The Detroit Tigers have fell down two games to none against the San Francisco Giants in the World Series.
They are not scoring runs, as the Giants pitchers have held the Tigers and their deadly offense to only three earned runs. This is proving that the Giants pitching are looking dominant and reliable so far this post-season. There starting pitchers have been off-the-charts, as they have thrown 12.2 innings, with only surrendering a phenomenal one earned run. But are the Tigers done roaring? Has their luck run out? Or will they turn around in game three on Saturday, October 27th? Here is what I expect the outcome of the World Series to be:
The Tigers have triple-crown winner Miguel Cabrera and slugger Prince Fielder, yet they have not done much this World Series. Their team is starting to weaken and the Giants are becoming stronger. Many Tiger fans are worrying about their team because they haven’t pitched nor hit well. Verlander was smacked, and Miguel Cabrera is whiffing. This is proving to the sign that the Tigers are done roaring, and will fall to the Giants in the World Series.
My prediction is that the Tigers are not done roaring, but they will still fall to the Giants in Game 6. Series Prediction: (Giants 4 – 2 Tigers)