The first 15,000 fans in attendance for every Saturday home game can receive exciting giveaway items. Fridays will be a “Party in the Park,” featuring fireworks (starting on Friday, May 26), live music and entertainment. Chevy Sunday Kids Days are also back, when young fans can get player autographs on the concourse, run the bases after the games and enjoy free rides on the Ferris Wheel and the Hi-Chew Carousel.
What's New at Comerica Park
The Detroit Tigers welcome back the best fans in baseball for the 2023 season! The Tigers have unveiled an enhanced local and value-based concessions experience, new food and beverage items and merchandise in The D Shop, Tigers Authentics items and much more. These initiatives, in addition to exciting additions to the Tigers roster and baseball’s new rules this season, make Comerica Park the place to be this season.
The Tigers, in partnership with Delaware North Sportservice, are thrilled to announce additions to the Comerica Park food and beverage menu at various concessions locations for the 2023 season, including a variety of unique twists on ballpark and local favorites.
ATWATER BREWERY AND TIGERS TEAM UP FOR “D LIGHT” COLLABORATION
Atwater Brewery and the Tigers have introduced a new, refreshing craft beer available at Comerica Park this season. “D Light” is a light-bodied and refreshing craft beer, with only 95 calories, 2.6 carbohydrates per 12 ounces, and 4.1 percent ABV. D Light is best paired with a hot dog in hand.
Be sure to check out the newest authenticated items for the 2023 Tigers season, available for purchase near Sections 133 and 134 at Comerica Park.
- Riley Greene, Spencer Torkelson and Miguel Cabrera autographed jerseys
- Greene, Torkelson, Cabrera, Javy Baez and Eric Haase autographed Player Model bats
- Greene, Torkelson and Cabrera autographed baseballs
- Spencer Turnbull autographed and inscribed No-Hitter baseballs and game tickets
- Limited-Edition “Topps Now” and “Topps Relic” baseball cards that commemorate Turnbull’s No Hitter, Cabrera’s 500th home run, Greene’s first career homer, Torkelson’s MLB debut and Cabrera’s 3,000th career hit
The Miller Lite Home Run Happy Hour – available the first hour after gates open for home games – will feature $5 food and beverage items and $9 value meals in the Comerica Landing (formerly the Pepsi Porch). The Miller Lite Home Run Happy Hour will begin 90 minutes before first pitch for Friday home games as part of “Party in the Park” Fridays.
All Tuesday home games at Comerica Park will be “313 Value Games,” with $19 lower-level tickets available, in addition to $3 bottled water and fountain drinks, $1 chips and $3 hot dogs. Chevy Sunday Kids Days are back, and the Meijer Sunday Family Value Deal starts at $79, including four upper-level tickets, four hot dogs and four fountain drinks. The lower-level ticket package starts at $99 for a family of four, including four fountain drinks and four hot dogs.
The D Shop at Comerica Park is your one-stop shop for new Tigers merchandise. A few commemorative items celebrating Miguel Cabrera’s final season include T-shirts, bats, pennants, magnets, pins, coins, photos and more!
Tigers fans are reminded that all tickets at Comerica Park remain digital. Fans should download tickets to their digital wallet before leaving home to ensure seamless entry into the ballpark. All bags, purses and clutches larger than 4” x 6” x 1.5” are prohibited.
With the goal of increasing the pace of play, encouraging more action, and reducing injuries to players, Major League Baseball has implemented three major rule changes beginning in 2023. As has been experienced through extensive testing in the Minor Leagues and throughout Spring Training this season, these rules accomplish each of those goals, while also increasing the frequency of baseball’s most electric plays.
- Pitch timer – with no runners on base, pitchers have 15 seconds to begin their motion – while they have 20 seconds with at least one runner on. The batter must be in the box and alert to the pitcher with at least eight seconds on the timer remaining. Violations result in an automatic ball or strike being assessed, depending on the offender. Additionally, pitchers can only disengage from the mound (for example, pickoff-move) two times per plate appearance – if they do so a third time they must record an out, or a balk is assessed.
- Shift restrictions – in an effort to increase offense and showcase the athleticism of our sport’s greatest players, there are now restrictions on shifting. Two infielders must be on either side of second base – while all four must have their feet inside the border of the outfield grass.
- Larger bases – with the goal of increasing action on the basepaths and reducing injury risk of players, bases have been enlarged from 15 inches to 18 inches square. As a result of these bases being used in the Minor Leagues last year, base-related injuries decreased 13.5 percent last year.