Now the series heads to Detroit Rock City. With the San Francisco Giants up 2 games to none on the Detroit Tigers, the 2013 World Series heads to Comerica Park, where the Tigers look to erase the memories of the first two games which saw Justin Verlander owned by Pablo Sandoval in Game 1 and a tough shutout loss in Game 2.

In Game 3, the Giants will send to the mound Ryan Vogelsong who will oppose Anibal Sanchez for the Tigers. The Tigers hope that Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera will spark an offense that has been relatively quiet for the first two games and as for the Giants, their fans back in San Francisco hope they continue the momentum from two victories at home and close out their second World Series title in three years.

Tickets for Game 3 are going as high as $3,000 but start out at $256. Check out the link below for the best deals on World Series Game 3 tickets with the Tigers looking to rebound against the Giants.

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We are finally here. The Fall Classic arrives with the San Francisco Giants taking on the Detroit Tigers. The Giants have had an amazing run to get to the World Series, having had to comeback from an 0-2 hole against the Cincinnati Reds in the National League Division Series and a 1-3 hole against the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series. With top notch performances by NLCS MVP Marco Scutaro, a resurgent Barry Zito and the bats of Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval, the Giants will play host to the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 on Wednesday.

As for the Tigers, they mowed down the New York Yankees in the ALCS, sweeping them in four straight games behind excellent pitching led by Justin Verlander and the bat of ALCS MVP Delmon Young. Don’t forget about Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder, who lead the Tigers into San Francisco to take on the Giants, who won the World Series in 2010.

Tickets for all World Series games are on sale now. At SeatGeek, we have the best deals on all World Series tickets, both at AT&T Park in San Francisco and Comerica Park in Detroit.

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