The Detroit Tigers have been on the road for the last week, but thanks to their fans, they felt like they were at home while in Cincinnati and Chicago. Tigers fans took over Great American Ball Park for Detroit's series against the Reds this past weekend, and then they took over Wrigley Field for the Tigers' series against the Cubs this week. Don't believe me? Just look at the attendance numbers:â†µ
42,443 at Great American Ball Park today. 8th largest crowd in history, largest non-Opening Day crowd ever. #Reds #Tigersâ†µ— Ryan Field (@RyanFieldFSD) June 9, 2012
Largest midweek attendance total for a three-game series in the history of Wrigley Field: 124,782. #Tigers #Cubsâ†µ— Chris Iott (@Chris_Iott) June 14, 2012
It's very cool to hear "Let's Go Tigers" in opposing ballparks. Well done, Tigers fans. Well done.