Dodgers To Commemorate Kirk Gibson’s 1988 World Series Home Run Seat
One of the most memorable home runs in World Series history is the one Kirk Gibson hit in 1988. The seat where that home run landed will become the "Kirk Gibson" seat.
According to USA Today, the former Tigers and Dodgers star will have a special seat at Dodgers Stadium to commemorate his historic home run in the 88 World Series.
The special seat will be painted blue and will feature the signature of Gibson. The seat will be available for fans to sit in for Dodgers games. It will be available as a package for fans that will cost $300 bucks. It will include a companion seat, t shirts and food and drink.
$200 from each purchase of the seat will be donated to the Kirk Gibson foundation for Parkinson's research.
A chance to sit in a legendary spot for a great cause. If you happen to make it out to L.A. for a game it might be worth it to check it out if you can.
Kirk Gibson continues to be an analyst for Fox Sports Detroit and the TV broadcast for the Detroit Tigers. He will be apart of the call of the game when the Tigers open their 2018 season at Comerica Park on Thursday, March 29th against the Pirates.