Tiger Stadium I

Ty Cobb 18

A. L. Batting Champion (.409)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1912

1912 George Mullin

No Hitter:

George Mullin

7-4-12

vs. St. Louis Browns (7-0)

Ty Cobb

Ty Cobb (DET)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

5th Inning

vs. St. Louis Browns

July 4th, 1912

1912 Earl Hamilton

No Hitter:

Earl Hamilton (STL)

8-30-12

vs. Detroit Tigers (5-1)

Eddie Collins 2

Six Stolen Bases

Eddie Collins (PHA)

vs. Detroit Tigers

September 11th, 1912

Ty Cobb 19

A. L. Batting Champion (.390)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1913

Sam Crawford 9

A. L. Triples Leader (23)

“Wahoo” Sam Crawford (DET)

1913

Ty Cobb 20

A. L. Batting Champion (.368)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1914

Crawford Sam 1455.68WTJ_FL_PD

A. L. RBI Leader (104)

Sam Crawford (DET)

1914

Sam Crawford 10

A. L. Triples Leader (26)

“Wahoo” Sam Crawford (DET)

1914

Ty Cobb 21

A. L. Batting Champion (.369)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1915

Sam Crawford 5

A. L. Co-RBI Leader (112)

Sam Crawford (DET)

1915

Bobby Veach 2

A. L. Co-RBI Leader (112)

Bobby Veach (DET)

1915

Ty Cobb 10

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (96)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1915

Sam Crawford 11

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

“Wahoo” Sam Crawford (DET)

1915

Ty Cobb 11

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (68)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1916

Ty Cobb 23

A. L. Batting Champion (.383)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1917

Bobby Veach 3

A. L. RBI Leader (103)

Bobby Veach (DET)

1917

Ty Cobb 12

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (55)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1917

Ty Cobb 32

A. L. Triples Leader (24)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1917

Ty Cobb 24

A. L. Batting Champion (.382)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1918

Bobby Veach 4

A. L. RBI Leader (78)

Bobby Veach (DET)

1918

Ty Cobb 33

A. L. Triples Leader (14)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1918

1918 Dutch Leonard

No Hitter:

Dutch Leonard (BOS)

6-3-18

vs. Detroit Tigers (5-0)

Ty Cobb 25

A. L. Batting Champion (.384)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1919

Bobby Veach 5

A. L. Triples Leader (17)

Bobby Veach (DET)

1919

Bobby Veach

Cycle:

Bobby Veach (DET)

vs. Boston Red Sox

September 17th, 1920

Harry Heilmann

A. L. Batting Champion (.394)

Harry Heilmann (DET)

1921

George Sisler 2

Cycle:

George Sisler (STL)

vs. Detroit Tigers

August 13th, 1921

1922 Charlie Robertson

Perfect Game:

Charlie Robertson (CHI)

4-30-22

vs. Detroit Tigers (2-0)

Ray Schalk

Cycle:

Ray Schalk (CHW)

vs. Detroit Tigers

June 27th, 1922

Heilman Harry 264-58b_FL_PD

A. L. Batting Champion (.403)

Harry Heilmann (DET)

1923

Ty Cobb2

Ty Cobb (DET)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. Boston Red Sox

August 10th, 1924

Heilmann Harry 3133.75_FL_PD

A. L. Batting Champion (.393)

Harry Heilmann (DET)

1925

Manush_Heinie_1509-68WTc_Bat_NBL Conlon

A. L. Batting Champion (.378)

Heinie Manush (DET)

1926

Harry Heilmann 4

A. L. Batting Champion (.398)

Harry Heilmann (DET)

1927

Bob Meusel

Bob Meusel (NYY)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

3rd Inning

vs. Detroit Tigers

May 16th, 1927

1927 Johnn Neun

Unassisted Triple Play:

Johnny Neun

May 31st, 1927

Johnny Neun

Five Stolen Bases

Johnny Neun (DET)

vs. New York Yankees

July 9th, 1927

Jackie Tavener 2

Jackie Tavener

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

4th Inning

vs. New York Yankees

July 10th, 1927

Jackie Tavener

Jackie Tavener (DET)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. New York Yankees

July 25th, 1928

Bob Meusel 4

Cycle:

Bob Meusel (NYY)

vs. Detroit Tigers

July 26th, 1928

Charlie Gehringer 4

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (27)

Charlie Gehringer (DET)

1929

Charlie Gehringer 6.jpg

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

Charlie Gehringer (DET)

1929

Marty McManus Swinging Baseball Bat

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (23)

Marty McManus (DET)

1930

Roy Johnson

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

Roy Johnson (DET)

1931

Dale Alexander 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.367)

