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10 Things You May Have Missed at Comerica Park

The #Tigers finished up a six-game homestand with a three-game sweep of the Colorado Rockies over the weekend. Here are 10 things you may have missed happening at Comerica Park this week…

1. Christmas in July


The #Tigers celebrated Christmas in July on Tuesday. While the team was gearing up to take on the Chicago White Sox, fans were greeted with stockings, decorations and Santa!

2. Jack White’s First Pitch


As part of the Christmas in July festivities, Detroit-native Jack White threw out the first pitch to Santa.

3. A Pair of V-Mart 3-run home runs

Victor Martinez hit three-run home runs in back-to-back games this weekend. It’s the fourth time this season he has hit a home run in consecutive games, and the first since doing so on June 20th and 21st against Cleveland.

4. Kids Club Meet and Greet

Some lucky Kids Club members got the chance to meet and take photos with Ian Kinsler before Thursday’s game against the White Sox.

5. Lauryn Williams First Pitch


Lauryn Williams threw out the first pitch on Wednesday. Williams was the first American woman to win Olympic  medals in both the Summer (track) and Winter (bobsled) Olympic games.

6. Hunter and Braden

Hunter and Braden threw out a very special first pitch on Sunday’s game against the Rockies. 14-year old Hunter carried 7-year old Braden on his back for 40 miles earlier this summer to raise awareness for cerebral palsy, a disorder Braden was born with.

7. Pudge Rodriguez First Pitch

Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez was in Detroit over the weekend to help celebrate Fiesta Tigres! As part of the ceremony, he threw out the “first pitch” on Saturday.

8. Fiesta Tigres


The 9th Annual Fiesta Tigres kicked off on Friday afternoon with a luncheon at Comerica Park that featured a Q&A session with Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez. Friday’s festivities also included the annual “Dia en el Parque” event that invited children from the Clark Park Coalition to the ballpark. These kids had the chance to take a tour of the ballpark and meet J.D. Maratinez. Saturday’s celebration included a special Tigres jersey and a ceremony honoring Pudge Rodriguez.

9. Robot First Pitch

The Tigers have seen Robocop, Jack White and even a Samurai throw out the first pitch this year, so why not add an actual robot to the list? This robot was designed by Michigan high school students and is able to shoot a ball at over 100 miles per hour, but the students took it easy on PAWS Wednesday evening.

10. Tigers score in every inning

The Tigers scored in all eight innings of a nine-inning home game for the first time since 1912 in their 11-5 win over the Rockies on Saturday night.

Homestand Highlights (7/29 – 8/3)

After seven games on the west coast, the #Tigers return to Comerica Park next week for a six-game homestand against the Chicago White Sox and Colorado Rockies.


7/29 – WHITE SOX v. TIGERS – at 7:08 PM ET

  • Christmas in July: Why wait until December to celebrate the holiday season? Santa Claus will pose for pictures with fans and participate in the “Prance Around the Park” pre-game on-field parade featuring 400 Salvation Army Day Campers, the Detroit Tigers Kids Club Grand Marshall and a dance performance by the elves from Deborah’s Stage Door Dancers. Musical entertainment for the special occasion includes Christmas music through
    out the ballpark. Salvation Army Red Kettles will be located at all entrances to the ballpark so fans can help celebrate the season of giving.
  • Detroit native and nine time GRAMMY winner Jack White will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
  • Gloves for Kids Autograph Signing: Tigers catcher Bryan Holaday will be appearing at the ABC Warehouse in Southgate from 12:00-1:00 p.m. as part of the Gloves for Kids program. During each visit, a Tigers player signs a collectible poster for the fans in attendance. In addition, free Little Caesars pizza and soft drinks will be served. The ABC Warehouse appearances are to promote the Gloves for Kids “Weekend of Giving” September 5-7, 2014 at Comerica Park when CBS Radio stations and the Tigers will be collecting equipment outside the main gate. Gloves for Kids is a program designed to provide Detroit’s youth the sporting equipment necessary to participate in organized baseball and softball.
  • Game Ball Delivery: The game ball will be delivered by Sergeant Dale Gage of the United States Army from Flint, Michigan.
  • The national anthem will be performed by Lisa Page Brooks.

