco Giants won their 7th World Series title after sweeping the Detroit Tigers. Photo by Rebecca Cook/Reuters

Wildcard Friday – 10/05/12

National League: St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ Atlanta Braves 3 – Turner Field
American League: Baltimore Orioles 5 @ Texas Rangers 1 – Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

Divisional Series –

American League

Baltimore Orioles v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 7): New York Yankees 7 @ Baltimore Orioles 2 (NYY 1-0) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 2 (October 8): New York Yankees 2 @ Baltimore Orioles 3 (Series Tied 1-1) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 3 (October 10): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 3 F/12 (NYY 2-1) – Yankee Stadium
Game 4 (October 11): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 1 F/13 (Series Tied 2-2) – Yankee Stadium
Game 5 (October 12): Balrimore Orioles 3 @ New York Yankees 1 (New York Wins Series 3-2) – Yankee Stadium

Detroit Tigers v. Oakland Athletics
Game 1 (October 6): Oakland Athletics 1 @ Detroit Tigers 3 (DET 1-0) – Comerica Park
Game 2 (October 7): Oakland Athletics 4 @ Detroit Tigers 5 (DET 2-0) – Comerica Park
Game 3 (October 9): Detroit Tigers 0 @ Oakland Athletics 2 (DET 2-1) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 4 (October 10): Detroit Tigers 3 @ Oakland Athletics 4 (Series Tied 2-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 5 (October 11): Detroit Tigers 6 @ Oakland Athletics 0 (Detroit Wins Series 3-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. Washington Nationals
Game 1 (October 7): Washington Nationals 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 2 (WSH 1-0) – Busch Stadium
Game 2 (October 8): Washington Nationals 4 @ St. Louis Cardinals 12 (Series Tied 1-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 3 (October 10): St. Louis Cardinals 8 @ Washington Nationals 0 (STL 2-1) – Nationals Park
Game 4 (October 11): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ Washington Nationals 2 (Series Tied 2-2 – Nationals Park
Game 5 (October 12): St. Louis Cardinals 9 @ Washington Nationals 7 (St. Louis Wins Series 3-2) – Nationals Park

San Francisco Giants v. Cincinnati Reds
Game 1 (October 6): Cincinnati Reds 5 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (CIN 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 7): Cincinnati Reds 9 @ San Francisco Giants 0 (CIN 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 9): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Cincinnati Reds 1 F/10 (CIN 2-1) – Great American Ballpark
Game 4 (October 10): San Francisco Giants 8 @ Cincinnati Reds 3 (Series Tied 2-2) – Great American Ballpark
Game 5 (October 11): San Francisco Giants 6@ Cincinnati Reds 4 (San Francisco Wins Series 3-2) – Great American Ballpark

League Championship Series –

American League

Detroit Tigers v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 13): Detroit Tigers 6 @ New York Yankees 4 F/12 (DET 1-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 2 (October 14): Detroit Tigers 3 @ New York Yankees 0 (DET 2-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 3 (October 16): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 2 (DET 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 17): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 8 (Detroit Wins Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 14): St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ San Francisco Giants 4 (STL 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 15): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 7 (Series Tied 1-1) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 17): San Francisco Giants 1 @ St. Louis Cardinals 3 (STL 2-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 4 (October 18): San Francisco Giants 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 8 (STL 3-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 5 (October 19): San Francisco Giants 5 @ St. Louis Cardinals 0 (STL 3-2) – Busch Stadium
Game 6 (October 21): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 5 (Series Tied 3-3) – AT&T Park
Game 7 (October 22): St. Louis Cardinals 0 @ San Francisco Giants 9 (San Francisco Wins Series 4-3) – AT&T Park

World Series –

Detroit Tigers v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 24): Detroit Tigers 3 @ San Francisco Giants 8 (SF 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 25): Detroit Tigers 0 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (SF 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 27): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Detroit Tigers 0 (SF 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 28): San Francisco Giants 4 @ Detroit Tigers 3 F/10 (San Francisco Giants Wins World Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

