The Tigers announced today that TigerFest 2007 is a sell out. Expected attendance is in excess of 12,000 fans. Unfortunately I waited too long so my son and I won’t be part of the throng.
If you were planning on seeing one of the 30 players at TigerFest your other option includes trying to catch up with the team at a caravan stop. Here is the full schedule:
Roster: Jeremy Bonderman, Curtis Granderson, Carlos Guillen, Mike Maroth, Magglio Ordonez, Nate Robertson, Kenny Rogers, Gary Sheffield, Al Avila, Jeff Jones, Andy Van Slyke, Rod Allen, Mario Impemba.
Wednesday January 17th
11:05-12:00: Saginaw Valles State University Pep Rally (free to public)
3:00-4:45: Oakland University Rally (free to public)
6:45-8:30: Taylor Sports Plex Rally (free to public)
Thursday January 18
12:30-2:00: Monroe County Community College Rally (free to public)
5:45: Mud Hens Fandemonium (sold out)
Roster:: Brandon Inge, Craig Monroe, Placido Polanco, Chris Shelton, Marcus Thames, Justin Verlander, Vance Wilson, Jim Leyland, Rafael Belliard, Gene Lamont, Lloyd McClendon, Dan Dickerson
Wednesday January 17
11:45-12:45: MSU Breslin Rally (free to public)
6:00-9:00: West Michigan Whitecaps Banquet (sold out)
Thursday January 18th
10:45-12:00: Western Michigan University Rally at James Miller Auditorium (free to public)
6:00-7:00: Eastern Michigan University Rally at EMU Convocation Center (free to public)
5:30-10:00: Bowling Fundraiser to benefit Mott Children’s Hospital & Detroit Tigers Foundation. Colonial Lanes Bowling Center Ann Arbor.
A glance in today’s sport section shows that many players are sticking around on Sunday to do autograph appearances. But unlike years past when the going rate was $10-20 for an auto it looks like it will cost you at least $40. Ah, the price of success.