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Orange-and-black clad hordes flooded the streets of San Francisco on Wednesday for a ticker-tape parade celebrating the 2012 World Series champion Giants -- a Halloween treat made all the more sweet as a repeat performance.
The San Francisco Giants' sweep of the Detroit Tigers set a record low for the World Series' television ratings.
With the World Series complete and the 2012 season in the rearview mirror, Buster Olney takes an early look at decisions facing all 30 teams this offseason.
The Tigers survived a bumpy road to the World Series, only to come up feeling empty after being swept in four games.
San Francisco went from the brink of elimination to its second title in three years, and it's a feat for the ages, writes Jayson Stark.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy deserves strong consideration as a Hall of Fame manager after securing his second World Series title in three years.
On a club that owed so many for winning the World Series, it wasn't easy to single out one MVP, but Pablo Sandoval deserved it.
Pablo Sandoval not only has baseball's neatest nickname, Kung Fu Panda has a World Series MVP award to go along with it.
Detroit second baseman Omar Infante broke his left hand when he was hit by a pitch in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series on Sunday night.
Miguel Cabrera left the Tigers' clubhouse without speaking to reporters following his team's 2-0 loss to San Francisco in Game 3 of the World Series, and manager Jim Leyland wants to know why.
The Detroit Tigers have scratched catcher Alex Avila from their starting lineup for Game 4 of the World Series and replaced him with Gerald Laird.
Chat with ESPN.com's experts, who will lead the conversation with users and each other during Sunday's Game 4 of the World Series.
Can Detroit get a Game 4 win and get Justin Verlander another start? Our experts discuss.
The Giants have brought back good, old-fashioned pitching and defense to move within one victory of a second World Series title in three years.
Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder are coming up short for the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 World Series, writes Jerry Crasnick
Tim Lincecum has been a relief ace the likes of which baseball hasn't seen in decades but ought to bring back given his success.