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Cardinals announce roster moves

The St. Louis Cardinals announced a series of roster moves Friday that leaves the team's Major League roster at 38 players.

The team added recently re-signed free-agent pitcher Adam Wainwright to the 40-man roster in addition to four players who were reinstated from the 60-day disabled list. Those players included outfielder Dexter Fowler, and pitchers Luke Gregerson, Alex Reyes and Michael Wacha.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced a series of roster moves Friday that leaves the team's Major League roster at 38 players.

The team added recently re-signed free-agent pitcher Adam Wainwright to the 40-man roster in addition to four players who were reinstated from the 60-day disabled list. Those players included outfielder Dexter Fowler, and pitchers Luke Gregerson, Alex Reyes and Michael Wacha.

Catcher Francisco Peña was outrighted off the team's 40-man Major League roster and has elected free-agency and pitcherMatt Bowman was claimed today off outright waivers by the Cincinnati Reds.

Pitchers Bud Norris and Tyson Ross and first baseman Matt Adams elected free agency earlier this week. Yesterday, the San Diego Padres claimed infielder Greg Garcia off outright waivers.

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Cardinals hire Albert and Clapp to coaching staff

Albert was Astros second hitting coach; Clapp makes move from Memphis

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today they have hired Jeff Albert as hitting coach and Richard "Stubby" Clapp as first base coach.  

The 2019 St. Louis Cardinals coaching staff under manager Mike Shildt is now complete joining Oliver Marmol (bench coach), Mike Maddux (pitching coach), Ron "Pop" Warner (third base coach), Mark Budaska (assistant hitting coach), Willie McGee (assistant coach) and Bryan Eversgerd (bullpen coach).

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today they have hired Jeff Albert as hitting coach and Richard "Stubby" Clapp as first base coach.  

The 2019 St. Louis Cardinals coaching staff under manager Mike Shildt is now complete joining Oliver Marmol (bench coach), Mike Maddux (pitching coach), Ron "Pop" Warner (third base coach), Mark Budaska (assistant hitting coach), Willie McGee (assistant coach) and Bryan Eversgerd (bullpen coach).

"We are excited to have our coaching staff in place for the upcoming season," said John Mozeliak, St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations. "The off-season focus moving forward is to improve our roster."

Albert, who will turn 38-years old on Wednesday, has been with the Astros organization for the last six years after coming over from the Cardinals organization following the 2012 season. The Rochester, N.Y., native held three coaching roles in the Astros organization, most recently as the second hitting coach for the Major League club in 2018. In 2013, Albert served as the roving hitting instructor, and from 2014-17 the Astros minor league hitting coordinator.   

The Astros had the second fewest amount of strikeouts in Major League Baseball (1,197) during the 2018 season and have posted four of the top six season home run totals in the organization's history over the past four years, three times hitting 200 or more round-trippers.
As a member of the Cardinals organization, Albert served as the hitting coach in short-season Batavia (2008) helping the club to a New York-Penn League Championship and had the same role at High-A Palm Beach (2009-12). Albert played college baseball at Butler University and two seasons in Independent Leagues before starting his coaching career.

Clapp, 45, has been the manager of the Memphis Redbirds for the past two seasons, leading the club to back-to-back Pacific Coast League Championships and the Triple-A Championship in 2018. His 2017 club set the franchise record with a 91-50 regular season mark and he was named Baseball America's Minor League Manager of the Year.

The former 36th round draft pick of the Cardinals in 1996, played one season in St. Louis in 2001, batting .200 with an RBI in 23 Major League games.  

Clapp held previous coaching roles with the Canadian National Team in the Olympics, World Baseball Classic and Pan-American Games and professionally in the Blue Jays (2013-16) and Astros (2007-12) organizations.  

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Yadier Molina named recipient of 2018 Roberto Clemente Award

All-Star catcher recognized for exemplary humanitarian efforts, including establishing Foundation4 and Molina's relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star catcher Yadier Molina has been named the recipient of the 2018 Roberto Clemente Award, the most prestigious individual player honor awarded by Major League Baseball. Molina is the fifth Cardinals player to win the Roberto Clemente Award, the most by any MLB Club, joining Lou Brock (1975), Ozzie Smith (1995), Albert Pujols (2008) and Carlos Beltrán (2013). Molina, 36, is the fourth Puerto Rican player to win the Award (Edgar Martínez-2004, Carlos Delgado-2006 and Beltrán-2013). Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. officially announced Molina's selection at a press conference prior to Game Two of the 114th World Series at Fenway Park.

The Roberto Clemente Award is the annual recognition of a Major League player who best represents the game of Baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field. The concept of honoring Major League players for their philanthropic work was created in 1971 as the "Commissioner's Award," but was renamed the "Roberto Clemente Award" in 1973 in honor of the Hall of Famer and 15-time All-Star who died in a plane crash on New Year's Eve 1972 while attempting to deliver supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua.

An excerpt from Molina's official Roberto Clemente Award nomination bio:

Molina has exuded strength and leadership as the anchor of the St. Louis Cardinals, with his work in the community speaking for itself. Molina established Foundation4 (Fundación4) in 2010 to "create happier lives and futures for the underprivileged children of Puerto Rico" by providing opportunities to those affected by poverty, abuse and cancer. Through the Foundation, the veteran catcher has helped fund the "Hogar Mis Primeros Pasos" safe house for battered children in Dorado, Puerto Rico, the purchase of an anesthesia machine for Puerto Rico Children's Hospital of Bayamon's pediatric oncology ward, and the growth of the Fundacion Go Gogo in Ponce facility that specializes in caring for pediatric cancer patients and more. Molina has also refurbished baseball fields and awarded scholarships to youth in Puerto Rico.

Molina's efforts expanded after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico and plunged the island's 3.4 million residents into a humanitarian crisis in 2017. Forty-eight hours after the end of the Cardinals' 2017 season, Molina, accompanied by friends and family, arrived on the Island with seven industrial-sized crates of supplies. For weeks, Molina worked from dawn until midnight, picking up debris, moving fallen trees, clearing roads, replacing roofs and handing out a week's worth of provisions to thousands. In January 2018, Molina returned to distribute grocery vouchers to the community. In June 2018, he hosted the Flavors of Puerto Rico charity dinner with the support of his teammates in his adopted home of St. Louis. To date, over $800,000 has been raised to provide aid for Puerto Rico.

In St. Louis, Molina meets with the city's Puerto Rican Society, attends teammates' charitable events, and actively supports Cardinals Care by participating in the annual Winter Warm-up, signing memorabilia that raises funds to aid children throughout Cardinals Nation.

(*Molina's official Roberto Clemente Award nomination bio can be found in the separate attachment*)

"Yadier has been one of Baseball's greatest representatives as a perennial All-Star while also devoting himself, often without fanfare, to communities and families in St. Louis and Puerto Rico," said Commissioner Manfred. "Most notably, the results of Yadier's personal efforts this past year to support Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria have been both meaningful and inspiring. On behalf of Major League Baseball, we congratulate Yadier for adding this prestigious honor to his already exemplary Major League career."

Vera Clemente said: "One of the things closest to Roberto's heart was his beloved island of Puerto Rico, and Yadi's commitment to help the Puerto Rican community heal after such a catastrophic event embodies Roberto's philanthropic spirts. It is my honor to welcome Yadi to this wonderful family of Roberto Clemente Award winners."

