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  1. Tiger Stadium, previously known as Navin Field and Briggs Stadium, was a multi-use stadium located in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit. The stadium was nicknamed "The Corner" for its location at the intersection of Michigan and Trumbull Avenues.

    • April 20, 1912; 111 years ago
  2. Tiger Stadium is an outdoor stadium located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the campus of Louisiana State University. It is the home stadium of the LSU Tigers football . Prior to 1924, LSU played its home games at State Field , which was located on the old LSU campus in Downtown Baton Rouge.

    • Wogan and Bernard, Trahan Architects (renovations)
    • November 25, 1924
  3. 41.083 posti. Tiger Stadium (1912-1999) Burns Park (1901-1902) Bennett Park (1896-1911) Boulevard Park (1894-1895) I Detroit Tigers sono una delle squadre professionistiche di baseball della Major League Baseball (MLB), con sede a Detroit, Michigan. Sono membri della Central division della American League (AL).

    • Blu, arancione, bianco
    • Stati Uniti
  4. Comerica Park is a baseball stadium located in Downtown Detroit. It has been the ballpark of Major League Baseball 's Detroit Tigers since 2000, when the team left Tiger Stadium . History Construction Entrance to the park

    • April 11, 2000; 23 years ago
    • $300 million, ($510 million in 2022 dollars)
    • Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority
    • 45,280 (July 26, 2008 against Chicago White Sox)
  5. › facilities › tiger-stadiumTiger Stadium – LSU

    The project, privately funded by Tiger Athletic Foundation, will bring the capacity of Tiger Stadium to 102,321, making it the fifth-largest stadium in the nation. First Game: vs. Tulane,...

  6. Tiger Stadium By DAN AUSTIN of Whether as a 103-year-old site for pro baseball or as an 87-year-old stadium, the corner of Michigan and Trumbull is the home of memories for millions of fans. The park sat vacant since hosting its final game on Sept. 27, 1999, until June 30, 2008, when demolition began.