Comerica Park is a great urban ballpark located in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Opened in 2000, the park seats more than 41,000 fans and is known for the large fountain behind centerfield where pre and post-game activities take place. Outside of baseball, the park is used for concerts and will also host multiple activities leading up to the 2013 NHL Winter Classic.
- Opened April 11, 2000
- 345 feet down the left field line
- 395 feet in left center field
- 420 feet in center field
- 365 feet in right center field
- 330 feet down the right field line
- Site of 2005 All-Star game.
- When the Tigers hit a homerun, the two tigers atop the scoreboard roar and the fountain in centerfield shoots water in the air.
- There are indoor pitching and batting practice tunnels.
- The centerfield flagpole was in play, like at Tiger Stadium, until 2003, when the fence was moved closer to home plate.
- Has a carousel, ferris wheel, mammoth water feature in center-field