The official website of the Detroit Tigers.
The Detroit Tigers are an American professional baseball team based in Detroit, Michigan. The Tigers compete in the Central division of the American League (AL).
Box scores and player series stats from the 1984 World Series -- the last Tigers' championship.
Detroit Tigers stats, rosters, schedules, uniform numbers, record books, attendance and more Tigers history.
Local coverage of the Detroit Tigers world championship parade after the 1984 World Series.
The final outs of the 1984 World Series, won by the Tigers over the San Diego Padres in five games.
The Detroit Tigers honor Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker and several members of the 1984 World Series champions in a pre-game ceremony.
One of the most recognizable logos in Major League Baseball belongs to the Tigers.
The Tigers won all four of their World Series titles in Tiger Stadium. In earlier days, it was also known as Briggs Stadium and Navin Field.
I made it to one game at Tiger Stadium in 1983. Though I was too young to fully appreciate it, I'm happy that I did watch a game from one of baseball's old hallowed grounds before it closed.
The Tigers moved into Comerica Park in 2000. The team remained in downtown Detroit, nearby their former home.