The Detroit Tigers are a team steeped in history, success and perseverance. Enthusiastic Tigers fans fill the lots at every home game, so it makes sense to book a Comerica Park parking space before your event with ParkWhiz. The team was initially formed in 1894 as a minor league team in the Western League, which would over time become the American League of the MLB. The Tigers became a major league team in 1901, and were first based at Bennett Park, which was demolished in 1911 and was rebuilt as Navin Field, which opened in 1912. The name changed to Briggs Stadium in 1938, before it acquired the permanent name of Tiger Stadium in 1961. A few decades later, the team decided to replace the aging stadium with Comerica Park, which opened to the public in April 2000. The Detroit Tigers have had a winning record from their early beginnings to the present, with four World Series wins, eleven American League pennants, seven Division titles and one wild card berth. The Tigers were in the AL’s East Division from 1969 to 1997, and have been in the Central Division since 1998. Comerica Park has also been the host of the 75th MLB All-Star Game in 2005, and it hosted World Series games in 2006 and 2012. This exceptional team has built a dedicated fanbase, so it is important to book Comerica Park parking for Tigers games ahead of time with ParkWhiz for a convenient gameday space.
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