According to Fox News the Detroit Tigers' dominated the New York Yankees' and finished off a four-game sweep with an 8-1 victory this Thursday at Comerica Park.
The tigers are going to the World Series for the first time since 2006, reported Fox News.
The Tigers have five days off before the World Series starts this coming Wednesday, reported CBS News. They will play the defending champion St. Louis or 2010 winner San Francisco.
On the other hand, after scoring in just three of 39 innings during the series, New York heads home to figure out what their future is going to be, reported CBS News.
According to CBS News the $275 million third baseman, Alex Rodriguez was out of the starting lineup for the third time in the playoffs.
During the game, the Yankees could only score runs while batting a weak .157 (22-for-140) over the four games, reported Fox News. The Yankees had also had a 36 straight series in the playoffs without being swept.
The Tigers had a good start after a rainout Wednesday, reported CBS News. Under a sunny sky, Detroit immediately took the lead on Delmon Young's RBI single. STATS reported to CBS News that Young became the first player with four game-winning RBIs in one postseason.
Detroit, hasn't win a World Series title since 1984, reported Fox News. They lost to Texas in last year's ALCS. However, according to Fox News their post season has been amazing.