Yadier Molina said: "It's a great honor to win this award and it's even more special to me because I'm Puerto Rican. For us, Clemente is a hero and a legend and we highly respect and admire him not only as a one of the greatest players but as a humanitarian who lost his life helping those in need and to be associated with him is a true privilege."

Molina was selected from a list of 30 Club nominees by a distinguished panel that included Commissioner Manfred; Vera Clemente; Hall of Fame Broadcaster and the "Spanish-Language Voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers" Jaime Jarrín; former Roberto Clemente Award recipients and MLB Network analysts Al Leiter, Harold Reynolds, Hall of Famer John Smoltz (also of FOX Sports) and Hall of Famer Jim Thome; FOX Sports analysts Nick Swisher and Hall of Famer Frank Thomas; ESPN broadcasters Jessica Mendoza and Karl Ravech; TBS analysts Ron Darling and Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez (both also of MLB Network); MLB.com Executive Editor Carlton Thompson; MLB.com Reporter Jesse Sanchez; Baseball Writers' Association of America President Clark Spencer; and MLB Executives. Additionally, Molina was the top choice of the fan vote, which was available via MLB.com/Clemente21. Each September since 2002, Major League Baseball has commemorated Roberto Clemente Day to recognize all 30 Roberto Clemente Award nominees and to honor the Hall of Famer's indelible legacy.

The distinguished list of past Roberto Clemente Award winners includes 17 members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame:

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star catcher Yadier Molina has been named the recipient of the 2018 Roberto Clemente Award, the most prestigious individual player honor awarded by Major League Baseball. Molina is the fifth Cardinals player to win the Roberto Clemente Award, the most by any MLB Club, joining Lou Brock (1975), Ozzie Smith (1995), Albert Pujols (2008) and Carlos Beltrán (2013). Molina, 36, is the fourth Puerto Rican player to win the Award (Edgar Martínez-2004, Carlos Delgado-2006 and Beltrán-2013). Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. officially announced Molina's selection at a press conference prior to Game Two of the 114th World Series at Fenway Park.

The Roberto Clemente Award is the annual recognition of a Major League player who best represents the game of Baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field. The concept of honoring Major League players for their philanthropic work was created in 1971 as the "Commissioner's Award," but was renamed the "Roberto Clemente Award" in 1973 in honor of the Hall of Famer and 15-time All-Star who died in a plane crash on New Year's Eve 1972 while attempting to deliver supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua.

An excerpt from Molina's official Roberto Clemente Award nomination bio:

Molina has exuded strength and leadership as the anchor of the St. Louis Cardinals, with his work in the community speaking for itself. Molina established Foundation4 (Fundación4) in 2010 to "create happier lives and futures for the underprivileged children of Puerto Rico" by providing opportunities to those affected by poverty, abuse and cancer. Through the Foundation, the veteran catcher has helped fund the "Hogar Mis Primeros Pasos" safe house for battered children in Dorado, Puerto Rico, the purchase of an anesthesia machine for Puerto Rico Children's Hospital of Bayamon's pediatric oncology ward, and the growth of the Fundacion Go Gogo in Ponce facility that specializes in caring for pediatric cancer patients and more. Molina has also refurbished baseball fields and awarded scholarships to youth in Puerto Rico.

Molina's efforts expanded after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico and plunged the island's 3.4 million residents into a humanitarian crisis in 2017. Forty-eight hours after the end of the Cardinals' 2017 season, Molina, accompanied by friends and family, arrived on the Island with seven industrial-sized crates of supplies. For weeks, Molina worked from dawn until midnight, picking up debris, moving fallen trees, clearing roads, replacing roofs and handing out a week's worth of provisions to thousands. In January 2018, Molina returned to distribute grocery vouchers to the community. In June 2018, he hosted the Flavors of Puerto Rico charity dinner with the support of his teammates in his adopted home of St. Louis. To date, over $800,000 has been raised to provide aid for Puerto Rico.

In St. Louis, Molina meets with the city's Puerto Rican Society, attends teammates' charitable events, and actively supports Cardinals Care by participating in the annual Winter Warm-up, signing memorabilia that raises funds to aid children throughout Cardinals Nation.

(*Molina's official Roberto Clemente Award nomination bio can be found in the separate attachment*)

"Yadier has been one of Baseball's greatest representatives as a perennial All-Star while also devoting himself, often without fanfare, to communities and families in St. Louis and Puerto Rico," said Commissioner Manfred. "Most notably, the results of Yadier's personal efforts this past year to support Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria have been both meaningful and inspiring. On behalf of Major League Baseball, we congratulate Yadier for adding this prestigious honor to his already exemplary Major League career."

Vera Clemente said: "One of the things closest to Roberto's heart was his beloved island of Puerto Rico, and Yadi's commitment to help the Puerto Rican community heal after such a catastrophic event embodies Roberto's philanthropic spirts. It is my honor to welcome Yadi to this wonderful family of Roberto Clemente Award winners."

Yadier Molina said: "It's a great honor to win this award and it's even more special to me because I'm Puerto Rican. For us, Clemente is a hero and a legend and we highly respect and admire him not only as a one of the greatest players but as a humanitarian who lost his life helping those in need and to be associated with him is a true privilege."

Molina was selected from a list of 30 Club nominees by a distinguished panel that included Commissioner Manfred; Vera Clemente; Hall of Fame Broadcaster and the "Spanish-Language Voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers" Jaime Jarrín; former Roberto Clemente Award recipients and MLB Network analysts Al Leiter, Harold Reynolds, Hall of Famer John Smoltz (also of FOX Sports) and Hall of Famer Jim Thome; FOX Sports analysts Nick Swisher and Hall of Famer Frank Thomas; ESPN broadcasters Jessica Mendoza and Karl Ravech; TBS analysts Ron Darling and Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez (both also of MLB Network); MLB.com Executive Editor Carlton Thompson; MLB.com Reporter Jesse Sanchez; Baseball Writers' Association of America President Clark Spencer; and MLB Executives. Additionally, Molina was the top choice of the fan vote, which was available via MLB.com/Clemente21. Each September since 2002, Major League Baseball has commemorated Roberto Clemente Day to recognize all 30 Roberto Clemente Award nominees and to honor the Hall of Famer's indelible legacy.

The distinguished list of past Roberto Clemente Award winners includes 17 members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame:

1971

Willie Mays+**

1984

Ron Guidry

1997

Eric Davis

2010

Tim Wakefield

1972

Brooks Robinson+**

1985

Don Baylor

1998

Sammy Sosa

2011

David Ortiz

1973

Al Kaline+

1986

Garry Maddox

1999

Tony Gwynn+

2012

Clayton Kershaw

1974

Willie Stargell+

1987

Rick Sutcliffe

2000

Al Leiter

2013

Carlos Beltrán

1975

Lou Brock+

1988

Dale Murphy

2001

Curt Schilling

2014

Paul Konerko *

1976

Pete Rose

1989

Gary Carter+

2002

Jim Thome+

2014

Jimmy Rollins *

1977

Rod Carew+

1990

Dave Stewart

2003

Jamie Moyer

2015

Andrew McCutchen

1978

Greg Luzinski

1991

Harold Reynolds

2004

Edgar Martínez

2016

Curtis Granderson

1979

Andre Thornton

1992

Cal Ripken, Jr.+

2005

John Smoltz+

2017

Anthony Rizzo

1980

Phil Niekro+

1993

Barry Larkin+

2006

Carlos Delgado

2018

Yadier Molina

1981

Steve Garvey

1994

Dave Winfield+

2007

Craig Biggio+

   

1982

Ken Singleton

1995

Ozzie Smith+

2008

Albert Pujols

   

1983

Cecil Cooper

1996

Kirby Puckett+

2009

Derek Jeter

   

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Cardinals & Wainwright agree to 2019 contract

Veteran pitcher set to enter his 15th season with St. Louis

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to terms with veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright on a one-year contract for the 2019 season. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Wainwright, 37, will be entering his 15th season with the Cardinals in 2019, matching Bob Forsch (1974-88) for the 3rd-most seasons as a pitcher in a Redbirds uniform. Jesse Haines (18 years, 1920-37) and Bob Gibson (17 years, 1959-75) are the only pitchers ahead of them.

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to terms with veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright on a one-year contract for the 2019 season. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Wainwright, 37, will be entering his 15th season with the Cardinals in 2019, matching Bob Forsch (1974-88) for the 3rd-most seasons as a pitcher in a Redbirds uniform. Jesse Haines (18 years, 1920-37) and Bob Gibson (17 years, 1959-75) are the only pitchers ahead of them.

"Adam represents everything we think of when asked to describe a winning player, and a winning teammate," stated Cardinals' Chairman Bill DeWitt, Jr. "His value to our team stretches far beyond the box score, and he showed by season's end that he is still ready and able to compete."

Wainwright will enter the 2019 season ranked 5th all-time among Cardinals in wins (148) and 2nd in strikeouts (1,623). The two-time World Series Champion (2006 & 2011) and three-time All-Star (2010, 2013, 2014) ranks 11th among active pitchers in win, 17th in strikeouts and 8th in ERA (3.32), despite missing significant time due to injury in 2011, 2015 and 2018.

"Adam has proven, when healthy, that he still has the ability and the drive to contribute at the highest level," said Cardinals' President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak. "We saw it in Spring Training, and again late in the season, that once he had overcome his ailments, he was prepared to give us a winning effort every time he took the mound. There is risk, but it is shared, and this deal gives us added depth as we look to 2019."

Wainwright missed a total of 149 days while on the disabled list with hamstring and elbow injuries in 2018. He finished the year with a 2-4 mark and 4.46 ERA in eight games (all starts). Adam made four starts in September, striking out 25 in his 22.1 innings pitched while going 1-1 with a 4.84 ERA, as the Cardinals went 3-1 in those games. Despite making fewer September starts than his teammates, "Waino" finished third on the team in innings pitched and strikeouts last month.

A former Rawlings Gold Glove (2009 & 2013) and National League Silver Slugger (2017) award winner, Wainwright owns a career mark of 148-85 with a 3.32 ERA in 352 games (285 starts) covering 1,932.0 innings pitched. He is the Cardinals all-time leader in postseason games pitched (24) and strikeouts (96) and was on the mound for the Cardinals World Series and National League Championship Series clinching wins in 2006.

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Cardinals Museum debuts augmented reality experience

Museum artifacts enhanced with AR technology will bring Cardinals history to life

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum is debuting an augmented reality experience for select artifacts throughout the museum. Fans will enjoy an enhanced trip through Cardinals History in the museum by using this unique technology powered by Major League Baseball's Ballpark App.

Fans can access the interactive experience by downloading the Ballpark App at cardinals.com/ballpark. After launching the Busch Stadium Ballpark App, fans can use the camera on their smart phone to relive some of the most exciting moments from Cardinals History, including highlights from Sportsman's Park, Lou Brock's base stealing record and Jim Edmond's 2004 NLCS Home Run, to name a few.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum is debuting an augmented reality experience for select artifacts throughout the museum. Fans will enjoy an enhanced trip through Cardinals History in the museum by using this unique technology powered by Major League Baseball's Ballpark App.

Fans can access the interactive experience by downloading the Ballpark App at cardinals.com/ballpark. After launching the Busch Stadium Ballpark App, fans can use the camera on their smart phone to relive some of the most exciting moments from Cardinals History, including highlights from Sportsman's Park, Lou Brock's base stealing record and Jim Edmond's 2004 NLCS Home Run, to name a few.

"The augmented reality experience is another way our patrons can interact with the rich history of St. Louis Cardinals baseball," said Paula Homan, Museum Curator. "Using the MLB Ballpark APP, fans will have the opportunity to relive the moments that made these select artifacts part of our team's storied history."

The Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum, which boasts one of the largest team-specific collections of artifacts and memorabilia in the world, is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Museum remains open through the 7th inning on home game nights. To purchase Cardinals Museum tickets or learn more about museum membership, visit cardinals.com/museum.

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Tickets for potential tiebreaker game to go on sale tomorrow

Possible tiebreaker game set for Oct. 1 at Busch Stadium

ST. LOUIS -- In the event the Cardinals finish the 2018 regular season tied for a Postseason berth, a tiebreaker game will be held at Busch Stadium on Monday, October 1.

Tiebreaker game tickets start at just $10 and will go on sale Tuesday, September 25 at 10 AM CT. Tickets will be available at cardinals.com, via phone at 314.345.9000, and at the Busch Stadium Box Office.

ST. LOUIS -- In the event the Cardinals finish the 2018 regular season tied for a Postseason berth, a tiebreaker game will be held at Busch Stadium on Monday, October 1.

Tiebreaker game tickets start at just $10 and will go on sale Tuesday, September 25 at 10 AM CT. Tickets will be available at cardinals.com, via phone at 314.345.9000, and at the Busch Stadium Box Office.

If played, this would be the second tiebreaker scenario in Cardinals history. In 1946, the Cardinals and Brooklyn Dodgers finished with identical 96-58 records, setting up the first-ever best-of-three playoff series (which was used until divisional play in 1969). The Cardinals won the tiebreaker series and eventually went on to win the 1946 World Series. Monday's potential game would be the first one-game tiebreaker in Cardinals franchise history.

Tickets for potential NL Wild Card and Division Series games are currently on sale. For a full calendar of the 2018 MLB Postseason schedule, visit mlb.com/postseason.

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Cardinals recall infielder Edmundo Sosa from Memphis

Rookie infielder split 2018 season between Double-A Springfield & Triple-A Memphis

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced this morning that they have recalled rookie infielder Edmundo Sosa from Memphis (AAA).

Sosa, 22, a native of Panama City, Panama, who was signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free-agent in July of 2012, split the 2018 season between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA).

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced this morning that they have recalled rookie infielder Edmundo Sosa from Memphis (AAA).

Sosa, 22, a native of Panama City, Panama, who was signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free-agent in July of 2012, split the 2018 season between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA).

The right-handed hitting Sosa combined to hit .270 with 12 HR's, 30 doubles & 59 RBI in 123 games in the minors this season, starting games at second base, shortstop and third base.

