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Aug 01

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Aug 13

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Aug 14

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Aug 16

6:40 pm

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Aug 17

1:10 pm

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Aug 18

7:10 pm

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Aug 18

7:10 pm

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Williamsport, PA

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Aug 27

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Detroit, MI

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Aug 28

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Aug 29

1:10 pm

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Aug 30

6:40 pm

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Aug 31

6:10 pm

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Sep 01

1:40 pm

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Sep 10

6:40 pm

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Sep 11

6:40 pm

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1:10 pm

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Sep 13

6:40 pm

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6:10 pm

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12:10 pm

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Sep 24

6:40 pm

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Sep 26

1:10 pm

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Sep 27

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Sep 28

1:10 pm

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3:10 pm

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Tigers Baseball Basics

  • Year Established: 1894

  • Mascot: Paws (A Playful Orange Tiger)

  • Current Division: American League Central

  • Last Playoff Appearance: 2014 American League Divisional Series

  • Last Division Title: 2014

  • Last League Pennant: 2012 vs. New York Yankees

  • Last World Series Championship: 1984 vs. San Diego Padres

The Detroit Tigers Schedule

In a standard MLB season, the Tigers have 162 games on the schedule, and half are played at home. The docket includes duels with divisional adversaries, 64 clashes with clubs in the AL East and AL West, and 46 interleague encounters. Some opponents seem to always stand out from the rest: 

AL Central Divisional Competitors 

Top American League Competitors

Top Interleague Competitors for the Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park

Since 2000, the Tigers have called Comerica Park home. The venue, located in Downtown Detroit, has a seating capacity of approximately 41,083. Aside from brilliant baseball, it’s known for its downtown skyline views and fun features like a giant fountain in the outfield, a very distinctive Ferris wheel, and a fantastic carousel with tigers instead of horses.

Notable Sections

  • Detroit Tigers Dugout: Sections 131–135

  • Visiting Team’s Dugout: Sections 120–124

  • Behind Home Plate: Sections 127–128

  • Family Friendly: Sections 118–120 and 128–130

  • Partying/Socializing: Sections 104–106

  • Best on a Budget: Sections 107–111 (Kaline’s Corner)

Parking

The closest parking garages to Comerica Park include:

  • Tigers Garage: 250 Fisher Road (~950 spaces)

  • Comerica Garage: 50 W. Montcalm Street (~500 spaces)

It can be challenging to find available places on game day, so plan to arrive early. Better your chances for a smooth arrival by booking parking passes when you buy your Detroit Tigers baseball tickets.

Alternative Transportation

Comerica Park is accessible via Detroit's public transportation. The QLine streetcar has a stop at Montcalm Street, close to the ballpark. Additionally, Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) buses offer several routes servicing the area around the park.

Memorable Detroit Tigers Moments

When it comes to watching a baseball game, being at the ballpark is unmatched! Being immersed in the energy of the crowd, hearing the crack of the bat, and being among fellow fans is one of life’s greatest feelings. You get to see your team in action and have the opportunity to witness history in the making. Just think of the lifelong memories made by those who were there for these phenomenal events: 

  • Opening Day Delight (04/04/2005): Dmitri Young celebrated the start of a new season with three home runs against the Royals

  • Historic Homer (10/14/2006): Magglio Ordonez hit a walk-off home run against the Oakland Athletics, propelling the Tigers to the World Series

  • Pitching Prowess (06/12/2007): Justin Verlander threw a no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers, a masterpiece featuring 12 strikeouts.

  • Series Sweep (10/18/2012): The Tigers swept the Yankees in the ALCS, securing their second trip to the World Series in seven years.

  • What a Relief! (10/08/2013): Max Scherzer's relief appearance in Game 4 of the ALDS was crucial in avoiding elimination against the A's.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the Tigers’ biggest rivals?

The Tigers and White Sox were both founded in 1901 as charter members of the American League. They’ve been rivals ever since! Both are in the Central Division, making every meeting even more meaningful.

Where do the Detroit Tigers play their home games?

When Detroit plays at home, up to 41,083 people travel to Comerica Park to see the team take on the competition. The venue is known for spectacular views from all over the park and tiger-themed attractions!

What are the most family-friendly seats at Comerica Park?

If you’re taking the family to a baseball game in Detroit, consider seats in sections 118–120 or 128–130. They’re close to Comerica Park’s Fly Ball Ferris Wheel and a charming carousel for all ages.

Which sections at Comerica Park are near the dugouts?

Ticket holders in sections 131–135, on the third base line, are seated right behind the Tigers' dugout. The visiting team sits in front of sections 120–124 on the first base line.

Where are the best seats for socializing at Comerica Park?

Sections 104–106, behind right field, are popular with people who like to socialize when they see a Tigers game at Comerica Park. The seats are reasonably priced and situated near popular beverage vendors.

What are the cheapest seats at Comerica Park?

If you’re buying Tigers baseball tickets on a budget, Kaline’s Corner might have just the seats you’re looking for! It’s located in right field, in sections 107–111, but beware of seats behind the foul pole.

What time do the gates open at Comerica Park?

The Comerica Park gates typically open 95 minutes before the designated time for the first pitch. If you’re driving to the Tigers game, try to arrive at least two hours early to allow ample time for parking.

Is cash accepted at Comerica Park?

Comerica Park is a fully cashless facility. Have your credit or debit card handy! For the convenience of guests, Cash2Card kiosks are available on-site so attendees can convert cash into cards.

Do the Detroit Tigers play teams in the National League?

Interleague games give players and fans a peek at the talent the Tigers might face in the World Series if all goes well. The team plays 46 regular season games against opponents in the National League.

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