Apr 30, 2016

"Mighty Miggy", Baseball and Kids Day Make Comerica Park a Great Mother's Day Destination for Families

Mother's Day is Sunday, May 8th and the Detroit Tigers want to make this a special day for moms and families by offering some great promotions when they take on the Rangers.


Families can participate in “Pink Out the Park!” and show their support of the Tigers, while honoring breast cancer survivors and supporting breast health awareness. Pink Out The Park Visors will be given to the first 10,000 moms courtesy of Delta Air Lines. 

The May 8th game is also Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days.  Children can participate in free face painting, run the bases after the game presented by Aquafina and there will be Free Rides for kids on the Fly Ball Ferris Wheel and Carousel, presented by Kroger.

As a special treat for families, each child under the age of 14 will get a copy of "Mighty Miggy", a children's book about (fill in here) presented by the Michigan State Police. 

The Detroit Tigers have a lot of fun in store for families each Sunday home game. With fun giveaways, rides and other fun activities, going to a Tiger's game is great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in the D with your family. Check out the upcoming special promotions this season: 

* All promotions and event dates are subject to change *

Sunday, May 22, 1:10 pm against the Rays: 
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Jordan Zimmermann Growth Chart - All kids 14 and under

Sunday, June 5, 1:10 pm against the White Sox:      
African American Legacy Award Ceremony, honoring Chet Lemon
Cameron Maybin Poster Presented By Meijer | All kids 14 and under
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Negro Leagues Weekend - Presented By Comerica Bank

Sunday, June 26, 1:10 pm against the Indians          
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Justin Verlander Poster - Presented By Meijer | All kids 14 and under
On-Field Photo Day  - Presented By Ball Park


Sunday, July 17, 1:10 pm against the Royals 
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Jose Iglesias Bobblehead  - Presented By Belle Tire | All kids 14 and under

Sunday, July 31, 1:10 pm against the Astros  
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Francisco Rodriguez Poster - Presented By Meijer | All kids 14 and under

Sunday,  August 7, 1:10 pm against the Mets           
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Miguel Cabrera "Miggy Bank" Piggy Bank - Presented By Comerica Bank | All kids 14 and under

Sunday,  August 21, 1:10 pm against the Red Sox    
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Nick Castellanos Poster - Presented By Meijer | All kids 14 and under

Sunday, August 28, 1:10 pm against the Angels       
Anibal Sanchez School Supplies Case - Presented By DMC | All kids 14 and under
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball

Sunday, September 11, 1:10 pm against the Orioles           
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
First Responders Recognition - Presented By Belfor Restoration
Justin Upton Hat - All kids 14 and under

Sunday, September 25, 1:10 pm against the Royals
Chevy Youth Baseball Sunday Kids Days - Presented By Chevy Youth Baseball
Fan Appreciation Weekend - Presented By Comerica Bank
Victor Martinez Pencil Set - Presented By Kroger | All kids 14 and under

Enter below for a chance to win a "Mighty Miggy" book and a Detroit Tiger's Kids Club Membership:

Mighty Miggy Book and Detroit Tiger's Kids Club Membership

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7 comments :

  1. I hope to take my kids to their first baseball game this season. Go Tigers!

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  2. My kids and i would definitely go. They love the ferriswheel and I love the food!!

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  3. My girls have only been to a couple games, but had a blast & would love to go again this year!!! :) Go Tigers!

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  4. If your children love baseball, there are many opportunities for baseball for kids you can take advantage of. The games are fun and they are not as physically demanding as the ones in other sports. Apart from the fine physical training your children will receive, they will also learn to be team players and will gain self confidence, which is important for the young ones.

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  5. We live in Dallas and there were plenty of young black kids eligible to play. But they were not. Yet, if you drive around playgrounds you see lots of black kids playing Baseball or throwing footballs.

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  6. I played right field and normally batted as the third young lady (or first/second contingent upon which young ladies really appeared). I wouldn't say I was incredible, however on the other hand I wouldn't say that I was horrendous either. It was certainly a learning background and everybody made a decent showing with regards to honing me when I required it. It was something that I used to get nearer to my companions and sincerely it was only a decent time.

    Vicki S. Palacios

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