That's it. The Tigers season is over, in a four-game sweep at the hands of the San Francisco Giants.

Many Tigers fans would prefer to forget about what took place in the last week.

So cover your eyes if that applies to you.

News: That was a disappointing display by the Tigers, specifically the offense, which scored just six runs, total, in the World Series.

Views: Yes, the same number of runs they limited the Yankees to in the ALCS.

Lots of culprits to pin the blame on, but it starts with Prince Fielder.

It'd start with Miguel Cabrera and Fielder, had Cabrera not hit a two-run homer Sunday to give the Tigers their only lead of the series in the third inning (it lasted until the sixth inning).

Fielder scuffled again, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. For the series, he was 1-for-14. The one time he did reach, on a single — stunningly, he didn't walk — he was thrown out trying to score on a pivotal play in Game 2 in San Francisco.

The Tigers also got next to nothing from their catchers. They were a combined 1-for-14, with Alex Avila picking up the hit and Gerald Laird taking the 0-fer.