- Comerica Park Stadium seat back plastic.
- #35 tag.
- “Like new” condition, new surplus.
- Ships quickly (1–2 business days)
In April of 2000, The Detroit News produced a commemorative section on the Detroit Tigers’ first game at their new home, Comerica Park. A quote from the headlining story read as follows:
“Comerica Park is expected to make the Detroit Tigers part of baseball’s nouveau riche…”
Those who have visited the ballpark agree with the expectations. A carousel. 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.
Groundbreaking for the $300 million project took place on October 29, 1997. More than 60 percent of the financing is private, with the rest contributed from public sources. In the time since groundbreaking, the design has continued to evolve. The resulting goal realized is a combination of a classic design for the seating area with amusement and entertainment features that are unique to Comerica Park.
Tigers owner Mike Ilitch played a direct role in designing the facility and brought years of family entertainment experience to the process.
“If the fans feel the pride that this is their park, and a pride of ownership, then we’ve accomplished what we set out to do,” said Ilitch.