The 6-0, 200-pound Sosa finished 2nd among Cardinals' minor leaguers with his 30 doubles in 2018. He hit a pair of homers on June 11 vs. Tulsa in a four-hit game.

Sosa was named a Midwest League (A) All-Star in 2016 and an Appalachian League (R) All-Star in 2015. He was a member of Team Panama in the 2016 qualifying round of the World Baseball Classic.

Sosa has been assigned uniform no. 63. His addition brings the Cardinals active roster to 36 players.

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Cardinals team with José Martínez to help people of Venezuela

Specially-priced $10 tickets on sale now for final three home games vs. Brewers

The St. Louis Cardinals, in collaboration with outfielder José Martínez, announced the team will sell specially-priced $10 tickets for the upcoming series with the Milwaukee Brewers on September 24-26 to help those impacted by the socioeconomic and political crisis in José's and bullpen catcher Kleininger Teran's home country of Venezuela. Fans can purchase the specially-priced tickets now at cardinals.com/helpjose.

For every specially-priced $10 ticket purchased, 75% will be donated to José's relief efforts to assist those in need in Venezuela. The team is partnering with a four-star Charity Navigator organization who has served more than 100 million people in more than 110 countries throughout the world to distribute aid items on the ground in Venezuela. 

The St. Louis Cardinals, in collaboration with outfielder José Martínez, announced the team will sell specially-priced $10 tickets for the upcoming series with the Milwaukee Brewers on September 24-26 to help those impacted by the socioeconomic and political crisis in José's and bullpen catcher Kleininger Teran's home country of Venezuela. Fans can purchase the specially-priced tickets now at cardinals.com/helpjose.

For every specially-priced $10 ticket purchased, 75% will be donated to José's relief efforts to assist those in need in Venezuela. The team is partnering with a four-star Charity Navigator organization who has served more than 100 million people in more than 110 countries throughout the world to distribute aid items on the ground in Venezuela. 

"As I think about returning to Venezuela when the seasons ends, I wanted to do something for the people of my country," Martínez stated. "They are in need of basic things, the most important of which is food. This generous ticket offer by the Cardinals during the team's postseason push will be a tremendous help to the cause."

Martínez has been an integral part of the Cardinals over the last two seasons, leading the team with a .306 batting average while ranking third in games played (249) and fourth in RBI (126).

Spanish speaking fans can purchase the specially-priced tickets at cardenales.com/ayudajose.

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Cards recall reliever Giovanny Gallegos from Memphis

Righty was acquired from Yankees in July trade

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have recalled right-handed reliever Giovanny Gallegos from Memphis (AAA).

Gallegos, 27, was acquired by the Cardinals on July 29, along with lefty reliever Chasen Shreve, from the New York Yankees, and was a key fixture in the Memphis bullpen as they won their second consecutive Pacific Coast League title and the Triple-A National Championship Game.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have recalled right-handed reliever Giovanny Gallegos from Memphis (AAA).

Gallegos, 27, was acquired by the Cardinals on July 29, along with lefty reliever Chasen Shreve, from the New York Yankees, and was a key fixture in the Memphis bullpen as they won their second consecutive Pacific Coast League title and the Triple-A National Championship Game.

The 6-2, 210-pound Gallegos, a native of Ciudad Obregón, Mexico, has appeared in 20 career games in the majors, including four this season, going 0-1 with a 4.75 ERA while striking out 32 in 30.1 innings pitched. In his four appearances for the Yankees this season, Gallegos fanned 10 in 10.0 innings pitched.

Gallegos was 0-0, 0.54 ERA in 13 games for Memphis during the regular season and combined to go 2-1, 2.64 ERA in 30 games in the minors this year between Memphis (AAA) and Scranton Wilkes-Barre (AAA).

During Memphis' postseason title run this month, Gallegos was a combined 2-0, 2.57 ERA in five games, earning the save in the PCL title-clinching win over Fresno. Gallegos delivered the game-winning hit with a two-out walk-off RBI single against Oklahoma City on Sept. 8 to help advance Memphis to the PCL Championship Series. 

Gallegos has been assigned uniform no. 65 and his addition brings the Cardinals active roster to 35 players.

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Cardinals to auction St. Louis Blues-themed batting practice jerseys

Proceeds from BP jerseys, worn by Cardinals players, to benefit Cardinals Care

Cardinals Care, the charitable foundation of the St. Louis Cardinals, announced the start of a week-long online auction of commemorative St. Louis Blues-themed batting practice jerseys.

The online auction, which begins today and continues through Friday, September 28th, at 8:59 p.m. CT, features 26 autographed jerseys worn by the Cardinals prior to the club's Blues Theme Night on September 29, 2017 at Busch Stadium as well as the 50 jerseys worn tonight.   

Cardinals Care, the charitable foundation of the St. Louis Cardinals, announced the start of a week-long online auction of commemorative St. Louis Blues-themed batting practice jerseys.

The online auction, which begins today and continues through Friday, September 28th, at 8:59 p.m. CT, features 26 autographed jerseys worn by the Cardinals prior to the club's Blues Theme Night on September 29, 2017 at Busch Stadium as well as the 50 jerseys worn tonight.   

Proceeds from the jersey auction will benefit Cardinals Care in their mission to help kids throughout the St. Louis community. Last year's auction raised over $17,000 for Cardinals Care. Those wishing to bid on the rare jerseys can do so by visiting cardinals.com/community.

Available 2017 St. Louis Blues-Themed Autographed Batting Practice Jerseys
Harrison Bader    
Dexter Fowler    
Jose Martinez    
Michael Wacha
Matt Bowman    
John Gant    
Alex Mejia    
Adam Wainwright
John Brebbia    
Greg Garcia    
Yadier Molina    
Pop Warner
Matt Carpenter    
Jedd Gyorko    
Jamie Pogue    
Luke Weaver
Brett Cecil    
Carson Kelly    
Alex Reyes    
Kolten Wong
Paul Dejong    
Ollie Marmol    
Mike Shildt    
Jack Flaherty    
Carlos Martinez  
Kleininger Teran     
 

Available 2018 St. Louis Blues-Themed Batting Practice Jerseys
Matt Adams    
Dexter Fowler    
Carson Kelly    
Yairo Munoz    
Mike Shildt
Harrison Bader    
John Gant    
Dominic Leone    
Bud Norris    
Chasen Shreve
Matt Bowman  
Adolis Garcia    
Mike Maddux    
Tyler O'Neill    
Kleininger Teran
John Brebbia    
Greg Garcia    
Ollie Marmol    
Jose Oquendo    
Michael Wacha
Mark Budaska    
Austin Gomber    
Carlos Martinez  
Marcell Ozuna    
Adam Wainwright
Matt Carpenter    
George Greer  
Jose Martinez    
Francisco Pena    
Pop Warner
Brett Cecil    
Luke Gregerson    
Mike Mayers    
Jamie Pogue    
Luke Weaver
Paul Dejong    
Jedd Gyorko    
Willie McGee    
Daniel Poncedeleon    
Tyler Webb
Bryan Eversgerd    
Jordan Hicks    
Miles Mikolas    
Alex Reyes    
Patrick Wisdom
Jack Flaherty    
Dakota Hudson    
Yadier Molina    
Tyson Ross    
Kolten Wong

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Homestand highlights for Sept. 21-26

St. Louis Blues Theme Night & Fan Appreciation Weekend highlight final homestand of 2018

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 20, 2018 - The Cardinals are back at Busch after taking two of three games in Atlanta. The six-game homestand kicks off with a three-game weekend series against the San Francisco Giants (September 21-23) and concludes with three games versus the Milwaukee Brewers (September 24-26). The thirteenth and final homestand of the season is highlighted by Fan Appreciation Weekend and Ryan Ludwick's Bud Bash event. 

