As the defending American League champions, the Detroit Tigers have target on their back from the rest of the league. This season will definitely be a tough one, but behind the likes of Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, and Justin Verlander, the Tigers will continue to be among the elite teams in Major League Baseball. Make sure you secure Tigers tickets today!
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Since 1901, Detroit Tigers baseball has been a staple of the Motor City. Along with other Detroit sports franchises (the Red Wings, Pistons and Lions) the Tigers help make up one of the greatest sports towns in the country.
Every season, the team has to compete in one of the toughest divisions in baseball, the Central Division. Over the years, the Tigers have had some tough games versus the likes of the Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox and even the Kansas City Royals. But, of all the teams in the Central Division, it's the Detroit Tigers who can say they have the most World Series championships, with four to their name. Their latest World Series title came in 1984 behind the double-play combination of Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker. They, along with pitcher Jack Morris, helped lead the Tigers to the win in Major League Baseball's biggest series.
Detroit Tigers baseball has always been about winning. Five times the franchise has won over 100 games in a season, with the best in recent years being 2011 when the Tigers won a total of 95 games. They went all the way to the World Series that baseball season before losing to the St. Louis Cardinals. Just six years following that appearance in the World Series, the Tigers returned to the "Fall Classic" once again in 2012. Unfortunately, they fell short once again, this time to the San Francisco Giants.
The franchise continues to build towards a World Series crown, this season they will be lead by triple crown winner Miguel Cabrera as well as ace pitcher Justin Verlander.
If you are a Detroit Tigers fan or just a baseball fan in Detroit, TicketNetwork.com can help connect you to Tigers tickets this season. Find the perfect seats for you, your friends or your family for a great day at Comerica Park!