Detroit Tigers Tickets

The Detroit Tigers have an illustrious history that spans all the way back to 1901, when they joined the MLB along with seven other original American League teams. In fact, they are the oldest continuous one-name single-city franchise in their league. Bragging rights have come few and far between for the Tigers, however, as they have only four World Series Championships that came in 1935, 1945, 1968, and most recently in 1984. Fans are undoubtedly eager for another shot at greatness; could this be the year it happens? Check back often to find out. Purchase your Detroit Tigers tickets and reserve your seats at baseball history right here with Razorgator.

Tigers Tickets and Schedule

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Fri Sep 22 7:10 PM Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
Sat Sep 23 6:10 PM Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
Sun Sep 24 12:10 PM Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
Detroit, MI

Detroit Tigers News

A 2-1 start over the Cleveland Indians has moved the Detroit Tigers to a 14-13 record in Week 4 of the MLB season. Tigers were up 2-0 in the series heading in to Wednesday’s game, but despite an incredible game from pitcher Matt Boyd, they could not win for the third night in a row. Boyd threw more than 100 pitches, 64 of them strikes. One, however, did not go well. A fastball to Jose Ramirez ended in a two-run triple that made the difference in the outcome of the game. Following the fourth and final game in the series Thursday, Detroit heads out for two weeks on the road. First up are three games against Oakland at O.CO Coliseum. Tickets are available today for $15.
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It’s been several years in the making, but the Detroit Tigers are showing a promising start to the 2017-2018 MLB season. Ranked No. 7 just two weeks in to the season, the Tigers have won six of eight games and have plenty of talent to go around. Manager Brad Asmus has a good rotation of pitchers, although the bullpen is young. “I think there’s a good energy here,” he stated. Detroit has a 162-game schedule ahead of them; can the momentum keep them going? The Tigers head out for the next three series against Cleveland, Tampa Bay and Minnesota. They’ll return to Comerica Park in Detroit for an April 25-27 stretch against Seattle.
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