DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – Detroit has once again become Tiger Town with tickets now on sale for potential 2012 American League Championship Series home games at Comerica Park.

Individual game tickets won’t be sold at the ballpark — you can only get them by calling 866-66-TIGER or visiting the Tigers’ website at this link beginning Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 10 a.m. There is a purchase limit of six tickets per person, per game.

WWJ Newsradio 950’s Ron Dewey found fans hanging out outside Comerica Park early Tuesday morning, getting pumped up for  their favorite team.

“The Tigers are going to knock it out the park, baby!” said Cholanda Buckman, who stopped on her morning run to pose for photos with the big tiger statue with her friend Rhonda Anderson.

“I always tell people when they come to my city that we have Lions and Tigers, no bears, but Wings! So … I have to support my city,” Buckman said. “They’re gonna knock it out and we’re going to be celebrating in Detroit and out here with lots of other people.”

Detroit has a chance to sweep the Oakland A’s Tuesday night on the road.  You can hear ALDS Game 3 beginning at 9 p.m. on 97.1 The Ticket.


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