The Detroit Tigers will welcome back former star shortstop Carlos Guillen, who headlines pre-game festivities for ALDS game three at Comerica Park. The 38 year old Guillen, a fan favorite and three time All-Star during his 2004-2011 Tigers' tenure, will throw out the first pitch before Monday afternoon's game with the Athletics.
Unfortunately for Tigers and A's fans, MLB has their matchup set to be the first of four games scheduled on Monday, with a start time of 1:07 p.m. ET, 10:07 AM PT. The game will be televised on the MLB Network.
If necessary, ALDS game four in Detroit will start at 5 PM and game five in Oakland at 9 p.m.. Both games are scheduled to be broadcast by TBS.
The Tigers have also announced Sergeant Michael T. McNichol of the Michigan Army National Guard will deliver Guillen the game ball and the national anthem will be performed by Detroiters Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott. Epstein and Zott are better known as the indie-pop duo "Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr."