The year 1968 was an incredible year in history, filled with turmoil, unrest, rioting and protest; nowhere more than in the streets of Detroit. But one thing brought the city together: the Detroit Tigers. This season the team will celebrate the World Series champions, with a season long series of events, culminating on the weekend of September 7-9, when the Tigers host the St. Louis Cardinals, the team they defeated in 1968 to win the title.

The Detroit Tigers celebrated the 1968 champions in 2013. (Getty Images)

The team will have a series of bobblehead and replica jersey giveaways. One of the coolest items related to the celebration is a limited edition set of season tickets created by world famous logo designer Todd Radom.

Radom is responsible for many iconic sports related logos, and last season, did a set of historic ticket art for the Chicago White Sox. You can get a glimpse of both sets on his website.

While the Tigers' are rebuilding the current team, this season provides fans a chance to remember and relive the glory days of 1968. I hope Radom has an opportunity to do something similar for the 1984 World Champs.

A look inside Tiger Stadium circa 1988. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)