San Francisco Giants win seventh World Series title in franchise history (1905, ’21, ’22, ’33, ’54, 2010, ’12)
Second World Series title in three seasons for San Francisco (won in 2010)
World Series MVP: Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants

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Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend


Madison Bumgarner put the Giants up 2-0 in the World Series after San Francisco won 2-0 over Detroit in game two. Photo by US Presswire

First Quarter: MLB 2012 World Series

1) MLB scoreboard
2) Madison Bumgarner returned to the starting rotation and silenced the Tiger bats
3) World Series Game 2: Detroit Tigers 0 (LP: D. Fister) @ San Francisco Giants (WP: M. Bumgarner) 2, SF 2-0
4) World Series Game 3 (SF 2-0): San Francisco Giants/R. Vogelsong @ Detroit Tigers/A. Sanchez, 7 pm/FOX

Second Quarter: 4Quarters College Football Games to Watch Week 9

1) 2 Florida Gators (7-0, 6-0 SEC) v. 10 Georgia Bulldogs (6-1, 4-1 SEC) Game played in Jacksonville, 2:30 pm/CBS
2) 14 Texas Tech Red Raiders (6-1, 3-1 Big XII) @ 3 Kansas State Wildcats (7-0, 4-0 Big XII), 2:30 pm/FOX
3) 5 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7-0) @ 8 Oklahoma Sooners (5-1, 3-1 Big XII), 7 pm/ABC
4) 11 Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-0, 3-0 SEC) @ 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (7-0, 4-0 SEC), 7:30 pm/ESPN

Third Quarter: NFL Week 8

1) NFL Scoreboard
2) Seattle Seahawks (4-3) @ Detroit Lions (2-4), Noon/FOX
3) Washington Redskins (3-4) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (3-3), Noon/FOX
4) New York Giants (5-2) @ Dallas Cowboys (3-3), 3:25/FOX

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1) Katie Baker on the New York Islanders move west … to Brooklyn
2) Grant Wahl on Copa America 2016
3) David Stern to RETIRE!!!!!!! In 2014
4) Awful Announcing gives you your week’s College Football and NFL announcing teams

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

Thursday w/ 4Quarters

Almost done with the week here are four Thursday topics for you to enjoy


Pablo Sandoval hit 3-HR’s Wednesday night to help power San Francisco to a 8-3 game one win over Detroit. Photo by AP

First Quarter: MLB 2012 World Series

1) MLB Scoreboard
2) Pablo Sandoval joined Albert Pujols (2011), Reggie Jackson (1977) and Babe Ruth (1926) to hit three home runs in a World Series game
3) World Series Game 1: Detroit Tigers 3 (LP: J. Verlander) @ San Franciscisco Giants 8 (WP: B. Zito), SF 1-0
4) World Series Game 2 (SF 1-0): Detroit Tigers/D. Fister @ San Francisco Giants/M. Bumgarner, 7 pm/FOX

Second Quarter: College Football

1) 18 Clemson Tigers (6-1, 3-1 ACC) @ Wake Forest Demon Deacons (4-3, 2-3 ACC), 6:30 pm/ESPN
2) What game are you most looking forward to this weekend?
3) 4Q FCS Game of the Week: Delaware Blue Hens (5-2, 2-2 CAA) @ Old Dominion Monarchs (6-1, 3-1 CAA)
4) ACC Game I Won’t Mention Friday: Maryland Terrapins (4-3, 2-1 ACC) @ Boston College Eagles (1-6, 0-4 ACC)

Third Quarter: NFL

1) Thursday Night Football: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-4) @ Minnesota Vikings (5-2), 7:20 pm/NFL Network
2) Can the Falcons remain unbeaten?
3) NFL Game that won’t make tomorrow’s cut: Oakland Raiders (2-4) @ Kansas City Chiefs (1-5)
4) 5th Best Game that will just miss the cut: Indianapolis Colts (3-3) @ Tennessee Titans (3-4)

Fourth Quarter: Thursday Links

1) Joe Posnanski on the art of broadcasting with Bob Costas
2) Awesome story from Amy K Nelson
3) WS Game one recap
4) The Islanders will be moving inland

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The Wednesday Edition

It’s the middle of the week!