Friday, September 21, 2018 - Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants (7:15 p.m.)
MLB Network Showcase National Broadcast (out-of-market only)
Fan Appreciation Weekend
Gates open at 5:15 p.m.

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 20, 2018 - The Cardinals are back at Busch after taking two of three games in Atlanta. The six-game homestand kicks off with a three-game weekend series against the San Francisco Giants (September 21-23) and concludes with three games versus the Milwaukee Brewers (September 24-26). The thirteenth and final homestand of the season is highlighted by Fan Appreciation Weekend and Ryan Ludwick's Bud Bash event. 

Friday, September 21, 2018 - Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants (7:15 p.m.)
MLB Network Showcase National Broadcast (out-of-market only)
Fan Appreciation Weekend
Gates open at 5:15 p.m.

Hockey Sweater Giveaway: 30,000 fans ages 16 and older, will take home a one-of-a-kind Cardinals hockey sweater, courtesy of FOX Sports Midwest. #CardsPromo

St. Louis Blues Theme Night: Celebrate #TeamSTL and kick off the St. Louis Blues 2018-19 season at Busch Stadium. With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, fans will receive an exclusive Fredbird and Louie dual bobblehead. Come early for a pregame pep rally and a concert by The Funky Butt Brass Band! Theme Tickets are currently sold out.  #CardsTheme

Summer Grant Ceremony: In an afternoon ceremony, Cardinals Care will distribute more than $178,000 to 85 area nonprofit groups that support local kids. A Cardinals player, executives and Fredbird will all take part in the afternoon event. #CardsCare

Cardinals en Español: Tonight's game will be broadcast over the radio in Spanish by Polo Ascencio and Bengie Molina. The Spanish broadcast will air locally on WIJR 880 AM and be streamed via cardinals.com & the MLB.com At Bat mobile app.  #STLCardenales or #SomosSTL

Artifact Spotlight: Before every Friday home game, the Cardinals Museum highlights artifacts in the collection not currently on display during a pregame presentation inside the Museum at 3:00 & 3:30. Today's featured item relates to the club joining the National League in 1892. To purchase museum tickets, visit cardinals.com/museum.  #CardsMuseum

Flashback Friday: Before every Friday home game at 4:00 p.m., the Cardinals Museum will host a presentation about Cardinals history or a museum-related topic from one of the Museum's staff members, a former player or a visiting author. Today's presentation will be led by former Cardinals pitcher Bob Tewksbury.  To purchase museum tickets, visitcardinals.com/museum.  #CardsMuseum

Boots at Busch Finals: 93.7 The Bull and the Cardinals present the Boots at Busch country concert series. Tonight's final battle features Jordan McCants, Shotgun CreekMiss E & The Rebels and Jessica Tipton. Gate 6 will open at 4:25 p.m. for the event. Performances begin at 4:45 p.m. in Ford Plaza. Specially-priced Boots at Busch tickets are currently sold out.

Cardinals Care 50/50 Raffle: One lucky fan will receive 50% of the gross proceeds from tonight's raffle ticket donations. The other half will benefit Cardinals Care. For more info and past winning raffle numbers, visit cardinals.com/5050.  #CardsCare5050

Cardinals Care Stadium Auction: Auction tables will be located inside the Cardinals Club, UMB Champions Club and Redbird Club for fans and collectors to obtain specialty Cardinals items while helping support the programs that Cardinals Care provides to youth in the community.  #CardsCare

MLBPAA Auction: The MLB Players Alumni Association will conduct a silent auction by Gates 1 and 3 through the fifth inning. All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the MLBPAA.

Saturday, September 22, 2018 - Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants (12:05 p.m.)
FOX Saturday Baseball National Broadcast
Fan Appreciation Weekend
Gates open at 10:05 a.m.

Sweatshirt Giveaway: 30,000 fans ages 16 and older, will receive a Cardinals sweatshirt, presented by Modern Agriculture supported by Bayer.  #CardsPromo

Saturday Signings at the Museum: Former Cardinals pitcher Bob Tewksbury will sign autographs at the Cardinals Museum from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Visit cardinals.com/museum for more information.  #CardsMuseum

Congressional Award Statewide Ceremony: Bill DeWitt III and the Cardinals will host Congressional Award medalists from the state of Missouri in a postgame ceremony in Cunningham Corner.

Cardinals en Español: Today's game will be broadcast over the radio in Spanish by Polo Ascencio and Bengie Molina. The Spanish broadcast will air locally on WIJR 880 AM and be streamed via cardinals.com & the MLB.com At Bat mobile app. #STLCardenales or #SomosSTL

Cardinals Care 50/50 Raffle: One lucky fan will receive 50% of the gross proceeds from today's raffle ticket donations. The other half will benefit Cardinals Care. For more info and past winning raffle numbers, visit cardinals.com/5050.  #CardsCare5050

MLBPAA Auction: The MLB Players Alumni Association will conduct a silent auction by Gate 1, Gate 3 and inside the Cardinals Club through the fifth inning. All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the MLBPAA.

Sunday, September 23, 2018 - Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants (1:15 p.m.)
MLB Network Showcase National Broadcast (out-of-market only)
Fan Appreciation Weekend
Gates open at 11:15 a.m.

Adult Winter Hat Giveaway: 30,000 fans ages 16 and older, will take home their very own Cardinals winter hat with flaps, presented by Cooper Tires. #CardsPromo

Magnet Schedule Giveaway: All fans entering with a ticket will receive a 2019 Cardinals magnet schedule, courtesy of Shelter Insurance. #CardsPromo

Six Flags Day: Children under 48 inches will receive a free ticket to Six Flags, valid any one day, excluding Saturdays, until October 28. #CardsPromo

Prairie Farms Kids Run the Bases: Following the game, fans ages 15 and under are invited to run the bases of Busch Stadium (weather permitting). Presented by Prairie Farms.

Prairie Farms Ice Cream Sunday: Starting two hours prior to the game, bring the entire family to Ford Plaza for games, prizes and free North Star frozen treats (while supplies last).

Reliving History: Join us for Reliving History with Miles Mikolas at the Cardinals Museum after the game at 6:00 p.m. Guests of this special event will enjoy a photo opportunity with the 2018 All-Star and a presentation featuring Mikolas and Cardinals executives discussing his career and how the Cardinals scouted Mikolas in Japan. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit cardinals.com/museum.

Cardinals en Español: Today's game will be broadcast over the radio in Spanish by Polo Ascencio and Bengie Molina. The Spanish broadcast will air locally on WIJR 880 AM and be streamed via cardinals.com & the MLB.com At Bat mobile app.  #STLCardenales or #SomosSTL

Cardinals Care 50/50 Raffle: One lucky fan will receive 50% of the gross proceeds from today's raffle ticket donations. The other half will benefit Cardinals Care. For more info and past winning raffle numbers, visit cardinals.com/5050.  #CardsCare5050

MLBPAA Auction: The MLB Players Alumni Association will conduct a silent auction by Gate 1, Gate 3 and inside the Cardinals Club through the fifth inning. All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the MLBPAA.

