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The St. Louis Cardinals are one of the top teams in Major League Baseball. They are second to only the Yankees in World Series Championships, having won 11. They currently hold the World Series title after defeating the Rangers in 2011. In the late 1800's and the early 1900's, the Cardinals were very successful and won a World Series championship. During the early 1950s, the Cardinals had their most precious player, Stan Musial, who won multiple MVP awards and was considered the best player for his consistency. They also had many top performing players like Mark McGwire, who broke the single season home run record. One of the most famous names, Albert Pujols, was signed in the early 2000s. With his exceptional performance, the Cardinals won the World Series in 2004, 2006 and 2011. The Cardinals won Baseball America's Best Organization of the Year Award in 2011, the first time they ever won the award.

The Busch stadium of the St. Louis Cardinals is considered to be one of the best stadiums in the country. It can hold approximately 50,000 people and also has a hall of fame which recognizes all the players that have left their mark on the team. Millions attend the seasonal games that occur in Busch Stadium every year. The Cardinals started playing in Busch Stadium from 2006. The Cardinals' original stadium was Sportsman Park. Cardinal tickets can be obtained from various places. Their official website offers Cardinal tickets and has a variety of options such as party suites, lounges, group tickets, etc. A guided tour can also be purchased for fans who wish to see Busch Stadium. There are various external websites which offer Cardinal tickets at the same or lower price. Generally, the timeline to purchase Cardinal tickets must be determined based on the game.

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4-14-14: The St. Louis Cardinals have been cooking lately, as they’ve won their last two games and are winners of six of their last 10. In this past week specifically, the Cards took a 2-1 series win over the Cincinnati Reds and then split a big four game series with the Chicago Cubs, 2-2. Things are looking up for the 7-5 Cardinals, thanks to dominant pitching from Adam Wainwright and Michael Wacha. Both pitchers have already earned two wins, while Wainwright has 24 strikeouts on the season.

4-7-14: The St. Louis Cardinals have had an up and down start to the 2014 MLB season, winning a brutal opening day pitching duel over the Cincinnati Reds, 1-0 and then staggering to a 3-3 start. Their first week included a narrow 7-6 shootout win over the Reds, as well as a 12-2 clobbering delivered by the hands of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Jhonny Peraltra leads the bats in the early going for the Cards, knocking out two homers and RBIs through the first week. Adam Wainwright has been a stud on the pitching mound through week one, striking out 16 and earning a win with just a 1.29 ERA.

4-1-14: The St. Louis Cardinals got one solo home run shot from Yadier Molina on offense, but luckily that’s all they’d need as they buckled down on defense and shutout the Cincinnati Reds, 1-0 on opening day. Adam Wainwright lasted for seven scoreless innings before calling it a day, earning his 100th career victory as he allowed just three hits and struck out nine batters. It was a day for defense in Cincinnati, as both teams combined for just eight hits and 21 strikeouts.

3-27-14: The St. Louis Cardinals have named Joe Kelly their fifth starter heading into the 2014 season after a strong spring training and a fierce fifth starter competition in camp. The Cardinals also signed David Aardsma to a minor league deal after he failed to make the Cleveland Indians squad out of spring training. The Cardinals are also making moves towards finalizing their 25 and 40 man roster by outrighting Angel Castro off the 40 man roster and by adding Pat Neshek who will make a cool $1 million this season with the club. The reigning National League champion and NL Central division champions did little to rebuild and re-tool this season and look to ride the backs of young power pitching in Shelby Miller, Trevor Rosenthal, Adam Wainwright, and Michael Wacha back to the promised land once again in 2014. The Cardinals have made shortstop Pete Kozma available in trades but nothing has come of the rumors yet but if St. Louis is doing it then they must be right, they usually know something that the rest of the league doesn't when it comes to roster and personnel.

3-20-14: The St. Louis Cardinals basically stole Cuban shortstop Aledmys Diaz on a four year deal worth a mere $8 million to backup in the Cardinal infield. St. Louis is under .500 this spring in the Grapefruit League but are 5-5 in their last 10 games behind strong starts from Carlos Martinez and Michael Wacha. Big time Cardinals prospect Oscar Tavares has been sent down to minor league camp so he will not be with the team on Opening Day but Adam Wainwright will as he has been named the team's Opening Day starter. Tavares expected to compete for a roster spot this season but last year's ankle surgery has been slower to heal than expected and has even caused further injuries to his hamstring so the 22 year old will start the season in the minor leagues. He will be back, he is the future of the Cardinals in center field and will be around for a long, long time.

