Do Or Die: Detroit Tigers Host Pivotal Game 4 vs. Oakland Athletics
DETROIT (WWJ) – The Detroit Tigers have to work Tuesday if they want to avoid a first-round exit from the playoffs.
The hometown heroes are down two games to one against the Oakland Athletics. That means the Tigers have to win Tuesday’s game, which starts at 5:07 p.m., if they want to stay alive in the post season.
A limited number of tickets for Game 4 of the American League Division Series are still available by calling 866-66-TIGER, or by visiting www.tigers.com.
Comerica Park gates open at 2:30 p.m., and all fans in attendance will receive a Detroit Tigers Rally Towel. The ceremonial first pitch will be thrown out by former Tiger Frank Tanana.
Special – Game Day Travel Restrictions:
— I-75, Saginaw County, will have all northbound lanes open between Janes Road and the north junction with I-675; southbound I-75 will be closed with traffic detoured to southbound I-675.
— I-96, Oakland County, will have one westbound lane open overnight from Beck to Kent Lake roads from 10 p.m. Monday to 5 a.m. Tuesday.
— I-275, Wayne County, has one lane closed in each direction between Ecorse Road and Michigan Avenue.
— M-1 (Woodward Avenue), Oakland County, has two southbound lanes closed from Catalpa Road to Oakridge Road.
— M-10 (Lodge Freeway) in Detroit has the northbound right lane closed from McNichols Road to Schaefer Highway.
— M-53, Macomb County, is closed in each direction between Bordman Road and 34 Mile Road. A detour is posted.
— US-10, Midland County, will have single-lane closures, traffic shifts and short-term ramp detours from the Isabella County Line east to M-18.