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    Humbled Kershaw youngest Clemente winner

    Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw on Sunday became the youngest player to win the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet. More >

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    MLB reaffirms commitment to Habitat for Humanity

    To amplify Habitat for Humanity's important cause, MLB has utilized its largest national stages -- the World Series and the All-Star Game -- to highlight the need for affordable housing. More >

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    Sarah's Take: Giants taming Tigers in all phases

    Heading into the World Series, most people believed the Detroit Tigers would defeat the San Francisco Giants. For the first time during this postseason, the Giants have an opportunity to sweep an opponent. More >

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    Under pressure, Leyland has choice

    Players notice how a manager is handling situations, one of the lessons Tigers manager Jim Leyland says he has learned through the years. More >

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    Tigers' scrappy effort ends in heartbreak

    Once Marco Scutaro punched a single off Phil Coke to drive in Ryan Theriot with two outs in the 10th inning on Sunday night, the Giants had what they needed to send the Tigers to a 4-3 loss in Game 4 to complete a World Series sweep. More >

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    MLB Notebook: Giants silencing powerful foes

    With their back-to-back shutouts of the Tigers, the Giants have now allowed just four runs in their past six games, including blanking Detroit and St. Louis twice apiece. More >

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    Shoe is on other foot as Tigers face Series sweep

    The Tigers used outstanding pitching and timely hitting to take advantage of a struggling Yankees club to win the ALCS in four games, but a week's time has the shoe on the other foot as Detroit faces a World Series sweep at the hands of the Giants on Sunday. More >

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    Struggling Prince tips cap to Giants' pitchers

    Prince Fielder is batting .100 for the World Series, with just one single. It happens, even to the best hitters. But even though he's hardly the only Tigers hitter who's scuffling, the team just as clearly needs him to get hot. More >

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    Despite being on brink, Tigers remain confident

    For a World Series that looked, on paper, to be a matchup between two well-balanced teams capable of stretching this thing to a full seven games, it's now looking like this Fall Classic may not make it past the weekend. More >

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    Lack of support sours Anibal's solid performance

    Right-hander Anibal Sanchez has allowed four runs in 20 1/3 postseason innings. He owns a 1.77 ERA and has struck out 18 batters while issuing only six walks. Yet the 28-year-old has a 1-2 record to show for it. More >

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    Defensive Leyland empathizes with Lamont

    Jim Leyland respects what Gene Lamont has gone through the last few days, because he has been there. Leyland had to explain a bad call or two when he was a third-base coach for Tony La Russa's White Sox in the early 1980s. More >

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    Delmon's placement in left Tigers' choice

    Back home and with the designated hitter spot available to them again, the Tigers don't have to worry about Delmon Young in left field for the next few days. They're hoping the World Series lasts long enough that they'll be without the DH again in San Francisco for Wednesday's Game 6. More >

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    Tigers manager Leyland tips cap to Bochy

    Jim Leyland has preached his lack of concern about opposing managers' methods. Detroit's skipper prefers to worry about his own team and his own strategy. Still, he couldn't help but praise Giants manager Bruce Bochy for the job he has done. More >

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    Routing Rockies a key spark for Giants

    After a 3-7 homestand and seeing their division lead all but evaporate, the Giants embarked on a trip to Colorado from Aug. 3-5, and the way they dismantled the Rockies proved more significant than anyone could have imagined. More >

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    Dual hitting coaches working well for Giants

    A growing number of teams, including the Giants, are employing two hitting coaches. It's simply a matter of doing what's best for players. More >

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    Giants to go game by game with DH choice

    Reserving the right to change his mind, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Saturday that his selection of designated hitters for World Series games here will be made day by day. More >

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    Magglio proud of fast-learning Garcia

    It wouldn't be a Tigers postseason without Magglio Ordonez. He can't provide a big hit anymore; he's retired. But he's going to turn in a ceremonial first pitch on Sunday night, before Game 4 of the World Series (8 p.m. ET air time on FOX, 8:15 first pitch). More >

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    Unlike some skippers, Leyland puts players first

    Sparky Anderson famously described his philosophy as "my way or the highway." Tigers manager Jim Leyland alluded to how times have changed before Game 3 of the World Series at Comerica Park on Saturday in answering a question about teaching players to respect the uniform. More >

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    'Tremendously lucky' Fister passes latest tests

    Tigers righty Doug Fister was back on the field and working out on Saturday, two days after Gregor Blanco's line drive ricocheted off his head during Game 2 of the World Series. Fister passed his latest round of tests on Friday and showed no signs of so much as a headache. More >

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    Giants' Sanchez makes Series debut at DH

    Backup catcher Hector Sanchez was the designated hitter and batting in the eighth slot in the Giants' lineup for Saturday's Game 3 of the World Series in Comerica Park. More >