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Tiger Stadium’s scoreboard placed in a Fenway replica

In the interest of continuing to chronicle the demise of Tiger Stadium, I found this short piece interesting: The scoreboard from the old ballpark has been installed at Wayne State University’s baseball field. The last sentence of the story/press release explains, interestingly, that the field was modeled after Boston’s Fenway Park: The facility underwent a

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Tiger Stadium’s last (grand)stand

I hadn’t seen this photo of Tiger Stadium’s demolition before. It may be the most heartbreaking photo in the sad story of the unfortunate end of the ballpark’s long, rich history. Deadspin doesn’t credit where it stole the pic from, so I don’t know who had the keen eye to grab this image during the

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The last days of Tiger Stadium

They’re taking down the last pieces of Tiger Stadium. The old ballpark — older than Yankee Stadium, as old as Wrigley Field and Fenway Park — hasn’t hosted a game in nearly 10 years, but it remained on its Corktown corner, at Michigan and Trumbull, awaiting word on its fate. Fans wanted to save it,

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Tiger Stadium is baseball’s greatest loss

The Corner: Michigan and Trumbull, Detroit. This is the ninth in a series. Previous posts are: Atlantic City SurfTrenton ThunderCape Fear CrocsNewark BearsNew Jersey CardinalsNew Jersey JackalsStaten Island YankeesSomerset Patriots October 3, 1999 The San Francisco Giants finished their stay in Candlestick Park Thursday, and the Houston Astros conclude their tenure beneath the painted ceiling

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