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2/19/15 - The Detroit Tigers had a rough time in the 2014 season, but if their early schedule for 2015 is any indication, they might have an early edge. First of all, they have one of the longest preseason in the league. The Tigers will have at least one game every day in March, excluding the 1st and the 23rd. Besides giving them plenty of time to practice and get back in the swing of things, this means you will have many opportunities to see them in action. Detroit also has the benefit of most of their preseason being home games. The Tigers even have their home opener as their first game of the official season so they can build some early momentum. Tickets for their first game, against the Minnesota Twins, start at $123.
1/28/15 - The 2014 MLB Season was a disappointment to the Detroit Tigers when they were swept in the American League Division Series by the Baltimore Orioles. The Tigers now have a chance for redemption with an opening game in the 2015 preseason games against the Orioles. Held on March 4 in Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, FL, this game offers you a chance to see the Tigers take the field. ESPN’s Keith Law ranks the Tigers as the worst in the League, even though they’ve clinched the Central Division title since 2011. The Tigers haven’t been able to catch the elusive World Series title since 1984. Maybe this will be the year. If you’re a Tigers fan, catch all the action with the very first game!
9/25/14 - They’ve locked up their fourth postseason berth in as many years – but will it be a division championship, or a wild card? The Detroit Tigers still are unsure about where they’ll be headed for the postseason as the final weekend of the 2014 regular season unfolds, but Tigers fans will be hoping that it culminates in the team’s first World Series appearance since 2012 – and their first Series championship since that legendary 1984 squad, that led the old seven-team American League East from Game 1 through 162, and then lost just once in the two-round, pre-Division Series postseason.
9/15/14 - The Detroit Tigers have done it. The club has moved into first place in the AL Central Division with a 1.5 game lead over the bitter Kansas City Royals, who are now relegated to the league’s second Wild Card slot. Fans can rest assured that their Motor City team has all but locked in a berth to the 2014 MLB Playoffs if they manage to hold onto their lead. This week marks your last opportunity to buy Detroit Tigers tickets on the road, as they will finish their regular season at Comerica Park starting 9/22. Slated against the Twins and Royals this week, Detroit Tigers tickets run as low as $1-2 at Minnesota (9/15-9/17) and jump up to an $18-21 minimum at Kauffman Stadium (9/19-9/21). Buy Detroit at Kansas City tickets now and make sure your Tigers keep their playoff bid on lock!
9/9/14 - The Tigers have been closing in on Kansas City and now just one game separates Detroit from the top of the division. Brad Ausmus and Co. are currently in the midst of what could prove to be the most important series of the season: a three-game set against the Royals at home. Detroit beat Kansas City (9-5) in yesterday’s opener, but there are two games left on slate to determine the AL Central leader. Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers tickets for tonight’s matchup at Comerica Park start at $7, and dip as low as $6 tomorrow night (9/10). Those are unbeatable prices for one of the tightest division races left in the MLB!
9/4/14 - The Detroit Tigers have won just four of their last seven games, keeping the playoff race in the AL Central tighter than ever. The Detroit Tigers may have fallen to Danny Salazar and the Indians yesterday, but the Motor City squad has their eyes on the pennant, and look to bounce back tonight in Cleveland. Score a last minute deal on Detroit’s fourth and final game in Ohio at a minimum of $7 in the Bleachers. The club returns home tomorrow, to start a weekend series against the San Francisco Giants. Detroit Tigers tickets stand at a $17 get-in price for Sunday’s game (9/7).
8/28/14 - The Detroit Tigers split a four game series with Minnesota last week, racking upwards of 60 hits, but allowing no less than 42 runs by the Twins. The Tigers are currently 2.5 games back from the division leading Royals, and their stretch is a bit tougher than Kansas City coming up. Score Detroit Tigers tickets against the New York Yankees tonight for a minimum of $36, or see them take on the White Sox this weekend. The four-game set in Chi-town offers a get-in price of $9 on 8/29 and 8/31.
8/20/14 – The Detroit Tigers have lost their grip in the AL Central but the club is still just a half game out of the wildcard spot, and 2 games behind Kansas City. The loss to Seattle in their weekend series proved substantial, as the Mariners moved up in the AL West and yanked Detroit’s second wild card slot. Crunch time is now, so buy your Detroit Tigers tickets for their upcoming series when the club attempts to get back on track against Tampa Bay and Minnesota. The cheapest Detroit Tigers tickets of the week come this Friday (Aug. 22) at Minnesota for $11 to get-in.
