Joker Marchant Stadium

Lakeland, Florida

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Team: Lakeland Flying Tigers
Affiliate: Detroit Tigers
Seating Capacity: 7,027
Dimensions: LF 340
CF 420
  RF 340
Year Opened: 1966
Former Notable Players: Tony Clark, Mark Fidrych, Kirk Gibson, Curtis Granderson, John Smoltz and Justin Verlander.
Notes: Located at Tigertown, the spring training home of the Detroit Tigers, Joker Marchant Stadium host the Tigers' FSL affiliate during the summer months. The Flying Tigers returned after spending the 2002 season down the street at Henley Field, while the facility underwent a $ 10 million renovation. The improvements included better spectator amenities; additional seating, private suites, an outfield spectator berm, a more spacious concourse, and improved Tigertown practice facilities. The stadium is named for the City of Lakeland former Parks and Recreation Director, Joker Marchant, who spearheaded the effort to build Tigertown. The facility with several sets of clubhouses and practice fields was built on the site of Lodwick School of Aeronautics, a World War II flight school.
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Montreal Expos vs. Detroit Tigers, March 14, 2003
Washington Nationals vs. Detroit Tigers, March 20, 2009
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