The Detroit Tigers are expected to have another losing season in 2018, but there are still plenty of things for fans to look forward to.
The Detroit Tigers finished tied for the worst record in baseball in 2017, and the consensus opinion is they will be somewhere near the bottom again this year.
There are still a lot of things to get excited about with just a few weeks remaining before Opening Day. In no particular order, here are some things for fans to look forward to as the 2018 campaign approaches.
Spring has arrived
When the Detroit Tigers travel north in late March or early April, they aren’t always greeted with warm weather, but Opening Day is an unofficial kickoff to spring. The Tigers have had plenty of cold, and even snowy, early season games, but the season starting is a sign that warmer weather isn’t too far away.
Day games at Comerica Park
There’s nothing better than taking in a day game at Comerica Park. The sun splashing over the freshly cut grass and perfectly manicured infield as the Tigers take the field is an awesome sight.
A beer in one hand and a hot dog in the other is a great way to spend an afternoon. So what if the home team isn’t very good this year? It’s a perfect atmosphere to kick back, relax, and enjoy being outside after the long winter.