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5/15/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals were only able to win one of the three games against the Pirates, but they are still ranked first in their division. They are back on track with an 8-3 win against the Indians. The Cardinals were the first to get on the board when Mark Reynolds hit an RBI single in the second inning. Although the Cardinals were ahead most of the game, the Indians had a strong seventh inning to close the gap. With a three-run homer by Matt Holliday in the eighth, the victory was secured for the Cardinals. Lance Lynn got the win, as well as going six scoreless innings. The Cardinals have two more games in Cleveland against the Indians, starting on May 13. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $5.
5/8/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have officially ended their eight-game winning streak, but it looks like they are not discouraged. After remaining undefeated against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cardinals blew the Chicago Cubs away in a 4-7 victory. Unfortunately, this win was followed up by a close 6-5 loss that came down to the final inning. The very next day, the Cardinals were able to beat the Cubs again 1-5. The Cardinals now hit the road, travelling first the Pittsburgh to take on the Pirates again, this time on their own field. Will the Cardinals be able to overcome the home field advantage and still remain undefeated? They will not return until May 15th, when they play the Detroit Tigers. Tickets for those games start as low as $7.
4/29/15 - With a 12-6 record, the St. Louis Cardinals sit on top of the leaderboard in the NL Central Division. The Cardinals lost pitcher Adam Wainright for the rest of the season as he’s out with a torn left Achilles. St. Louis is on a two-game losing streak, with losses against the Brewers (3-6) and the Phillies (4-1). They need the support of their fans as they host the Pittsburgh Pirates beginning on Friday (5/1). Tickets for the Friday evening game start at $7, and there’s still plenty of great seats available all over the ball park. On Monday, the Cardinals host the Chicago Cubs for a four-game series during the week. Get your tickets now and enjoy some great baseball after a long day at work.
4/24/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals had a five game winning streak going until the game against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday. In a game that went ten innings, the Cardinals tied the score in the ninth at one-all. The Nationals got a home run in the tenth for the win. The Cardinals have an 8-4 record, which puts them in first place in the NL Central Division. On Monday (4/27), the Philadelphia Phillies come to town for four games at Busch Stadium. Tickets start at $2 for any of the games during the week. With prices like that you can bring the whole family for an evening or afternoon of great entertainment and camaraderie in the ballpark. Come out and see why baseball is America’s game.
4/17/15 - After six games in the 2015 MLB Season, the St. Louis Cardinals have a 3-3 record. They took two of the games against the Reds over the weekend with a 4-1 final score on Saturday, then 7-5 on Sunday. The Cardinals home opener against the Brewers was a disappointing game for the fans, as the Brewers came out quick with a run in the first inning, then another in the second. The Cardinals tried to keep up with the Brewers, but lost 5-4. Friday (4/17) brings the Cincinnati Reds to St. Louis in the first of three games over the weekend. Get your tickets and come out to Busch Stadium to cheer the home team on. Relax with a game on Saturday afternoon or Sunday evening.
4/10/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals shutout the Chicago Cubs in Sunday’s game. The Cubs had five hits and two errors, but the Cardinals had 10 hits, with three runs. Adam Wainwright threw six innings and helped keep the Cubs off the home plate. On Wednesday, the Cubs shutout the Cardinals for a 0-2 win. Busch Stadium will be busy again on Monday (4/13) when the Cardinals come home for their 2015 opener against the Milwaukee Brewers. Get your tickets starting at $43 and cheer for the home team. The team gets a day off before two more games against the Brewers on Wednesday (4/15) and Thursday (4/16). Take advantage of your team playing in their home town and come down to the ballpark to watch some great baseball.
4/3/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals ended up in a draw in Thursday’s game against the Mets. Wednesday’s game went better for them, when Carlos Martinez pitched six scoreless innings to help the Cardinals beat the Mets 5-4. Shortstop Jhonny Peralta drove in two runs and Kolten Wong, Second Baseman, had two runs during the game. The Cardinals go out on the road as the regular MLB season opens. On Opening Day, they’ll be in Chicago facing the Cubs for a three-game series. On Friday, the Cardinals go south to Cincinnati for three-games against the Reds. St. Louis has its home opener on Monday (4/13) against the Milwaukee Brewers at Busch Stadium. Get your tickets now so you don’t miss out on your hometown favorite! Come out and cheer them on.
