Thursday, March 26, 2020
New Activities Just Added!
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Friday, August 14, 2020
Major League Baseball today announced that the St. Louis Cardinals will return to the field tomorrow in a doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago. Today’s originally scheduled game against the White Sox will be made up as part of the doubleheader beginning at 1:10 p.m. (ET)/12:10 p.m. (CT). Sunday’s contest between the Clubs remains as scheduled for 2:10 p.m. (ET)/1:10 p.m. (CT).
Additionally, MLB announced several rescheduling updates for the Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and Minnesota Twins following the postponement of the last weekend’s Cardinals-Cubs series, as well as this week’s postponed games between the Cardinals and Pirates.
CHI @ STL
STL @ PIT
MIN @ STL
The postponed doubleheader between the Cardinals and Detroit Tigers, originally scheduled for Thursday, August 13th, will be rescheduled at a later date.
Thursday, August 13, 2020
The Cardinals' scheduled series opener vs. the White Sox in Chicago was moved from Friday to Saturday, when the clubs expect to play a doubleheader (7 innings each) starting at 1:10 p.m. CT.
Monday, August 10, 2020
Major League Baseball announced today that Thursday's scheduled doubleheader between the St. Louis Cardinals and the host Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park has been postponed. MLB and the Club believe it is prudent to continue additional testing while players and staff are quarantined before the team returns to play. More information regarding the Cardinals’ resumption of play will be announced later in the week.
Sunday, August 9, 2020
Major League Baseball announced today that the upcoming three-game series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Pirates, scheduled for Monday through Wednesday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, has been postponed. In light of the most recent positive test results, MLB and the Club believe it is prudent to conduct additional testing while players and staff are quarantined before the team returns to play. More information regarding the Cardinals' resumption of play will be announced later in the week.
Friday, August 7, 2020
The Office of the Commissioner has been informed that a St. Louis Cardinals staff member and two players tested positive from samples collected over the last two days. Out of an abundance of caution, and to ensure that all infected Cardinal players and staff members have been identified, the games between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Saturday, August 8th and Sunday, August 9th have been postponed. Major League Baseball will continue to provide updates as they become available.
Friday, August 7, 2020
Following an additional positive test for COVID-19 by a St. Louis Cardinals player, tonight's scheduled game between the Cardinals and Chicago Cubs at Busch Stadium has been postponed to allow for additional testing and to complete the contact tracing process. Major League Baseball will continue to provide updates as they become available.
Thursday, August 6, 2020
STL @ DET & DET @ STL
STL @ CWS
STL @ MIL
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Major League Baseball announced today that the Thursday, August 13 "MLB at Field of Dreams presented by GEICO" event between the Chicago White Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals has been postponed due to the pandemic. The game will instead be played at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago on the same date.
Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. said: "We made every effort to go ahead with a first-class event for the people of Iowa, admirers of the film and fans generally. Unfortunately, we have come to the conclusion that it would not be prudent to ask Clubs to step outside their normal routines, given the evolving public health challenges. We hope to host this event in Iowa in 2021."
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals today have acknowledged that the following six players tested positive for COVID-19: catcher Yadier Molina, infielders Paul DeJong, Edmundo Sosa, and Rangel Ravelo, and pitchers Junior Fernández and Kodi Whitley. All six individuals made the decision to grant permission in order to release this information.
"I am saddened to have tested positive for COVID-19, even after adhering to safety guidelines that were put in place," said Molina. "I will do everything within my power to return as soon as possible for Cardinals fans, the city of St. Louis and my teammates. As I recover, I request that you please respect my privacy and family in my absence from the team."
"I am disappointed to share that I have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, even though I followed team protocols," stated DeJong. "I will approach my healing as I do all other things in my life – with education, commitment, and persistence. I look forward to re-joining the team soon and ask that you respect my privacy at this time."
The tentative plan is for the Cardinals to resume their regular schedule on Friday against the Chicago Cubs at Busch Stadium.