3-13-14: The St. Louis Cardinals are the reigning National League champions and have not stood pat this offseason or spring training. The Cardinals brought in Jhonny Peralta on a big four year deal worth $52 million to be the everyday shortstop and then extended second basemen Matt Carpenter, who will be moving to third base, to a six year deal worth $52 million. The Cardinals did not stop there when they signed Cuban defector shortstop Aledmys Diaz, although he is still in Mexico working out visa issues before being in spring training games. The Cardinals are having a terrible go of it in the Grapefruit League this season with one of the worst records in the league but we all know the Cardinals will be there when it matters and when it counts. Michael Wacha's development is worth the price of admission so buy a ticket.

3-5-14: The St. Louis Cardinals announced that Peter Bourjos is out indefinitely due to tightness in his leg. He has yet to appear in a spring training game up to this point. It was also reported that the Cardinals are targeting April for a possible return for relief pitcher Jason Motte. Earlier in February that are in picture take Westbrook announced his retirement from the game of baseball he played the final four years of his career in a St. Louis uniform.

2-25-14: St. Louis Cardinals single game tickets go on sale this Friday, February 28 starting at 10 a.m. Central Time. Cardinals fans who wish to purchase Cardinals tickets to three or more games will get early access to take part in a special online-only "multi-game" on-sale. That sale will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. Central time. This year, the Cardinals will be using dynamic pricing for their tickets which allows the team to more accurately price St. Louis Cardinals tickets for individual games and provide more value.

1-24-14: Last year the St. Louis Cardinals were able to win the National League Championship Series over the Los Angeles Dodgers before finally succumbing to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series. The Cards lost Outfielder Carlos Beltran to free agency but have one of the best farm systems in all of the Major Leagues and will rely on that depth to replace Beltrans production, something they have done quite a few times as they did the same with NLCS MVP Michael Wacha.

1-7-14: The St. Louis Cardinals got themselves a new shortstop on the free-agent market the season and Johnny Peralta. Last season Peralta served a suspension for his PED violation in Detroit. The St. Louis Cardinals lost their starting right field to free agency as Carlos Beltran signed a 3-year deal with the Yankees. Mark Ellis did sign with the Cardinals, agreeing to a one-year deal worth just over $5 million dollar.

12-9-13: After losing to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series last year the St. Louis Cardinals have begun to dismantle a few of their veterans from the roster. Both Carlos Beltran and third baseman David Freese have both gone to other teams. Johnny Peralta is the Cardinals newly acquired shortstop. Peralta and the Cardinals agreed on a four-year deal with $53 million. John Axford, a member of the Cardinals bullpen is being highly coveted by the Cubs Orioles and Mariners this off-season. Axford appeared and 75 games last year and recorded 19 holds. The Cardinals won a major-league best 97 games last season including a small six-game winning streak to finish off the regular season. As long as yadier Molina is catching for the Cardinals expect them to be in the race in any circumstance.

10-29-13: The Cardinals were not able to leave St. Louis with an advantage in the World Series and now must win back to back games in Fenway Park to win a ring. St. Louis Fans can rest easy knowing that NLCS MVP Michael Wacha is taking the mound in Game 6 to stave off elimination for the Cardinals for at least one more game. This postseason Wacha has been amazing, winning all four of his starts and only allowing three runs total over those starts. The way this World Series has gone between a walk-off interference call and a walk-off pick-off there is no way its not going to a deciding winner take all Game 7.

10-28-13: After one of the most bizarre ways to end Game 3 World Series with the umpires ruling that 3B Will Middlebrooks interfered with the baserunner and awarded St. Louis the game winning run Game 4 was just as crazy of an ending. With the Cardinals down 4-2 they had a runner on first and their best hitter Carlos Beltran at the plate with a chance to tie, but Koji Uehara had other plans. Uehara picked off Kolten Wong to end the game, the first postseason game ever to be won on a pick off. Game 5 is slated to begin tonight between Adam Wainwright and Jon Lester in a game that could decide the World Series as the two teams head to Boston to close out the series and the one up 3-2 will have a clear advantage.

