While the list for players and coaches making the trip to Michigan is still being set, likely to be released in mid-January, the TigerFest schedule of events is familiar. Players and coaches will sign autographs at several locations set up around the park, including a kids-only autographs table. The Tigers' clubhouse will be open for fans to explore, and will include a display of baseball artifacts. The visitors' dugout will be open for fans to visit and take photos. A guided tour will take fans into some of the Tigers' executive offices, the Ernie Harwell Media Center, a luxury suite and the Champions Club.
Three stages will feature players and club officials, including question-and-answer sessions, seminars and clinics.
Activities for kids include a miniature Comerica Park stage featuring Tigers player-book readings, games and activities, as well as free face-painting and baseball-themed games.
All fans attending will receive a free TigerFest scarf.
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