San Francisco Giants Win 2nd World Series Title Within Three Year Span

The SF Giants celebrate after Sergio Romo struck out Miguel Cabrera on Sunday, Oct 28, to win the World Series in a four-game series sweep over the Detroit Tigers.

The Giants were down 3 games to 1 to the Cardinals in the playoffs, but won game 5 and game 6 in seven to get to the World series and now it took 4 games to win the World series beating the Tigers 4-3.

According to FoxSports, the Giants became the first champion that hit the fewest home runs in the majors since St. Louis in 1982. Pablo Sandoval’s three drives in Game 1 started San Francisco’s momentum, and its dominant pitching took over from there, to become the first NL team since the Big Red Machine in the mid-1970s to win two titles in a three-year span.

PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency congratulates the San Francisco Giants on their well deserved win.