Game of the Day: Detroit Tigers advance to 2012 World Series with blowout win vs. Yankees (VIDEO)

We continue our Game of the Day series with a classic Detroit Tigers playoff match from the 2012 American League Championship Series!
The Tigers swept the New York Yankees in a quick four games to advance to the World Series for the second time since 2006, taking the deciding game at Comerica Park by an 8-1 final score.

A pair of RBI singles from Delmon Young in the first and Avisaíl García in the third innings got the scoring going for Detroit, before a pair of two-run home runs from Miguel Cabrera and Jhonny Peralta broke things wide open. Closer Phil Coke would seal the win.

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Delmon Young was named ALCS MVP after hitting .353 with two home runs and six RBI.

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