On select days, a member of the Armed Forces who has recently returned from deployment, delivers the game ball to the pitcher's mound in front of the crowd at Comerica Park. The game ball delivery is a symbol of appreciation for the men and women who serve our country.
The Detroit Tigers are proud to give back to the men and women who serve our country and make sacrifices for our freedom and safety. Through a variety of programs, the Tigers show appreciation for active and former military members as well as local first responders for their service.
Military and Veteran Ticket Discount
Active members and veterans of the military are eligible to purchase half-price box office, dynamically priced Upper Box Infield and Upper Grandstand tickets to all 2018 Monday-Thursday regular season home games (excluding Opening Day). Tickets must be purchased at the Comerica Park Box Office and a valid military ID or Veteran ID must be presented at time of purchase. Service members and veterans may purchase a maximum of four (4) tickets per customer, per game. This offer is based on availability.
Game Ball Delivery
In Park Recognition
Armed Forces and Veteran Recognition Day
To celebrate the dedication and sacrifice of all branches of the military and their many veterans, the Detroit Tigers hosted Armed Forces and Veteran Recognition Day on July 4th at Comerica Park. The Tigers donated 1,000 tickets to active service members and veterans, along with their families, to attend the game as the Tigers took on the San Francisco Giants. Service members and veterans were also invited to participate in an on-field pregame ceremony. For more information or to participate in Armed Forces and Veteran Recognition Day for 2018, please call (313)471-2051.
First Responders Day
The Detroit Tigers and Major League Baseball applaud the unselfish acts of everyday heroes for their commitment to public service. The Tigers welcome firefighters, police officers and emergency medical technicians to Comerica Park to honor them and also remember the service men and women who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. For more information or to participate in First Responders Day, please call (313)471-2051.