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Tigers vs Rangers BARK AT THE PARK
July 5 @ 7:10 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Tigers vs Rangers – BARK AT THE PARK
BARK BY POPULAR DEMAND, NEW DATES ADDED FOR ‘BARK AT THE PARK’ JULY 5 AND AUGUST 13 AT COMERICA PARK
Thursday, July 5 vs. Texas Rangers at 7:10 p.m. Gates Open at 5:30 p.m.
- The Tigers will be hosting the second of four Bark at the Park Nights at Comerica Park. Fans who purchased the Bark at the Park ticket package for July 5 may bring their dogs to the game to enjoy various vendors in Party Deck 1 and the Comfort Zone in Party Deck 2. The party area will include doggie “restrooms” and other amenities. A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Michigan Humane Society. Bark at the Park tickets are still available for Thursday’s game vs. the Rangers and the August 13 game vs. the Chicago White Sox. For more information, or to purchase tickets for an upcoming Bark at the Park night, please visit tigers.com/bark.
- Play Baseball Detroit Day at Comerica Park will include an on-field ceremony to celebrate all components of the Play Baseball Detroit program. During the ceremony, Wayne State University Baseball Coach Ryan Kelley will be presented as the 2018 Team Tigers Coach of the Year by Tigers Executive Vice President of Business Operations Duane McLean. Additionally, Grosse Pointe South Baseball Coach and MHSBCA East-West All-Star Baseball Classic Chair Dan Griesbaum Sr. will be honored as the 2018 Champions Award Winner by Deputy Mayor and Chief of Police James Craig. “Play Baseball Detroit” is a comprehensive urban youth baseball outreach program dedicated to encouraging and supporting youth baseball and softball programs in the Detroit region. The multi-faceted program features equipment collections, youth clinics and school rallies, and has touched the lives of over 120,000 youth since its inception in 2008.
- The Detroit Tigers will distribute Grand Slam Value Coupon Books to all fans prior to the game.
- The game ball will be delivered by Sergeant First Class David Neale of the United States Army, who is a native of Oxfod, MI. Sergeant First Class Neale is a Green Beret and has been deployed in three combat tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. He has three Army Commendation Medals and has proudly served in the United States Army for 11 years.
- The national anthem will be performed by Timothy Raymond, who is battling terminal cancer. His lifelong wish has been to perform the National Anthem on his harmonica at Comerica Park.
All participants must provide a copy of all up-to-date vaccinations upon check in (entry will not be granted without this printed information).
Dates, times, opponents, games and events are subject to change. Please contact event organizers to confirm the latest information.