Monday, September 24, 2018 - Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers (7:15 p.m.)
Gates open at 5:45 p.m.

College Theme Night #3: Take a break from the books and celebrate the start of the school year with College Night presented by WGU Missouri. For just $20, fans will receive a ticket to the game and an exclusive Cardinals quarter zip sweatshirt.  To purchase tickets, visit cardinals.com/college. #CardsTheme

Groom's Cake Dive: Witness the fun as 12 grooms-to-be dive headfirst into a multi-tiered wedding cake filled with special wedding-themed prizes. The 5th annual Groom's Cake Dive presented by St. Louis Best Bridal will take place at approximately 6:30 p.m. in Budweiser Terrace.

Dream Weavers: Luke Weaver will host a group from Do The Right Thing for tonight's game as part of his Dream Weavers player ticket program.

MLBPAA Auction: The MLB Players Alumni Association will conduct a silent auction by Gates 1 and 3 through the fifth inning. All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the MLBPAA.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers (7:15 p.m.)
Gates open at 5:45 p.m.

Ryan Ludwick Budweiser Bash Theme Event: Fans who purchase a special Bud Bash Theme Ticket will receive a limited-edition Ryan Ludwick bobblehead as we celebrate Cardinal fan favorites. VIP ticket-holders will also have access to a pregame autograph session with Ryan in the Budweiser Terrace. To purchase tickets, visit cardinals.com/budbash.  #BudBash

Battle at Busch Finals: 105.7 The Point and the Cardinals present the Battle at Busch concert series. Tonight's final battle features Postal Modern, HOOkiEJoe Miller and Guerrilla Theory. Gate 6 will open at 4:50 p.m. for the event. Performances begin at 5:15 p.m. in Budweiser Terrace. Tickets are available for $5 to each Battle at Busch game at cardinals.com/battleatbusch. 

High School Video Challenge Winners: The club will recognize students from Clayton High School during a pregame ceremony in recognition for their winning entry in the team's High School Student Video Challenge. The students collaborated to write, develop and produce a short video featuring Ozzie Smith and Fredbird promoting the Cardinals and their high school. Fans can watch the students' entry and the final feature video at cardinals.com/student. 

Tsunami Waves: Carlos Martínez will host a group from St. Cecilia School for tonight's game as part of his Tsunami Waves player ticket program.

Cardinals Care Stadium Auction: Auction tables will be located at Gates 1 and 3, inside the Cardinals Club, UMB Champions Club and Redbird Club for fans and collectors to obtain specialty Cardinals items while helping support the programs that Cardinals Care provides to youth in the community.  #CardsCare

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers (6:15 p.m.)
Gates open at 4:45 p.m.

Magnet Schedule Giveaway: All fans entering with a ticket will receive a 2019 Cardinals magnet schedule, courtesy of Shelter Insurance. #CardsPromo

Ticket Voucher Giveaway: All fans entering with a ticket will receive a voucher good for a free ticket to a 2019 Cardinals regular season home game.  #CardsPromo

Memphis Redbirds Theme Night: Celebrate the Memphis Redbirds 2017 PCL Championship at Busch Stadium! With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, fans will take home a replica 2017 PCL Championship ring. To purchase tickets, visit cardinals.com/memphis.  #CardsTheme

Cardinals Music Contest Winners: The club will recognize KT Clark, Nite Owl, Beth Huonker and Nate Hershey during a pregame ceremony in recognition for their winning entry in the team's first ever music contest. The group collaborated to write, produce and perform the song "Cardinals Nation (Hearts are Pumpin')". Fans can listen to the song at cardinals.com/musiccontest. #CardsMusic

MLBPAA Auction: The MLB Players Alumni Association will conduct a silent auction by Gate 1, Gate 3 and inside the Cardinals Club through the fifth inning. All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the MLBPAA.

MORE INFORMATION

**Getting to the Game - Eastbound Interstate 64 11th Street Ramp Closed**

Fans heading downtown for Cardinals games on September 21-26 will need to avoid the eastbound I-64 ramp to 11th Street, as MoDOT crews have closed the ramp as part of on-going repair work. The ramp will be closed throughout the Cardinals homestand. Drivers can use the 14th Street ramp or the 6th Street ramp to get into the downtown area.

Blues-Themed Batting Practice Jersey Auctions

Online auctions for 26 autographed Blues-themed batting practice jerseys worn by Cardinal players prior to last year's Blues Theme Night on September 29, 2017 begins on Friday, September 21 and runs through September 28. The auction will also feature 50 non-autographed jerseys worn prior to the Blues Theme Night game this Friday. Proceeds from the online jersey auction will benefit Cardinals Care. Fans can bid at cardinals.com/community.

#CompleteGamer - Celebrating Bob Gibson in 2018

On April 15th, 59 years to the date of his first Major League start, the Cardinals launched the #CompleteGamer fan engagement campaign to honor Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson, who played his entire 17-year career with the Cardinals and ended his career with more complete games (255) than his franchise leading number of wins (251).

As part of the campaign, fans are asked to share examples of people that they know who are a #CompleteGamer in their own respective field or vocation. Each week, the team will highlight at least one fan #CompleteGamer and they will receive a special Gibson autographed item from the team. Fans can nominate someone through an online submission form at cardinals.com/Gibson.

2018 Yearbook Celebrates Golden Anniversary of Gibson and the Year of the Pitcher

Bob Gibson stood taller than ever in 1968, delivering a masterful mix of shutouts, streaks and strikeouts while his 1.12 ERA raised the bar (and helped lower the mound) for every pitcher who's followed. It was a season for the ages, and on the 50th anniversary of the Hall of Famer's pitching tour-de-force, the 2018 Cardinals Yearbook salutes the man and the season that re-wrote the record books. 

This gorgeous and colorful keepsake features an in-depth Q&A presenting Gibby's personal insight into '68, a game-by-game breakdown of his 34 regular-season and three World Series starts, exclusive recollections of Hall-of-Fame opponents like Hank Aaron, Al Kaline and Billy Williams, and a wide-ranging package of features documenting all of the stories that defined the Year of the Pitcher. Adorned with signature studio and action pictures of the 2018 Cardinals, this yearbook is a complete-game experience for Redbird fans of all ages!

Now on sale at Busch Stadium, fans can purchase this keepsake inside each stadium gate, team store locations, merchandise stands throughout the concourses and Cardinals Authentics shops inside Ballpark Village and Ford Plaza. Also available at major St. Louis area retailers, cardinals.com/yearbook and 314-345-9000.

Cardinals Magazine - Carpenter, Shildt and Club's 2018 HOF Class Highlight Issue 4

Between mashing homers and stirring up his now famous salsa, Matt Carpenter is one of baseball's biggest stories and, in an exclusive interview in the new issue of Cardinals Magazine, the NL MVP candidate chronicles his rise that's helped ignite his team's second-half surge and the saucy sensation of #ItsGottaBeTheSalsa!