3/27/15 - After coming up short in last year’s National League Championship Series, the St. Louis Cardinals are ready to embark on another season in search of the Commissioner’s Trophy—one they’ve hoisted a dozen times, but not more recently than 2011. At present, the Cards rank just a half-game behind the Yankees and Blue Jays for tops in the Grapefruit League, as MLB teams finish their fine-tuning before the regular season begins on April 5th. St. Louis will take on the Nationals on Wednesday in a preview of two of the expected top teams in the NL this year, followed by Giancarlo Stanton and Miami on Thursday. Limited seats are still available for Cards vs. Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium, but don’t delay—with prices as low as $21, they’ll be gone before you know it!
3/18/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have a 7-5-1 record in the Grapefruit League. They’re on a two game winning streak, with their last win coming in against the Miami Marlins at 7-1. Cardinals’ shortstop Jhonny Peralta got his first homer in spring training and put up another run helping St. Louis take a strong victory. They have a Saturday (3/21) home game against the Atlanta Braves in their spring training stadium. Get your tickets starting at $43 and kick back to enjoy American’s game on your weekend. In the upcoming week, the Cardinals host home games on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday – Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins, and New York Mets respectively. Tickets are available for all of these afternoon games. Get your seats to catch all the action of your favorite team.
3/12/15 - In spite of a 3-0 loss to the Red Sox, pitcher Michael Wacha of the St. Louis Cardinals took the mound Monday evening and was able to retire all six batters he faced, including four swinging strikeouts. After taking a hiatus to recover from injuries that plagued him in the 2014 season, he stated to the media that his body is feeling good and that he is excited to see how the season turns out. Next up for the Cards is additional Grapefruit League spring training that includes a game against the Braves on Wednesday, the Orioles on Thursday and the Marlins on Friday this week. Tickets for the March 12 matchup at Roger Dean Stadium are still available in limited number and start at $70. Game time is scheduled for 1:05PM.
3/6/15 - As one of the most consistent teams in the MLB, the St. Louis Cardinals have played well throughout the years, and they hope the 2015 MLB season will bring another outstanding record and take them to the top with a World Series win. Their upcoming Grapefruit League home games include one on Sunday (3/8) against the Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. Tickets start at $52. On Monday, it’s the Boston Red Sox, with ticket prices $36 and up. Join them on Thursday (3/12) for a game against the Baltimore Orioles. What a great way to break up the monotony of your work week by bringing the office out to watch the teamwork of a winning team on the field. You can’t go wrong spending time watching your favorite team.
2/27/15 - With Spring Training 2015 nearly underway, pitcher Jaime Garcia is set to become one of several St. Louis Cardinals to watch this season. Garcia took the pitching mound last Friday at the team’s complex in Jupiter, FL to throw as part of a bullpen session for the Cardinals’ first official workout of the season. Although he has been riddled with injuries the last two seasons, Garcia is recovering well and reports that he is ready to be a starter this year. Other players to watch over the next six weeks include: Dean Anna, Tim Cooney, Aledmys Diaz, Sam Freeman, Ty Kelly, Mitch Harris, and Sam Tuivailala. The Cardinals will officially kick off Spring Training on Friday, March 6 when they play the Houston Astros at Roger Dean Stadium.
2/6/15 - There have been a few changes to the St. Louis Cardinals in preparation for the 2015 season. The most recent addition is a minor-league contract with Carolos Villanueva, who is seen as a quintessential swingman that will provide some insurance and flexibility for the bullpen and the rotation. As the team currently stands, there are only four sure bets as right handed relievers for the bullpen on opening day: Trevor Rosenthal, Jordan Walden, Seth Maness, and Matt Belisle. There are also 18 non-roster players who will join the team during Spring Training, including Stephen Piscotty, the top-ranked prospect. Spring Training for the Cardinals starts on Thursday, March 5 against the Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium in Florida. Tickets remain on sale with prices starting at $31.
10/15/14 - After blowing a 4-1 lead tonight in SF, the Cardinals are one loss away from the end of its postseason run. Still without Molina, the Cards will need a clutch pitching performance from Adam Wainwright tomorrow at AT&T Park. It'll be a tough task with Giants' ace Madison Bumgarner on the mound. If the Cards win Game 5, however, they'll return home to St. Louis for Game 6 on Saturday and a potential Game 7 on Sunday.
