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2000 Detroit Tigers 2000 Detroit Tigers
1999/2001
Record 79-83 .488
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Standings 3rd in the AL Central (16 games back)
Pythagorean 81-81, 81-81, 81-81
Runs (S/A) 823 / 827
BallparkComerica Park
Park FactorsBatting: 97 / Pitching: 97
Attendance2,438,617 (7th) (17th)
Fancost$165 (5th) / $13,391
Payroll/Avg$60,601,934 / $1,980,411 (11th)
OpExp/$PV$108,700,000 / $1,375,949
Rev/OpInc$120,800,000 / $12,100,000
Valuation$290,000,000
Spring TrainingLakeland, Florida (Joker Marchant Stadium)
ManagerPhil Garner
CoachesBill Madlock, Bob Melvin, Doug Mansolino, Lance Parrish, Jeff Jones, Juan Samuel, Dan Warthen
ExecutivesOwner/Chairman: Michael Ilitch, President: John McHale Jr.
Minor Leagues(AAA) Toledo Mud Hens, (AA) Jacksonville Suns, (A) Oneonta Tigers, (A) West Michigan Whitecaps, (A) Lakeland Tigers
Radio (WJR) Dan Dickerson, Ernie Harwell, Jim Price
TV (WKBD) Al Kaline, Frank Beckmann
Cable TV (Fox Sports Net) Josh Lewin, Kirk Gibson

The 2000 Detroit Tigers went 79-83 and finished 3rd in the American League Central. The Tigers drew 2,438,617 to Comerica Park. Todd Jones made the All-Star team.

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