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