10/14/14 - St. Louis lost a tough 10-inning game at San Francisco this afternoon. Wong, Peralta and Grichuk combined for four RBI's, but Choate's error in the 10th lost the game. St. Louis now trails the Giants by one game in best-of-seven NLCS. Shelby Miller (10-9) duels the Giants' Ryan Vogelsong (8-13) in Game 4 on Wednesday night.
10/12/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals biggest hit tonight came from one of its smallest players, rookie Kolten Wong. Wong, who hit one of the Cards four home runs, delivered the game-winning shot in the bottom of the ninth. It's not known if Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will be available to play at AT&T Park after injuring himself late in Game 2. If the Cardinals win one of three in San Francisco, they'll return to Busch Stadium in St. Louis for Game 6 on Saturday, October 18th. NLCS Game 6 tickets start at $114.
10/10/14 – The Cardinals continue to develop talent in their farm system and then bring them up to the big leagues where the players have made huge contributions in the postseason. Check out the depth of this St. Louis squad tomorrow when the Cards take on the San Francisco Giants in the NLCS for the second time in three years. NLCS tickets at Busch Stadium start at $76 for the opener and have only dropped $2 in cost in the last 48 hours.
10/8/14 – The St. Louis Cardinals have advanced to their fourth straight NLCS! In a 2012 NLCS rematch, the Cards will face the SF Giants with home-field advantage. In a best of seven series, the Cardinals will play Games 1 (min. $78) and 2 (min. $62) at Busch Stadium in addition to Game 6 (min. $91) and 7 (min $108) in St. Louis if necessary. Cardinals NLCS ticket prices are the cheapest of the four teams remaining in the postseason.
10/3/14 – The Cardinals will play their NLDS opener today in Los Angeles. Last minute Game 1 tickets start at $18, the cheapest get-in of the four matchups. It’ll be the battle of the aces as Wainwright and Kershaw take the mound for their respective teams who each hope to jump out in front with a W.
10/2/14 – The St. Louis Cardinals return to postseason play Friday in Los Angeles. NLDS tickets at Dodger Stadium and Busch Stadium are cheap, with prices starting in the $30 range. St. Louis’ first home game in the series will be played Monday (get-in $31) with a potential Game 4 (get-in $29) on Tuesday.
9/30/14 – Cardinals playoff tickets are the cheapest in the league. Game 3 NLDS tickets against the Dodgers start at $31 and there are many low cost options in the Terrace Reserved and Pavilion sections at Busch Stadium. On the team front, Matt Carpenter has been nominated for the 2014 Hank Aaron Award.
9/29/14 – Thanks to a Pirates loss, the St. Louis Cardinals clinched the NL Central and will face the Dodgers in the NLDS. The series will open on Friday in Los Angeles; however, Cardinals division series tickets for Games 3 (get-in $32) and 4 (get-in $32) are already available. The two teams faced each other in the NLCS last year and the Cards came out on top, advancing to the World Series.
9/26/14 –The Cardinals secured their fourth consecutive postseason appearance when the Brewers lost to Pittsburgh. Now, St. Louis will look to lock up the NL Central. The Cards did best the Pirates in the teams’ head-to-head season series and will have the advantage heading into the final weekend of the regular season. If St. Louis can wrap up the division, they’ll face off against the Dodgers in the NLDS for a best of five series.
9/15/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals have given themselves a bit more breathing room, stretching their NL Central lead to 3.5 games ahead of the hungry Pittsburgh Pirates and Milwaukee Brewers. The Cards are up against an extremely crucial series that will kick off their final homestand of the regular season this week. Starting tomorrow St. Louis will host the Brewers, division opponents who are clamoring for the second and final NL Wild Card slot. The Cardinals may be on an eight-game win-streak at home, but they’re definitely not going to let up on their postseason pedal now. Lock-down St. Louis Cardinals tickets for their final few games at Busch Stadium before prices shoot up for playoffs! The get-in prices for Milwaukee at St. Louis tickets are a mere $4-5 this week (9/16-9/18).
9/9/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are atop the NL Central, having pulled away quite nicely with their series wins over the Pirates and Brewers last week. The Cards have a 4.5 game padding between themselves and closes challengers, Pittsburgh. St. Louis has the opportunity to widen the divisional gap with their four-game set at Cincinnati this week. Buy St. Louis Cardinals tickets now and see them move closer and closer to the postseason with wins over the Reds. Get into the Great American Ball Park for a mere $2 from 9/9/-9/11.
