Booking Detroit Tigers Player Appearances
The Detroit Tigers are a team in the American League Central division based in Detroit, Michigan at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit. The team was established in 1894, playing in the same city under the same name ever since, and are the oldest American League franchise.
During their early years the Tigers won three consecutive AL pennants, in 1907, 1908 and 1909, with one of the best baseball players of all time starring in that era, Ty Cobb, alongside Sam Crawford and “Wild Bill” Donovan. It took 25 years for the Detroit team to win the pennant again, and in 1935 they also won the World Series with players like Hank Greenburg and Charlie Gehringer. A decade later in 1945, Greenburg returned to help the Tigers win the World Series, along with Dizzy Trout and Hal Newhouser. Nearly a quarter century later, in 1968, Detroit headed to the Big Show and won under manager Mayo Smith with World Series MVP pitcher Mickey Lolich, American League MVP Denny McLain, catcher Bill Freehan and outfielder Mickey Stanley making major contributions to their winning season. Detroits next, and most recent, World Series victory was in 1984. The team was managed by Sparky Anderson and led by American League MVP Kirk Gibson, center fielder Chet Lemon and Cy Young Award winner Willie Hernandez. Today, Jim Leyland manages the team while leading players include third baseman Miguel Cabrera, pitcher Justin Verlander and first baseman Prince Fielder.
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AthletePromotions.com is the site for bookings of popular Detroit Tigers players from throughout their history to today including Kirk Gibson, Allen Trammell, Lou Whitaker and Chet Lemon as well as Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder and Victor Martinez.