Place to see: Comerica Park, Detroit, Michigan, United States

Comerica Park

Comerica Park

A cold and damp evening, and most fans had yet to arrive for game two of the 2006 World Series.

About this place:

Comerica Park, home of the MLB team the Detroit Tigers, is located in downtown Detroit, MI. It opened in 2000 as a replacement for the beloved, but somewhat decrepit, Tiger Stadium. Comerica Park, AKA CoPa, features a wide open skyline, allowing those inside of the stadium to see the city around them while also allowing those that pass by on the streets outside to take a peak at the action on the field. As a modern baseball stadium it was built with all sort of amenities, including a ferris wheel (using baseballs as the cars) and a carousel which allows fans of all ages to ride on the back of a tiger.

Postcards about Comerica Park:

  • April A. Taylor

    5 April 2008
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    April A. Taylor

    The smell of freshly cut grass, the crack of the bat and a perfectly executed double play. Comerica Park is a beautifully unique stadium; a place where one can take in a professional baseball game or spend an afternoon enjoying carnival type rides and restaurants. Part of the revitalization project for downtown Detroit, CoPa enhances the city with its exterior design featuring stone tigers and baseballs that light up at night. Any day spent at Comerica Park is a good day, regardless of if the Tigers win or lose.

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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, Michigan, US

Discovered by Eric Whalen
on 2 April 2008.
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