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About the Detroit Tigers

Every summer, the Detroit Tigers thrill baseball fans at Comerica Park. Attending a game there is quite an experience. So grab a hot dog and a beverage, then sit back and enjoy Tigers baseball. The Bengals are one of the American League’s eight charter franchises.

Notable Tigers over the seasons include Ty Cobb, Hank Greenberg, Mickey Cochrane, Kirk Gibson, and Jack Morris. The Tigs’ main rivals are the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox.

The Motor City Kitties played 87 years at Tiger Stadium. They moved into their current home, Comerica Park, in 2000.

Detroit Tigers News

Mize lights up mound during first spring BP
Even if nobody expects to see top Draft pick Casey Mize pitching in Detroit anytime soon, and even if pitchers are normally ahead of hitters at this point in camp, many people simply wanted to see how big league hitters reacted to Mize's stuff on Tuesday, especially the splitter that devastated collegiate opponents.

'He's huge for us': Miggy back in action at camp
The buzz around Tigertown began as Matthew Boyd was working out in the weight room Monday morning before the Tigers' first full-squad workout of Spring Training. "He let me know he was facing me first," Boyd said of Miguel Cabrera. "I let him know what was coming. I told him, 'I'm still going to get you out.' We were jawing all day. It was good stuff."

Fulmer takes arbitration results in stride
No, Michael Fulmer is not going to moonlight as a plumber this season after losing his arbitration hearing last week. He also isn't going to hold any grudges against the Tigers, either.


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