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Comerica Park History

Address: 2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201

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Comerica Park Travel Info

Comerica Park is home to the MLB’s Detroit Tigers of the American League. Opened in ‘97 right next to the Detroit Lion’s Ford Field, Comerica Park is one of the larger stadiums in the MLB. As host to the Detroit Tigers’s MLB regular season games, this stadium routinely hosts crowds of 30,000 with a maximum capacity of 41,000. When first opened Comerica Park was a challenge for home run hitters because of its deep outfield. After much debate, the left field wall was moved to 370 feet to give fans some over the fence action.

As part of the MLB rotation, Comerica Park was the site of the MLB All Star Game in ‘05. Oddly enough a new record was set when Bobby Abreu hit 24 home runs in the first round, quite a feat in the vastness of this park. Comerica Park received national attention in ‘06 when the World Series came to the Motor City. Though the Tigers ended up losing to the Cardinals in the series, visitors came away impressed by the comfort of Comerica Park.