7/30 – WHITE SOX v. TIGERS – at 7:08 PM ET

  • Justin Verlander and Detroit Tigers Host Johnny Agar: During the 2014 Tigers Winter Caravan, many Tigers players met an inspirational young man, Johnny Agar of Rockford, Michigan, who was born with cerebral palsy. Son of former Tigers prospect Jeff Agar, Johnny harbors a competitive spirit akin to his father. The father-son team has competed in many races, with Jeff pushing Johnny in a jogger. It was his competitive spirit that drove Johnny to work towards crossing the finish line of his own accord at a local 5K race in August, 2012. Johnny’s story was featured on ESPN’s “E60” in 2013. Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander was so inspired by Johnny’s story that he has personally invited Johnny to be his guest at tonight’s game.
  • Gloves for Kids Autograph Signing: Tigers pitcher Ian Krol will be appearing at the ABC Warehouse in Farmington from 12:00-1:00 p.m. as part of the Gloves for Kids program.
  • Game Ball Delivery: The game ball will be delivered by Lieutenant Ryan Zaleski of the United States Navy from Traverse City, Michigan.
  • The national anthem will be performed by Renae Murphy.

7/31 – WHITE SOX v. TIGERS – at 1:08 PM ET

  • The national anthem will be performed by Lynnae Winnie.

8/1 – ROCKIES  v. TIGERS – at 7:08 PM ET

  • Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez Interview: As a kickoff to the 2014 ¡Fiesta Tigres! Activities, fans will have the opportunity to experience an up-close and personal one-on-one interview with Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez. The interview will take place at 6 p.m. in the Big Cat Court. Rodriguez will be interviewed by international reporter, Jesse Sanchez.
  • Following the game there will be Friday Night Fireworks, presented by Pepsi (weather permitting).
  • Detroit Tigers Foundation 50/50 Raffle: The Detroit Tigers Foundation 50/50 Charity Raffle continues at Comerica Park this season. This weekend, the raffle will take place on Friday and Saturday. The partner charity for this weekend’s 50/50 raffle is the Centro Multicultural La Familia.
  • The national anthem will be performed by The Lutheran Choral Aires.

8/2 – ROCKIES v. TIGERS – at 7:08 PM ET

  • ¡Fiesta Tigres! Celebration: The Tigers will host the ninth annual ¡Fiesta Tigres! celebration, sponsored by Miller Lite, to recognize and honor the contributions of Hispanic and Latino players to the game of baseball. Current Tigers players with Hispanic or Latino heritage will be honored as part of the ¡Fiesta Tigres! Celebration. In addition, the Tigers will host Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez, a member of the 2006 Detroit Tigers World Series team, who will be honored in a special pregame ceremony and will throw out a ceremonial first pitch. ¡Fiesta Tigres! Will feature live entertainment on the concourse from traditional Mexican Ballet Folklorico, Moyocoyani Izel and Raices Mexicanas de Detroit dance groups, Samba 1 Brazilian Dance Group from Chicago, live salsa and merengue band Orquesta Sensacional, Cuban Jazz by Tumbao Bravo, premiere guitar duo Los Primos, DJ Tony Toca spinning the latest reggeton, bachata and a variety of Spanish hits, Mariachi Gallos de Oro and Mariachi Juvenil. Returning to ¡Fiesta Tigres! In 2014, the Tigers will wear a special alternate uniform with the Spanish translation of “Tigers” on the chest.
  • The first 15,000 fans 21-and-older will receive an Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez Collectible Figurine, courtesy of Miller Lite.
  • Following the game there will be Saturday Night Fireworks, presented by Pepsi (weather permitting).
  • The national anthem will be performed by Jessica Hernandez.

8/3 – ROCKIES v. TIGERS – at 1:08 PM ET

  • All kids 14-and-under will receive a PAWS “Pop-Out” Figurine, courtesy of FOX-2.
  • First Pitch: A ceremonial first pitch will be thrown by brothers Hunter and Braden Gandee from Temperance, Michigan. Hunter, an 8th grader, raised national awareness for cerebral palsy, a movement disorder that Braden was born with by successfully walking 40 miles over two days with Braden, 7, strapped to his back, a highway walk Hunter dubbed the “Cerebral Palsy Swagger.”
  • All Sunday home games are Kids Days at Comerica Park. All kids 14-and-younger will receive a free promotional item as part of the “Every Kid, Every Sunday” giveaway guarantee, can enjoy free rides courtesy of Kroger on the Comerica Bank Carousel or the Fly Ball Ferris Wheel, can take part in free face painting, have the chance to win a Fisher Price mini-Corvette and are invited down to the field for Kids Run the Bases courtesy of Aquafina following the game, weather permitting.
  • The national anthem will be performed by 11-year-old Brooklyn Stack.