Acquiring Marco Scutaro proves to be another quiet move that pays off big for the Giants. (US Presswire)
Game one of the 2012 World Series is tonight expect NLCS MVP Marco Scutaro and the Giants to be ready for the Tigers. Photo by US Presswire

First Quarter: MLB

1) Today’s schedule
2) Will Detroit have rust in game one of the World Series?
3) Can San Francisco get back up emotionally for game one?
4) World Series Game 1: Detroit Tigers/J. Verlander @ San Francisco Giants/B. Zito, 7 pm FOX

Second Quarter: College Football

1) Midweek Sun Belt: Arkansas State put up 50 on Louisiana-Lafayette
2) ESPN College Gameday is in Norman, Oklahoma for the match-up of 5 Notre Dame (7-0) at 8 Oklahoma (5-1, 3-1 Big XII)
3) Sneaky good match-up of the weekend? Fresno State (5-3) @ New Mexico (4-4)
4) How did the picks turn out between Jerry and I this past weekend? Find out Thursday

Third Quarter: NFL

1) What game has your attention this weekend?
2) Tomorrow Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network
3) 5-0 teams: Atlanta Falcons
4) Fired Coach Watch: Looking your way Cleveland (1-5)

Fourth Quarter: Leftover Links

1) What are the Pittsburgh Pirates doing?
2) SI.com World Series preview/CBS Sportsline preview/ MLB.com preview
3) Tim Brown on how the Tigers bullpen could be troublesome in the Fall Classic
4) NHL Lockout update

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Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links!

The Giants celebrate after defeating the Cardinals to advance to the World Series after Game 7 in their MLB NLCS playoff baseball series in San Francisco
San Francisco won their 19th NL pennant and ending St. Louis title reign. Photo by Danny Moloshok/Reuters

First Quarter: Starter Links

1) Stu Hackel on who likes the NHL Lockout
2) Here is a NBA link for you
3) Mad Chatter from Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World Herald
4) Sam Mellinger of the Twitter Tuesday

Second Quarter: MLB

1) Today’s games
2) San Francisco was singing in the rain last night
3) 2012 World Series schedule between Detroit Tigers v. San Francisco Giants
4) NLCS Game 7 recap

Third Quarter: College Football

1) Dan Wetzel says Penn State is still acting like … Penn State
2) Tony Barnhart’s CFB what we learned
3) Mack Brown seems to now dislike the Longhorn Network
4) Forde Yard Dash and Gene Wojo’s BMOC

Fourth Quarter: NFL

1) Firing your GM makes sense
2) C’mon this Bears this hit was fine by Suh
3) NFL Power Rankings (ESPN
4) As the Saints turn

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2012 MLB Postseason Results: Post League Championship Series

After each round of the Major League Baseball playoffs I’ll update the results. And yes all times are of the central time zone.

The Giants celebrate after defeating the Cardinals to advance to the World Series after Game 7 in their MLB NLCS playoff baseball series in San Francisco
San Francisco beat St. Louis 9-0 in game 7 of the NLCS and will face Detroit in the World Series. Photo by LUCY NICHOLSON/REUTERS

Wildcard Friday – 10/05/12

National League: St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ Atlanta Braves 3 – Turner Field
American League: Baltimore Orioles 5 @ Texas Rangers 1 – Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

