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The Detroit Tigers are a popular entity now, thanks to a recent trip to the World Series and an off-season that saw them acquire players like Dontrelle Willis and Miguel Cabrera. So much so, their ticket distribution has been incredibly demanding; especially for Opening Day.

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For example:

Club spokesman Rob Matwick also says the team has sold the equivalent of more than 26,000 season tickets, an increase of nearly 8,000 from a year ago.

To say the Tigers are popular would be quite the understatement. Because of the demand, there are little-to-no Detroit Tigers Opening Day tickets available. Because of that, Detroit fans are looking towards to the secondary ticket market for their Tigers tickets. Rumor has it some tickets for the Tigers’ Opening Day game are going for an excess of $1000.

Opening Day? That’s not, like, the beginning of the World Series, is it?