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Comerica Park, Main Entrance 2
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Comerica Park opened in 2000 as the new home of the Detroit Tigers, replacing the aging, but classic, Tiger Stadium, which had been the home of the Tigers since 1912.  The ball covering the tripod head in this shot was caught off the bat of Carlos Guillen during the 1997 season.

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Tags: detroit tigers; comerica park; baseball; stadiums
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