World Series Betting Prediction: San Francisco Giants vs Detroit Tigers Game 4
The Detroit Tigers are on the brink of being swept in the World Series by the San Francisco Giants tonight. After three one-sided games the Giants are up three games, shutting out the Tigers in game three in Detroit.
Game 1 in San Francisco the Giants got a huge pitching performance from Barry Zito who threw 5.2 innings giving up six hits and only one earned run for a 1.59 ERA. He got the nod over Justin Verlander who had a terrible night throwing 4 innings and getting smacked all over the field for 5 earned runs including 3 home runs to Giants batter Pablo Sandoval.
In Game 2 San Francisco showed no signs of slowing up with their tremendous pitching shutting out the Tigers allowing only two hits in a two to nothing victory. Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner pitched great throwing 7 innings, striking out 8, allowed only two hits, two base on balls, and hit one batter.
In defense of Tigers pitcher Doug Fister he pitched near brilliantly giving up only 4 hit sin 6 innings for only 1 earned run. The Tigers just so happened to have hole’s in their swing for the second game of the World Series.
Sadly for Detroit Tigers fans they had the same massive hole in their swing in game three where they were once again shutout, and this time in Detroit. Giants pitcher Ryan Vogelsong threw 5.2 innings giving up five hits, no runs, four bases on balls, and striking out three.
Once again the Tigers wasted another solid pitching performance from their starter. This time Anibal Sanchez who pitched 7 innings gave up 6 hits, only 2 earned runs, and struck out 8. Detroit had every opportunity to win this game but blew it leaving 9 runners on base.
World Series Game Four Betting Prediction:
In the 23 times in the history of the World Series where a team was on game four facing a possible sweep, only three times have they forced a game four. With that said it would seem the San Francisco Giants are in great position to sweep the Detroit Tigers in game four with their best pitcher Matt Cain on the mound.
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