8/11/14 - Despite their best efforts yesterday, the Detroit Tigers fell to Toronto in the franchise’s longest game ever—a 19-inning marathon. The long weekend saw pitchers Anibal Sanchez (pectoralis strain) and Joakim Soria (oblique strain) placed on the 15-day disabled list. It’s getting close to crunch time in the MLB, and the Tigers are now just a half game ahead of Kansas City in the AL Central. Robbie Ray will be called up to start this Wednesday against the Pirates, while the rest of the lineup will have to lean on Justin Verlander until Sanchez recovers. Get your Detroit Tigers tickets now for their 4-game series against Pittsburgh: the first two games at PNC Park are cheapest, at $5 to get-in tonight and $15 to get-in on Tuesday (8/12). Both games on 8/13 and 8/14 at Comerica Park offer a get-in price of $27.
8/4/14 – The Detroit Tigers may have had a rough outing against the Los Angeles Angels last week, but the squad set things straight when they returned to Motown. Detroit extended their AL Central lead to five games ahead, thanks to a series sweep of the Colorado Rockies over the weekend. The Tigers also made waves at the Trade Deadline, with the literal last-minute addition of LHP David Price from Tampa Bay—now, all but two (Sanchez, Porcello) in Detroit’s stellar rotations have Cy Young awards. Buy your Detroit Tigers tickets because this squad is certainly all-in! The cheapest Tigers tickets of the week come Wednesday (8/13) against the Pittsburgh Pirates for a $14 get-in price.
7/28/14 – If this weekend’s four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels was a potential postseason preview, the Detroit Tigers will want to wipe it clean from memory. Although the Motor City squad is first in the AL Central, the team dropped three of four matches to the AL West contenders on the road. The front office made efforts to boost a playoff run by addressing their weakened bullpen and acquiring one of the hottest relievers in the AL, Joakim Soria, from the Texas Rangers. This week, the Tigers will look to get their jive back with series against the Chicago White Sox and Colorado Rockies at home. Motor City-native and longtime baseball lover Jack White will be at Comerica Park this Tuesday (7/29) to throw out the first pitch. The musician will rock the stadium with the Third Man Rolling Record Store van (record store on wheels) that will give discounts to any fan in Tigers gear. Buy Detroit Tigers tickets for tomorrow’s special game at a $16 minimum.
7/21/14 – The Detroit Tigers are still first in the AL Central, but the team essentially cut their division lead in half, by dropping three straight games to the Indians at Comerica Park. Cleveland is now second in the AL Central and are 5.5 games behind Detroit, which is still a substantial cushion if Detroit falls any further in their upcoming series back from last week’s All-Star break. Detroit did deny Cleveland a four-game sweep, and have the opportunity to make up some ground with an upcoming series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Pay as little as $13 to get into Chase Field on 7/22, or wait until their next four-game series gets underway later this week. Score cheap Detroit Tigers tickets for the first of four games against the Los Angeles Angels; get-in on 7/24 for just $5.
7/14/14 – What a way to finish off the first half of the season. The Detroit Tigers are entering the All-Star Break with six wins in seven games, scoring victories in both their series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Kansas City Royals. Detroit has now brought themselves up to 52-38, which places them third in the Majors and first in the AL Central. The Tigers will return from the break to play an extended series opposite the Cleveland Indians, for a chance to increase their division dominance even further. All four games (7/18-7/20) will be held at Comerica Park in Detroit, with a double-header on Saturday. The cheapest Detroit Tigers tickets are offered for the first game on Saturday (7/19) at 1:08pm, for a get-in price of $25. The most expensive Tigers tickets are offered at a $32 minimum on the same day, for the 7:08pm game.
7/7/14 – The Detroit Tigers have racked up quite a formidable record in the AL Central, one that still places them four games ahead after dropping three in a row to the lackluster Tampa Bay Rays over the holiday weekend. Detroit is 48-37 and four games in front of the Kansas City Royals. The Tigers set off fireworks during All Star voting, with fans picking three players to participate in the time-honored game slated for July 15. You voted in Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Max Scherzer to appear in this mid-summer classic! All Star Game tickets on Tuesday 7/15 start at $217, but you can see them for cheaper before the big day. Get Detroit Tigers tickets for a little as $18 when they host the Los Angeles Dodgers (7/9) and $9 when they visit the Kansas City Royals (7/13) this week.
6/30/14 – The Detroit Tigers are the team to beat in AL Central after shutting down the crown usurping Kansas City Royals in their bid for the title last week. Detroit swept the Rangers in three games to lock in their seventh consecutive win, before stumbling this past weekend. Detroit is now 3.5 games ahead in their division and now set their eyes on beating the best in the league, the Oakland As, starting tonight. This is a momentous series that may see a shift in the AL, get your Detroit Tigers ticket now and be there to see the best of baseball duke it out. Get in for jut $12 on both 7/1 and 7/2 at Comerica Park. The Tigers will extend their homestay to host the Tampa Bay Rays over Fourth of July weekend; the cheapest tickets offered fall on 7/3 for $17 and 7/6 for $16. See which team will be setting fireworks off with Detroit Tigers tickets!
6/23/14 – After dropping three in a row to the Kansas City Royals, the Detroit Tigers have come roaring back, winning four of their last games including a sweep of bitter rivals, the Cleveland Indians, over the weekend. A lot of this is attributed to their improved slugging, with seven homers in four games, alongside better pitching. To the dismay of left-handed reliever Ian Krol, Brad Ausmus says his “warrior-type” player who has that “old-school mentality that he wants to ball no matter what,” will have to sit out for a few more games and get extended rest for a lingering arm injury. Cheap Detroit Tigers tickets are available in abundance this week: pay just $3 to get-in at the Rangers in Arlington, and just $5 to get-in for both games after that (6/25-6/26). Get Detroit Tigers tickets now for this exciting 2011 ALCS rematch!
6/16/14 – From veterans to rookies, the Detroit Tigers are showing just how loaded their clubhouse is. On Father’s Day, Torii Hunter sprinted home off of JD Martinez’s 9th inning sacrifice fly, for the 4-3 walk-off victory. Up next are the Kansas City Royals, who are heading up to Comerica Park with momentum from their boosted standings, followed by even hotter opponents, the Oakland Athletics. The Royals are 1.5 games behind the Tigers in the Central Division, and Detroit will try to put out their fire across four games, starting tonight. Buy Detroit Tigers tickets for as low as $5 when they host Kansa City on Thursday, 6/19.
6/9/14- The Detroit Tigers faced sturdy AL East competition last week, being swept by the division-leading Toronto Blue Jays, before taking two of three over the Boston Red Sox at Comerica Park. The Tigers are still first in the AL Central, but will head on the road looking to shape up their recent slump. Buy cheap Detroit Tigers tickets for their four-game series in Chicago against the White Sox; spend just $5 to get-in from 6/9-6/12. Talk about a Father’s Day bargain deal!
6/2/14 - Tigers fans, this is the week to head out to Comerica Park! The Tigers are on a six game homstand: first, against the Toronto Blue Jays in their only trip to Motor City this season, then, the Tigers are pitted against the Red Sox for another 2013 AL Championship Series rematch. Detroit swept Boston in their first meeting, but now the Red Sox have the momentum—see if the Tigers can beat them again this time around! Detroit Tigers tickets are as low as $3 on Wednesday against Toronto, but jump up to a $26 minimum when they take on Boston this Sunday.
5/27/14 - The Detroit Tigers are in a funk, having dropped 7 of their last eight games by large margins, but the squad is still 28-19 for 1st place in the AL Central. In fact, they own a five-game lead in their division, while every other team is still below .500. The Tigers are now in Oakland to play the A's who, despite having the best record in the league, have lost four straight. See which of these two MLB titans snap out of their slump with Detroit Tiger tickets! The Tigers will stay on the West coast to battle the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Cheap Detroit Tigers tickets of the week are offered Wednesday for $5 (vs. Oakland) and Saturday for $17 (vs. Seattle).
5/19/14 - The Detroit Tigers have stayed hot, with the most dominating performance in the majors last week, sweeping both of their series against stalwart opponents. The Orioles and the Red Sox fell victim to Detroit's tremendous road game routine, now 12-4 when away. Two offseason acquisitions, Rajai Davis and Ian Kinsler, have helped propel the squad to an MLB-best 27-12 record. Will upcoming opponents, the Cleveland Indians or Texas Rangers be able to stop this powerhouse team? See the Detroit Tigers in Cleveland for as low as $5 (5/19) and as low as $19 at Comerica Park (5/25 vs. Texas).
