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  Community Involvement - Comerica
Comerica is committed to investing in the communities in which we operate.
Comerica Park is a showcase for the city of Detroit, the Detroit Tigers, and Comerica's commitment to community involvement.
Comerica is proud to sponsor events that reflect our commitment to the communities in which we do business.
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  Comerica Park
Comerica Park is an baseball stadium located in downtown Detroit, Michigan.
It was constructed as a replacement for the aging Tiger Stadium for the Detroit Tigers.
While many agree that Comerica Park is a wonderful place to watch a ball game, many Detroit Tigers fans have been critical of the park.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/co/comerica_park.html   (204 words)

 Comerica Park - Detroit, Michigan
Of all the new retro parks that have been built in the past 10 years, Comerica is probably the least interesting of all of them.
The exterior of the park is mostly red brick.
The park has a strange feel to it, especially down the right field line where there is a break in the seating - this is where the luxury boxes stop.
www.ballparkreviews.com /detroit/comerica.htm   (340 words)

 MLB Road Trip 2001 - Comerica Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Comerica Park opened in 2000 to replace venerable Tiger Stadium, which was no longer the great ballyard it once was.
Located in downtown Detroit, the park is part of an effort to revitalize the core of the city, but there is still a lot of work to be done to improve the overall area.
Overall, Comerica Park is a great place for a family to enjoy the game, as well as for a baseball geek who can enjoy the Walk of Fame.
www.mlbroadtrip.com /english/cities/major/alc/detroitparke.htm   (1003 words)

 Sox On The Road: Detroit - Comerica Park
As for the ballpark, Comerica Park is another in the line of the picturesque throwback era ballparks situated in the heart of downtown.
Comerica’s all brick exterior is circled by stone tiger heads with a baseball between clinched teeth.
Comerica Park is one of many venues that use the new scanning technology, where your ticket is scanned and the stub is not torn.
www.redsoxconnection.com /stories/detroit.html   (4040 words)

 Comerica Park
Comerica Park is not the only sports facility in the neighborhood.
View of Comerica Park from center field © 2000 by Scott Novak.
View of Comerica Park from left field © 2000 by Scott Novak.
www.ballparks.com /baseball/american/detbpk.htm   (758 words)

 The Official Site of Detroit Tigers: Ballpark: Comerica Park
Comerica Park itself is built around the configuration of the playing field.
Comerica Park features a main scoreboard that is one of the largest in baseball.
Comerica Park complies with all guidelines of the ADA.
detroit.tigers.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/det/ballpark/comericapark.jsp   (1110 words)

 Comerica Park - Ballparkonline.com is your guide to Comerica Park.
In October 1997, ground was broken on a brand new $300 million project to be known as Comerica Park.
The Tiger Den, one of Comerica Park's premium seating areas, is the first of it's kind in the history of baseball.
Comerica Park has assigned the railings near the playing field as an appropriate place for collectors to conduct their search.
www.ballparkonline.com /mlb/comerica_park.html   (479 words)

 Clem's Baseball ~ Comerica Park
Comerica Park was the first of the neoclassical stadiums to have only two main decks, the second being PNC Park.
Aside from the small "jog" on the left side of the bullpens, there are no artificially induced asymmetrical elements at Comerica Park, and the outfield walls are perpendicular to the foul lines and most of the angles in them are at 45 degrees.
Moving into the brand-new ballpark may have been a little traumatic for the Tigers, since they were one of only two teams with new stadiums to have completely bypassed not only the era of cookie-cutter doughnut clones (as several teams did), but the mid-20th Century era of modern stadiums as well.
www.andrewclem.com /Baseball/ComericaPark.html   (1111 words)

 Comerica Park Tickets - Comerica Park Information - Comerica Park Seating Chart
The price listed for Comerica Park tickets is the total price per ticket and may be over the printed price on the ticket.
Comerica Park seats are together, side by side, unless otherwise noted.
Actual Comerica Park seat numbers are withheld for the privacy of both buyer and seller.
www.vividseats.com /venues/comerica-park-tickets.html   (174 words)

