The Detroit Tigers host the Colorado Rockies in an interleague matchup at Comerica Park this weekend. The Tigers schedule will see the team play the Rockies for first and final time during the regular season this weekend. Detroit sits comfortably on top of the AL Central and got even better in the rotation after acquiring David Price.
The season average for Detroit Tigers tickets is $92.54 on the secondary market, but each of the series’ three games will see an average price below that price. The series as a whole is 34.4% below the season average.
8/1 – Franklin Morales vs Justin Verlander | Avg. Price: $57.55 | Get-in Price: $25
The series begins tonight when Justin Verlander takes the mound for the Tigers against Rockies lefty Franklin Morales. Friday Tigers vs Rockies tickets currently average at $57.55 on the secondary market, the cheapest of the series at 37.8% below the season average, with a get-in price of $25. The former ace Verlander has struggled this season following several years of dominance and a Cy Young Award in 2011. The righty has gone 9-9 with a 4.79 ERA. He’s been consistent in interleague starts however, posting a 24-2 record and 4.79 ERA against the National League in his career. The southpaw Morales has also had his fair share of problems on the hill the lowly Rockies, entering Friday’s game at 5-5 with a 5.18 ERA on the season.
8/2 – TBA vs Rick Porcello | Avg. Price: $66.76 | Get-in Price: $25
Saturday’s game will feature Rick Porcello for the Tigers against a Rockies pitcher to be named later. The average secondary price for Saturday Tigers vs Rockies tickets is $66.76 and will serve as the most expensive game of the series, though still 27.8% below the season average. Get-in price starts at $25. Porcello has been dominant for in a deep Tigers rotation, going 12-5 with a 3.24 ERA this season. The Tigers will also offer an Ivan Rodriguez Figurine to the first 15,000 fans 21 and older.
8/3 – Jorge De La Rosa vs Anibal Sanchez | Avg. Price: $57.95 | Get-in Price: $25
Anibal Sanchez takes the mound for the Tigers against Rockies lefty Jorge De La Rosa in the series finale on Sunday. Saturday Tigers vs Rockies tickets currently average at $57.95 on the secondary market, 37.37% below the season average, with a get-in price of $25. Sanchez has flown under the radar on a powerhouse Tigers starting rotation but has been consistent, going 7-5 with a 3.57 ERA this season. Despite a high ERA of 4.20, De La Rosa has put up 11 wins for the struggling Rockies. All kids 14 and under will receive a PAWS “Pop Out” Figurine during Sunday’s game.