Day two of the Tigers winter caravan saw the team putting in some decent mileage and making a variety of appearances.
Last night Jack Morris and Matt Boyd took in a Red Wings game.
Friday kicked off with JaCoby Jones and Dixon Machado making a TV appearance.
Then everyone went for coffee and doughnuts.
We’re already rolling with Day 2 of #DETCaravan!— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) January 26, 2018
Gardy, @jacobyjones23 and @MachadoDixon grabbed breakfast with Brigadier General John D. Slocum and Command Chief Tony Whitehead of @127Wing. pic.twitter.com/imiXf1pp2z
Ron Gardenhire, @jacobyjones23 and @MachadoDixon grabbed donuts and coffee with Brigadier General John D. Slocum and Command Chief Tony Whitehead of @127Wing at @dunkindetroit @dunkindonuts #DETCaravan pic.twitter.com/r0PeW7ivDZ— Tigers PR (@DetroitTigersPR) January 26, 2018
This included a big milestone for Machado.
Those who didn’t get doughnuts stopped for breakfast at the Northern Michigan Rotary Club.
Great start to the morning on the North Bus at Crystal Mountain Resort with the Northern Michigan Rotary Club Alliance Breakfast! pic.twitter.com/jTczrJhpch— Tigers PR (@DetroitTigersPR) January 26, 2018
Quick autograph session with Tram, and we’re off to our next stop: Zehnder’s Snowfest in Frankenmuth. pic.twitter.com/hIWoXIr9Ur— Tigers PR (@DetroitTigersPR) January 26, 2018
Apparently Nick gets paid in cash now.
Actually the team just made a stop to be honorary bank tellers for the day.
Daniel Norris and Nicholas Castellanos work the teller counter at Comerica Park in Rochester Hills. pic.twitter.com/1aLjJnc6N6— Jason Beck (@beckjason) January 26, 2018
But too bad if you want them to actually help you.
“I’m actually not allowed to handle any money,” Nicholas Castellanos politely explained to a customer who wanted to make a transaction. So he signed a piggy bank instead. pic.twitter.com/MyJaGxq5Hk— Jason Beck (@beckjason) January 26, 2018
We notice Paws is still rocking the old jersey.
Then the boys got to ride in style at the Auto Show.
The Tigers are parading through the Auto Show. Nick Castellanos gets his own ride. A Corvette. pic.twitter.com/C7yak7PvJ0— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) January 26, 2018
The Tigers can be seen next at TigerFest, Saturday.