Detroit, MI- The Detroit Tigers host the franchise's 13th annual Negro Leagues Weekend April 24-26 as the Tigers host the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park. On Saturday, April 25 the Tigers will don the throwback uniforms of the Detroit Stars and the Indians will suit up as the Cleveland Buckeyes during the 21st Annual Negro Leagues Tribute Game, presented by Comerica Bank.
Veterans and their families will get to enjoy a Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park as part of FOX Sports Supports and the Military Veteran's Program (MVP) ‐ Mario Impemba's salute to those who served and the families impacted by the service of a loved one in support of our nation. MVP opens the 2015 season tonight (April 20), when the Detroit Tigers host the New York Yankees at 7:08 p.m.
Prior to Friday's game vs. the Chicago White Sox at 1:08 p.m., more than 2,500 students from local schools will participate in Career Day, the first installment of the Tigers' annual "Class Outside Series" of events. The pre-game workshop will focus on careers in professional sports including media relations, marketing, sponsorship, broadcasting, stadium operations, and sales. There's a diverse line-up of featured speakers who will share their real life, day-to-day experiences working in professional sports.
The 2015 season gets underway, Monday, April 6, and the Detroit Tigers are asking all fans attending Monday's home opener, and for all games at Comerica Park in 2015, to be aware of the following construction and potential traffic concerns.
Baseball returns to Detroit on Monday, April 6, as the Tigers begin their 2015 campaign at Comerica Park. The three-game homestand will feature the Minnesota Twins from April 6 through April 9. First pitch for all games is scheduled for 1:08 p.m.
Following the successful launch of the people-powered Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers' (MDCD) Motor City Wheels mascot races in the 2014 baseball season, the MDCD, in partnership with the Detroit Tigers, are adding two new mascots to the lineup. "Cam Aro" and "Shelley Chevelle" will be in training and available for photos on Thursday, April 2, during Tigers Media Day between 1pm - 4pm.