9/4/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are in sole possession of the NL Central, and are making sure they keep the pennant in sight. The Cards picked a great time to get hot, entering their road trip with a five-game win streak. St. Louis has a crucial four-game set coming up that may shape baseball's playoff field—they’ll play the Brewers in Milwaukee, who trail by 3 games in their division. These next four showdowns won’t come easy, as the Brewers are fighting to stay in wild card contention, currently sitting in the NL’s second slot. Lock in St. Louis Cardinals tickets for a minimum of $8 on 9/4-9/5, and see this pivotal series in person!
8/28/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals return home after an unsuccessful road trip reaped series-losses to the Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates. It’s crunch time in the NL Central, so if the Cards want to whittle down their 1.5 game trail behind Milwaukee, they'll have to bounce back in their four game series against the Chicago Cubs. Get St. Louis Cardinals tickets for as little as $9 at Busch Stadium on 8/29 and 8/31.
8/11/15 – We’re approaching crunch time in baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals are in the thick of the postseason race in the AL Central—just two games back from yanking the division lead from Milwaukee. See the team tighten things up with St. Louis Cardinals tickets during this pivotal week with series against the Marlins on the road and the San Diego Padres at home. By far, the cheapest get-in price falls this Thursday (8/14) against the Padres for a mere $3 to get into Busch Stadium.
8/4/14 – The race in the NL Central is heating up—and the St. Louis Cardinals are right in the thick of contention! Just 1.5 games separate the top three teams, with the Brewers leading the way, followed by St. Louis and Pittsburgh. The Cards must take advantage of their upcoming series against the floundering Boston Red Sox in order to stretch the half-game distance between themselves and the No. 3 Pirates. Buy St. Louis Cardinals tickets at Busch Stadium for as little as $9 (8/6) and see if the RedBirds can pull away.
7/28/14 – Last week, the St. Louis Cardinals didn’t do much to improve the gap between their record and the top spot in the NL Central Division. In between winning their series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs, the Cards dropped four games straight—two at the hands of the Rays. Still, St Louis has reason to celebrate; not only are they two games back from taking the division lead, but two former managers, the legendary Tony La Russa and Joe Torre, were inducted into the MLB Hall Of Fame. The MLB trade deadline may be this Thursday, but St. Louis has already made a move that’s been fruitful; veteran catcher AJ Pierzynski had three hits in his Cardinals debut, and could be the reliable presence behind the plate the Cards have been looking for. Buy your St. Louis Cardinals tickets this week, and see if the club can reach the top of the NL Central with wins over the San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers.
7/21/14 – The St. Louis Cardinals let their lead slip slightly in the NL Central, with two losses to the LA Dodgers in their first series back from the All-Star break. The Cards just finished their tough stretch of games (vs. Pirates, Brewers, Dodgers) and will now catch a slight breather with Monday’s day off. St. Louis returns to play more malleable opponents in the Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres. If you’re looking for cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets at home, now is the time to buy! Pay a mere $4 to get-in on 7/22, and an even lower $2 to get-in on 7/23 when they face Tampa Bay.
7/3/14 - Friday the Cardinals finally return home after a grueling nine game road trip in which they played basically the entire National League West division going to the Colorado Rockies, Los Angeles Dodger and San Francisco Giants respectively. When they do get home for their Independance Day game against the Miami Marlins, Cardinals tickets will be going for $90 and will also feature a 2004 NL Championship ring giveaway according to RazorGator.
7/2/14 - After being shut out for the second straight game yesterday the St. Louis Cardinals have now dropped five out of their last eight games, all of which have come on the road. St. Louis will finally be able to return to Busch Stadium for a Fourth of July showdown with the Miami Marlins. Before they can do that the San Francisco Giants will be standing in their way as Cardinals tickets are averaging less than $45 for both today and tomorrow’s games.
