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MID-MICHIGAN (WNEM) -

The American League champion Detroit Tigers will continue their annual winter caravan Friday, including a stop at Zehnder's Snowfest.

The caravan made several stops in our area Thursday, giving fans a chance to meet with their favorite athletes.

Frankenmuth isn't the only local stop planned Friday. The team will also be at Soaring Eagle casino and the Midland Center for the Arts.

Meanwhile, the parents of Tigers ace Justin Verlander are coming to Dow Diamond in Midland.

They recently wrote a book, and $5 of every sale will go to the Jayden Lamb Memorial Foundation.

The 8-year-old boy died in November after a long battle with cancer.

The Verlanders will be in Midland on Feb. 4.

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