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Vines highlight how a once-beautiful stadium lays in ruins and awaits demolition.
The legendary Tiger Stadium opened in 1912, but baseball had been played on the site since 1896... five years before the Tigers or the American League existed. The Detroit Lions played football at the stadium for a few decades too. The best seats put fans closer to the action than any other ballpark and Tiger Stadium was the playground of Lou Whitaker, Alan Trammell, Kirk Gibson and Ty Cobb. In 1999, the Tigers moved to Comerica Park in downtown Detroit and Tiger Stadium sat in ruins as various battles to save it were developed and ignored. The city of Detroit began demolition days after I was able to sneak in for one final peek. A few years later, baseball fans still gather on the empty grass lot to play ball.
(2007)
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