5/12/14 - The Detroit Tigers have continued their domination over the AL Central, pulling 5 games ahead of the next-closest White Sox. The Tigers made good use of their home stretch, winning four of seven games, but now they face a long road trip opposite worthy opponents. This week, Detroit will travel to Baltimore to take on the Orioles, followed by a trip to Boston against the Red Sox. You have to attend a Detroit Tigers game, especially with the ageless wonder Torii Hunter hitting .315 with 20 RBIs. The cheapest Detroit Tigers tickets of the week are offered at Oriole Park for $9 (5/14) and at Fenway Park for $23 (5/18).
5/5/14 - Thanks to last week's five-game win streak, the Detroit Tigers have extended their first place spot in the AL Central with a 17-9 record. They swept opponents in their previous two series on the road (White Sox, Astros), and return home to host the Houston Astros over four games. Cheap Detroit Tigers tickets are available for their series against Houston: get-in prices are as low as $1-$5 for each match (5/5-5/8).
4/28/14 - The Detroit Tigers are heading into Week 4 of baseball off a tough weekend. The squad narrowly escaped defeat by Minnesota on Friday, nearly squandering a 9-run lead and using 6 pitchers to secure the victory. On Saturday, Anibal Sanchez was placed on the DL with a painful blister, while their Sunday matchup was rained-out. The bullpen will get two day's rest before Detroit takes on the Chicago White Sox tomorrow—hopefully the pitching rotation will enjoy some type of rhythm by the time the Tigers take on the Kansas City Royals over the weekend. Score Detroit Tigers tickets for cheap this week: get-in for $6 on Wednesday (4/30) at US Cellular Field, or follow them to Kauffman Stadium and enjoy the game for as little as $9 (5/4).
4/21/14 - After taking advantage of four Angels' errors, the Detroit Tigers won on Sunday to clinch the series. Next up, the Tigers will take on the White Sox for four games, before finishing out the weekend against the Minnesota Twins. Cheap Detroit Tigers tickets are easy to come by this week: get-in for just $3 across all four games against Chicago (4/21-4/24), or pay $8 to see their last game in Minnesota (4/27). Detroit has released Opening Day shortstop Alex Gonzalez, after the veteran racked up multiple errors less than a month into the season. The front office has opted to pick up the contract for infielder Danny Worth (Triple A) instead.
4/14/14- The Detroit Tigers have a 6-4 record and first place hold in the AL Central Division despite having a rough outing in California last week. After splitting their two-game series against the Dodgers, Detroit lost two to San Diego, and now the Tigers are back for a long homestand at Comerica Park. Their first opponents are AL Central foes, the Cleveland Indians, followed by the Angeles and White Sox. You can get in for as low as $4 across all three games against Cleveland (4/15-4/17). Detroit Tigers tickets jump up to a $16 minimum when the Angels come into town on Friday (4/18).
4/7/14 - The Detroit Tigers have hit the ground running to start off the season with four wins out of five games at Comerica Park. They're currently first in the AL Central with a 4-1 record after a near-sweep of the Kansas City Royals (the final game has been postponed until June 19 due to rain) and the Baltimore Orioles—thanks to Michael Cabrera (7 hits in 20 at-bats) and the rest of the lineup. Next up, Detroit will visit the Dodgers in Los Angeles for two games (4/8-4/9) and travel further south to take on the San Diego Padres in a weekend series (4/11-4/13). Cheap Detroit Tigers tickets are available this Wednesday against Los Angeles for $2 and Sunday against San Diego for $17 (4/12).
3/31/14 - What a stellar day for debuts! The Detroit Tigers and first year manager Brad Ausmus started the year off in a big way, with a 3-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Opening Day. The Tigers rallied past the Royals when Alex Gonzalez tied the score in the seventh and later, the shortstop sent KC to their first loss with a walk-off single in the ninth. See some more great action with Detroit Tigers tickets this week against Kansas City; tickets start at an incredibly low $3 on Wednesday (4/2) and drop even lower, to $1 this Thursday (4/3).
