Detroit Tigers:
Based out of Detroit, MI and part of the American League Central Division, the Tigers play in Comerica Park in downtown Detroit and are the oldest continuous one-name, one-city franchise in the American League. Their colors are navy, white, and orange and have won four World Series championships (most recently in 1984), 11 AL pennants, and six division titles. 

Welcome to Day Three of the "What to Wear to a Baseball Game" series! Today is all about the Tigers. Now I'll be the first to admit that I know very little about the Tigers. They were never a part of my life around baseball. But I do know it's still pretty cold in Detroit, so I'm not trying to wear a tank top and short shorts to a game right now. Still, I'm sporting my Jack Rogers sandals since the brutal winter has given way to relatively warm temperatures ... kind of.

I don't know about you, but Jacks are the perfect shoes for a game. They're comfortable and perfect for walking around the park. They're also great for when you want to rep your team! Since Jacks have so many color options, you're promised shoes for every team!. You can even make your own custom Jack Rogers here. You really have no excuse not to buy a pair -- your team will thank you for it! They're great investments and will be a major hit for the season :)

The Tigers are a great team to dress for because of the simple color scheme of navy and white. I could have 100 different outfit choices for this team. Maybe that means I need to make my way to Comerica Park and sport the look for real!

covering the bases, krista robertson, fashion blogger, new york fashion blog
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