You'll also love the Q&A with interim manager Mike Shildt, the tribute to No. 2 Red Schoendienst from his family and former players Ted Simmons and Mike Shannon, the celebration of the Cardinals 2018 Hall of Fame Class of Ray Lankford, Vince Coleman and Harry Brecheen and the 20th anniversary celebration of Mark McGwire's march to 70 home runs through the eyes of the slugger, who offer commentary on photographs from the 1998 campaign.

Purchase your copy at Busch Stadium inside each stadium gate, team store locations, merchandise stands throughout the concourse and Cardinals Authentics shops inside Ballpark Village and Ford Plaza. Also available by subscription at cardinals.com/publications or call 314-345-9000.

Updated Prohibited Items Policy

Fans may now bring empty cups, empty mugs, empty plastic bottles and ice packs into Busch Stadium. Fans can visit cardinals.com/security for the complete inspection policy & prohibited items list.

Busch Stadium Re-Entry

Exit stamps will be available for guests who need to exit the stadium but plan to return. The stamps will be located at Gate 1 (southeast corner of stadium) and Gate 4 (northwest corner of stadium).

Smoking Gate Relocation

Busch Stadium has moved the Smoking Gate to outside of Gate 1 (southeast corner of stadium). This new space includes a covered area for guest and free access in/out of the area.

Fan Information Guide

The Busch Stadium Fan Information Guide can be viewed at cardinals.com/info.

Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum

The Cardinals are proud to continue to offer the Individual ($50) and Family ($85) Museum Membership options for fans in 2018. Visit cardinals.com/membership for a detailed list of membership benefits. #CardsMuseum

This year's new special exhibit entitled "Goodwill through Baseball: Cardinals Across the Pacific" examines how the Cardinals MLB's baseball goodwill tours across the Pacific have helped pave the way for players to join leagues in the United States and Japan. Additionally, the official World Baseball Classic trophy will be on display as part of the exhibit through Memorial Day. Photo opportunities will be available on Saturday home games in April and May.  The special exhibit is open to the public through the conclusion of the 2018 baseball season and is included with admission to the museum.

The Museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and remains open through the 7th inning on home game nights. Adult admission is $12, and tickets can be purchased at cardinals.com/museum.

Official Team Media Guide

The Cardinals official team media guide has long been relied upon by journalists and broadcasters who cover the team. Containing stats, photos and biographies of every player in the Cardinals organization, along with the definitive history of the club since its inception, the official team Media Guide is the most comprehensive book about the Cardinals. The 2018 Media Guide is available for $20 at the Official Cardinals Team Store, the Cardinals Authentics Shop or online at cardinals.com/mediaguide.

Official 2018 Team Scorecard

Purchase the scorecard individually-or with the latest edition of Cardinals Magazine for just $5-from Busch Stadium vendors inside the gates, team store locations and red merchandise carts. Scorecards are also available for purchase at cardinals.com/scorecard.

Cardinals Authentics

Cardinals Authentics specializes in official, game-used, limited edition and autographed memorabilia direct from the club. Fans can visit one of the two Cardinals Authentics locations inside Cardinals Nation or in the Ford Plaza. The Cardinals Nation location is open daily from 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. On game nights, the Ford Plaza shop will remain open 30 minutes after last pitch while the Cardinals Nation shop will remain open one hour after the final pitch.

Fans can pre-order game-used bases for any game in the 2018 season by calling 314.345.9851 or emailing gameused@cardinals.com. For more information, visit cardinals.com/authentics or follow them on Twitter @CardsAuthentics. #CardsAuthentics

Cardinals Insider with Ozzie Smith

Cardinals Insider is a Mid-America Emmy-nominated weekly news magazine television show hosted by Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith. Now in its third season, the club-produced, half-hour show is available within 18 television markets in nine states. It provides fans with behind-the-scenes, insider access to the Cardinals from team journalists. Cardinals Insider gives fans an all-access pass to everything Cardinals baseball featuring exclusive interviews, news updates, profiles and more. For more information and an updated programming schedule for the show, head to cardinals.com/insider.  #CardsInsider

Official Pre-Game Parties

Back again, Cardinals Nation will host the Official Pre-Game Party of the St. Louis Cardinals before every game. The ticketed pep-rally style party is located on the second floor of Cardinals Nation in the Hall of Fame Club, two and a half hours prior to every Cardinals home game during the 2018 season. This exclusive Cardinals Nation pre-game event includes a full buffet menu, all-inclusive bar and a DJ or live music all the way until first pitch. Only 200 tickets will be allotted for each game, which fans can purchase at cardinals.com/pregame for digital delivery.

Cardinals Nation Food Truck

Fans can follow the #CardsFoodTruck on Twitter (@CardsFoodTruck) for weekly truck location announcements. To view the full menu, fans can visit cardinals.com/foodtruck. Booking opportunities are available by calling 314.345.9880 or emailing foodtruck@cardinals.com.

Hispanic Outreach

The St. Louis Cardinals have announced they will produce 39 Spanish language home radio broadcasts during the 2018 season as part of the club's continuing effort to better reach the team's rapidly growing Spanish-speaking fan base.

All of the Cardinals' Spanish broadcast information, video and social initiatives can be found at cardinals.com/SomosSTL. Join the conversation using #STLCardenales or #SomosSTL.

Social Media
Twitter (@Cardinals)
Facebook (facebook.com/cardinals)
Instagram (Cardinals)
Snapchat (cardinals)

For more info, and a list of verified player Twitter accounts, visit cardinals.com/social. Join the conversation using #STLCards.

Cardinals in the Community

Cardinals Care was established to give fans a way of teaming up with Cardinals players and the organization to help children in our community-both on and off the baseball field. Established in 1997, Cardinals Care has invested over $24 million to support St. Louis area children and built or renovated 23 youth ball fields in local under-resourced neighborhoods. Most recently, the Cardinals dedicated Dexter Fowler Field at Hess Park in Decatur, Ill. in 2017.

This season marks the 15th year of Cardinals Care's innovative Redbird Rookies program, a free baseball league for kids who otherwise might not have the opportunity to play. In addition to providing all the uniforms, gloves, bats, balls and other equipment needed for each team, Redbird Rookies also provides extensive off-field support in the areas of health, education, mentoring and the cultural arts for each of the nearly 2,500 kids who participate in the program each year. Fans can learn how to support Cardinals Care by visiting cardinals.com/community. #CardsCare

One Cardinal Way

The Cardinals and the Cordish Companies have opened a leasing center for One Cardinal Way, the 297-unit luxury apartment building being constructed at the northwest corner of Broadway and Clark Street, complete with a model unit. The leasing center, located at 601 Clark Street inside Ballpark Village, provides prospective residents an opportunity to view, touch and feel a fully built out kitchen, bath and living room. 

Tours are now available Tuesday-Friday between the hours of 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday from 1p.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment. Fans can visit OneCardinalWay.com for more information.

Ballpark Village

Ballpark Village is the premiere dining and entertainment destination in the region. Located in the heart of St. Louis' central business district adjacent to Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village provides guests with a wide range of entertainment, food and beverage, as well as a variety of events 365 days a year. Join us before and after every single home game for exciting entertainment, giveaways, games, and Todd Thomas!

