Get tickets now as Tigers host O's, Red Sox and Angels during 10-game homestand

DETROIT - The Tigers return home from their six-game road trip to begin a ten-game homestand at Comerica Park on Monday night. The Baltimore Orioles (June 17-19) will make their only visit to Detroit this season, the Boston Red Sox come to town for a four-game series (June 20-23) and the Los Angeles Angels (June 25-27) face the Tigers for the second time this season. First pitch for Monday and Tuesday's games against the Orioles are
7:08 p.m., while Wednesday's is 1:08 p.m. First pitch for Thursday and Friday's against the Red Sox are at 7:08 p.m., Saturday's contest begins at
7:15 p.m. and Sunday's at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday's games against the Angels begin at 7:08 p.m. and the final game of the homestand on Thursday begins at 1:08 p.m.

Get your Tigers tickets for this season at Comerica Park now! Tickets are available at the Comerica Park Box Office, online at and by phone at (866) 66-TIGER (84437). For complete ticket information including single game, season, group and suites visit or call 313-471-BALL (2255).

Monday, June 17 - Baltimore Orioles (Probables: Scherzer vs. Hammel) @ 7:08 p.m. (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.)
•    Mario Impemba's Military Veteran Program (MVP): Beyond "Operation
   Opening Day", Fox Sports Detroit broadcaster Mario Impemba continues to
   thank the men and women of the United States Armed Force with the launch
   of a new program, MVP (Military Veterans Program) -- Mario Impemba's
   salute to those who served. Through the program, Mario hosts Veterans
   who fought in earlier conflicts (World War II - Persian Gulf) to attend
   Monday home games at Comerica Park. The group of 20 Veterans and guests
   receive a lower-bowl ticket to the Tigers game, a "MVP" t-shirt, a
   voucher for ballpark dinner (hot dog, chips and soda) and an autographed
   photo of Tigers broadcaster Mario Impemba. The Veterans and guests
   arrive to the ballpark in style by way of the Fox Sports Detroit Fan
•    Prostate Cancer Awareness Game: Major League Baseball and the Detroit
   Tigers partner with the Prostate Cancer Foundation for the 2013 Home Run
   Challenge. The goal is to raise awareness and funds to aid in research
   to   fight against prostate cancer. The partnership is celebrated
   league-wide on Father's Day, June 16 with MLB players and umpires
   wearing light blue wristbands and blue ribbon decals during the game to
   raise awareness of the Prostate Cancer Foundation. On Monday, June 17,
   The Tigers host a special group of guests during a pregame ceremony on
   the field at Comerica Park to raise awareness for the Prostate Cancer
   Foundation. Special guests include Dr. Evan Keller, Dr. Ajjai Alva, Dr.
   Todd Morgan, Dr. Felix Feng, Dr. John Jiang, Dr. Jinlu Dai, Dr. Joe
   Sottnik, Dr. Mary Osisami and Dr. Ram Mani. All are physicians from the
   University of Michigan and are grant recipients of the Prostate Cancer
   Foundation conducting research at the University of Michigan to find a
   cure for prostate cancer. As part of this recognition, the first 10,000
   fans will receive a Prostate Cancer Foundation blue ribbon temporary
   tattoo, upon entry of the ballpark.
•    Game Ball Delivery: Senior Airman Erica Kohout of the United States Air
   Force from Traverse City will deliver the game ball. Senior Airman
   Kohout recently returned from her first tour of duty in Afghanistan
   where she served as a surgical technician. She has earned an Afghanistan
   Campaign medal and a NATO medal. Senior Airman Kohout has proudly served
   her country for three years.

•   Summer Fan Pack: Take advantage of the Detroit Tigers Summer Fun Pack!
   This package is available exclusively on for only $35 per
   person! Each $35 package includes: an Upper Box Infield ticket, Adult
   Value Meal (Hot Dog, Pepsi and Lay's potato chips), Detroit Tigers Olde
   English D t-shirt , coupon valid for a complimentary ride on the
   Comerica Carousel or Fly Ball Ferris Wheel. Available for June 17th and
   18th games.

