Following the San Francisco Giants’ 2-0 victory Saturday night against the Detroit Tigers in the third game of the World Series, San Francisco city officials plan to broadcast Game Four live in Civic Center Plaza on Sunday.
Both Detroit and San Francisco are fantastic cities with great Americans who are wonderful sports fans. As always in these things, many pundits and commentators try to argue which city is better.
Toyota has widened its global sales lead over General Motors because its factories have recovered from last year’s earthquake.
The San Francisco Giants have dubbed their quest for a World Series win “The Hunt for Orange October,” and the city is jumping on board as Game 1 got underway Wednesday evening against the Detroit Tigers.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco is placing a bet with colleagues in Detroit over the World Series. Earlier on Wednesday, Mayor Ed Lee placed a bet with Detroit’s mayor while also engaging in some good-natured trash-talking.
Jarrod Parker’s error allowed the Tigers to score a go-ahead run in the third inning of a 3-1 win over the A’s Saturday night in Game 1 of their AL division series.
Romney negotiated a $10 million federal bailout for his company, but has called for foreclosures to be allowed to “hit bottom” and letting Detroit go bankrupt.
A financial company that is betting on a Detroit turnaround is trying to lure laid-off Yahoo workers to Michigan.
Coach Todd McLellan said Ryane Clowe didn’t make the trip to Detroit for Tuesday’s night’s game because of an upper-body injury. Clowe leads San Jose with 13 points this postseason.
Tomas Holmstrom broke a tie with 6:08 remaining, and the Detroit Red Wings had three third-period goals to avoid elimination with a 4-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night.