Comerica Park - Detroit Tigers Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: April 10, 2021

Stadium Facts

Opened: 2000
Capacity: 41,083
Teams: Detroit Tigers
Address: Detroit, Michigan

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The Detroit Tigers are actually the oldest single team in baseball history and one of the oldest to remain under the same name and location throughout its entire time. They began as a minor league team in 1894, that’s right 1894 so they are quite old. Since they were founded in Detroit, they are the only minor league team from that era that still remains in its original location. Although they have been around for multiple centuries, they still have only had four World Series Championships to their name. Although this does include 11 American League pennants and four American League Central Division championships. However they have not always been a part of the Central Division similar to the Kansas City Royals. For the majority of their time they spent it playing in the East Division from the founding of these divisions until 1997. It was at that time that they switched to the Central Division which they have been a part of ever since.

Since this team is so old you can imagine that there have been many famous players that have gone through the organization. Some of their most famous names include Ty Cobb and Al Kaline. Ty Cobb is simply one of the most iconic players to ever play the game of baseball and is a legend that will go down in history. When it comes to their jerseys however they have not been as iconic. They have simply been following the two same basic designs since the founding of the team. Of course the materials of the jersey have improved with technology and a few logos have been added for financial purposes as well. They currently do not have any alternate uniforms, simply one home and one away jersey to choose from. So if you go to a ballgame do not expect to be blown away by their uniform.

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