3/24/14 - Since Jose Iglesias' shin injury will likely sideline him all season, the Detroit Tigers have been busy raking up some shortstop options. After acquiring Andrew Romaine from the Angels, the Tigers traded for a second shortstop: veteran Alex Gonzalez from Baltimore in exchange for utility infielder Steve Lombardozzi. Reigning American League Cy Young victor, Max Scherzer, has reportedly rejected a "substantial" extension offer (that would have made him one of the seven highest-paid pitchers in baseball) and will enter free agency after this season, as negotiations have officially closed. The Tigers have three games left at Joker Merchant Stadium before the end of Spring Training: both Tuesday's and Thursday's matchups against the Atlanta Braves are $29 to get-in.
3/17/14 - Bad news for the Tigers: Jose Iglesias is now sidelined with stress fractures in both shins. It is unclear whether last year's AL Rookie of the Year candidate (Iglesias) will miss the majority of the season, but it is certain that he'll start the year on the disabled list. This leaves a vacancy in the shortstop position, and one that could potentially be filled by former Red Sox SS Stephen Drew, who is still left on the market. The Tigers are the third most expensive team to see on Opening Day: it'll cost you $205 on average to see Detroit take on division rivals, the Kansas City Royals, at the start of the year. You can score Detroit Tigers tickets for much cheaper this week during Spring Training! Pay $37 to get-in for their game this Sunday against the Miami Marlins.
3/10/14 - Detroit Tigers fans have reason to be as excited as ever this season. With three weeks left until Opening Day, ESPN/FanGraphs have projected that the Tigers are favorites to win the World Series based on some big winter moves (chiefly the Prince Fielder trade for Ian Kinsler), the lack of competition in the AL this year, and Detroit's strength of schedule (with 19 games against both Minnesota and Chicago). See if this prediction fares well in the last few weeks before regular season! Detroit Tigers tickets are $28 to see them take on the Marlins on Thursday and the Houston Astros on Saturday.
3/3/14 - After an exciting first week of Spring Training, the Detroit Tigers have a 3-2-1 record, with two wins over the Braves and one over the Astros. It seems like the team struggles with split-squad games, having lost both to the Phillies and Yankees. In their awesome rotation, Anibal Sanchez has been the early start of spring: recording 17 stunning strikeouts—setting franchise single-game record—not bad for a pitcher who once led the AL in ERA. All of the Tigers' starters except Justin Verlander have made their spring debut, with the pitcher slated to make his first appearance on the mound this Thursday against the Phillies. Detroit Tigers tickets are just $22 to start for their game against Philadelphia in Lakeland.
2/24/14 - With spring training in full swing, Detroit Tigers fans finally get to see if the puzzling offseason Doug Fister trade (for LHPs Robbie Ray, Ian Krol and utility man Steve Lombardozzi) will pay off. The Tigers were one of the teams unscathed by offseason surgeries or injuries, but Alex Avila and Duane Below missed practice this weekend due to minor injuries. They'll be back to perform by the time the Grapefruit League play starts. The Tigers will take on the Atlanta Braves for their first spring training game; you can get-in for $19.
2/18/14 - Spring Training for the Detroit Tigers is officially under way! All pitchers, catchers and position players have reported and partook in the team's first full workout today. Brad Ausmus addressed/introduced himself to the entire roster today before practice, see how the new manager starts off his first year in Detroit while down in Florida! Before you know it your Motown boys will be taking the field to play their first Spring Training game of the season against the Atlanta Braves. Detroit Tigers tickets start at $17 in Lakeland next Thursday (2/27).
2/11/14 - The Detroit Tigers will officially begin Spring Training with their first game against the Atlanta Braves (2/27), but you have a chance to see them earlier than that! As per tradition, Detroit will take on Lakeland's own (Div. 2) Florida Southern Moccasins for a special Grapefruit League exhibition game, and you can get in for a just $1! Though that game is over two weeks away, many players, including Alex Avila, are already hitting the weights and working on their goods under the Florida sun. Get Detroit Tigers tickets and watch this gung-ho team take off early!
1/27/14 - Can the Detroit Tigers win their fourth consecutive AL title? Will the Detroit Tigers score their first World Series pennant in 20 years? Because of Detroit’s depth in the hitting and pitching rotations with a handful of powerhouse players, many people seem to think they can take it all the way despite the loss of some notable pieces, including Prince Fielder and Doug Fister. Detroit Tigers tickets are averaging $44 to scout the new team out during Spring Training and see what they've got!
