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Yet another winter left empty-handed, owner Mike Ilitch is going for it all again. The Tigers were without Justin Verlander to start the season and lost Max Scherzer to free agency, and having traded Doug Fister to Washington two winters ago and Rick Porcello to Boston last summer, Anibal Sanchez was the only guy left from what was an elite rotation two years ago. David Price isn’t a bad replacement to slide in and Alfredo Simon held his own, but Shane Greene and Kyle Lobstein were far from sure things. In the bullpen, a cast of little known names sets up Joakim Soria, who’s all of a sudden dominant again this year. The pitching might be a question mark--the offense, behind Miguel Cabrera, Ian Kinsler, Yoenis Cespedes, JD Martinez, and Victor Martinez--isn’t. Martinez hit the DL early on but the Tigers pile up runs in a hurry regardless. The Detroit Tigers play at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit. While many have come and gone during this era of Tigers success, like Scherzer, Fister, Austin Jackson, Prince Fielder, Omar Infante, Jhonny Peralta, Delmon Young, and Torii Hunter, that just tells you how aggressive they’ve been about remaining relevant in the AL Central. It has paid off in 366 regular season wins in four seasons, four straight division titles, and a World Series appearance. Going back to their World Series appearance in 2006, the Tigers have been .500 or better in eight of the last nine seasons. At this time a decade ago the Tigers had a 20 year postseason drought and were an American League punching bag. Ilitch and his great front office have defined modern baseball at Comerica, a fan friendly park with high attendance and a bevy of delicious food options. Gold Coast Tickets is your source for the best Detroit Tigers tickets!