Tiger Stadium, recently known as Navin Field and Briggs Stadium, was a baseball park situated in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan. It facilitated the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball from 1912 to 1999, just as the Detroit Lions of the National Football League from 1938 to 1974.

Maybe one of the most famous arenas in baseball history, Tiger Stadium was the home of the Detroit Tigers for almost a century. In 1895, Detroit Tigers owner George Vanderbeck had another ballpark worked at the side of Michigan and Trumbull Avenues.

That arena was called Bennett Park and included a wooden show-off with a wooden topped rooftop in the outfield. At that point, a few spots in the outfield were just separated with rope.

Comerica Park Owners

Detroit/Wayne County Stadium Authority are the owners of Comerica Park.

Comerica Park Capacity

Comerica Park has a capacity of 41,083.

Comerica Height/Dimensions

Dimensions: Left field: 345 feet (2000); left-center: 395 feet (2000), 370 feet (2003); center field: 420 feet (2000); right-center: 365 feet (2000); right field: 330 feet (2000); foul territory: small. Fences: 8 feet, except in right-center field, where the fence is 11 feet tall.

Comerica Park Size (Field)

Left field – 345 ft (105 m) Left-center – 370 ft (110 m) Center field – 420 ft (130 m) Right-center – 365 ft (111 m) Right field – 330 ft (100 m).

Comerica Park Location

Comerica Park can be located in Detroit, Michigan.

Comerica Park Address

2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201, USA

Comerica Park Contact

+1 313-962-4000


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