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The Detroit Tigers are an American professional baseball team based in Detroit. They are a member of the American League (AL) Central division and one of the AL's eight charter franchises. The Tigers were founded in Detroit as a member of the minor league Western League in 1894 and are the only Western League team still in its original city. They played their first Western League game at Bennett Park, which was built for the team in 1895. The Tigers are the oldest American League baseball team to have only one home city and one name in their history. They have won four World Series titles and 11 AL Pennants. The team's current home field is Comerica Park, located in Detroit. In the 2023 season, some of the most important players for the Tigers include Eduardo Rodriguez, Nick Maton, Donny Sands, Matt Vierling, and Riley Greene.

The Tigers play their home games at Comerica Park, located in downtown Detroit. Comerica Park opened in 2000 and features a classic design with modern amenities, including expansive concourses, a wide variety of food and beverage options, and a carousel and Ferris wheel in the outfield concourse. The stadium's most iconic feature is the massive center field fountain, which shoots water into the air after Tigers home runs and victories.

Throughout their history, the Tigers have been home to many legendary players, including:

  1. Ty Cobb: Widely regarded as one of the greatest hitters in baseball history, Cobb spent the majority of his career with the Tigers. He won 12 batting titles and was a member of the inaugural class of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
  2. Al Kaline: Known as "Mr. Tiger," Kaline spent his entire 22-year career with the Tigers and was a beloved figure in Detroit. He was a 15-time All-Star, a 10-time Gold Glove winner, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980.
  3. Hank Greenberg: A powerful first baseman and outfielder, Greenberg was a key player on the Tigers' championship teams in the 1930s and 1940s. He was a two-time American League MVP and led the league in home runs four times.
  4. Justin Verlander: A dominant right-handed pitcher, Verlander spent 13 seasons with the Tigers and was known for his electric stuff and fierce competitiveness on the mound. He won the American League Cy Young Award and MVP in 2011 and led the team to two American League pennants.

The Tigers have several significant rivalries, but none more intense than their rivalry with the Cleveland Guardians. Known as the "Tigers-Guardians rivalry," it is one of the oldest and most storied rivalries in baseball, dating back over a century. The rivalry is fueled by competitive divisional matchups, passionate fan bases, and a shared desire for postseason success.

In addition to their rivalry with the Guardians, the Tigers also have heated matchups with other American League Central teams, such as the Chicago White Sox and the Minnesota Twins. These divisional rivalries add extra excitement to the regular season and contribute to the passionate atmosphere at Comerica Park.

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