Chewbacca of 'Star Wars' fame throws out the first pitch before a Tigers game in 2013. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)
Detroit — The Tigers will pay tribute to one of the greatest teams in their history, the 1984 squad, during a ceremony this summer — 30 years after the franchise last won a World Series championship.
That event highlights the club’s list of special events released Wednesday.
That celebration will be June 30.
All the old staples also are back, including Negro Leagues Weekend (May 23-25), photo day (June 8), the car show (June 14) and Fiesta Tigres (Aug. 2).
Here’s the complete schedule:
March 31: Opening Day
April 2: Career Day
April 3: Math Day
April 6: Kids Opening Day
April 15: Jackie Robinson Day
April 17: Journalism Day
May 8: Space Day
May 10: Pregame clinic
May 11: Mother’s Day
May 22: Weather Day
May 23-25: 12th annual Negro Leagues Weekend
May 24: 20th annual Negro Leagues Tribute Game
June 8: On-field Photo Day
June 13: 44th annual Polish-American Night
June 14: 4th annual Classic Car Show
June 15: Father’s Day
June 18: Softball 360 Stadium Power Tour
June 30: 1984 30th anniversary celebration
July 18: Motown Night
July 20: Scout Parade
July 29: Christmas in July
Aug. 2: 9th annual Fiesta Tigres
Aug. 15: Country Night
Sept. 13: “Star Wars” Night
Sept. 26-28: Fan Appreciation Weekend
The Tigers also will continue to put on fireworks shows following Friday and Saturday home games, and every Sunday will by Kids Day.
Tigers single-game tickets go on sale Saturday, at 10 a.m., at the Comerica Park box office and tigers.com.