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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Tickets for potential ALCS games go on sale Thursday

The day the Tigers begin their postseason run with Game 1 of the American League Division Series, tickets for their potential games in the AL Championship Series go on sale.

Beginning at noon on Thursday, Oct. 2, tickets for any potential ALCS games go on sale at noon, exclusively on the team's website, Sale of tickets through the box office or over the phone begins a day later, on Friday. Limit is 12 tickets per customer.

Should the Tigers beat the Baltimore Orioles in the ALDS, and advance to a fourth straight ALCS, they would host at least two, and as many as four games at Comerica Park in the championship round.

If the Kansas City Royals win the other ALDS, the Tigers/Orioles winner would host Games 1 (Oct. 10) and 2 (Oct. 11), as well as Games 6 (Oct. 17) and 7 (Oct. 18), if necessary. If the top-seeded Angels win that series, the Tigers/Orioles winner would host Games 3 (Oct. 13), 4 (Oct. 14) and 5 (Oct. 15).

Tickets still remain for the Tigers' ALDS home games against the Orioles — Game 1 on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 3:30 p.m., and Game 2 on Monday, Oct. 6 — and are available through the box office, or by phone.


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