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With an up and down 2016 season, the Detroit Tigers and looking to come back strong i 2017. Led by Miguel Cabrera, the Tigers are looking to take their spot back in the AL and compete for a World Series title. Get the best Detroit Tigers ticket prices available only on Rukkus!

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Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Comerica Park your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Comerica Park allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Comerica Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Comerica Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you are bound to see one of the nine heroic­size tiger statues, two of which are situated on top of the scoreboard in left­field. With each Tigers home run or victory, these tigers’ eyes light up accompanied by the sound of tiger growls played throughout the stadium.

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When do Detroit Tigers tickets go on sale?

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2016 Tigers Outlook

2015 was a shock to the Detroit Tigers as the usual playoff contender finished in last place in the AL Central. Last season the Tigers were plagued by injuries to key players like Miguel Cabrera. But with adding key players like Jordan Zimmermann and Justin Upton this offseason, the Tigers could once again be a top contender in the AL in the 2016 season.

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Few experiences can match the excitement of a Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park. Commanding pitching performances, spectacular defensive plays, blazing speed on the bases, and powerful bats at the plate are just part of what you can expect. The fan-friendly environment in the stadium makes this a must-see event for all baseball enthusiasts. Come and join the thousands of passionate Tigers fans in Detroit and pick up your tickets right away!



The Tigers organization has created a winning culture in the city of Detroit. Their baseball teams are consistently at the top of the standings as they battle for another AL Central pennant. The pitching staff is the envy of other teams in Major League Baseball, as they dominate their opponents. Athleticism in the field and offensive prowess at the plate are also staples of this Tigers team. Buy your tickets and head down to a Tigers game today!

The first-rate facility at Comerica Park adds to the enjoyment of Detroit Tigers baseball. The stadium comfortably holds over 40,000 zealous Tigers fans and boasts excellent eateries and vendors. Comerica Park has also seen its share of thrilling baseball that includes several division championships. Grab your tickets to Tigers baseball now!

A fun night of fascinating baseball and an electric atmosphere await you at Comerica Park. The Tigers are looking to continue their winning tradition as they take on some of the best competition the MLB has to offer. Join the thousands of passionate Tigers fans and get your Detroit Tigers tickets right away!

Roaring in the Motor City: A Brief History of the Detroit Tigers

The Detroit Tigers are one of the charter franchises in baseball’s American League, beginning play in 1894 as part of the Western League prior to joining the AL in 1901. Home games were played in Bennett Park until the 1911 move to Navin Field, which they would call home until the 1938 move to Briggs Stadium. The Tigers would again move in 1961, taking up residence at Tiger Stadium until their move to Comerica Park in 2000. Throughout their history, the club has seen its share of success and some long droughts.

The club would see middling results for the early years, alternating between above .500 and sub-.500 seasons. Fortune smiled on Detroit and their fans when they acquired an 18 year-old Ty Cobb in 1905. Cobb would go on to become an iconic Tiger and is regarded as one of the best players in MLB history. By 1907, the Tigers were officially contenders and began a stretch of three consecutive World Series appearances. Unfortunately, the club would fail to win any of them. After losing to the Chicago Cubs in both 1907 and 1908, the Tigers would fall in seven games to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1909. It would be their last postseason appearance for 25 years.

Although the club would finish above .500 in several seasons, the postseason drought was in full swing. The 1915 club was good enough to win 100 games, but unfortunately the Boston red Sox would win 101 to win the AL Pennant. Cobb would go on to a Hall-of-fame career, winning the AL Batting Title 12 times and amassing over 4,000 hits. After Cobb’s departure, the Tigers would build a solid foundation which included Hank Greenberg and Charlie Gehringer. Detroit slowly crept back towards relevancy and had the postseason back within its sights.

Detroit would have it all come together in the 1934 season as the Tigers roared to a record of 101-53 and win the AL Pennant. Behind the offense of Greenberg and Gehringer and a strong pitching staff led by Schoolboy Rowe, the Tigers returned to the World Series and took the St. Louis Cardinals to a decisive 7th game, an 11-0 rout by the Cardinals. The 1935 club would see their record fall to 93-58, still good enough to secure their second consecutive AL Pennant. Hank Greenberg would win the 1935 AL MVP and lead the team into a showdown with the Chicago Cubs in the World Series. The Tigers prevailed in six games and Detroit and their fans celebrated their first World Series Title.

Detroit would remain above .500 for each of the next four seasons, remaining in the thick of things but failing to make the playoffs. 1940 would bring a record of 90-64 and another AL Pennant. The Tigers returned to the World Series but were defeated by the Cincinnati Reds in seven games. After a slight downturn for the next four campaigns, the Tigers captured another AL crown in 1945 and returned to the World Series. Again, the series would go the distance as the Tigers upended the Chicago Cubs to secure their second World Series title. It would be the last taste of the postseason for the Tigers and their fans for over two decades.