Tuesday, June 18 - Baltimore Orioles @ 7:08 p.m. (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.)
•   Head coach of the University of Michigan men's basketball team, John
   Beilein, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
•   Scherzer's Superstars: Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer invites 16 fans to
   Comerica Park for each remaining Tuesday home game. As guests of
   Scherzer, the group watches batting practice on the field, receives
   complimentary Scherzer's Superstars t-shirts and has the opportunity to
   meet Scherzer. The participants in the program are matches from Big
   Brothers Big Sisters Metro Detroit.
•   The first 10,000 fans to enter Comerica Park will receive a MLB
   Network / Detroit Tigers drawstring backpack, courtesy of MLB Network.
•   Game Ball Delivery: Sergeant Michael Moore of the United States Army,
   from Detroit, will deliver the game ball. Sergeant Moore recently
   returned from Afghanistan after his second deployment to the Middle
   East. He has earned numerous medals including two Army Commendation
   medals, two Army Achievement medals and the IN-4 award recognizing the
   Best Soldier in Basic Training. Sergeant Moore has proudly served his
   country for seven years.

Wednesday, June 19 - Baltimore Orioles @ 1:08 p.m. (Gates open at 11:30
•   Cabrera's Chamitos: Tigers All-Star third baseman Miguel Cabrera invites
   20 fans to Comerica Park for each remaining Wednesday home game as part
   of his Cabrera's Chamitos program. The group will watch batting practice
   from the field, receive complimentary Cabrera's Chamitos t-shirts and
   will have the opportunity to meet Cabrera. The group is also treated to
   complimentary transportation to Comerica Park by the FOX Sports Detroit
   Fan Express. The program participants are from deserving charitable
   groups in the greater Detroit area. On June 19, children from SER Metro
   Detroit's Youth Program Mission will participate in the program. SER
   Metro Detroit, Jobs for Progress, Inc. is a multi-service, Michigan
   corporation committed to the development and utilization of the nation's
   workforce. SER promotes upward mobility and economic self-sufficiency
   for Metropolitan Detroit residents through a comprehensive service
   delivery system in the areas of literacy, education, employment,
   community development and economic opportunity. The Youth Program
   Mission,   which   targets   teenagers 14 to18, focuses on academic
   enrichment, tutoring and mentoring activities, leadership training and
   career guidance and counseling.
•    People Tribute to Heroes: Major League Baseball and People magazine
   announced three finalists to represent the Tigers in the Tribute for
   Heroes campaign, a national initiative around the All-Star Game to
   recognize veteran and military service members for their work. Detroit
   Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander was on a guest panel of players and
   retired service members who helped select the finalists. Prior to the
   game, the three Detroit Tigers finalists will be recognized during a
   special on-field ceremony. Fans can learn more about their stories, read
   other    heroes'    stories,    and    vote    on   their   choices   at Voting runs through June 30. The Tribute For
   Heroes campaign supports Welcome Back Veterans, which is an initiative
   of Major League Baseball, and the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, which
   provides grants to hospitals and clinics that provide post-traumatic
   stress disorder and traumatic brain injury treatment to veterans and
   their families.
•    Game Ball Delivery: Master Sergeant Aaron E. Duggins of the United
   States Air Force, from Flint, will deliver the game ball. Master
   Sergeant Duggins serves as a firefighter and an Air Force Office of
   Special Investigations Special Agent. He recently returned from Guam and
   has also served deployments in Oman, Kyrgyzstan and Southwest Asia.
   During his service, he has been named the Noncomissioned Officer of the
   Year three times. Master Sergeant Duggins has proudly served for his
   country for 13 years.

Thursday, June 20 - Boston Red Sox @ 7:08 p.m. (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.)
•    Game Ball Delivery: Specialist Drew Hawley of the United States Army
   National Guard from Jonesville, Michigan will deliver today's game ball.
   Specialist Hawley recently returned from his first deployment to
   Afghanistan. He also serves as a member of the Michigan Army National
   Guard Honor Guard. Specialist Hawley has proudly served his country for
   4 years.

