Old Tiger Stadium Site to Serve as Home of Detroit PAL, $13 Million Project Planned

Detroit Tigers LogoDetroit PALThe site of old Tiger Stadium will be known as Willie Horton Field, named after left fielder and designated hitter William Wattison Horton who spent 15 seasons with the Detroit Tigers.  A new 2,500-seat baseball facility that will be built on site will serve as the home of the Detroit PAL (Police Athletic League).  Read more here.

Detroit PAL Stadium Rendering

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One response to “Old Tiger Stadium Site to Serve as Home of Detroit PAL, $13 Million Project Planned

  1. Bart

    The article forgot to mention that PAL is ripping out all of the grass and putting down artificial turf. The stadium is gone, so the last thing that still makes this field “historical,” is the grass that Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Jackie Robinson, and countless other Hall of Famers played on.

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