Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - The San Francisco Giants needed 10 innings and
another clutch hit from Marco Scutaro to capture their second World Series
title in three years with a 4-3 Game 4 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Scutaro, the NLCS MVP, hit a two-out humpback liner off Phil Coke in the 10th
that bounced in front of center fielder Austin Jackson and knocked in Ryan
Theriot from second to break the 3-3 deadlock.
Sergio Romo retired the top of Detroit's lineup in succession to finish off
the sudden sweep of the American League champs and give the franchise its
seventh World Series championship.
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