6/30/14 – The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t fare so well this time in their recent visit to Chavez Ravine. The Cards dropped three games to the LA Dodgers last week, including a shutout at the hands of Clayton Kershaw—the same pitcher they snuffed on their way to winning the NL Championship Series. The Cards will look to improve their pitching, which has allowed five or more runs in four of their previous six games, but there’s no reason to panic, as the Cards still boast the sixth best ERA in baseball. St. Louis will do battle against the ailing San Francisco Giants starting Tuesday at AT&T Park, and will host the Miami Marlins for a Fourth of July baseball spectacular. St. Louis Cardinals tickets are cheapest this week when they play the Giants on 7/1; get-in for a mere $3. Prices are steep when they return home to take on the Marlins for July 4; get-in for $42. Cardinals tickets come back down the next day, offering a $17 minimum on 7/5 and $10 minimum on 7/6.
6/23/14 - After losing the first two games of the series against the Philadelphia Phillies the St. Louis Cardinals were able to win the final two to pull even and split the series. Today the St. Louis Cardinals will travel to the Mile High City to play the Colorado Rockies who have been able to hit the ball extremely well at Coors Field and rank first or second in the major hitting categories as Cardinals tickets are averaging $27 according to RazorGator.
6/17/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are on the verge of embarking on a seven game homestand against the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies in back to back series with no breaks in between. For the rest of the season Cardinals tickets are averaging $63.65 according to RazorGator, but when they begin play with the Mets tonight tickets will be far, far less going for the cheapest of the season averaging just $16. However the next night tickets increase just one dollar to average $17 while the third and final game against the Mets goes for the whopping total of $23.
6/16/14 – The St. Louis Cardinals have hit their stride. They come into this week after winning their series over the AL East-leading Blue Jays, splitting a series with Tampa Bay and sweeping their Father’s Day series against Washington. Though productive in his MLB debut, promising rookie Oscar Taveras was sent back down to Triple-A in order to get more playing time. Another player St. Louis fans should stay posted on is prized ace Adam Wainwright, who will be missing his next start to allow tendinitis in his elbow to recede. Wainwright is tied in the NL with a league-leading nine wins. Score cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets this week when they face the New York Mets: get-in for just $1 on 6/16 and 6/17 at Busch Stadium.
6/9/14- The St. Louis Cardinals are hacking away at their five-game gap behind the division-leading Brewers. Though they lost three of four to the Kansas City Royals, the Cards came up strong against the AL East-leading Toronto Blue Jays with a series victory. See if St. Louis can extend the winning momentum into this week’s matches against Tampa Bay and Washington. St. Louis Cardinals tickets are cheapest the day before Father’s Day, for $9 to get-in on 6/14 at Busch Stadium. Make dad happy with St. Louis Cardinals tickets today!
6/2/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are trailing the Milwaukee Brewers by four games, desperately trying to narrow the division-leading gap. The Cards slipped up last week when they faced the New York Yankees and the San Francisco Giants, escaping with just two wins over seven matches. St. Louis will try to clean up their game on a split series with the Royals and a trip to Toronto to face the AL-East topping Blue Jays. To wake the team up further, Cardinals GM John Mozeliak replaced first baseman Matt Adams with top minors' prospect Oscar Taveras (Triple-A Memphis). The star outfield hit a homerun against the Giants in his MLB debut. See the 21 year-old do big things with St. Louis Cardinals tickets! Get-in for as low as $3 against Kansas City (6/2), and $12 against Toronto (6/6).
5/27/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are battling the Milwaukee Brewers for best in the NL Central, just 1.5 games back from the hot-shot squad with a chance to surpass with this week's running. The Cardinals are at home for the next nine games, playing host to the Yankees and Giants. St. Louis Cardinals tickets run from $10-$12 to start in their final two matches opposite the Yankees (5/27-5/28), and drop down to a super low $1 (5/29) when they first meet the Giants.
5/19/14 - The quarter season division gap is surfacing in the NL Central. The Brewers have pulled ahead by four games, but the St. Louis Cardinals are fighting to keep up at the top, with series wins over the Cubs and Braves last week. The Cards must maximize their winning potential at Busch Stadium, as the squad returns home for twelve of the next 15 games. St. Louis starts this week with the Arizona Diamondbacks, before a quick visit the take on the Cincinnati Reds. Will St. Louis close in on Milwaukee by the end of their long homestand? Score cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets to find out! Pay just $1 for tickets across their entire series against Arizona (5/20-5/22).
