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Comerica Park

A ferris wheel. A mammoth water feature in center field that can be choreographed to any music. a decade-by-decade pedestrian museum enveloping the main concourse. But wait, there is also a field with a game being played as well. These are but a few examples of what Comerica Park introduced to fans visiting downtown Detroit in the summer of 2000.

Comerica Park appears rooted at the center of an urban village, a village that includes shops, restaurants, offices, and other attractions. Eight, two- and three-story buildings of varying sizes and heights make up this village of outbuildings which houses many of the service facilities surrounding the park. Roughly 70,000 square feet of retail space is included and another 36,000 square feet is dedicated to Tigers offices. The result is a landscape that blends into the surrounding street life of Foxtown. And with no upper deck outfield seats, no ballpark offers a better view of a downtown skyline than Comerica Park.
 

Ballpark Stats
 

At A Glance

Name: Comerica Park
Opened: 2000
Type: Open-Air / Natural Grass
Seating: 42,000
Avg. Ticket: $10

Park Effects

RH Batting Average: 97
LH Batting Average: 105
RH Home Run: 100
LH Home Run: 100
Doubles: 107
Triples: 105

Dimensions

LF Line: 340 (7')
Leftfield: 346 (7')
Left-Center: 400 (7')
Centerfield: 422 (7')
Right-Center: 370 (7')
Rightfield: 335 (7')
RF Line: 320 (7')

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