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Homestand Photos – July 7-11, 2011

The game will be made up in early September when Lowell returns to Dodd Stadium.

Colin and Al Kaline pose together after the ceremonial first pitch. (Photo Credit: Kevin Pataky)

Luis Sanz threw 7 innings of 1-hit ball.

Tuesday’s game was postponed due to rain and made up as part of a Doubleheader on Wednesday.

The Tigers finished up the homestand with a shutout victory over Jamestown. 

Starting pitcher Brennan Smith hurled 7 shutout innings

and DH/1B Dean Green hit two homeruns for the Tigers.

The Tigers travel to State College for a 3 game series before the AllStar Break.

Tails from the Road: Auburn and Lowell

The Tigers are in the midst of a 5 game roadtrip to Auburn and Lowell.

The Doubledays play at Falcon Park.

Falcon Park was built in 1995 and has a capacity of 2,800.

Auburn is the New York-Penn League affliate of the Washington Nationals.

Andrew Graham’s club then visited Lowell, a quick drive up 395 (and 290), for 2 games.

The Spinners, a Stedler Division rival, play at LeLacheur Park, located on the campus of UMass-Lowell.

The Tigers and Spinners continue their series with 2 games at Dodd Stadium Sunday and Monday.

Tomorrow, it is C.T.’s Birthday Party and Sunday Funday.

Monday night, Hall of Famer Al Kaline will visit Dodd Stadium.

Kaline will sign autographs before the game and throw out the ceremonial first pitch to his grandson, Tigers’ infielder Colin Kaline.

Stadium Upgrade

As the Tigers visit Auburn and Lowell this week, staff completed a few projects to improve stadium experience at Dodd.

The doors to “The Tigers’ Den”,

and the front office received a new coat of paint.

Staff also hung up signage on the concourse.

The Tigers return home Sunday afternoon.

 

On Sunday, it is C.T.’s Birthday Party and Sunday Funday.

 

Monday night, Hall of Famer Al Kaline will visit Dodd Stadium.

 

Kaline will sign autographs before the game and throw out the ceremonial first pitch to his grandson, Tigers’ infielder Colin Kaline.