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DTW Meet in San Francisco

Unfortunately this isn’t something I’ll be able to participate in, but Craig Colwell is offering to coordinate an outing for our West Coast Tigers fans. Here is what Craig asked me to post:

Tigers vs Giants

June 16,17,18 in San Francisco

If there is enough interest from Tiger fans here on the left coast or from out of towners, wanting to visit one of great ball parks in the country (excluding Comerica), I will buy a block of tickets for one or more of the games.

I am thinking baseball and a few drinks before or after the game or both.

If you haven’t been to ATT Park, it is a great baseball experience.

If interested email Craig at ccolwell [at] sonic dot net

I know that at a Mariners game last year there was a large contingent of Tigers fans and DTW readers, but they were all on their own. Thanks to Craig for offering to unite the group.

Also this seems like a good time to mention that there is a Detroit Tigers Weblog page on Facebook. I’m not really sure how to leverage this, but all the cool kids are doing it. So if you’re a Facebooker, you can become a DTW fan.

Posted by on March 9, 2008.

Categories: 2008 Season, Fan Experience

2 Responses

  1. I’ve been to AT&T Park (how sad is it that I still think of it as another long-distance carrier’s name, but I digress) several times and it is absolutely fantastic. I’ve been to Comerica several times, and love it, but the Pacific Ocean isn’t right outside the right field fence. I would highly recommend to anyone thinking about it to go out there. I might just try to do that now myself!

    by Chris in Nashville on Mar 9, 2008 at 12:51 pm

  2. I concur. I’ve been to the Giants park 3x and its wonderful!

    by rings on Mar 9, 2008 at 4:58 pm

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