Monday, August 3, 2020
The four-game series between the Detroit Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals at Comerica Park from Tuesday, August 4th through Thursday, August 6th has been postponed.
The Cardinals have had 13 members of the organization test positive for COVID-19 in the last week, including seven players and six staff members. The Club, which has been in quarantine since Thursday, will stay in Milwaukee and their personnel will continue to be tested daily. The tentative plan is for the team to resume its regular schedule on Friday against the Chicago Cubs in St. Louis.
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Due to additional testing and monitoring of the St. Louis Cardinals' players and staff members, the Sunday doubleheader between the host Milwaukee Brewers and the Cardinals at Miller Park has been postponed. The Cardinals will play four games against the Tigers in Detroit from Tuesday-Thursday, including a Wednesday doubleheader. The Cardinals and Tigers will serve as the home Club for two games each at Comerica Park. The Brewers will play this week's home-and-home series vs. the Chicago White Sox as scheduled.
Major League Baseball will continue to provide updates regarding its schedule.
Saturday, August 1, 2020
After two Cardinals players tested positive, the entire team was tested in Milwaukee yesterday using a rapid COVID-19 test and saliva samples also were sent to an MLB laboratory. The rapid tests indicated that one additional Cardinals player and multiple staff members may be positive. The results from the MLB PCR saliva tests will not be available until later in the day. Based on the results of the rapid tests conducted in Milwaukee, tonight’s scheduled game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cardinals at Miller Park has been postponed. We will provide additional updates as information becomes available.
Friday, July 31, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals learned late last night that two players have tested positive for COVID-19 in testing that was conducted on Wednesday, July 29 prior to their game against the Twins in Minneapolis, and have instructed the team's players and staff to self-isolate in their Milwaukee hotel rooms until further notice.
The team did not leave their hotel this morning for Miller Park.
The Cardinals were scheduled to play the Milwaukee Brewers this afternoon. Major League Baseball has announced that today's game against the Brewers is scheduled to be made up as part of a double-header on Sunday, August 2 (1:10 p.m. CT).
The team is currently conducting rapid testing of the entire traveling party, has implemented contact tracing, and will continue to self-isolate.
Thursday, July 16, 2020
FOX Sports Midwest to Televise 55 Games; Five Games to be Nationally Televised by ESPN/FOX
Mike Shannon & John Rooney Return for 15th Season on KMOX & Cardinals Radio Network
Polo Ascencio & Bengie Molina to Call All Home Games for Club’s Spanish Radio Broadcasts
The St. Louis Cardinals today announced that every 2020 regular season game will be televised locally or nationally as well as broadcast on KMOX and the Cardinals Radio Network. Additionally, all 30 home games played in St. Louis will feature live Spanish radio broadcasts.
In its 27th season with the team, and tenth as the exclusive local TV home of the Cardinals, FOX Sports Midwest will carry 55 of the 60-game regular season schedule. FOX Sports Midwest will also televise the Cardinals-Royals exhibition game at Busch Stadium on July 22. Each FOX Sports Midwest telecast will also be streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app and at FOXSportsGO.com. FOX Sports Midwest will continue to produce the Cardinals Live pre- and postgame shows for every regular season telecast, including expanded pregame coverage on Opening Night.
Dan McLaughlin, Jim Edmonds, Ricky Horton and Brad Thompson will call home games from the broadcast booth at Busch Stadium, but will remain in St. Louis to call road games. Jim Hayes, Scott Warmann and Erica Weston will serve as reporters and hosts for Cardinals Live, while Al Hrabosky and Rick Ankiel serve as pre- and postgame analysts. Hall of Famer Tim McCarver has opted not to travel from Florida to broadcast Cardinals games this season. The network will also continue to air Cardinals Insider, the club-produced weekly television show, with new episodes beginning on Sunday, July 19.
Currently, five regular season games will be carried exclusively on FOX (aired locally on KTVI) and ESPN as part of Major League Baseball’s national television packages, including the Cardinals’ contest against the Chicago White Sox in the “MLB at Field of Dreams™ presented by GEICO”. The schedule is subject to change based on future national television selections.
