Whether you're heading to the game -- or watching from home or work -- here's everything you need to know.
The Tigers announced their 25-man roster for Opening Day, which includes 12 pitchers, 12 position players and a designated hitter.
Pitchers: Matthew Boyd, Buck Farmer, Michael Fulmer, Shane Greene, Joe Jiménez, Francisco Liriano, Daniel Norris, Warwick Saupold, Daniel Stumpf, Drew VerHagen, Alex Wilson, Jordan Zimmermann
Position players: John Hicks, James McCann, Miguel Cabrera, Jeimer Candelario, Niko Goodrum, José Iglesias, Dixon Machado, Nicholas Castellanos, JaCoby Jones, Mikie Mahtook, Leonys Martin, Victor Reyes
When: Thursday, March 29, 2018 (Friday, March 30, 2018 after rain postponement) First pitch: 1:10 p.m. TV info: Fox Sports Detroit Radio info: 97.1 The Ticket (FM) Starting pitchers: Pit - Ivan Nova vs. Det - Jordan Zimmerman
Eastbound Fisher approaching Woodward (to access lots east of Woodward including Tiger Garage, Lot 4 and 5):
Take Fisher Service Drive East past Woodward: Turn Right into Tiger Garage or continue East to Brush St. Turn Right on to Brush St. to access lots 4 and 5
Take Fisher Service Drive to Park Ave. Turn Right Turn Left onto Elizabeth Cross Woodward and continue straight to lots 1 and 2 Fans on Woodward will be able to turn left/right onto Elizabeth from Woodward Ave.
We encourage those fans parked east of Woodward to take John R. and Brush St. north to Mack Ave. Turn right to access I-75 North and South and connect to all other major freeways from there.
Cass and Clifford north to I-75 (Fisher) Service Drive, turn Right to get to I-75 North and I-94 Take Grand River North to the Lodge Freeway (M-10) to reach I-94 and I-75 Take the I-75 Service Drive West to access I-75 South, I-96 and I-94.
Thursday is the Tiger’s Home Opener and it looks very iffy when it comes to wet weather. We will see spotty showers moving in by morning and although a lot of it will dry up, we will likely see showers around for tailgating as temps start again near 40 degrees.
Model data is all over the map with the consensus being rain showers moving back in by late afternoon or evening and temps will be in the neighborhood of 50 degrees. So, we could get through most of the game dry from 1-4 p.m. tomorrow in Downtown Detroit. Some model data keep most of the moisture south of us, but we cannot bank on that.
Opening Day festivities at Comerica Park on March 29 are scheduled to begin 30 minutes prior to the first pitch and will include:
Starting at just $29.99/month, the Tigers Digital Ballpark Pass will give you access to all April-September home games, with digital tickets delivered directly to your phone. Benefits include a guaranteed Standing Room ticket to every 2018 April-September home game, convenient auto-renewal each month, and easy ticket delivery via the MLB Ballpark App.
For just $49.99/month, fans may choose a Tigers Digital Ballpark Pass, which includes a guaranteed seat to each 2018 April-September home game. Exact seat assignments will vary from game to game (delivered digitally via the MLB Ballpark App before the first pitch). Seat locations include: Outfield Box, Lower Baseline Box, Upper Box, Mezzanine, Pavilion, Right Field Grandstand, Upper Grandstand and Upper Reserved Infield. Availability is limited, so place your order today. For more information, visit tigers.com/pass.
Fans get a unique chance to celebrate Tigers history with the 2018 Jack Morris and Alan Trammell Celebration Package, starting as low as $76. The package includes entry to four select Tigers home games (6/9, 7/21, 8/12 and 8/26), featuring the HOF number retirement ceremonies, as well as replica Hall of Fame plaques of Morris and Trammell. Seat locations include: Upper Grandstand, Pavilion, Upper Reserved Infield and Right Field Grandstand. Additional information can be found by visiting tigers.com/hof.