Divisional Series –

American League

Baltimore Orioles v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 7): New York Yankees 7 @ Baltimore Orioles 2 (NYY 1-0) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 2 (October 8): New York Yankees 2 @ Baltimore Orioles 3 (Series Tied 1-1) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 3 (October 10): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 3 F/12 (NYY 2-1) – Yankee Stadium
Game 4 (October 11): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 1 F/13 (Series Tied 2-2) – Yankee Stadium
Game 5 (October 12): Balrimore Orioles 3 @ New York Yankees 1 (New York Wins Series 3-2) – Yankee Stadium

Detroit Tigers v. Oakland Athletics
Game 1 (October 6): Oakland Athletics 1 @ Detroit Tigers 3 (DET 1-0) – Comerica Park
Game 2 (October 7): Oakland Athletics 4 @ Detroit Tigers 5 (DET 2-0) – Comerica Park
Game 3 (October 9): Detroit Tigers 0 @ Oakland Athletics 2 (DET 2-1) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 4 (October 10): Detroit Tigers 3 @ Oakland Athletics 4 (Series Tied 2-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 5 (October 11): Detroit Tigers 6 @ Oakland Athletics 0 (Detroit Wins Series 3-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. Washington Nationals
Game 1 (October 7): Washington Nationals 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 2 (WSH 1-0) – Busch Stadium
Game 2 (October 8): Washington Nationals 4 @ St. Louis Cardinals 12 (Series Tied 1-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 3 (October 10): St. Louis Cardinals 8 @ Washington Nationals 0 (STL 2-1) – Nationals Park
Game 4 (October 11): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ Washington Nationals 2 (Series Tied 2-2 – Nationals Park
Game 5 (October 12): St. Louis Cardinals 9 @ Washington Nationals 7 (St. Louis Wins Series 3-2) – Nationals Park

San Francisco Giants v. Cincinnati Reds
Game 1 (October 6): Cincinnati Reds 5 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (CIN 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 7): Cincinnati Reds 9 @ San Francisco Giants 0 (CIN 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 9): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Cincinnati Reds 1 F/10 (CIN 2-1) – Great American Ballpark
Game 4 (October 10): San Francisco Giants 8 @ Cincinnati Reds 3 (Series Tied 2-2) – Great American Ballpark
Game 5 (October 11): San Francisco Giants 6@ Cincinnati Reds 4 (San Francisco Wins Series 3-2) – Great American Ballpark

League Championship Series –

American League

Detroit Tigers v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 13): Detroit Tigers 6 @ New York Yankees 4 F/12 (DET 1-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 2 (October 14): Detroit Tigers 3 @ New York Yankees 0 (DET 2-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 3 (October 16): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 2 (DET 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 17): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 8 (Detroit Wins Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 14): St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ San Francisco Giants 4 (STL 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 15): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 7 (Series Tied 1-1) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 17): San Francisco Giants 1 @ St. Louis Cardinals 3 (STL 2-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 4 (October 18): San Francisco Giants 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 8 (STL 3-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 5 (October 19): San Francisco Giants 5 @ St. Louis Cardinals 0 (STL 3-2) – Busch Stadium
Game 6 (October 21): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 5 (Series Tied 3-3) – AT&T Park
Game 7 (October 22): St. Louis Cardinals 0 @ San Francisco Giants 9 (San Francisco Wins Series 4-3) – AT&T Park

World Series –

Detroit Tigers v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 24): @ San Francisco – AT&T Park, 7 pm/FOX
Game 2 (October 25): @ San Francisco – AT&T Park, 7 pm/FOX
Game 3 (October 27): @ Detroit – Comerica Park, 7 pm/FOX
Game 4 (October 28): @ Detroit – Comerica Park, 7 pm/FOX
Game 5 (October 29): @ Detroit – Comerica Park, 7 pm/FOX*
Game 6 (October 31): @ San Francisco – AT&T Park, 7 pm/FOX*
Game 7 (November 1): @ San Francisco – AT&T Park, 7 pm/FOX*

* = If necessary

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