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Tigers drop game two.

Posted on October 26, 2012 in Michigan Sports News, Professional Sports News, Sports News - Yooper & Michigan.

The Detroit Tigers offense could only muster two hits in last night’s 2-to-0 loss to the San Francisco Giants in game-two of the World Series at AT&T Park. That puts them in a two-games-to-none hole as the series shifts to Detroit.

Doug Fister got the loss, giving up one run on four hits while striking out three over six-plus innings.

Fister, who took a line drive off the back of his head in the second inning, left the game after allowing Hunter Pence to lead off the seventh with a single.

Madison Bumgarner got the win for San Francisco.

After a day off today, the best of seven series shifts to Detroit for Game Three tomorrow night at Comerica Park.

Anibal Sanchez will get the start for the Tigers, up against Brian Vogelsong of the Giants.

 

By:  Mike Plourde    for Great Lakes Radio Sports

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