Detroit Weather at Comerica Park
| ||Click on the banner to the left to find out if the latest Detroit weather forecast will affect the baseball score. Or learn how you should dress for today’s Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park, Detroit. Comerica Park, a $300 million urban village, includes a carousel, Ferris wheel, a large water feature behind center field that can be choreographed to music, 70,000 square feet of retail space and another 36,000 square feet of offices. The sightlines at Comerica are impressive. With no upper-deck outfield seats, fans enjoy a beautiful view of the downtown skyline. |
Comerica Park has been the home of the Tigers since 2001. The large ballpark is more attractive for left-handed hitters with the right center alley and corner 365 and 330 feet respectively. While the left corner is only 345 feet, the left center alley is 370 feet and centerfield is 420 feet.
Although ESPN sees Comerica Park more of a pitcher’s park (ranked #17), in 2010, Comerica gave up a total of 9.14 runs per game for both teams (11th most). Coors Field gave up the most runs per game at 10.59.
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