The Detroit Tigers are revved up and rearing to go, after their postseason run was cut short by future World Series Champs, the Boston Red Sox, last season in the ALCS. This year the Tigers will look to seek revenge without some of their biggest players: prime slugger Prince Fielder, right-handed starter Doug Fister and closer Jaoquin Benoit. Still, early projections are nearly unanimous in favoring the Tigers to win 90-plus games, take the AL title and achieve the most wins in manager Brad Ausmus’ first season.
Detroit has offset their winter losses with the acquisition of Ian Kinsler of the Texas Rangers, closer Joe Nathan, Rajai Davis, Steve Lombardozzi and Ian Krol. Additionally, Justin Verlander is expected to be back healthy and in the lineup sometime during Spring Training. All of Detroit's offseason moves were made with an effort to “run the bases better” and “improve the club defensively” in mind, as stated by GM Dave Dombrowski. Score some Detroit Tigers tickets this season to see if all the re-working has paid off!
10/11/13 - The Tigers are no stranger to the ALCS; after sweeping the Yankees in last year's LCS, they'll face the Boston Red Sox in 2013. Like last year, the Tigers will have to do without home-field advantage. ALCS tickets in Detroit are 3% cheaper than last year's Championship Series, and are also cheapest in the League.
10/4/13 - Entering the ALDS against the Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers World Series tickets are averaging $1,660. While the Tigers currently have the cheapest division series tickets, Detroit has the third most expensive World Series ticket price of any team in the division series.
9/25/13 - For the third straight year, the Detroit Tigers are in the postseason. A win in the last four regular season games will put them atop the AL Central. And, the sooner the better as the team would like to give slugger Miguel Cabrera, who has a sore groin, a few days’ rest. At the very least, the Tigers will play in a Wild Card game. If necessary (and Detroit fans are hopeful), Detroit will advance to the Divisional Series with a division win. The first home game at Comerica Park in the ALDS is averaging $90, the lowest of any division series in MLB.
7/25/13 - Once again the Tigers are setting the pace in the AL Central, and once again third baseman Miguel Cabrera is having a Triple Crown pace season, leading the AL in batting average, while second in homers and RBI. Never in baseball’s long illustrious history has a batter won Triple Crowns in consecutive years; can Cabrera become the first?
3/29/13 – Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers agreed to a five-year, $140 million contract extension today for 2015-2019. The 30-year-old RHP is the highest-paid pitcher in baseball and recently tweeted that he and his teammates would bring a World Series to Detroit. The Tigers will begin their quest for a World Series Title on the road against the Minnesota Twins with their first series at Comerica Park versus the team they swept in the American League Championship Series last year – the New York Yankees. Tigers tickets in April are the fifth most expensive in MLB with both the highest priced game of the season (New York Yankees) and cheapest (Toronto Blue Jays) on Detroit’s schedule this year.
Deee-troit Baseball is back! In fact, the Detroit Tigers are amongst the favorites to win the 2013 World Series. Detroit's 2012 squad swept the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series to get a coveted spot in the World Series. Additional 2012 highlights included Miguel Cabrera earning the American League Triple Crown in batting (the first player to do so since 1967) and Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer finishing one-two in strikeouts in the American League. Lets not forget that Cabrera was named the AL's MVP, the same award Verlander won the year prior.
2012 marked the first back-to-back Divisional titles in team history. 2013 brings new goals — including getting back to the World Series and securing a fifth World Series Championship. Much of the Tigers squad for 2013 is set; for those few positions up for grabs, Spring Training games will help finalize the 40-man roster. The Detroit Tigers schedule opens up with a Spring Training game against the Atlanta Braves on February 22nd.
So, "Who's your Tiger?" Is it three-time American League strikeout champion Justin Verlander? Is it seven-time All-Star Miguel Cabrera? Or is it one of Detroit's three top prospects named to Baseball America-s Top 100 list — top hitting prospect Nick Castellanos (potential Triple A start), Avisail Garcia/"Miggy Jr.," or rookie closer Bruce Rondon? Do we dare leave out nine-time Gold Glove Award winner Torii Hunter?
With a roster this stacked and an AL Pennant driving demand up, it is not surprising that Detroit Tigers tickets have gone up in price. Overall, however, Tigers tickets are still not among the most expensive in MLB. In fact, regular season Tigers game tickets are seventh cheapest in the League averaging just $57. World Series tickets at Comerica Park were about half the cost of World Series tickets at AT&T Park last year — a good sign should the team make it back!