 Comerica Park - Detroit, Michigan
Comerica is located not to far from Tiger Stadium.
I didn't get in Comerica but I was able to get some shots of the park from the outside.
All along the side of the park are Tiger heads with baseballs in their mouths.
members.tripod.com /franksballparks/comerica.html   (304 words)

 Macomb Daily : Bring in Comerica Park fences 02/10/05
When it opened, Comerica Park was to heal all ailing the Tigers.
Comerica Park was built for a player who hits triples.
Comerica Park, as it stands, is the Tigers' biggest enemy.
www.macombdaily.com /stories/021005/spo_caputo001.shtml   (705 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > Sports -- Lost in space   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A view of the Detroit skyline and the gigantic scoreboard in left are two bright spots at Comerica Park, a stadium chock-full of negatives.
Which is the failure to take advantage of a rare opportunity, because the one thing Comerica had over all the other "retro" ballparks was the fact that it took the place of a genuine baseball shrine.
Comerica's flagpole isn't in fair territory anymore, either, since the Tigers caved in to hitters' grousing by moving the left-field fences 25 feet closer to the plate this season.
www.signonsandiego.com /sports/baseball/20030811-9999_1s11ballpark.html   (1914 words)

 johnnyroadtrip.com - Detroit's Comerica Park
Comerica features a Ferris Wheel outside the third base grandstand, and a carousel with hand-painted tigers just behind the home plate grandstand.
Most parking on Comerica Park lots is reserved for luxury box and season ticket holders.
While there are numerous parking garages and lots surrounding the stadium that are open to the public, parking around the stadium can be described as difficult at best.
www.johnnyroadtrip.com /cities/detroit/comerica.htm   (132 words)

 Comerica Park
Comerica Park would prove to be a very well designed venue with easy access to the food and souvenir booths, great views from anywhere in the park, and some impressive stone tigers around the park.
Comerica boasts the larget scoreboard in MLB and it is a bit less commercial than the one at the Jake, well, maybenot but the tigers on top are way cool!
The one drawback to Comerica is the location, not far from old Tiger Stadium and in a bad part of town.
www.ballparkroadtrip.com /comerica.htm   (1268 words)

 Comerica Park, Detroit, Mich.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Comerica Park (named after a bank -- I guess proprietors looking for someone to buy naming rights go to banks for the same reason Willie Sutton robbed them: ’cause that’s where the money is) fits into the mold of ballpark as amusement park.
At least at Comerica, though, the amusements aren’t as obtrusive as they are at Turner Field (or the photos I’ve seen of the Disneyfied Anaheim Stadium).
The amusement park (I wasn’t kidding; it even has a Ferris wheel) is located under the upper deck in right field.
mysite.verizon.net /charliesballparks/stadiums/comerica.htm   (433 words)

 Comerica Park - BR Bullpen
Comerica Park is the current home of the Detroit Tigers baseball club.
The team moved into Comerica Park in 2000 after playing in historic Tiger Stadium for 87 years and at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull for 103 years.
The main entrance of Comerica Park is guarded by a fierce statue of a tiger.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Comerica_Park   (197 words)

 Welcome to Comerica Park
 Welcome to Comerica Park, the new home of the Detroit Tigers, where baseball is king and the park promises to "combine the best of baseball's old and new parks, providing an unforgettable baseball experience for fans of all ages.
Comerica Park isn't the only new park to open this year.
Comerica Park is about a mile from Tiger Stadium, near Detroit's Fox Theatre and the Detroit Opera House.
www.canoe.ca /BaseballStadiumClosings/apr9_wel.html   (1434 words)

 Comerica Park - Detroit Tigers
Comerica Park is another in the line of the picturesque throwback era ballparks situated in the heart of downtown.
Despite his baseball background, Illitch has spent the bulk of his finances on talent for the Red Wings, which he also owns, and while the hockey team has been winning Stanley Cups, the Tigers haven't had a winning record since 1993, when Sparky Anderson was still their manager.
Although I think Comerica Park is a lovely ballpark in a great setting it has the misfortune of replacing one of baseball's cathedrals, and until the Tigers become perennial contenders it is unlikely Detroit will warm up to their new ballpark.
www.baseballpilgrimages.com /american/detroit.html   (1363 words)

