Fox Sports Detroit reports that since the beginning of the season on March 31, the average household rating for Tigers games is 7.5, which means that 7.5% of all the household with televisions in the Detroit DMA (i.e., TV market) are tuned to the Tigers game.
In prime time, the rating goes up to 8.4, which is 71% higher than WDIV (NBC), in second place with a 4.9.
For a city routinely called “Hockeytown”, that’s pretty amazing, and also pretty great.
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