2018 Tigers Schedule
Even though it’s been more than 30 years since the Detroit Tigers won the World Series, there have been few times with as much recent success as this team has had, including four straight American League Central division titles this decade. Tigers fans can also take solace in the fact that few teams have tried as hard or spent as much money to remain a contender. Sadly, this will be the first season since the passing of longtime owner Mike Ilitch, and the team will dedicate this season to his memory. Nothing would be better than another divisional title and a postseason run this year, so take a look at the 2018 Detroit Tigers baseball schedule and order your Tigers tickets now.
Over the past couple of decades, most of the historic stadiums in Major League Baseball have been replaced by newer parks, and one of those includes Tiger Stadium, which was home to the Tigers for more than 80 years. The legendary Ty Cobb played there, as did other Tigers all-time greats like Jack Morris, Kirk Gibson, Al Kaline and Hank Greenberg to name just a few. For the last 17 years, a new crop of stars has played at Comerica Park, and the team has put together a remarkable home record there. When it first opened, Comerica Park was clearly a pitchers’ park because of its massive field dimensions. Thankfully for fans who enjoy seeing runs and home runs, those dimensions have been altered and now Comerica Park tickets will get you in to see one of the highest-scoring venues in baseball. If you want to see MLB baseball in person, check out the Tigers baseball schedule and buy your Detroit Tigers baseball tickets today.