10-25-13: The Cardinals were able to redeem themselves in Game 2 of the World Series coming out of Fenway with a 4-2 victory to even the series at one game apiece. Michael Wacha has been nothing short of unbelievable this postseason going 4-0 in only his first season in the majors. Carlos Beltran has been waiting 16 years to get his first taste of the World Series and has not disappointed, battling through the pain of severely bruised ribs to play he was able to deliver two hits and the all important insurance run in the 7th to ice the game.

10-24-13: For the St. Louis Cardinals Game 1 of the World Series was very out of the ordinary for them as they committed three errors for only the second time all season as they lost 8-1 in Boston Wednesday night. The problems for St. Louis started in the 1st inning when they failed to turn a double play that would have ended the inning and led to the Red Sox scoring three runs in the bottom of the first and continued as they weren’t able to play the type of baseball that got them to this point. The Cards will send out NLCS MVP Michael Wacha to steal Game 2.

10-21-13: The St. Louis Cardinals blew out the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series to win the series 4-2 and advance to the World Series. The Cardinals were able to score seven runs off National League CY Young front runner Clayton Kershaw in just four innings. St. Louis rookie Michael Wacha pitched seven shutout innings, giving him 13.2 innings without allowing a run in the series. Five Cardinals had multiple hits in the series clinching game. St. Louis hope the offense and pitching can keep up that level of play when they play the Boston Red Sox in the World Series.

10-17-13: The Cardinals had hoped to close out the National League Championship Series last night but the Los Angeles Dodgers had other plans as they got on the scoreboard early and never looked back en route to a 6-4 victory as the series heads to St. Louis. Zack Greinke pitched a 7 inning gem surrendering only two runs in his outing as he was able to stave off elimination for at least one more game as Clayton Kershaw takes the mound in his attempt to do the same Friday night.

10-16-13: St. Louis took a commanding 3-1 lead in the NLCS with their 4-2 win on Tuesday night. The Cards scored three runs in the 3rd inning and never looked back. Matt Holliday had the big hit, a 2-run home run in the inning. Matt Carpenter added an RBI in the inning. In the 7th Shane Robinson gave the Cards some insurance with a solo homer. Ricky Nolasco started for the Dodgers but was not on his game. He lasted just 4 innings, allowing three runs on three hits while striking out four. The Cardinals look to punch their World Series tickets on Wednesday night in LA when Joe Kelly takes the hill against Zack Greinke.

10-14-13: After beating the Pittsburgh Pirates The St. Louis Cardinals are exactly where they want to be up 2 games to none in the NLCS as the make the trip out to LA for game 3 tonight. The Cardinals owe their two wins to their pitching staff who haven’t surrendered a run since the third inning of Game 1, 19 innings in total.The ace of St. Louis staff, Adam Wainwright will be looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the NLCS tonight as they inch closer to that National League Pennant. If they win game 3, Lance Lynn will be taking the hill trying to complete the sweep against the Dodgers in game 4.

10-8-13: After a masterful start from rookie Michael Wacha in Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series, the St. Louis Cardinals forced a Game 5 against the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday night at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals will put Adam Wainwright on the mound for Game 5, following his win in Game 1, throwing seven innings, allowing only one run and striking out nine.

10-1-13: St. Louis Cardinals have clinched the best record in baseball along with the Central division title. They wait the winner of the wildcard game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds. All Star catcher Yadier Molina had a great year batting .319 with12 homeruns and 80 RBIs. As a team the Cardinals ranked in the top five in run scored batting average and on-base percentage. The Cardinals finished the regular season on a six game winning streak sweeping both the nationals and the Chicago Cubs. Heading into the playoffs they have won eight of their last nine games.

8/21/13 - The St. Louis Cardinals remain strong in the hunt with a record of 72 – 53. They are only two games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates for the Central division lead. Currently along with the Cincinnati Reds the Cardinals are in the lead for the National League wildcard position. Last night the Cardinals fell to the Milwaukee Brewers by score of 6 to 3. Yadier Molina collected two more hits and is batting .336 on the year Including a two run homer in the fourth inning. After leaving Milwaukee the Cardinals will fly back home to face the red-hot Atlanta Braves and what should be a good series over the weekend.