Dale Alexander (DET/BOS)

1932

Mickey Cochrane 4

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Mickey Cochrane (DET)

1934

1934 Babe Ruth

700th Home Run:

Babe Ruth

July 13th, 1934

1934 WS

Cardinals Defeat Tigers

Win World Series 4-3

October 9th, 1934

Hank Greenberg

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1935

Hank Greenberg 3

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (36)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1935

Hank Greenberg 7

A. L. RBI Leader (170)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1935

Tommy Bridges 2

A. L. Strikeout Leader (163)

Tommy Bridges (DET)

1935

1935 WS

Tigers Defeat Cubs

Win World Series 4-2

October 7th, 1935

Tiger Stadium Right Field Overhang

Right Field Overhang

1936

Tommy Bridges

A. L. Wins Leader (23)

Tommy Bridges (DET)

1936

Tommy Bridges 3

A. L. Strikeout Leader (175)

Tommy Bridges (DET)

1936

Charlie Gehringer 3

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Charlie Gehringer (DET)

1937

Charlie gehringer 5

A. L. Batting Champion (.371)

Charlie Gehringer (DET)

1937

Hank Greenberg 8

A. L. RBI Leader (183)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1937

Gee Walker

Cycle:

Gee Walker (DET)

vs. Cleveland Indians

April 20th, 1937

Hank Greenberg 4.jpg

A. L. Home Run Leader (58)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1938

Lou Gehrig Streak

Lou Gehrig

Consecutive Games Streak Ends at 2,030

May 2nd, 1939

Charlie Gehringer

Natural Cycle:

Charlie Gehringer (DET)

vs. St. Louis Browns

May 27th, 1939

Hank Greenberg 2

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1940

Greenberg Hank 4344_91_Act_NBL

A. L. Home Run Leader (41)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1940

Hank Greenberg 9

A. L. RBI Leader (150)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1940

Barney McCosky

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

Barney McCosky (DET)

1940

Joe Cronin 2

Cycle:

Joe Cronin (BOS)

vs. Detroit Tigers

August 2nd, 1940

1941 AS

July 8th, 1941

American League 7

National League 5

Rudy York 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (34)

Rudy York (DET)

1943

Dizzy Trout

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Dizzy Trout (DET)

1943

Rudy York 3

A. L. RBI Leader (118)

Rudy York (DET)

1943

Hal Newhouser

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1944

Hal Newhouser 3

A. L. Wins Leader (29)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1944

Dizzy Trout 2

A. L. ERA Leader (2.12)

Dizzy Trout (DET)

1944

Hal Newhouser 9

A. L. Strikeout Leader (187)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1944

Hal Newhouser 2

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1945

Hal Newhouser 4

A. L. Wins Leader (25)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1945

Hal Newhouser 7

A. L. ERA Leader (1.81)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1945

Hal Newhouser 10

A. L. Strikeout Leader (212)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1945

PX 82-12

A. L. Home Run Leader (44)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1946

Hal Newhouser 6

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (26)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1946

Hal Newhouser 8

A. L. ERA Leader (1.94)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1946

Hank Greenberg 10

A. L. RBI Leader (127)

Hank Greenberg (DET)

1946

Hal Newhouser 5

A. L. Wins Leader (21)

Hal Newhouser (DET)

1948

Tiger Stadium Night Game

First Night Game

June 15th, 1948

1948 Bob Lemon

No Hitter:

Bob Lemon (CLE)

6-30-48

vs. Detroit Tigers (2-0)

George Kell 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.343)

George Kell (DET)

1949

Virgil Trucks 2

A. L. Strikeout Leader (153)

Virgil Trucks (DET)

1949

Hoot Evers 2

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (11)

Hoot Evers (DET)

1950

Hoot Evers

Cycle:

Hoot Evers (DET)

vs. Cleveland Indians

September 7th, 1950

Saul Rogovin 2

A. L. ERA Leader (2.78)

Saul Rogovin (DET/CHW)

1951

1951 AS

July 10th, 1951

National League 8

American League 3

1952 Virgil Trucks

No Hitter:

Virgil Trucks

vs. Washington Senators (1-0)

5-15-52

Harvey Kuenn

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Harvey Kuenn (DET)

1953

Al Kaline 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.340)

Al Kaline (DET)

1955

Ray Boone

A. L. Co-RBI Leader (116)

Ray Boone (DET)

1955

Al Kaline

Al Kaline (DET)

Two Home Runs

6th Inning

vs. Kansas City Athletics

April 17th, 1955

Frank Lary

A. L. Wins Leader (21)

Frank Lary (DET)

1956

Jim Bunning

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Jim Bunning (DET)

1957

Harvey Kuenn 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.353)

Harvey Kuenn (DET)

1959

Jim Bunning 3

A. L. Strikeout Leader (201)

Jim Bunning (DET)

1959

Jim Bunning 4

A. L. Strikeout Leader (201)

Jim Bunning (DET)

1960

Norm Cash

A. L. Batting Champion (.361)

Norm Cash (DET)

1961

Jake Wood

A. L. Triples Leader (14)

Jake Wood (DET)

1961

Hank Aguirre

A. L. ERA Leader (2.21)

Hank Aguirre (DET)

1962

Earl Wilson

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Earl Wilson (DET)

1967

Denny McLain 4

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Denny McLain (DET)

1968

Denny McLain 2

A.L. Cy Young  Award

Denny McLain (DET)

1968

Denny McLain 5

A. L. Wins Leader (31)

Denny McLain (DET)

1968

Denny McLain 3

A.L. Co-Cy Young Award

Denny McLain (DET)

1969

Denny McLain 6

A. L. Wins Leader (24)

Denny McLain (DET)

1969

Rod Carew

Rod Carew

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

3rd Inning

vs. Detroit Tigers

May 18th, 1969

Mickey Lolich

A. L. Wins Leader (25)

Mickey Lolich (DET)

1971

Mickey Lolich 2

A. L. Strikeout Leader (308)

Mickey Lolich (DET)

1971

1971 AS

July 13th, 1971

American League 6

National League 4

John Hiller

A.L. Fireman of the Year

John Hiller (DET)

1973

1973 Steve Busby

No Hitter:

Steve Busby (KC)

4-27-73

vs. Detroit Tigers (3-0)

1973 Nolan Ryan 1

No Hitter:

Nolan Ryan (CAL)

7-15-73

vs. Detroit Tigers (6-0)

Billy North Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson vs. Billy North

June 5th, 1974

Mark Fidrych

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Mark Fidrych (DET)

1976

Mark Fidrych 2

A. L. ERA Leader (2.34)

Mark Fidrych (DET)

1976

Mike Hegan

Cycle:

Mike Hegan (MIL)

vs. Detroit Tigers

September 3rd, 1976

Lou Whitaker

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Lou Whitaker (DET)

1978

Detroit Tigers v New York Yankees

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (68)

Ron LeFlore (DET)

1978

Jack Morris

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (14)

Jack Morris (DET)

1981

Tiger Town

1983

Baseball Scenes Filmed

at Tiger Stadium

Jack Morris 3

A. L. Strikeout Leader (232)

Jack Morris (DET)

1983

Willie Hernandez 2

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Willie Hernandez (DET)

1984

Willie Hernandez

A.L. Cy Young Award

Willie Hernandez (DET)

1984

Sparky Anderson

A. L. Manager of the Year

Sparky Anderson (DET)

1984

MBR

No Hitter:

Jack Morris

White Sox vs. Tigers (4-0)

First Nationally Broadcast Saturday Game

April 7th, 1984

Tigers 35-5.jpg

Best Record after 40 Games (35-5)

May 24th, 1984

Standings 1984

Franchise Record 104th Win

September 29th, 1984

1984 WS

Tigers Defeat Padres

Win World Series 4-1

October 14th, 1984

Darrell Evans

A. L. Home Run Leader (40)

Darrell Evans (DET)

1985

Dwight Evans Opening Day

Dwight Evans Homers on First Pitch

Opening Day

April 7th, 1986

Sparky Anderson 2

A. L. Manager of the Year

Sparky Anderson (DET)

1987

Cecil Fielder 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (51)

Cecil Fielder (DET)

1990

Cecil Fielder 4

A. L. RBI Leader (132)

Cecil Fielder (DET)

1990

Cecil Fielder 3

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (44)

Cecil Fielder (DET)

1991

Bill Gullickson

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Bill Gullickson (DET)

1991

Cecil Fielder 5

A. L. RBI Leader (133)

Cecil Fielder (DET)

1991

Cecil Fielder 6

A. L. RBI Leader (124)

Cecil Fielder (DET)

1992

Travis Fryman

Cycle:

Travis Fryman (DET)

vs. New York Yankees

July 28th, 1993

Brian Hunter

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (74)

Brian Hunter (DET)

1997

MLB Photos Archive

Cycle:

Alex Rodriguez (SEA)

vs. Detroit Tigers

June 5th, 1997

Brian Hunter 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (44)

Brian Hunter (DET/SEA)

1999

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2001

Some Baseball Scenes Filmed

at Tiger Stadium

Chris Davis

Chris Davis (BAL)

Two Extra Inning Home Runs

12th & 13th Innings

vs. Detroit Tigers

May 16th, 2017