Detroit would see a long stretch of lean years before returning to the postseason in 1968. Although the club would have several seasons with a record over .500 and a few 2nd place finishes, the club was unable to get over the hump. The club was able to put together a strong core in the 1960s that would give rise to some hope. Al Kaline and Norm Cash lead the offensive charge while Denny McLain and Mickey Lolich anchored the rotation for the 1968 club. The Tigers would cruise to record of 103-59 and win the AL Pennant. McLain took home both the AL MVP and Cy Young Awards, while Lolich would have his time to shine in the World Series. Lolich would pitch and win three games in the seven game World Series win over the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Tigers would fail to defend their crown and missed the postseason for the next three seasons. A 1972 AL East title gave the fans another dose of October baseball, a five game defeat to the Oakland A’s in the ALCS. Lean times returned and the club would fall to the middle and back of the pack for the next decade. The club began the rise back to contending, finishing 2nd in 1983 before soaring to a record of 104-58 in 1984 to secure the AL East title. Playoff baseball returned to the Motor City and the Tigers did not disappoint, disposing of the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS before defeating the San Diego Padres in five games to win the World Series. The Tigers looked poised for a stretch of regular postseason visits, but would finish 3rd in their division in both 1985 and 1986. The Tigers won the AL East again in 1987, but were defeated by the Minnesota Twins in five games to lose the ALCS.

A nearly two decade drought would follow and after a 2nd place finish in 1988 the club would struggle mightily and see only two seasons above .500 until the 2000s. 2003 was particularly embarrassing with a dreadful record of 43-119. From the ashes, the Tigers slowly built back into a contender and would finally return to the postseason in 2006. The club made it as far as the World Series before being defeated by the St. Louis Cardinals in five games. The club has remained competitive since then and made it to the postseason each year from 2011 through 2014.

The present day Tigers feature an imposing lineup as the club looks to return to the postseason. Sluggers Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez bat in the heart of a stacked lineup that has little trouble producing fireworks. Comerica Park continues to pack in the Tiger faithful and they hope this will be the year to capture another World Series crown.

Detroit Tigers Lineup

  • Al Alburquerque
  • Joba Chamberlain
  • Phil Coke
  • Buck Farmer
  • Joel Hanrahan DL60
  • Blaine Hardy
  • Jim Johnson
  • Ian Krol
  • Kyle Lobstein
  • Patrick McCoy
  • Melvin Mercedes
  • Joe Nathan
  • Rick Porcello
  • David Price
  • Luke Putkonen DL60
  • Robbie Ray
  • Evan Reed
  • Bruce Rondon DL60
  • Kyle Ryan
  • Anibal Sanchez
  • Max Scherzer
  • Chad Smith
  • Joakim Soria
  • Jose Valdez
  • Drew VerHagen DL60
  • Justin Verlander
  • Alex Avila
  • Bryan Holaday
  • James McCann
  • Miguel Cabrera
  • Nick Castellanos
  • Jose Iglesias DL60
  • Don Kelly
  • Ian Kinsler
  • Francisco Martinez
  • Hernan Perez
  • Andrew Romine
  • Eugenio Suarez
  • Ezequiel Carrera
  • Tyler Collins
  • Rajai Davis
  • Andy Dirks DL60
  • Daniel Fields
  • Torii Hunter
  • J.D. Martinez
  • Steven Moya
  • Victor Martinez

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Cheap Detroit Tigers Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels — 06/01/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$1.00 Cleveland Indians at Detroit Tigers — 06/14/2015
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Detroit Tigers — 05/25/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers — 05/16/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Detroit Tigers — 04/25/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Detroit Tigers — 05/23/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Detroit Tigers — 04/26/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers — 04/09/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Detroit Tigers — 04/27/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers — 05/18/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI

Best and Most Expensive Detroit Tigers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,785.00Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers — 07/19/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$888.00Philadelphia Phillies at Detroit Tigers — 05/24/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$445.00World Series: TBD at Detroit Tigers - Game 1 (If Necessary) — 10/21/2014
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$445.00World Series: TBD at Detroit Tigers - Game 6 (If Necessary) — 10/28/2014
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$389.00World Series: TBD at Detroit Tigers - Game 2 (If Necessary) — 10/22/2014
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$135.00Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers — 05/22/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$107.00ALCS: TBD at Detroit Tigers - Home Game 1 (If Necessary) — 10/10/2014
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$105.00Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros — 04/16/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$100.00ALCS: TBD at Detroit Tigers - Home Game 4 (If Necessary) — 10/18/2014
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$98.00The Who — 05/15/2016
Key Arena; Seattle, WA
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