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Detroit Tigers 1984 World Series trophy set to visit Double-A Erie SeaWolves

A guest appearance by Alan Trammell and a silent auction featuring Tigers memorabilia among activities scheduled for Tigers' Affiliate Day at Jerry Uht Park.

The Detroit Tigers' Double-A affiliate Erie SeaWolves are planning to bring a bit of history to the fans at Jerry Uht Park on Friday for Tigers' Affiliate Day. This season marks 15 years that the SeaWolves have worked in affiliation with the Detroit Tigers organization.

The SeaWolves will be offering those in attendance the opportunity to get an up-close look at the 1984 World Series Commissioners trophy, as well as posing for pictures with the beloved piece of hardware.

The SeaWolves will also be welcoming legendary Tigers shortshop Alan Trammell to take part in a VIP meet and greet picnic, including an hour long general audience autograph session. The six-time All-Star served as a member of the 1984 World Series champion team, posting a pair of two-run home runs in the game four victory, earning Trammell the World Series MVP award.

SeaWolves Owner & CEO Fernando Aguirre couldn't be more excited for the upcoming events. "We are thrilled to be celebrating our affiliation with the Tigers," Aguirre said. "This is a unique opportunity for Erie fans to see and take photos with the 1984 World Series trophy and meet Tigers great Alan Trammell."

In addition to the special appearances, there will be a silent auction featuring an array of prizes and team issued items, including an autographed bat from Miguel Cabrera, as well as game used bats from J.D. Martinez, James McCann, Nick Castellanos and Rajai Davis.

You can order your tickets here.