Comerica Park

Giants and Tigers fans gather in front of Comerica Park in Detroit Saturday before Game 3 of the World Series, October 27, 2012. (CBS)

About The Bay: Giants Fans Trek To Detroit, Some From Across The Globe

While a majority of San Francisco Giants fans had to stay in the Bay Area to watch and cheer their team, many made the trek to Detroit to see their team win the World Series.


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Beer Battle: What’s Served On Tap For Giants, Tigers Offers Insights

While the Fall Classic between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers pits clubs from two very different cities, the distinctive style and taste of each team’s partisans also pours through the beer taps at their ball yards.


The Big Cat Food Court (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

World Series Food Faceoff – Who Has The Better Stadium Snacks?

Odds-makers may have made the Detroit Tigers the early favorites over our Giants on the field in the 2012 World Series, but San Francisco’s foodie culture gives us the an expected edge in ballpark bites. Here’s a look at how San Francisco’s AT&T Park and Detroit’s Comerica Park stack up on snacks.


Brandon Inge #7 of the Oakland Athletics slaps hands with third base coach Mike Gallego #3 while rounding the bases on a three-run home run in the six inning against the Detroit Tigers at Coliseum on May 11, 2012. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

A’s Take Playoff Push On The Road For Tough Detroit Matchup

The Oakland Athletics are in much better shape than the Detroit Tigers in regards to the postseason race, though that easily could change considering each team’s schedule over the final two weeks.