5/12/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are hanging onto their second place position in the NL Central even with their .500 record (19-19). The Cincinnati Reds are just one game behind usurping their spot, however, so the Cards will have to shape up their game heading into this week of play. St. Louis will face the Chicago Cubs for four games, a great opportunity to boost their mid-May record, followed by a visit from the Atlanta Braves. Cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets are available for their entire series against the Cubs: pay just $1 to get-in from 5/12-5/14. Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals tickets are pricier, at $13 to start for their first match Friday at Busch Stadium.
5/5/14 - Last week, the St. Louis Cardinals dropped two games to the Milwaukee Brewers and followed it up with a disappointing series-loss to the Chicago Cubs. St. Louis is still second in the NL Central, but have fallen 5 games behind the Brewers and are just half a game in front of the third-place Reds. The Cardinals will try to bounce back on the road with a challenging visit to the Atlanta Braves and a series at Pittsburgh. Cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets are easy to find this week: pay $3 to see them take on Atlanta (5/6-5/7) and watch a great division match at PNC Park for $6 on Sunday (5/11).
4/29/14 - After about one month of baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals find themselves at 14-13 on the season, having lost two of the last three series. Looking to shake things up, the Cards demoted rookie Kolten Wong to the minors alongside Shane Robinson. In their place, rookies Greg Garcia and Randal Grichuk are moving up from Memphis to the majors, while Mark Ellis will start at second base. The Cards have two more games against the Brewers this week, before they hit the road, starting with the Chicago Cubs on Friday. St. Louis Cardinals tickets offer a low get-in price of $1 for their final two rounds with Milwaukee (4/29-4/30); prices jump up to a $16 minimum when they play Wrigley Field on Friday (5/2).
4/21/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are 11-8 on the season, and 2nd in the NL Central. Though they split their four-games against Washington, the Cards won their previous series with the Brewers, and are looking to close the three game gap which separates them and the division-topping Brewers this week. Starting today, the Cardinals take on a struggling New York squad for four games at Citi Field, before returning home to host the frustrated Pittsburgh Pirates. St. Louis Cardinals tickets start at $9 for their first two meetings against the Mets (4/21-4/22), and hop up to $11 for their final two (4/23-4/24).
4/14/14- The St. Louis Cardinals certainly made the most of their six game homestand with two series victories, taking down the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs last week. Though the pitching rotation looks a little rusty and the offense has yet to click consistently, St Louis is still up 7-5. The Cardinals are at the start of a long road trip in which they'll visit Milwaukee, Washington and New York. Today they get things going against the Brewers, and beginning Thursday, they'll open a four-game series with the Nats. Score cheap St Louis Cardinals tickets this week: catch them tonight for just $5 in Terrace Reserve, or $4 Thursday night in Washington.
4/7/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals have split their six-game road opener with a 3-3 record after one week of play. The Cardinals won their series against the Cincinnati Reds, but lost two games to the Pittsburgh Pirates. They're likely to move up in NL Central standing with this week's homestand: the Cards will take on Cincinnati for a rematch (4/7-4/9) and the Chicago Cubs (4/11-4/13). Tickets for this afternoon's home opener are sold out, but you can score cheap St Louis Cardinals tickets for Wednesday's match--just $1!
4/1/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals may have won a low-scoring victory, but at least they got their season started off right! The Cards capped the Cincinnati Reds (1-0) at the Great American Ball Park in Ohio after Yadier Molina hit the winning homer in the seventh. See if the squad can sweep the Cincinnati series with cheap St Louis Cardinals tickets this week: get-in for $14 on Wednesday and an incredibly low $3 on Thursday. The Cards finish off the first week of regular season play with a trip to PNC Park to take on the Pittsburgh Pirates: tickets start at $7 on Friday.
3/24/14 - After helping the St. Louis Cardinals exact a resounding victory over the Houston Astros, taking a no-hitter into the sixth, pitcher Joe Kelly has officially been awarded the Cards' fifth and final rotation spot. This is welcome news to the pitcher who lost the same competition last year to Shelby Miller. Rookie Kolten Wang is another player to have recently been anointed as starter, taking his spot at second base after beating out veteran Mark Ellis from the Dodgers. With Opening Day drawing near, you have to snatch up some cheap St Louis Cardinals tickets before the regular season commences! Catch them at their final two Roger Dean Stadium games: this Wednesday against the Washington Nationals (get-in for $35) and this Thursday against the Miami Marlins (get-in for $21). You can wait and see them in Cincinnati when they take on the Reds for Opening Day: tickets start at $59 at the Great American Ball Park on March 31.
