Detroit Tigers fans have waited patiently for a World Series contender since the early-1980s, and they finally have one. The poppular team is currently locked in a battle in the perennially competitive American League Central, but the pieces are clearly in place for the club to make a push toward the playoffs and a run at the 2012 World Series. Now is your chance to get your hands on Detroit Tigers playoff tickets for insanely low prices.
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Led by legendary skipper Jimmy Leland, the team has adapted an old-school approach and attitude in recent years. Ace and multiple Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander obviously pitches once every five games, and Tigers tickets are especially high in demand for those games. His muscular yet lanky frame allows him to fire the ball at or near 100 miles per hour, which is truly a sight to behold when witnessed up close and personal. Even cheap Tigers tickets in the upper levels and bleachers of Comerica Park will give you a clear view of the ball's path to the catcher's glove.
Along with a solid pitching staff, the team has added two of the game's most feared sluggers in the past years. Miguel Cabrera joined the squad in 2008, and it immediately changed the way that opposing pitchers approached the batting order of the Tigers. Not wanting to give up huge blasts to Cabrera that could quickly change the scope of a game and send folks with Detroit Tigers tickets into a frenzy, opposing pitchers would typically pitch around him and throw strikes to the hitters before him. Once National League home run king Prince Fielder was signed in the past offseason, it made the situation even more daunting for opposing pitchers. In short, the Tigers lineup is as potent and talented as any in the American League.
The confines of Comerica Park are large and welcoming, and the stadium was actually situated to deflect and minimize the impact of the winds, which are known to whip through the greater Detroit area from time to time. An impressive downtown skyline looms just past the centerfield wall, affording those in the top levels of the local skyscrapers a bird's-eye view of the action. A mammoth scoreboard and façade dominate the left field bleacher area, and two light towers that rise from its sides hearken back to an era before the days of wireless gadgets and talking phones. It is quite easy for folks that buy Tigers tickets and attend games to separate themselves from the demands of the real world when inside Comerica Park.
The Tigers will be hosting a few entertaining interleague series in the upcoming weeks before getting into the meat of their schedule. The White Sox and Indians will both be coming to Detroit twice before the season is over, and cheap Detroit Tigers tickets to those matchups are sure to sell out quickly.
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