Published on August 7th, 2014 | by Ath letize0
Comerica Park is a stadium in Detroit, Michigan and is the home of the Detroit Tigers of the MLB. A detailed Comerica Park seating chart is located to the left. The arena is located in downtown Detroit.
The stadium is owned by the Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority, which built the arena for $300 Million. Comerica Park seats roughly 41,681 for baseball games.
The Comerica Park’s field is made of Grass.
Click on the link/s below to view seating charts for all the different events held inside the Comerica Park.
Comerica Park Quick Facts
- Location: Detroit, Michigan
- Main Teams: Detroit Tigers
- Seating Capacity: 41,681 (approximately)
- Typology: Retro Classic
- Opened: 2000
History of Comerica Park
Ground was broken on the stadium on October 29, 1997. Comerica Park was completed two and a half years later on April 11, 2000. The Tigers have been around since 1901, and have been playing at Tiger Stadium. Around 1990, it came to their attention that the park could no longer be renovated. Ford Field, an NFL arena was built adjacent to the park. The first game in the new stadium was held April 11, 2000 against the Seattle Mariners.
Comerica Bank paid$66 million for a total of 30 years to hold naming rights for the stadium. Most people refer to the stadium just as Comerica, or the abbreviation of CoPa. Comerica Park is friendly towards pitchers, whereas Tiger Stadium was more friendly to the batters.
Comerica Park Address
2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201
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