May 17-21, 2018 – Travel west to the Emerald City with Tigers Vacations and enjoy four Tigers games on the road. Guests will receive four nights of first-class accommodation at The Silver Cloud Hotel Seattle - Stadium, located directly across the street from Safeco Field. All vacations include round trip air fare, a pre-game party and an exclusive event with select Tigers players and team personnel. To purchase packages, visit tigers.com/vacations.
Official Tigers 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend packages are available now. Various travel options are available for fans hoping to see the induction of 1984 Word Series teammates Jack Morris and Alan Trammell. All packages include airfare, a reserved ticket for the induction ceremony and National Baseball Hall of Fame membership which includes admission into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. To purchase packages or for additional information fans can visit tigers.com.
Get your child excited about baseball and save money on tickets with the Detroit Tigers Kids Club presented by Aquafina, FOX Sports Detroit, and Kroger. The 2018 Tigers Kids Club includes an exclusive Detroit Tigers jersey, sling bag and spirit sleeve. For just $25, you can enroll your child now at tigers.com/kidsclub and receive discounts, BOGO ticket offers and membership benefits all season long.
The Detroit Tigers Foundation 50/50 Charity Raffle returns to Comerica Park this season at every Friday and Saturday home game beginning on Saturday, March 31 as well as on Opening Day, March 29. Continuing in 2018, the 50/50 Charity Raffle will be held on an electronic platform with volunteers selling raffle tickets through fixed touch-screen terminals and mobile devices. As a result, every transaction will be captured electronically, providing real-time raffle information to displays located throughout Comerica Park. 50/50 Charity Raffle volunteers will be stationed throughout the concourse, at entry gates and at 50/50 raffle terminals selling raffle tickets from the time gates open until the first pitch of the fifth inning. New in 2018, 50/50 raffle tickets may be purchased by credit card. Since 2008, the Detroit Tigers Foundation 50/50 Raffle has raised nearly $1.7 million to benefit charities in the greater Detroit community and awarded nearly $1.7 million in prizes.
The 10th Annual Keeping Kids in the Game presented by Delta Air Lines, the Detroit Tigers Foundation's signature summer fundraiser, is scheduled to be hosted by Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera on Monday, July 30. The event features exclusive ballpark and field access including self-guided tours of the home clubhouse, dugout photo station and private fireworks show. In addition, guests enjoy live entertainment, extraordinary auction items, strolling dinner, drinks and cigars in the MotorCity Casino Hotel Tiger Club. Proceeds from the event benefit children health and youth baseball programs through the Detroit Tigers Foundation, Miguel Cabrera Foundation, Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation and University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Limited sponsor and ticket packages are available by calling 313-471-2113.
The Detroit Tigers Foundation continues the Charity Jeans Day Program, an easy, fun and flexible way for Tigers fans and local companies to support their hometown team and youth baseball. Although this program runs all season, participating on Opening Day gives companies the opportunity to join in on the excitement that is felt throughout Metro Detroit. Participating companies can collect $5 donations from employees and all will receive limited edition Detroit Tigers pens. Top fundraising companies will earn autograph prize packs for employees and the top three fundraising companies will take home a custom Detroit Tigers Jersey. For more information, visit tigers.com/jeansday or call 313-471-2113.
Create a lasting memory at your next Tigers game with a personalized, custom message on the Comerica Park scoreboard for just $100. Now you can take that memory and share it with family and friends, as each purchased message comes with a digital photo of the message on the scoreboard. New in 2018, messages will run after the final out of the third inning, and photos will be sent via email within 10 business days of the game. All proceeds from the scoreboard message program benefit the Detroit Tigers Foundation, an affiliate of Ilitch Charities. For more information, visit tigers.com/scoreboard.
The District Detroit is one of the largest sports and entertainment developments in the country. Located in the heart of Detroit, this 50-block, mixed-use development led by the Ilitch organization unites eight world-class theatres, five neighborhoods and three professional sports venues in one vibrant, walkable destination for people who want to live, work and play in an exciting urban environment. Home of the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Lions – The District Detroit represents the greatest density of professional sports teams in one downtown core in the country.
Ken Haddad is the digital content manager for WDIV/ClickOnDetroit.com. He also authors the Morning Report Newsletter.
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