3/18/14 - With two weeks left of until the start of regular season, it's not too early to start thinking about locking in your Opening Day tickets—especially when it comes to a team favored to win it big this year. On March 31, the St Louis Cardinals will travel to Cincinnati to take on the Reds, and tickets average $170—making this matchup one of the most expensive in the league. You've still got time to catch the Cards for cheap this spring: pay just $19 to see them take on Minnesota tomorrow and $17 to see them take on Washington on Friday. This gives you more time to see top prospect Carlos Martinez and back-flipping IF Kolten Wong vie for a spot on the roster!
3/10/14 - Spring Training may be well under way but that doesn't mean the St Louis Cardinals are done with signing! Over the weekend, the Cards claimed Cuban free-agent shortstop Aledmys Diaz (he'll be reporting for camp today) and signed Matt Carpenter to an extension of 6 years and $52 million. Be there to see these difference-makers in action with St Louis Cardinals tickets! The get-in price for both their Tuesday game against the Mets and their Thursday matchup with the Braves is $26.
3/3/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals may have finished last year with the best record in the American League, but this highly touted team has had a bumpy start if they wish to take the best record in the Grapefruit League as well. The Cards may have a measly 1-2 record, but their players are looking like money, so to the top spot is certainly attainable. Yesterday's 7-1 defeat of the New York Mets was St. Louis' first win, but their second straight game with double-digit hits: shaking off their winter rust, Matt Holliday (two doubles in his left field spring debut), Shane Robinson and Pete Kozma showed their stuff. The cheapest St. Louis Cardinals tickets for this week come on Friday's game against the (undefeated) Miami Marlins for $16—a small price to pay for what's sure to be one of the most exciting games of Spring Training Week 2!
2/25/14 - The energy brimming the St. Louis Cardinals' camp buzzes with potential for a monumental season, so it's understandable that the Cards have one of the higher spring training ticket averages in the league, at $52. The organization will be paying close attention to Oscar Taveras, who is looking for a starting position after injuries hindered him last year, Jhonny Peralta, the newly acquired shortstop, and Jason Motte, back from Tommy John surgery. See if these players have what it takes to fill out a starting role for one of the MLB's hottest teams! The get-in price for St. Louis' first game against the Miami Marlins are a steal, having dropped from $17 to just $7.
2/12/14 - The St. Louis Cardinals are primed for another stellar season, and so, there are high expectation heading into Spring Training. The NL champions boast a roster that can take them to the top comprised of an enviable rotation and dynamo lineup, with newcomers including Jhonny Peralta and top prospect Oscar Taveras on the rise. Pitchers and catchers report for duty today, followed by position players less than a week from now. This team is hungry for the national crown, see if they hit the ground running come 2/28 for their first spring game of the season against the Miami Marlins. St. Louis Cardinals are at their cheapest when they're in Jupiter, FL for Spring Training, get-in for just $17.
1/30/14 - After the St. Louis Cardinals came so close to the world title and lost last season, they’ve been hungrier than ever before. Expect the Cardinals’ young core to be more developed and mature, and with so much pitching depth on hand, you have to be at Roger Dean Stadium this spring to see the best compete for a starting spot! St. Louis Cardinals tickets are just $53 to catch the MLB’s most talented players at Spring Training, so don’t miss out!
After last season’s powerhouse playoff run, the St. Louis Cardinals beg the question: who can take them down in the NL Central? Especially after winning five division titles over the last 10 years! St. Louis finished last season with 97 wins, the best record in the league (tied with defending champs, the Boston Red Sox, of course). The Cardinals offseason has been largely eventful: they avoided arbitration with Daniel Descalso, lost Carlos Beltran to the New York Yankees and acquired Jhonny Peralta from the Detroit Tigers.
The Cardinals are one of the most exciting teams in the majors to watch live. Watch slugger Matt Holliday let it fly, Yadier Molina round the bases, or see one of the fiercest young bullpens in the MLB: including, Shelby Miller, Adam Wainwright, Jaimie Garcia, Michael Wacha and more. You’re always going to get an elite level of baseball when you score St. Louis Cardinals tickets, so what are you waiting for? The Redbirds are primed for a big playoff run again this season!