Friday, June 21 - Boston Red Sox @ 7:08 (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.)
•    Friday Night Fireworks, presented by Pepsi, will take place following
   the game (weather permitting).
•    MLB At The Ballpark Dugout Fireworks Opportunity: One fan (and a guest)
   who checks in at Comerica Park with the MLB At The Ballpark App will
   have the opportunity to watch the postgame fireworks show from the
   visitor's dugout. Don't miss out on this special opportunity!
•   Detroit Tigers 50/50 Charity Raffle: The Detroit Tigers Foundation 50/50
   Charity Raffle continues at Comerica Park this season at every Friday
   and Saturday home game. The partner charity for this weekend is the
   Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. The Michigan Sports Hall of Fame honors
   the outstanding men and women athletes, amateur and professional, whose
   skills and deeds bring great honor to the State of Michigan. 50/50
   Charity Raffle volunteers are stationed throughout the ballpark in their
   orange 50/50 Raffle aprons, at entry gates and at the 50/50 raffle table
   near gate A to purchase raffle tickets. 50/50 Charity Raffle tickets
   are sold 3-for-$5. Each night a winner will be selected and announced
   after the sixth inning and will receive half of the funds collected
   through that game's raffle ticket sales. The remaining funds are shared
   between the Detroit Tigers Foundation and the select partner charity. To
   date, the 2013 50/50 Charity Raffle program has raised $39,387.50 for
   charity with the single largest one-game prize this season being
•   Game Ball Delivery: Staff Sergeant Michael Milliner of the United States
   Marine Corps, from Detroit, will deliver the game ball. He is currently
   serving at the Detroit recruiting station as an active marine. He has
   been stationed all over the world, including Okinawa, Japan and San
   Diego, California. While serving, Staff Sergeant Milliner has earned a
   Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and a Global War on Terrorism
   Expeditionary Medal. Staff Sergeant Michael Milliner has proudly served
   his country for 13 years.
•    Zubazpalooza III: Zubazpalooza is back at Comerica Park! Get your
   Zubazpalooza ticket package, which includes an Upper Box game ticket and
   pair of Zubaz, for $37! Enjoy the Zubazpalooza pre-game party at
   Hockeytown Café, where there will be Zubaz giveaways, drink specials and
   other surprises. All ticket purchasers in attendance at the pre-game
   party at Hockeytown Café  will receive a free Zubaz headband! Ticket
   packages are available for purchase through 5 p.m. on Monday, June 17th.

Saturday, June 22 - Boston Red Sox @ 7:15 p.m. (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.)
•    Saturday Night Fireworks, presented by Pepsi, will take place following
   the game (weather permitting).
•    MLB At The Ballpark Dugout Fireworks Opportunity: One fan (and a guest)
   who checks in at Comerica Park with the MLB At The Ballpark App will
   have the opportunity to watch the postgame fireworks show from the
   visitor's dugout. Don't miss out on this special opportunity!
•    Country Night: The Detroit Tigers host country night at the ballpark.
   Special events include live country music throughout the park, a
   mechanical bull, line dancing and much more.
•   Game Ball Delivery: First Lieutenant Cal Westenberg, an Army Ranger with
   the United States Army from Romeo, Michigan will deliver the game ball.
   First Lieutenant Westenberg recently returned from his first deployment
   in Afghanistan where he earned the Air Assault Badge, Airborne Badge,
   Combat Infantry Badge and a Bronze Star. He has proudly served the
   United States Army for four years.
•    Scotts Pitch, Hit and Run: Scott's MLB Pitch, Hit & Run is a national
   grassroots initiative in which youngsters ages 7-14 have the opportunity
   to showcase their skills in pitching, hitting, and running. Boys and
   girls   participate   together,   with   winners advancing from local
   competitions to the national finals at the MLB All-Star Game. The
   Detroit Tigers host 24 Michigan finalists in the 2013 Team Championship
   at Comerica Park. Winners may qualify for the national competition at
   the 2013 MLB All-Star Game in New York City. The competition is free for
   all youngsters. The Detroit Tigers honor eight winners of the 2013 Team
   Championship competition during a pregame ceremony on the field at
   Comerica Park