Get your Tiger Tickets – Now!

Tiger tickets are going fast, and there won’t be much of a chance to see them at Comerica in the near future.

The Tigers have a 6 game homestand coming up in which they should draw close to 200,000. They’ve already sold 100k for the St. Louis series, and with Clemens likely to pitch for Houston one of those game stands a good chance of selling out. So if you don’t have tickets for this homestand, you might want to get down to the box office in the next day or so.

And if you miss the Tigers this homestand, you’re out of luck for a while. The Tigers head on the road for a 9 game road trip which is then followed by the All Star Break. So the Tigers won’t be home again until July 13th. They will then play their only 10 home games in March. In fact, after the upcoming homestand only 10 of their next 29 games are at home.

Now it may be rough for the Tigers, and fans, and ticket sales, but it could prove helpful come September when the Tigers play 17 of their final 28 at home. In fact 25 of their last 42 will be played in Detroit. If the Tigers are in a pennant race the team and ticket sales should definitely benefit.