The Detroit Tigers will turn to their exciting prospects in 2019 and continue to rebuild into a World Series contender once again. The lineup will be held down by former MVP Miguel Cabrera and the pitching staff will be led by their young ace, Michael Fulmer. Cabrera when healthy shows he can be the best hitter in baseball. For the Tigers to compete in 2019, they’ll need Cabrera back in MVP form. Fulmer can go two ways in 2019, continue to build upon his young career and help this Tigers team compete in t he AL Central or be a very valuable trade chip this season allowing the Tigers to add to their promising farm system.
In the offseason, the Tigers added infielders Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer, both former teammates in Pittsburgh. The pitching staff got a boost with the additions of Tyson Ross and Matt Moore. Looking at prospects to step up in 2019, the Tigers will turn to Christin Stewart, Beau Burrows and Kyle Funkhouser.
The Tigers’ starting lineup will feature Cabrera, Harrison, Mercer, Nicholas Castellanos, John Hicks and Jeimer Candelario. The rotation can be solid if healthy, featuring Fulmer, Matt Boyd and Jordan Zimmerman.
Since being built, Comerica Park remains one of baseball’s best venues to watch a game. Comerica Park features four Suite Levels: Legends, Diamond, Homeplate and Party suites. Diamond suites tend to be the most popular, located along first and third baselines. Legends suites are in left field, right between Diamond and Party suites. Most suites at Comerica Park will accommodate 18 – 24 people. Suites for a Tigers game can be fully catered at your own discretion. Suite prices for a Tigers game can range from $2,500 - $4,000 on average.