What the hell are you doing here?
We visited Detroit's Comerica Park last Saturday for the afternoon doubleheader between the hapless Tigers (65-94, 24� games out in the AL Central) and the hopeless Royals (63-96, 26� games out) to ask some of the estimated 2,500 fans on hand the all-important question:
"We hadn't been to Comerica Park before. It's beautiful. Plus, we had discount tickets."—Hing Wong, 37, St. Clair Shores, Mich.
"There's, like, nothing to do today, and I have no homework this weekend."—Jason Leineke, 12, Grosse Pointe, Mich.
"You've got tickets, you don't throw them in the garbage, you know."—Bill McDonald, 71, Battle Creek, Mich.
"I had a ticket for a game that was rained out in April."—Louise Cross, 78, Detroit
"We had tickets as part of a church group. We had 25 originally, but only five came."—Casaundra Williams, 31, Saginaw, Mich.
"They're the closest team to our house."—Alex Potter, 13, Bedford, Mich.
"Hey, the sun was shining, so we said, 'What the heck.' "—Carrie Armstrong, 37, with her father, Ellsworth Anderson, 87, Dearborn, Mich.
"I have season tickets. I'm using the ticket up."—Leon Taylor, 68, Detroit