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Experience the Park Comerica Park Fan Guide
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Comerica Park’s larger-than-life monuments, carnival rides and historical displays offer a fresh way to take in a baseball game. Certainly no other ballpark has this diverse array of attractions.
Rides: Located in the Brushfire Grill food court, Comerica’s ferris wheel complete with baseball-designed gondolas, runs before, during and after games for fans for $2 per ride. Kids 14 and under can ride the ferris wheel for free on Sundays. There is also a Tiger-themed carousel on the first-base line of the concourse; the prices are the same as the ferris wheel.
Interactive games: For a few bucks, fans can test their skill by hurling fastballs past a radar gun or taking a swing at 10 pitches in a batting cage. Both games are located in the concourse.
Special events: The Tigers take their fireworks displays very seriously, and they are worth sticking around for on Friday and Saturday nights. You might even get lucky and catch a mini-display. After every Detroit home run, “liquid fireworks” shoot 150 feet in the air out of 900 nozzles in the General Motors fountain located in center field.
Baseball History: Statues paying homage to Detroit greats such as announcer Ernie Harwell and ballplayers Hank Greenberg, Al Kaline, Ty Cobb and others are located near gate A, and make a perfect spot for photos. Sitting beyond right-center field, the statues can be seen from the seats, and rumor has it, a home run hit precisely into a former player’s glove will stick. For other photo-ops, stop at the giant Tiger statues or the baseball bats near the park’s main entrance, or check out the intricate prowling Tigers atop the main scoreboard. If it’s more history you’re looking for check out the memorial displays in front of the Brushfire Grill food court that trace baseball history.