Tigers announce promotional schedule

The Tigers announced their promotional schedule for the regular season Saturday, including 31 giveaways and 16 Friday and Saturday postgame fireworks show.

Three of the giveaways are bobbleheads: Victor Martinez on June 25, Yoenis Cespedes on July 1 and David Price on July 20. All three are for the first 10,000 fans through the gates.

A handful of headgear giveaways include a fleece-lined knit hat for the first 10,000 fans on April 17, a regular Tigers hat for the first 5,000 adults on June 12, a patriotic Tigers hat for the first 10,000 adults on July 4, a Rally Time floppy hat for the first 10,000 fans on July 22, a Tigres hat for the first 10,000 adults on August 8, and a green Tigers hat for Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day for the first 5,000 fans on Sept. 22.

Sunday kids giveaways include a Tigers baseball card set on April 19, a Mother’s Day tumbler on May 10, an ice cream bowl on June 28, a Paws coin bank on July 19, Strike Out Bullying dog tags on Aug. 23, a Back to School PAWS lunch cooler on Sept. 20, and player posters on May 24, June 14, July 5 and August 9.

The promotions are now on Tigers regular-season schedule on the site. Single-game tickets go on sale Saturday, March 7 at 10am ET online at the site, in person at the Comerica Park box office, and by phone at 866-66-TIGER.


Justin is the most competitive person you will ever run into … He will challage any one to they think they are better in .. Golf , shuffelbord .. uno .. I think you got the drif .. The people that he not going to be the best .. Just ask him first before debaiting .. My money in Justin .

David Price says he’s open to contract extension any time w #tigers and wont give a deadline to complete deal

Hanrahan can be left out of the hope and dream. Time to call it a career:
“Hanrahan said he has talked with Tigers about possibility of staying back in Lakeland for extended spring training.”

Sound like it is the best for him .. Possible after Lakeland he will proudly go to Toledo and then work out the kinks

We always hear how bad the Tiger farm system is—so why don’t we make an offer to trade the complete roster of (and afiliation with) the Connecticut Tigers in the NY/Penn League for Cole Hamels.

because then we’d have a worse farm system, and still a bullpen to blow the series.

David Price is ready to talk contract whenever #Tigers are ready http://usat.ly/1EG5CSI

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