8/6/13 - The St. Louis Cardinals are in second place and have scored a division best 551 runs this season. This week they will host the Los Angeles Dodgers in St. Louis.

7/31/13 - The Cardinals have sent left-handed reliever Marc Rzepczynski to the Cleveland Indians in exchange for a minor league infielder.

7/19/13 - The St. Louis Cardinals are in first place of the NL Central division with a record of 57-36. Last year they lost to the SF Giants in the NLCS and they seem poised to make another playoff push this season. The Cardinals are fending off the second place Pirates by one game for the division lead. After the conclusion of the all-star break the Cards will face the San Diego Padres. All-star Catcher Yadier Molina is tearing the cover off of the ball batting .341, tops on the team. The Cardinals have scored the 3rd most runs in baseball with 462.

7/7/13 - The St. Louis Cardinals will be sending five players to the All-Star game in Citi Field this year. Catcher Yadier Molina and outfielder Carlos Beltran were voted in by the fans and will start for the National League. This is the 5th ASG appearance for Molina and the 8th for Beltran. RHP Adam Wainwright, 2B Matt Carpenter, and 1B Allen Craig were all named reserves.

6/12/13 - The St. Louis Cardinals Have continued success since the departure of Albert Pujols and currently has the best record in baseball. Led by catcher Yadier Molina the Cardinals will take on the New York Mets this week In New York. Veteran right fielder Carlos Beltran Is batting .305 with 14 home runs and 42 RBIs. Last year the Cardinals reached the NLCS Before losing to the San Francisco Giants. The Cardinals lead the Cincinnati Reds by 3.5 games for the division lead.


