The Detroit Tigers are committed to working with our fans and community to promote equality and justice for all.

"I've seen a lot of the athletes stepping out and getting involved in this, helping to support what's going on with teh marching the last few days. What I like about it now is you see an integration. There's no color to this, there's no religion to it." Willie Horton
"Always treat people the way you want to be treated - with respect. Recognize that everyone has their viewpoint, their rights, opinions, wishes and roles in life. People should be valued for their individual abilities, qualities, and achievements. Feeling respected is a wonderful, personal gratification. With our ballclub, respecting one another promotes a healthy environment, teamwork and increases productivity that can significantly impact our team's success." Al Avila, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Detroit Tigers
"This is a critical and defining moment in our history. As the first female heads groundskeeper in Major League Baseball, it is my sincere hope that I have laid a foundation for more women to follow in my footsteps, promoting diversity in baseball, both on and off the field. Baseball brings people from different races and cultures together. It is important, now more than ever, to lead by example, to work together and to promote justice and equality for all. - Heather Nabozny, Head Groundskeeper