- $12 for one ticket to see the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates (an $18.80 value)
- When: Monday, September 1 (Labor Day), at 1:15 p.m.
- Where: Busch Stadium
- Gate time: 11:15 a.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- One infield-terrace seat
- One right-field or left-field pavilion seat
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The Scouting Report
The Cardinals’ domination of the National League continued in 2013, when they won their second pennant in three seasons and stomped opponents behind the league’s best offense. As the 2014 playoffs draw near, the Cards are hoping to give every one of the roughly 46,000 fans that attend their home games a raging case of déjà vu. It’s a strong possibility, thanks to a recent winning streak that brought them within 1.5 games of the division leaders. With the momentum of recent home wins powering their bats, the Cards might be looking at the Pirates as mere stepping stones towards lessening that 1.5-game gap and snatching another National League Central title. The home turf has proved kind to the Cardinals lately, so they’re passing it on to their youngest fans—following the game, kids 15 and under will have the opportunity to run the bases.
St. Louis Cardinals
With 11 World Series titles under their belts, the St. Louis Cardinals have thrilled hometown crowds with more than a century of on-field excellence. Opened in 2006, the current Busch Stadium greets each guest with stunning views of the Gateway Arch, treating them to foot-long hot dogs and mile-long bratwursts from the concession stands. Cards fans can also snap photos of the verdant natural-grass field and the view from one of the stadium’s 46,000 seats, or create their own Fredbird at a Build-a-Bear station.