No ticket, no problem! Ballpark Village offers an unprecedented watch party experience with over 1,200 square feet of TVs with direct stadium feed, as well as Budweiser Brew House Deck Parties post-game every Friday with DJ Todd Thomas and Official Cardinals Away Game Watch Parties with premium giveaways.

Fan-Friendly Values

Dynamic Deals of the Week: The Cardinals' dynamic pricing system allows them to offer outstanding ticket savings to fans throughout the season. Special values will be highlighted each Monday as part of the "Dynamic Deals of the Week" promotion. Fans can view the Dynamic Deals at cardinals.com/dynamicdeal.

KMOX 1120 First Pitch Tickets: At 9:00 a.m. on the day of each home game, the first 275 fans may purchase a voucher good for two tickets to that day's game for just $11.20. The voucher may be redeemed 10 minutes before the scheduled start of the game at Gate 1. Visit cardinals.com/firstpitch for full details.

Nathan's Famous Family Sundays: Enjoy Sunday games in select Pavilion and Terrace level seats at a special low price. Each ticket purchased also includes a free Coca-Cola and a Hunter hot dog. Tickets start at just $10 each! Visit cardinals.com/nathansfamous to purchase tickets or for more details.

Phillips 66 Discount Ticket Offer: Fill up with 8 gallons or more at participating Phillips 66 and receive a voucher for up to 50% off a pair of tickets to a Cardinals game. Visit cardinals.com/phillips66 for details.

Cardinals/Six Flags Double Play Combo: Each Double Play Combo includes a ticket to a 2018 Cardinals game and one admission to Six Flags for just $55. Visit cardinals.com/sixflagsto purchase tickets or for more details.

Fans can see all of the 2018 Fan Values at cardinals.com/fanvalues.

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Miles Mikolas headlines Reliving History event at Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum

Exclusive ticketed event scheduled for September 23rd after game vs. Giants

The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum will host an exclusive Reliving History event with All-Star pitcher, Miles Mikolas on Sunday, September 23, from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at the museum in Ballpark Village. As part of the event, Miles will discuss his baseball career, and his connection to our award-winning exhibit Goodwill Through Baseball: Cardinals Across the Pacific during a 45-minute Q&A session with KMOX Sports Director, Tom Ackerman. Matt Slater, Special Assistant to the GM, Player Procurement will also join the discussion to provide insight into how the Cardinals scouted Mikolas and brought him to St. Louis. 

In addition to the program, fans that purchase a ticket will enjoy a photo opportunity with Mikolas, light appetizers, and a complimentary drink. This is the third Reliving History at the Cardinals Museum event. 

The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum will host an exclusive Reliving History event with All-Star pitcher, Miles Mikolas on Sunday, September 23, from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at the museum in Ballpark Village. As part of the event, Miles will discuss his baseball career, and his connection to our award-winning exhibit Goodwill Through Baseball: Cardinals Across the Pacific during a 45-minute Q&A session with KMOX Sports Director, Tom Ackerman. Matt Slater, Special Assistant to the GM, Player Procurement will also join the discussion to provide insight into how the Cardinals scouted Mikolas and brought him to St. Louis. 

In addition to the program, fans that purchase a ticket will enjoy a photo opportunity with Mikolas, light appetizers, and a complimentary drink. This is the third Reliving History at the Cardinals Museum event. 

Mikolas signed as a free agent with the Cardinals on December 5, 2017. In his first season with St. Louis, Miles ranks among NL leaders in wins (15, T4th), winning percentage (.789, 2nd) and ERA (2.99, 6th). He was selected by Major League Baseball to represent the Cardinals on the 2018 National League All-Star team, which he missed due to the birth of his twins on July 16th.  

Tickets for this event are $40 or $30 for Museum Members, and can be purchased at cardinals.com/museum.

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Cardinals announce postseason ticket details for Wild Card & Division Series

Tickets for potential NL Wild Card Game & NLDS home games on sale Thursday at noon CT

As postseason play approaches, tickets for potential Cardinals Wild Card and Division Series games will go on sale Thursday, September 20, at noon CT. 

Based on the final standings, the Cardinals could host the National League Wild Card game on Tuesday, October 2, and/or up to three National League Division Series (NLDS) games from October 4-10. 

As postseason play approaches, tickets for potential Cardinals Wild Card and Division Series games will go on sale Thursday, September 20, at noon CT. 

Based on the final standings, the Cardinals could host the National League Wild Card game on Tuesday, October 2, and/or up to three National League Division Series (NLDS) games from October 4-10. 

Tickets for the potential NL Wild Card and NLDS games will be available at cardinals.com, via phone at 314.345.9000 and at the Busch Stadium Box Office on 8th Street. 

In advance of the public sale, fans can also receive ticket access for all 2018 Cardinals Postseason games by placing a deposit on new 2019 season tickets.

Ticketing details for possible Tiebreaker, National League Championship Series and World Series games will be announced at a later date.
For a full calendar of the 2018 MLB Postseason schedule, visit mlb.com/postseason.
 

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Cardinals and Phillips 66 announce $6.60 ticket offer

Discounted tickets available for three-game series vs. Brewers

The St. Louis Cardinals and Phillips 66 are partnering to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $6.60 to watch the Cardinals take on the Milwaukee Brewers on September 24-26.

These specially-priced $6.60 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit cardinals.com/p66.
 

The St. Louis Cardinals and Phillips 66 are partnering to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $6.60 to watch the Cardinals take on the Milwaukee Brewers on September 24-26.

These specially-priced $6.60 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit cardinals.com/p66.
 

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Cardinals activate Wainwright from DL; Wacha moved to 60-day DL

ST. LOUIS, MO -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated right-handed pitcher Adam Wainwright (right elbow inflammation) from the 60-day disabled list and he will draw the start in tonight's series opener with Pittsburgh, his first start for St. Louis since May 13. The team also announced that right-handed pitcher Michael Wacha (left oblique strain) has been moved from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.

Wainwright, 37, who was unscored upon in six injury rehabilitation appearances (17.0 IP), owns a career-mark of 147-84 with a 3.30 ERA, including a 1-3 record and 4.00 ERA in four starts this season. Wainwright fanned seven in 5.0 shutout innings for Memphis (AAA) in his final rehab start on Sept. 1 at Nashville, throwing 90 pitches.

ST. LOUIS, MO -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated right-handed pitcher Adam Wainwright (right elbow inflammation) from the 60-day disabled list and he will draw the start in tonight's series opener with Pittsburgh, his first start for St. Louis since May 13. The team also announced that right-handed pitcher Michael Wacha (left oblique strain) has been moved from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.

Wainwright, 37, who was unscored upon in six injury rehabilitation appearances (17.0 IP), owns a career-mark of 147-84 with a 3.30 ERA, including a 1-3 record and 4.00 ERA in four starts this season. Wainwright fanned seven in 5.0 shutout innings for Memphis (AAA) in his final rehab start on Sept. 1 at Nashville, throwing 90 pitches.

In his 14th season, all with the Cardinals, Wainwright enters tonight's start ranked 5th all-time among Cardinals in wins (147) and 2nd in strikeouts (1,598).

Wainwright missed a total of 105 games while on the disabled list. Wacha has missed 71 games since making his last appearance with St. Louis on June 20.

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