Tigers-Indians Game Will Not Be Made Up

DETROIT – The makeup game between the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians scheduled for Monday, October 3, at Comerica Park will not be played since the game has no impact on seeding/home field advantage.

The loss to the Braves by the Tigers on Sunday ended any hope for a wild-card spot for Detroit.

Since the game will not be made up, fans can exchange their unused tickets at any time for a future non-premium regular season game scheduled to be played within 12 months from September 29, excluding Opening Day. For more information, visit tigers.com.

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  1. Jonathan Gruber says:

    BACK TO BACK LOSSES TO THE WORST TEAM IN BASEBALL……LUCKY THAT WE HAVE SEVEN MONTHS FOR THE STINK OF THOSE STEAMING PILES TO BLOW AWAY.

  2. Mike says:

    So I get to turn in my unused lower infield box seats for upper deck nosebleeds to a game next year? THANKS TIGERS!! Yet another punch in the gut from an organization determined to milk every penny from their loyal season ticket holders. How about a REFUND for an un-played game???

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