Tigers Fast Facts
- League and Division
- American League, Central Division
- General Manager
- Al Avila
- Brad Ausmus
- Home Stadium
- Comerica Park
- Stadium Capacity
- Cleveland Indians
2017 Detroit Tigers Schedule
The 2017 Detroit Tigers are ready to take the next step and return to the World Series! Don't miss your chance to see legends Miguel Cabrera, David Price and Justin Verlander in person! Check out the Tigers' 2017 schedule, find your seats, buy your Tigers tickets and get out to Comerica Park this season!
Established in 1894, the Detroit Tigers boast a rich history that rivals any team in professional sports. Many all-time great players have played for the Tigers, including Hank Greenberg, Al Kaline, and Ty Cobb! It's no surprise that the Tigers have captured four World Series titles and 11 American League pennants!
Don't miss your chance to see the next great Tigers team -- get out to Comerica Park this summer! Check out the Tigers' schedule, find your seats, and get your Tigers tickets today!
About Comerica Park
The Tigers have called Comerica Park home since the 2000 season, when the park replaced Tigers Stadium. Comerica Park is one of baseball's nicest venues and has a capacity of 41,255. Comerica Park hosted Major League Baseball's All-Star Game in 2005, marking the first time the All-Star game was held in Detroit since 1971. Comerica Park hosted Detroit's pennant-clinching win over the Oakland A's in 2006, when Magglio Ordonez hit a walk-off home run to send the Tigers to the World Series. Detroit clinched the 2012 pennant at Comerica Park as well, when the Tigers eliminated the Yankees, and advanced to the World Series.
The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett and Detroit-native Eminem have all played concerts at Comerica Park.