Bicycle to the Ballpark – August 17th
Pink Out The Park – September 12th
Jewish Heritage Night – September 14th
Irish Heritage Night – September 25th


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Scenes from our Eighth Annual ¡Fiesta Tigres! Celebration

Yesterday, the Tigers held their eighth annual ¡Fiesta Tigres! celebration at Comerica Park.  The evening included Latin dancing, music and much more. Plus, 1984 World Series Champion Juan Berenguer was inducted into the Hispanic Heritage Baseball Hall of Fame in a special pre-game, on-field ceremony prior to the Tigers game vs. the Chicago White Sox. Plus, for the first time since 1960, Detroit Tigers players wore an alternate home uniform with “Tigres” inscribed across the chest to celebrate ¡Fiesta Tigres!


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Fiesta Tigres Weekend at Comerica Park

On August 3-4 the Detroit Tigers celebrated Fiesta Tigres to honor and recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino players to the game of baseball.  The weekend included a FUNdamentals clinic for over 100 children at Clark Park in Detroit, a luncheon honoring former Tiger, Carlos Guillen and an in-park celebration prior to Saturday night’s game.

On Friday morning, Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago along with bullpen coach, Mike Rojas and infield coach Rafael Belliard hosted a baseball skills clinic for nearly one hundred children at Clark Park in Detroit. The children learned the FUNdamentals of baseball and took pictures with the Tigers infielder and Detroit’s favorite mascot PAWS.


Immediately following the clinic, Carlos Guillen was honored at a special luncheon at the Tiger Club. The event featured a Q&A with Carlos, festive music and a video montage highlighting all of Carlos’ accomplishments with the Tigers.


On Saturday, the Detroit Tigers celebrated Fiesta Tigres throughout Comerica Park. Music filled the concourse as five different performing groups danced, sang and played their instruments for the crowds at Comerica Park. It all concluded with a special on-field ceremony where the Tigers honored their current Hispanic and Latino players with a video montage, and Carlos Guillen was inducted into the Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum Hall of Fame.



“Fiesta Tigres!” was a hit tonight at Comerica Park!


Roxanne Chantala performed the National Anthem.


Xochiquetzal performed during the pre-game out on the field.

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Cindy Estrada, Vice President of the UAW, threw the first pitch.


Detroit Tigers players and coaching staff members from Hispanic and Latino countries were honored during the game tonight.



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5a Celebracin annual de los Tigres de Detroit!

Acompaen a los Tigres de Detroit en celebrar las contribuciones de los jugadores Hispanos y Latinos al juego de biesbol.


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Los Tigres de Detroit contra los Indios de Cleveland- 7:05 de la tarde. La celebracin empleza a las 5:00 de la tarde.


Los primeros 10,000 fanticos recibirn una gorra de “Los Tigres” de Miguel Cabrera  por cortesa de FOX Sports Detroit.


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Saturday August 21st is the 5th annual “Fiesta Tigres” at Comerica Park. Join the Detroit Tigers as we celebrate the contributions of Hispanic and Latino players to the game of baseball. The first 10,000 fans will receive a Miguel Cabrera Tigers cap courtesy of FOX Sports Detroit. Detroit Tigers vs Cleveland Indians – 7:05 pm. The celebration begins at 5:00pm.


        Flags of Hispanic countries and photos of past and present Hispanic/Latino Tiger players will adorn the park. Live mariachi, salsa, jazz and top-40 Latin music will be performed throughout Comerica Park. Performances include: Mariachi Cora, Los Gallos de Oro, Orquestra Sensacional, Tumbao Bravo, Xochiquetzal Folkloric Ballet, Spanish Guitar Duo, Los Primos and DJ Carlos Seda.


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