10/21/13 - The Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated Friday night as the Cardinals advanced to the World Series with a 9-0 win in front of a home crowd. The last time the Cardinals went to the World Series in 2011, tickets averaged $900 for games played in St. Louis. 2013 World Series tickets are averaging 4% more at Busch Stadium than they were two years ago. While St. Louis Cardinals World Series tickets are much cheaper than Boston Red Sox World Series tickets, prices on the secondary market are climbing, up 11% since last Tuesday and 3% since the beginning of the postseason.
10/11/13 - St. Louis is back in the NLCS for the third straight year, a series they'll have home-field advantage in over the Dodgers. Adam Wainwright threw a complete game in Game 5 of the NLDS to help the Cards defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates. NLCS tickets average $315 over four games, 71% more than last year's NLCS prices in St. Louis.
10/2/13 - The NLDS between the Cardinals and Pirates is set. Of the Division Series playoff teams, St. Louis Cardinals tickets are the cheapest, averaging $85 at Busch Stadium. The Cards will have home-field advantage, which means that the average is calculated for games 1, 2, and 5 (if nec.). The Cards also have the cheapest World Series ticket prices, currently averaging $904; Cardinals World Series tickets range from $425 – $3,486.
9/24/13 - In a tight race for the NL Central title, the St. Louis Cardinals will battle it out until the end of the 2013 regular season with the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates (all of which have clinched a postseason berth). The Cardinals currently hold a two game lead over their divisional opponents and are looking to escape the Wild Card game, one they have made appearances in the last two years. St. Louis will finish the regular season at Busch Stadium against the Washington Nationals who were eliminated from the Playoffs yesterday and against the Chicago Cubs. The first NLDS game in St. Louis is currently less expensive (avg. $94) than a possible Wild Card game at home (avg. $100).
7/26/13 - The Cardinals have been a model of consistency over the last several seasons, always contending for a postseason berth. 2013 has been more of the same for Redbird fans, with the team at the top of the NL Central Division and one of the best records in baseball. Despite losing Albert Pujols a couple years ago, the Cards have maintained offensive balance with key contributions from Yadier Molina, Carlos Beltran, and Matt Carpenter, while Adam Wainwright has proven himself to be the pitching staff’s latest ace. Redbird Nation will continue to expect great things this season, including a deep run in the postseason.
4/4/13 – The Cardinals begin the regular season with two road series. The first, St. Louis dropped 2 of 3 in Arizona and will look to improve as they travel to San Francisco to take on the World Series Champs. Although the St. Louis Cardinals can improve their pitching (among other things), their offense is hot. The team totaled 17 runs in their first three games; each game was determined by just one run. Following the two road series to start off the season, the Cardinals will go home to St. Louis and open against the Cincinnati Reds in the most expensive home game of the year. The average St. Louis Cardinals baseball tickets for the home opener are $146, down $60 in the last six weeks. Ironically, the cheapest Cardinals home game is two days later, also against the Reds and averaging just $29. Before the Cardinals meet up with the Reds again at the end of the month, they’ll play the Milwaukee Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates at Busch Stadium.
The St. Louis Cardinals are no strangers to the postseason and in recent playoff runs, they've certainly put the wild in Wild Card. 2011's World Series Champs have won more World Series titles than any National League team; 2 in the last six years.
With the Cardinals never-say-die attitude, you never want to count them out. However, their perseverance will be tested in 2013 — the St. Louis squad has lost some key players. 2005 National League Cy Young Award Winner, Chris Carpenter, will likely be out the entire season as he faces similar injury problems that he had last year. 6-time All Star and 2011 NL Comeback Player of the Year, Lance Berkman, will now play for the Texas Rangers. And, unless they bring back Kyle Lohse for a third season, the Cardinals will be without their best pitcher from 2012. Will the young talent in the deepest organization in baseball be able step up in 2013? Can Shelby Miller help fill the void of Carpenter? Will injuries on the current roster be non-existent?
Some may find it surprising that despite recent World Series wins, Cardinals baseball tickets are the 10th cheapest in MLB, averaging $63. It is $18 cheaper to see St. Louis at Busch Stadium than it is to see them play on the road. In fact, the Cardinals are the 4th most expensive road team behind the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers.