It’s time once again for St. Louis canines to “bark” on the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Saturday, June 14 for the tenth annual Purina® Pooches in the Ballpark event, presented by Schnucks.
Tonight, prior to the second home game against the Cincinnati Reds, the St. Louis Cardinals will receive their championship rings. We’ve got the pictures, open the article to feast your eyes.
Monday, April 7th marks the annual return of baseball to St. Louis as the Cardinals take on the Cincinnati Reds at 3:15 p.m. Opening Day 2014 will feature a formal dedication of the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum within Cardinals Nation in Ballpark Village in the morning and a pre-game on-field ceremony that welcomes home the reigning National League Champions. Following is a schedule of official activities and information to help baseball’s best fans enjoy what has become an unofficial holiday in St. Louis. Fans are encouraged to join the social media conversation using #OpeningDaySTL.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that tickets to the Budweiser Brew House Deck in Ballpark Village will go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. at cardinals.com.
After a relatively uninteresting spring, the St. Louis Cardinals have made all the necessary cuts to begin the long 162 game season in Cincinnati Monday afternoon. An uninteresting spring is defined as one where few (or no) key players go down with an injury, and no one performs well below expectations. For the defending National League champs, perhaps the opposite could be said – a number of camp attendees performed well above expectations.
For the first time in club history, the St. Louis Cardinals Official Media Guide is available to fans for purchase online. Typically available only to sportswriters, broadcasters, baseball executives and scouts, the Cardinals annual media guide is the ultimate insider’s resource.
For the first time in club history, the Cardinals will hold a Fantasy Camp at Busch Stadium from July 10-13th giving fans the opportunity to play alongside former Redbirds like Rick Ankiel and Jason Isringhausen and interact with the likes of Ozzie Smith, Willie McGee and Bruce Sutter. The camp is an addition to the yearly Cardinals Fantasy Camp held at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida, dating back to 2001.
Spring training has been a largely unsurprising affair. The usual suspects are hitting well, and some players we expected to do well last season are making good this spring. The St. Louis Cardinals outfield looked to be pretty well settled after the trade of David Freese to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim California, USA. But Stephen Piscotty is upsetting the apple cart.