In addition to televised game coverage, KMOX 1120 AM, the team’s flagship radio station, and most stations on the Cardinals Radio Network, will carry every regular season game. Broadcasters Mike Shannon (49th season) and John Rooney (15th season) will again share all the Cardinals calls on the radio at home. Ricky Horton will continue to join John Rooney to announce all Cardinals road games from St. Louis. Mike Claiborne returns to assist with broadcasts while Tom Ackerman, Chris Hrabe and Joe Pott will serve as pre- and postgame hosts on KMOX. This year marks KMOX’s tenth consecutive season as the flagship station and 63rd year overall. The Cardinals Radio Network consists of 145 radio stations in eight states and is the largest radio network in MLB.
The Cardinals, in cooperation with WIJR 880 AM La Tremenda, will produce 30 Spanish-language radio broadcasts for all St. Louis homes games during the 2020 season. Play-by-play announcer Polo Ascencio and color commentator Bengie Molina will return for their fifth season to provide Hispanic and Latino fans with a way to follow the Cardinals in their native language. All 30 broadcasts will air locally on WIJR 880 AM and be streamed via cardinals.com and the MLB app.
Monday, July 13, 2020 (Updated on Tuesday, July 21, 2020)
Beginning with Tuesday's intrasquad game, the Cardinals will be streaming the majority of the remaining Summer Camp intrasquad games. Each livestream will feature Dan McLaughlin, the TV voice of the Cardinals from FOX Sports Midwest, on the play-by-play call.
The next livestream is Tuesday 7/21 at 5:05 PM CT on cardinals.com.
While the full intrasquad schedule is not set, and will remain fluid due to Summer Camp schedule flexibility, stay tuned and follow the Cardinals on social media for updated information and a behind the scenes look at Summer Camp!
Monday, July 13, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they will host the Kansas City Royals for an exhibition game at Busch Stadium on Wednesday, July 22. First pitch is scheduled for 3:05 PM CT.
The exhibition game will be televised on FOX Sports Midwest and will also air on the team’s flagship radio station KMOX 1120 AM. This will be the first Major League exhibition game the Cardinals have hosted in St. Louis since playing a pair of exhibitions April 24-25, 1995 at Busch Stadium II against the Seattle Mariners.
The Cardinals will open their 60-game 2020 regular season schedule against the Pittsburgh Pirates in St. Louis on Friday, July 24.
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the ticket refund and credit policy for July, August and September games at Busch Stadium impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
Refund policy applies to the following games:
Monday, July 6, 2020
Team to Open Season July 24 at Busch Stadium vs. Pirates; Play First Ever Major League Game in Iowa as part of "MLB at Field of Dreams" Against White Sox
The St. Louis Cardinals, in conjunction with Major League Baseball's league-wide release, announced their 60-Game 2020 season schedule. The regionally-based schedule will feature 40 divisional games amongst National League Central opponents and 20 Interleague games against American League Central teams.
The Cardinals will open up the season at Busch Stadium on Friday, July 24, with a three-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates and finish their 60-game slate at Busch Stadium on Sunday, September 27, versus the Milwaukee Brewers. The Redbirds will also take part in the only game to be played outside a current Major League city when they take on the host Chicago White Sox in the "MLB at Field of Dreams presented by GEICO" game at the site of the beloved 1989 baseball-themed movie in Dyersville, Iowa on Thursday, August 13.
The 2020 60-Game schedule will feature 10 home series and 10 road series, with home matchups against Pittsburgh (July 24-26, August 10-12), Detroit (August 5-6), Chicago Cubs (August 7-9), Cincinnati (August 20-23, September 11-13), Kansas City (August 24-26), Cleveland (August 28-30), Minnesota (September 8-9), and Milwaukee (September 24-27). The club will have multiple road series against Milwaukee (July 31-August 2, September 14-16) and the Chicago Cubs (August 17-19, September 4-7).
The Cardinals will make future announcements regarding broadcast schedules and any possible ticket availability for the 60-game schedule at a later date.
Friday, June 26, 2020 (updated on Tuesday, July 7, 2020)
Major League Baseball has officially announced a plan to return to play for the 2020 season. The regular season schedule is set to begin on July 23rd. Details regarding ticket refunds for July through September have been sent to all ticket buyers. The Cardinals are operating a modified summer training camp at Busch Stadium that began on July 3rd. Cardinals home games will take place at Busch Stadium.
Yes – MLB has released a revised, 60-game schedule for July through September, available at cardinals.com/schedule. To limit travel distances, teams will play a majority of games against their division opponents (40, or 10 against each division opponent) and the rest against their geographic counterpart in the other league (in other words, AL East vs. NL East, AL Central vs. NL Central, AL West vs. NL West).
That has yet to be determined; the Cardinals are working with MLB and state and local health officials on these details. We are hopeful at some point to allow a modified, reduced capacity of fans safely in attendance for games, but there are many factors to work out in advance. As soon as further details are known, we will communicate them to fans.
No. The new 60-game season will feature an entirely new schedule. All July through September game tickets are no longer valid. Details regarding July through September refunds have been sent to all fans holding tickets for affected games.
The promotional schedule associated with the original 2020 game schedule is no longer valid. It has not yet been determined whether a revised schedule will feature promotional giveaways.
Theme Ticket events will not be part of the revised 2020 schedule. We anticipate the return of most of the cancelled Theme events during the 2021 season.
Yes, the special offer coupon on the back of all 2020 game tickets is still valid through 12/31/20 at local Dobbs Tire & Auto Centers.
No, in order to ensure player safety protocols are met, the public will not have access to any of the preseason training sessions.
It has not been determined whether these areas will be allowed to have ticketed fans for games. Once further details are available, information will be shared with fans.
The Cardinals Team Store at Busch Stadium, located at 8th and Clark Street, has reopened to the public as of Tuesday, July 7. Current Team Store hours are Tuesday through Sunday, from 11 AM to 5 PM. Cardinals HOF & Museum and Cardinals Nation Restaurant are tentatively scheduled to reopen on Monday, July 20th.
At this time tours are not yet available. We hope to return to our daily tour operations soon. As soon as further details are determined, we will pass them along.
MLB and the Cardinals have thorough FAQ's that cover most baseball-related questions in the following news articles available at cardinals.com/news:
Fans should contact the Cardinals at 314-345-9000, or [email protected], for further information.
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. announced today that Major League Baseball anticipates beginning its 2020 regular season approximately one month from today, on July 23rd or July 24th.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
The Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe show at Busch Stadium originally scheduled for June 25th, 2020, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, July 6th, 2021. If you purchased tickets from cardinals.com, your Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe ticket(s) are valid for the July 6th, 2021 show at Busch Stadium. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled show, refunds can be requested before July 17, 2020 through the St. Louis Cardinals ticket office. Please call 314–345–9000, or email [email protected].
Monday, June 15, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the ticket refund and credit policy for June games at Busch Stadium impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
June refund policy applies to the following games: June 1-2 vs. Blue Jays, June 16-18 vs. Rockies, June 19-21 vs. Reds, June 29-30 vs. Nationals
Monday, June 15, 2020
Kenny Chesney has announced July 10, 2021 as the new date for the Busch Stadium stop on his Chillaxification Tour, previously scheduled for June 13, 2020. Original tickets are automatically valid for the rescheduled show date. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled show, refunds can be requested before July 14, 2020 through the St. Louis Cardinals ticket office. Please call 314–345–9000, or email [email protected].
Monday, June 1, 2020
The 2020 Stadium Tour featuring Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, and Joan Jett has been postponed until 2021, which includes the St. Louis show scheduled at Busch Stadium on June 25th. A new show date for 2021 will be announced soon. Original tickets are automatically valid for the rescheduled show date. If you have tickets to the postponed show, refund options will be available at the time a rescheduled show date is announced.
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Kenny Chesney has postponed his 2020 Chillaxification Tour until 2021, which includes the St. Louis show scheduled at Busch Stadium on June 13th. A new show date for 2021 will be announced soon. Original tickets are automatically valid for the rescheduled show date. If you have tickets to the postponed show, refund options will be available at the time a rescheduled show date is announced.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the ticket refund and credit policy for April and May games at Busch Stadium impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
April games (13) - April 2, 4-5 vs. Orioles; April 6-9 vs. Dodgers; April 20-22 vs. Reds; April 24-26 vs. Marlins
May games (16) - May 4-6 vs. Padres; May 8-10 vs. Mets; May 18-21 vs. Braves; May 22-24 vs. DBacks; May 29-31 vs. Pirates
Thursday, April 16, 2020
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
COVID-19 is impacting all of us. The St. Louis Cardinals are committed to supporting the community during this unprecedented time. We are fortunate to work with a number of amazing partners who are providing critical resources and aid to those most impacted in our region. We have compiled some information on ways you can help, resources to educate yourself on COVID-19, where you can go if you need support, and additional resources that you may find helpful. This page will be updated as more information becomes available, so check back often. We're all in this together.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
The Mitel & MLB Present London Series scheduled for June 13-14 between the Cardinals and Cubs has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ticket holders will receive a full refund, including any ticketing service charges paid. Further information and FAQs can be found at mlblondonseries.com/faq.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
This week, Major League Baseball announced that the opening of the 2020 season will be delayed due to the CDC's latest guidelines, which restrict events of more than 50 people for a matter of weeks. We are supportive of this decision as the health and safety of our fans, players, and staff is our highest priority. The situation is fluid. It evolves by the hour, and unfortunately we don't have a date we can circle on the calendar for Opening Day yet.
What we do know is that MLB will continue to share updates regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead, and we will share news as it becomes available, along with news specific to Busch Stadium and other events.
MLB has a variety of contingency plans, and we will remain flexible with the hope of resuming normal operations as soon as possible. When the season does begin, MLB will be committed to playing as many games as possible.
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Below, is a list of topics we anticipate our fans have questions about, along with what we know at this time.
Ticketing Questions: We are working through our approach to handling ticket issues, and we will communicate details to fans soon. We appreciate your patience and understanding in the meantime.
The MLB London Series: MLB continues to monitor the situation, but has not made a decision to delay or cancel the event at this time.
Status of Major and Minor League Players: Most of our major league players have returned home, with a few remaining in camp who live nearby. Our minor league players were sent home after spring training operations were suspended on Friday. Before players left, they were provided at-home training information as well as guidelines about prevention, good hygiene, and the latest travel recommendations. We will communicate with them on a regular basis to ensure their health and wellness during this time. Also, we will honor our daily allowance for minor league players.
Coronavirus Task Force: We have established an internal task force to address all aspects of this situation and its impact on the organization, our fans and the community.
Front Office Staffing: Starting this week, the St. Louis Cardinals have implemented a telework policy—requiring all front office employees to work from home, with the exception of those employees whose responsibilities require them to be present at the stadium.
Seasonal Staff: This is an important issue impacting not only the St. Louis Cardinals, but all professional sports teams. Cancelled games can hurt game day and seasonal staff particularly hard, and we are concerned about them. Yesterday, MLB announced that each of the 30 teams will be contributing $1 million into a fund that will help this group of employees. More details will follow on how the Cardinals will be administering this fund, and how others might be able to contribute to it as well.
Coronavirus Prevention Guidelines: We hope our fans stay educated on how to prevent exposure and transmission of the Coronavirus. Here is a helpful link from the CDC's website about ways to protect yourself.
See also this helpful article from MLB.com, What fans need to know about the Coronavirus.
In closing, we want to thank you for your ongoing support of our team and our city as we work through this unprecedented situation. We can't wait for the moment we are back at Busch Stadium together.
Stay safe, and we will be in touch.
Bill DeWitt III
President, St. Louis Cardinals
Monday, March 16, 2020
Today Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. conducted a conference call with the 30 Clubs of Major League Baseball. Following last night's newly updated recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, the opening of the 2020 regular season will be pushed back in accordance with that guidance.
MLB will keep fans updated on decisions regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead. The Clubs remain committed to playing as many games as possible when the season begins. We will continue to monitor ongoing events and undertake the precautions and best practices recommended by public health experts, and urge all baseball fans to follow suit. MLB extends its best wishes to all the individuals and communities who have been impacted by the coronavirus.
Friday, March 13, 2020
While the start of the 2020 regular season has been delayed for at least two weeks, no games have been cancelled.
Major League Baseball is working on a variety of contingency plans with the hope of resuming normal operations as soon as possible. At this time, fans should retain their game tickets, and await further direction as details are being finalized.
Fans are encouraged to check back here for information related to scheduling updates of the 2020 regular season.
Friday, March 13, 2020
After an in-person meeting with MLBPA officials in Arizona, Major League Baseball announced today that Spring Training camps will be suspended, effective immediately. Major League players can elect to return home, remain in their Spring Training cities, or return to their Club’s home city. This step is in the best interests of players, employees and the communities who host Spring Training.
MLB will continue to monitor ongoing events and undertake the precautions and best practices recommended by public health experts. We send our best wishes to all the individuals and communities who have been impacted by coronavirus.
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Following the official statement from Major League Baseball this afternoon, the St. Louis Cardinals are making contingency plans and proactively monitoring the Coronavirus situation.
This afternoon, Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr. announced the cancellation of Spring Training games for all 30 Clubs, along with at least a two-week delay to the start of 2020 Opening Day.
"From the beginning of this uncertain, global pandemic, we have emphasized the safety of our fans, players and staff," said Bill DeWitt Jr., Chairman and CEO. "We are supportive of the decision by MLB, which allows us additional time to navigate this evolving situation and prioritize the safety of everyone."
One of those guidelines involves the creation of an internal task force, which the Cardinals have already established. The task force includes stakeholders from across the organization—including representatives from Baseball Operations, Ticket Sales and Marketing, Corporate Sales, Communications, Special Events and Merchandising, Finance and Administration and Human Resources.
The internal task force, led by Vice President of Stadium Operations, Matt Gifford, will implement guidelines from the league, review updates from local and state health departments and communicate important messages on behalf of the Club.
"This developing situation is, and has always been fluid," said John Mozeliak, President of Baseball Operations. "At this time, spring training camps in Jupiter remain open for player workouts and training, but our practice fields and facility will be closed to the public."
Mozeliak added, "We have been communicating as much as we can with our players, fans, and employees up to this point, and are taking direction from the MLB Commissioner's Office while we analyze our next steps from all angles."
"We anticipate fans will have questions about their ticket purchases for those first two weeks, as well as for future games," said Joe Strohm, Vice President of Ticket Sales. "At this time, we are still working through our approach to handling ticketing issues, and will be communicating the details to fans soon."
Monday, July 20, 2020
The Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum and Cardinals Nation Restaurant are now open!
For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Cardinals Nation page by clicking the Learn More button below:
Monday, July 13, 2020
The 2020 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony presented by Edward Jones has been postponed due to safety and planning concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 class, which includes Tom Herr, John Tudor and Bill White, will be formally enshrined at the 2021 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony set to take place on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
The Official Cardinals Team Store, located at Busch Stadium at the corner of 8th and Clark Street has now reopened to the public. The Team Store will operate with modified hours Tuesday thru Sunday from 11am to 5pm, until further notice.
Monday, March 16, 2020
The Cardinals Box Office is closed until further notice. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Busch Stadium Information Guide by clicking the Learn More button below:
Monday, March 16, 2020
All Busch Stadium Tours have been cancelled until further notice. For the most up to date information, please visit the Tours page by clicking the Learn More button below.
Friday, March 13, 2020
The Cardinals 5K, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 11, has been postponed. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the 5K page by clicking the Learn More button below: