If you’re planning on heading down to Comerica Park for Opening Day on Monday, make sure you know what you can and cannot bring inside the ballpark.
The Detroit Tigers have a number of new food, merchandise and fan amenities for the 2015 season.
The Detroit Tigers, in compliance with Major League Baseball’s league-wide security initiative, have reinforced safety and security measures for the upcoming 2015 season at Comerica Park.
After bringing us the original Bacon on a Stick, the chefs in the Comerica Park kitchen are taking things to the next level by adding three jalapeno-topped deviled eggs to the extra-thick strip of bacon.
It’s Detroit’s annual spring ritual and the biggest party of the year, The Detroit Tigers Home Opener and 97.1 The Ticket’s Opening Day Block Party.
The Tigers began the process Tuesday to load two semis with equipment that will be transported to the team’s spring training home in Lakeland, FL.
Delaware North is looking for civic organizations, high-school boosters, churches and other nonprofit groups to operate concessions at the stadium in an opportunity to help to raise funds for the respective organizations.
Comcast has increased the bandwidth at Comerica Park to allow the Tigers and reporters to share information quicker from the American League Division Series.
Crews are hard at work at Comerica Park preparing the stadium for the Detroit Tigers home games during the American League Divisional Series.
Welcome to the first edition of Detroit Proud: Around Town! Each week, we’re dedicated to bringing you the inside scoop for local music and film events happening around town! Need something to do this weekend? […]