Fans flock to 18th annual Tigerfest

Fans flock to 18th annual Tigerfest

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

Are you ready for some baseball? Okay, so it's January and temperatures are in the single digits. That didn't stop baseball fans from flocking to Comerica Park Saturday for Tigerfest. The Detroit Tigers and their fans are raring to go!

Click on the video player to watch Jennifer Hammond's report.

Some fans waiting in line for an hour or more just to get an autograph or a photo with a player. Almost every player was on hand along with coach Jim Leyland.

"Every year it gets better and better," said pitcher Justin Verlander. "It's a really unique experience for us and the fans. You get to interact with them and they get to interact with you."

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