11/27/2012 5:08 PM ET
Get the experience of a lifetime at the 2013 Detroit Tigers Fantasy Camp
Featuring the 45th Anniversary Reunion of the 1968 World Series Champions
DETROIT - Have you ever dreamt of putting on a Tigers uniform and stepping onto a big league field? Are you still trying to find that perfect holiday gift? If so, now is the time to live your dream or give someone the gift of their lifetime! The 2013 Detroit Tigers Fantasy Camp package is the perfect holiday gift for any Tigers fan. No baseball skills are necessary for this squad. Rosters are filling up quickly, so don't delay!
This year's camp will feature the 45th Anniversary Reunion of the 1968 World Series Champion Detroit Tigers. The 2013 Detroit Tigers Fantasy Camp registration includes round trip airfare, room and board, meals in the Tigertown cafeteria, batting practice at Comerica Park, personalized and authentic home and away Detroit Tigers uniforms, games in Tigertown (official Detroit Tigers Spring Training facility) and a personal clubhouse locker. Additional perks include a "Fantasy Game" with former Tigers greats at Joker Marchant Stadium, the "Salute to 1968" banquet, food vouchers for games at Comerica Park and plenty of special gifts. This year's campers will also have the special opportunity to compete against the New York Yankees fantasy campers in the second annual game against the squad!
Former Tigers scheduled to participate include: Rod Allen, Doug Bair, Dave Bergman, Darrell Evans, Mike Heath, John Hiller, Willie Horton, John Grubb, Steve Kemp, Rick Leach, 1968 World Series MVP Mickey Lolich, Mike Maroth, Tom Matchick, Craig Monroe, Dan Petry, Jim Price, Dave Rozema, Frank Tanana, Walt Terrell, Mickey Tettleton, Dick Tracewski, Jon Warden, Don Wert, Milt Wilcox and Jake Wood.
Fantasy Camp will be held two separate dates: January 20-27, 2013 or January 27-February 3, 2013. For more information, contact Jerry Lewis at 313-471-2550. Don't miss out on this special once-in-a-lifetime experience!
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