Thousands of fans descended on downtown Detroit for 97.1 The Ticket’s Opening Day Block Party in celebration of the Detroit Tigers home opener vs. the New York Yankees.
Opening Day brought thousands to downtown Detroit and many of the fans didn’t even have tickets to the game.
The Tigers christened the 2013 season at Comerica Park with a 8-3 victory over the New York Yankees.
Dirks fielded questions on Tigers home Opening Day Friday about all the big names and the contributions expected from them this season.
DETROIT (WWJ) — One thing I will never apologize for is being a Detroit booster. I’ve lived Downtown for 26 years. I run on the riverfront and walk my dog, Chrissy, there. I’ve had the […]
The spring-time tradition is back! Detroiters descend on Comerica Park and Grand Circus Park for Tigers baseball and 97.1 The Ticket’s Opening Day Block Party. Let’s go Tigers!
Don’t forget to bring your sunglasses to Comerica Park on Friday for the Detroit Tigers Home Opener, because you’re definitely going to need them.
The moment Tigers fans have been waiting for all winter long has finally arrived: Opening Day in Detroit.
Tigers baseball returns to Detroit this Friday, April 5 as the 2013 Detroit Tigers roar into Comerica Park for their first homestand of the year.
Sneakerheads and baseball fans will be lining up to get their hands on this special shoe honoring Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera and his 2012 triple-crown-winning performance.