2012 World Series: Giant Pablo Sandoval Stamps History Books In Game 1 Victory
The 2012 World Series got started on a chilly Wednesday evening in San Francisco, and it didn't take long for the home crowd to get fired up. TicketProcess.com provided a large collection of people in attendance with their Giants World Series tickets, and they want the public to know that they will be selling quality 2012 World Series tickets at their popular and reputable online exchange until the final one is gone. As it stands right now, the Giants are up 1-0 on the Tigers after a surprising Game 1.
(PRWEB) October 25, 2012
WS Game 1- Tiger ace Justin Verlander took the mound about as well-rested as a bear awaking from hibernation following a week of time off from competition. Just about every sportscaster from every major channel was predicting that Verlander would mow through the San Francisco lineup three times en route to a complete game shutout, but things got off script quickly and the predictions never came close to panning out.
San Francisco third baseman Pablo Sandoval had the night of his life, beginning with a solo home run in the bottom of the 1st inning. Sandoval followed that with another home run in the 3rd inning, which cleared the left field fence and plated two runs. Fans that were lucky enough to get their hands on 2012 World Series tickets watched history unfold before their own eyes when Sandoval stepped to the plate in the 5th inning and smashed another home run to centerfield off of Detroit reliever Al Alburquerque, giving him three on the evening and entering him into an exclusive club of players to hit three home runs in a World Series game. Only Babe Ruth, Reggie Jackson and Albert Pujols have accomplished the feat in over 140 years of professional baseball.
Tigers World Series tickets are currently on sale to games 3, 4 and 5, and the mighty Tiger lineup will have to perform up to its capabilities if they are going to be able to gain control of the series. Detroit will play host to the Fall Classic on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, meaning that people interested in attending a World Series game should make a visit to TicketProcess very soon. TicketProcess has achieved what most online ticket sites could only dream of by employing the best professionals in every industry and offering up coveted tickets at incredibly low prices. Pay them a visit to get in what is shaping up to be a historic series.
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