 Comerica Park - Baseball Fever
Parking is everywhere; you don't feel you need to leave in late innings to beat traffic and entertainment districts are within walking distance.
You are nuts about saying that comerica park is a great stadium.maybe it might be better than those cookie cutter stadiums that were built in the late 1960,s and early 1970.s but that is not saying much for the ballpark.
You had to go to some tight dirt parking area and move your car because you couldn't leave it there after the game and either travel to a different neigborhood or better yet, leave the city if you wanted to have a night out after the game.
www.baseball-fever.com /showthread.php?t=32340   (2803 words)

 Comerica Park (By Lowell Prescott)
The first sight of a park from the distance goes a long way for me in determining what the experience will be like, and this park has a beautiful profile on the horizon.
For the second game, we parked for free a couple of blocks away.
Walking through the park after the game, it seems like most seats have a great view of the game and feel somewhat close to the action.
prescott.imbri.com /baseball/ballparks/majors/comerica/index.shtml   (1420 words)

 Comerica Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the summer of 2000, the city of Detroit unveiled Comerica Park to their fans.
Comerica Park has become the home of the American League Central’s Detroit Tigers, and it’s nothing like the old Tiger Stadium.
The sight lines of the fan were the biggest priority in building Comerica Park.
www.probaseballvenues.com /comerica_park.htm   (198 words)

 Detroit Tigers : Tickets : Comerica Park Fan Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Standing room only tickets are available at the Comerica Park Box Office, located on Witherell Street near Gate A from the middle of the 5th inning through the end of the game.
The staff at Comerica Park is pleased to offer the very best in service to all of our guests and is proud of our training in special needs.
Comerica Park turnstiles will scan the tickets in order for the guests to move through the turnstile.
www.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/det/ticketing/ballparkguide_list.jsp   (5766 words)

 BallParkWatch - Comerica Park / Detroit Tigers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Three years after the Tigers moved into Comerica Park, Tiger Stadium is slowly deteriorating while city officials dither over what to do with the historic stadium.
Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, is known as being a pitchers' park, mostly due to the positioning of the outfield fences.
The fences have already been moved in once since Comerica Park opened, and players are asking that the fences be moved in again -- or at least part of the fences, such as the gaps.
www.ballparkwatch.com /stadiums/comerica.htm   (1458 words)

 Comerica Park
This page is dedicated to the new baseball park in Detroit, known as Comerica Park (yes, it is named after a bank; that's the way it goes in baseball these days) (a.k.a.
The new park has all the amenities the fans and players are supposed to want, but it has none of the charm of Tiger Stadium.
One of the entrances to Comerica Park, Detroit, Michigan.
userpages.wittenberg.edu /dlehman/Comerica_Park.htm   (425 words)

 Detroit Tigers : Tickets : Directions to Comerica Park
Comerica Park is located at 2100 Woodward Ave, just south of I-75 (Fisher Freeway) and directly across the street from the Fox Theatre.
Comerica Park is about 10 blocks ahead on the right.
Bus parking is on a first come, first served basis, so please arrive early.
www.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/det/ticketing/directions.jsp   (316 words)

 Comerica Park | BaseballLibrary.com
In the course of moving a mile east from Tiger Stadium to Comerica Park, the Detroit ballclub left behind an unmatched trove of history and tradition.
Comerica is sited just north of downtown, and there is a splendid view of the skyline beyond right field.
Comerica Park has a brick exterior, 42,000 seats, a small foul territory, and 345-420-335 outfield dimensions.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/C/Comerica_Park.stm   (377 words)

 Comerica Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Like many other sports venues constructed in recent years, the park is named after a corporate sponsor, in this case local bank Comerica Incorporated, who paid for the naming rights.
On October 21, 2006, Comerica Park will host the first World Series game in the history of the ballpark (Game 1 of the 2006 World Series).
The ball is basically treated as a time capsule so when Comerica Park is demolished, the workers will be able to find the ball.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Comerica_Park   (1328 words)

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