Detroit Tigers 2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The 2024 MLB season is about to be in full swing, and we’ve got our eyes on the Tigers. Check out the 2024 Detroit Tigers TV schedule right here to make sure you never miss a single steal, home run or seventh inning stretch of the upcoming season.

The Detroit Tigers played their inauguration in 1901 and are part of the American League Central. They play their MLB home games at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan.

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Detroit Tigers Quick Facts:

Founding Season: 1901
Division: American League Central
Home Ballpark: Comerica Park
World Series Titles: 4 (1935, 1945, 1968, 1984)
2023 Finish: Did not make the postseason

How Did the Detroit Tigers Do in 2023?

The Tigers concluded their season with a 78-84 record, a .481 winning percentage and a negative run differential. While they showed some competitive spirit, it wasn’t enough to propel them into significant postseason contention.

With their offense averaging 4.1 runs per game, Detroit will be looking to enhance their offensive output and defensive capabilities to strive for a more successful campaign in the 2024 MLB season. 

Detroit Tigers TV Schedule

The Tigers have been going through a bit of a rough patch, but fans are hoping that they can turn the corner this season. Make sure you know where and when to watch the Detroit Tigers play by taking a look at the schedule below.

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How to Watch the Detroit Tigers

If you can’t make it out to the ballpark, there are still plenty of ways to catch every game on the Detroit Tigers schedule with DIRECTV. Below are a few networks where you can watch Tigers baseball games.

Bally Sports Detroit (Regional Sports Network) – DIRECTV Channel 663



ESPN– DIRECTV Channel 206

ESPN 2– DIRECTV Channel 209


ABC – Find your local ABC channel

FOX – Find your local FOX channel

Top Tigers Players to Watch

The resurgence of any team takes time, dedication and most importantly – strong players. Here are a few of the best Tigers to keep an eye out for on the field.

  • Casey Mize (12), Pitcher
  • Spencer Torkelson (20), First Baseman
  • Riley Greene (31), Center Fielder

Tigers Rivalries to Tune in To

And now, a look at the team’s main rivals.

Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

This rivalry is one of the oldest, and most heated in MLB history. Both the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago White Sox joined the American League in 1901 and have been battling it out on the field ever since. From upsets to bench-clearing brawls, fans can expect excitement when these two teams match up. 

The White Sox and Tigers will meet up for the first and last games of the regular season, and then some. Watch them compete on these dates:

  • March 28-31 (opening weekend)
  • June 21-23
  • August 23-26
  • September 27-29

Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Guardians

Another longtime rivalry for the Tigers is with the Cleveland Guardians. And while these two American League Central teams haven’t been as competitive in recent years, they are still an exciting match up to watch. 

Watch them on:

  • May 6-8
  • July 8-11
  • July 22-25
  • July 29-30


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