The 2018 Detroit Tigers schedule kicks off with the only Opening Day interleague matchup, as they face the Pittsburgh Pirates on March 29. Detroit follows that series up with another three-game set against the Kansas City Royals. Tickets for the Tigers vs Pirates series are currently starting at $15, while Tigers vs Royals tickets are a great value at $7. During their longest home stand of the year, Detroit will face the Chicago White Sox (May 25-27), Los Angeles Angels (May 28-31) and Toronto Blue Jays (June 1-3). Tigers vs White Sox tickets are going for $15, Tigers vs Angels tickets for $10 and Tigers vs Blue Jays tickets for $19. For a chance to see Justin Verlander’s return to Detroit – and possibly see him take the mound – the Tigers will be hosting the Houston Astros from September 10-12. Tigers vs Astros tickets are as low as $11. Aside from their season-opening series, the remainder of Detroit’s interleague schedule falls after the All-Star break. The Tigers will face the Cincinnati Reds (July 31-August 1), Chicago Cubs (August 21-22) and St. Louis Cardinals (September 7-9).
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Tigers vs Indians Tickets
One of the most underrated rivalries in Major League Baseball, this matchup spans two different divisions, and over four decades. The Tigers and Indians were both founding members of the original AL East in 1969 and have been fighting for division crowns ever since. In 1994 the Indians moved to the AL Central and the Tigers followed in 1998. Both of these teams have seen extended eras of success in the AL Central and these matchups are often at the forefront of deciding who wins the Central year in and year out.
Tigers vs White Sox Tickets
This rivalry did not gain traction until the Tigers joined the AL Central in 1998. Where rivalries such as the Yankees-Red Sox, or Cubs-Cardinals are often just as much about emotion as the game itself, this rivalry is all about baseball. The Tigers and White Sox have combined for over five AL Central crowns, and many of the other years they battled down to the wire to decide the champion. One of the better rivalries in the Midwest, this game is always competitive and fun to watch.
Tigers vs Royals Tickets
One of the budding rivalries in the American League, this matchup has all the pieces in place to be as heated as any game in the Midwest. These teams first had taste of a rivalry when the Tigers joined the AL Central, but both teams had up and down success through the late 90s and early 2000s. However, in the last half decade both teams have put together pennant worthy teams with loads of young talent, building promise for future late September battles for the AL Central crown.
Detroit Tigers Baseball at Comerica Park Address: 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, Michigan, 48201
The Tigers play their home games at Comerica Park, located in Detroit, Michigan. When filled to capacity, Comerica Park holds more than 41,000 screaming Tigers fans. Comerica has activities for the whole family, including a carousel, a Ferris wheel, statutes of former Tiger greats, a liquid fireworks display and the Tigers Walk of Fame, a look at the history of Detroit's baseball team. The Detroit Tigers dugout is on the Comerica Park third base line in front of sections 131-135. Comerica Park parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
TicketCity's Comerica Park Seating Recommendation
The Infield Box sections behind home plate offer a great view of the field, but the Upper Infield sections 321-333 offer a great view as well at a fraction of the cost.
Detroit Tigers in the World Series, American League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
As one of the oldest franchises in the history of Major League Baseball, the Detroit Tigers have established themselves as one of the most successful organizations. The Tigers have won over three World Series titles with the first occurring in 1935. Detroit has also won more than five division titles to go along with their 10+ AL pennants. The Tigers will only add to their impressive numbers in the years to come.