Filed under: Stream Tigers Latest News MLB playoffs 2012 ALCS Game 4: Tigers sweep Yankees, clinch trip to World Series Contributors: SB Nation Detroit Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: ALCS Game 4: Tigers sweep Yankees, clinch trip to World Series Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Detroit Tigers are headed to the World Series after sweeping the New York Yankees in the ALCS. 20 Total Updates Since Oct 17, 2012, 8:25am EDT Follow this stream October 19, 2012 Tigers make history with sweep of Yankees By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay With their sweep of the New York Yankees, the Detroit Tigers now hold the longest postseason winning streak against the Yankees in MLB history. October 19, 2012 Yankees fans keeping cool after sweep By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay Despite a disastrous sweep at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, SB Nation's New York Yankees bloggers are not overreacting. October 19, 2012 Tigers fans celebrate trip to World Series By Jason Patt@Bulls_Jay Detroit Tigers fans are celebrating as the Tigers are heading to the World Series after sweeping the New York Yankees on Thursday in the ALCS. October 19, 2012 GIF: Phil Coke post-win glove spike By Packey@Detroit4lyfe After Phil Coke recorded the final out of the ALCS to finish off the sweep of the Yankees, he spiked his glove to the ground in celebration. It was awesome. October 18, 2012 World Series just another chapter in crazy season By Patrick Hayes The Tigers had a memorable season, for both good and bad reasons. October 18, 2012 Delmon Young, Yankee killer By Patrick Hayes Delmon Young has hurt the Yankees in three straight postseasons. October 18, 2012 Delmon Young named ALCS MVP By Patrick Hayes Delmon Young had as many RBIs by himself as the Yankees did as a team during the American League Championship Series. October 18, 2012 Tigers wrap up Game 4 of ALCS over Yanks, 8-1 By Dave Ryan The Tigers officially punched their ticket to the 2012 World Series on Thursday evening with an impressive 8-1 win over New York. October 18, 2012 Yankees vs. Tigers: Detroit ahead 6-1 after 6 By Dave Ryan The Tigers picked up two key home runs in the fourth on Thursday and currently hold a 6-1 lead on New York after six innings. October 18, 2012 Yankees vs. Tigers: Detroit leads 2-0 after 3 By Dave Ryan Delmon Young chipped in a key RBI single in the first inning on Thursday, and the Tigers hold a 2-0 lead on New York after three innings in Game 4. October 18, 2012 Phil Coke available to pitch in Game 4 if needed By Jeff Briggs Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Phil Coke is available to pitch if needed in Game 4 of the ALCS against the New York Yankees. October 18, 2012 Game 4: No changes in lineups from Wednesday By Jeff Briggs The Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees are putting out the same lineups they had planned to before Wednesday night's game was postponed due to rain. October 18, 2012 Tigers, Yankees battle in delayed Game 4 By Jordan Sargent After getting pushed back a day, the Tigers will have a chance to sweep the Yankees and advance to the World Series. October 17, 2012 Game 4 of ALCS postponed due to rain By Jordan Sargent Game 4 has been moved to Thursday, with Game 5 pushed back to Friday. October 17, 2012 Start of Game 4 delayed due to rain By Jordan Sargent Weather in the Detroit area has pushed back first pitch on Wednesday night. October 17, 2012 Detroit starting pitchers set postseason record By JP Starkey Max Scherzer, Justin Verlander, Doug Fister and Anibal Sanchez pitched 30 and 1/3 innings before allowing a run, setting a postseason record. October 17, 2012 Yankees vs. Tigers: ALCS Game 4 lineups By Dave Ryan With Tigers righty Max Scherzer set to take the mound, the Yankees have decided to bench both Alex Rodriguez and Curtis Granderson in Game 4 of the ALCS. October 17, 2012 Yankees vs. Tigers: Lineups for ALCS Game 4 By Dave Ryan Facing off against New York's C.C. Sabathia, the Tigers will use the exact same lineup they featured in Game 1 on Wednesday night. October 17, 2012 Leyland says he may use Valverde in Game 4 By Peter Berkes Tigers manager Jim Leyland said that he may use struggling closer Jose Valverde in Game 4, but did not say that an appearance by Papa Grande was a certainty. October 17, 2012 Tigers look for sweep in Game 4 By Jordan Sargent Max Scherzer takes to the mound with the Tigers on the verge of a World Series birth.