Date Opponent Time
Mar. 31 at Cincinnati 4:00
Apr. 2 at Cincinnati 7:10
Apr. 3 at Cincinnati 12:35
Apr. 4 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Apr. 5 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Apr. 6 at Pittsburgh 1:35
Apr. 7 Cincinnati 4:15
Apr. 8 Cincinnati 8:15
Apr. 9 Cincinnati 1:45
Apr. 11 Chicago Cubs 8:15
Apr. 12 Chicago Cubs 2:15
Apr. 13 Chicago Cubs 2:15
Apr. 14 at Milwaukee 8:10
Apr. 15 at Milwaukee 8:10
Apr. 16 at Milwaukee 1:10
Apr. 17 at Washington 7:05
Apr. 18 at Washington 7:05
Apr. 19 at Washington 1:05
Apr. 20 at Washington 1:35
Apr. 21 at NY Mets 7:10
Apr. 22 at NY Mets 7:10
Apr. 23 at NY Mets 7:10
Apr. 24 at NY Mets 1:10
Apr. 25 Pittsburgh 8:15
Apr. 26 Pittsburgh 4:05
Apr. 27 Pittsburgh 2:15
Apr. 28 Milwaukee 8:15
Apr. 29 Milwaukee 8:15
Apr. 30 Milwaukee 1:45
May 2 at Chicago Cubs 2:20
May 3 at Chicago Cubs 1:05
May 4 at Chicago Cubs 8:00
May 5 at Atlanta 7:10
May 6 at Atlanta 7:10
May 7 at Atlanta 7:10
May 9 at Pittsburgh 7:05
May 10 at Pittsburgh 7:05
May 11 at Pittsburgh 8:00
May 12 Chicago Cubs 8:10
May 13 Chicago Cubs 8:15
May 14 Chicago Cubs 8:15
May 15 Chicago Cubs 1:45
Date Opponent Time
May 16 Atlanta 8:15
May 17 Atlanta 2:15
May 18 Atlanta 2:15
May 20 Arizona 8:15
May 21 Arizona 8:15
May 22 Arizona 7:15
May 23 at Cincinnati 7:10
May 24 at Cincinnati 7:15
May 25 at Cincinnati 8:00
May 26 NY Yankees 4:00
May 27 NY Yankees 8:15
May 28 NY Yankees 8:15
May 29 San Francisco 8:15
May 30 San Francisco 8:15
May 31 San Francisco 2:15
Jun. 1 San Francisco 2:15
Jun. 2 Kansas City 8:10
Jun. 3 Kansas City 7:15
Jun. 4 at Kansas City 8:10
Jun. 5 at Kansas City 8:10
Jun. 6 at Toronto 7:07
Jun. 7 at Toronto 1:07
Jun. 8 at Toronto 1:07
Jun. 10 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Jun. 11 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Jun. 13 Washington 8:15
Jun. 14 Washington 7:15
Jun. 15 Washington 2:15
Jun. 16 NY Mets 8:10
Jun. 17 NY Mets 8:15
Jun. 18 NY Mets 1:45
Jun. 19 Philadelphia 8:15
Jun. 20 Philadelphia 8:15
Jun. 21 Philadelphia 4:10
Jun. 22 Philadelphia 2:15
Jun. 23 at Colorado 8:40
Jun. 24 at Colorado 8:40
Jun. 25 at Colorado 3:10
Jun. 26 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Jun. 27 at LA Dodgers 10:10
Jun. 28 at LA Dodgers 7:15
Jun. 29 at LA Dodgers 12:00
Date Opponent Time
Jul. 1 at San Francisco 10:15
Jul. 2 at San Francisco 10:15
Jul. 3 at San Francisco 3:45
Jul. 4 Miami 7:15
Jul. 5 Miami 2:15
Jul. 6 Miami 2:15
Jul. 7 Pittsburgh 8:15
Jul. 8 Pittsburgh 8:15
Jul. 9 Pittsburgh 8:15
Jul. 10 Pittsburgh 7:15
Jul. 11 at Milwaukee 8:10
Jul. 12 at Milwaukee 4:10
Jul. 13 at Milwaukee 2:10
Jul. 18 LA Dodgers 8:15
Jul. 19 LA Dodgers 4:05
Jul. 20 LA Dodgers 8:00
Jul. 22 Tampa Bay 8:15
Jul. 23 Tampa Bay 7:15
Jul. 25 at Chicago Cubs 4:05
Jul. 26 at Chicago Cubs 4:05
Jul. 27 at Chicago Cubs 12:00
Jul. 29 at San Diego 10:10
Jul. 30 at San Diego 10:10
Jul. 31 at San Diego 3:40
Aug. 1 Milwaukee 8:15
Aug. 2 Milwaukee 7:15
Aug. 3 Milwaukee 2:15
Aug. 5 Boston 8:15
Aug. 6 Boston 8:15
Aug. 7 Boston 7:15
Aug. 8 at Baltimore 7:05
Aug. 9 at Baltimore 4:05
Aug. 10 at Baltimore 1:35
Aug. 11 at Miami 7:10
Aug. 12 at Miami 7:10
Aug. 13 at Miami 7:10
Aug. 14 San Diego 8:15
Aug. 15 San Diego 8:15
Aug. 16 San Diego 7:15
Aug. 17 San Diego 2:15
Aug. 18 Cincinnati 8:15
Date Opponent Time
Aug. 19 Cincinnati 8:15
Aug. 20 Cincinnati 7:15
Aug. 22 at Philadelphia 7:05
Aug. 23 at Philadelphia 7:05
Aug. 24 at Philadelphia 1:35
Aug. 25 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Aug. 26 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Aug. 27 at Pittsburgh 12:35
Aug. 29 Chicago Cubs 8:15
Aug. 30 Chicago Cubs 7:15
Aug. 31 Chicago Cubs 2:15
Sept. 1 Pittsburgh 2:15
Sept. 2 Pittsburgh 8:15
Sept. 3 Pittsburgh 1:45
Sept. 4 at Milwaukee 8:10
Sept. 5 at Milwaukee 8:10
Sept. 6 at Milwaukee 7:10
Sept. 7 at Milwaukee 2:10
Sept. 8 at Cincinnati 7:10
Sept. 9 at Cincinnati 7:10
Sept. 10 at Cincinnati 7:10
Sept. 11 at Cincinnati 12:35
Sept. 12 Colorado 8:15
Sept. 13 Colorado 7:15
Sept. 14 Colorado 2:15
Sept. 16 Milwaukee 8:15
Sept. 17 Milwaukee 8:15
Sept. 18 Milwaukee 8:15
Sept. 19 Cincinnati 8:15
Sept. 20 Cincinnati 7:15
Sept. 21 Cincinnati 2:15
Sept. 22 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Sept. 23 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Sept. 24 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Sept. 26 at Arizona 9:40
Sept. 27 at Arizona 8:10
Sept. 28 at Arizona 4:10