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Nothing makes you a team legend like being the superstar at your home opener, but that’s a pressure that Jeremy Hazelbaker more than welcomes. Hitting a triple on Monday’s game at Busch Stadium was especially pivotal for the rookie, who is playing his first Big League games for the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cards whipped the Brewers, beating team handily 10-1 in front of the second-largest crowd in team history. The three-game series against Atlanta wraps up Thursday, but St. Louis will continue the home streak this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 15-17) against the Reds. Come help the Cardinals on their way to another run for the Pennant by purchasing tickets today! Prices are affordable and start at less than $20.
The St. Louis Cardinals hit the road for their first game of the 2016-2017 season. They played against the Pittsburgh Pirates on April 5, which turned out to be a very tight game. The Cardinals came out strong in the first three innings of the game, scoring five runs total. The Pirates didn’t let them run away with the lead though, scoring three runs of there own. It all came down to the bottom of the eleventh inning when the Pirates pulled in the winning run of the game for the 6-5 victory over the Cardinals. See the Cardinals take on the Pirates again on April 6. Tickets are still up for grabs so get yours before it is too late.
Lately there has been much talk in the baseball arena about one particular team: the Chicago Cubs. Everyone seems to think this could finally be their year to go all the way, but not if rivals the St. Louis Cardinals have anything to say about it. Matt Holliday says it doesn’t matter what the hype is, “You’ve got to go out and play.” The Cardinals aren’t buying into any notions that this could be the year their rivals take home the prize, and you can expect them to continue playing with that mentality as well. St. Louis will kick off the 2016 season at home on Monday, April 11 against the Milwaukee Brewers.
3/18/16 - With eight preseason wins and just six losses, it looks like the St. Louis Cardinals may be in for an exciting season this year. Fans have less than three weeks to wait for the action to start. The season opener is on April 3rd, but the Cardinals are going to have their first home game on April 11th against the Milwaukee Brewers. Tickets for that matchup are still available, starting at $104. It is sure to be an exciting game, however, so tickets may sell out soon. Secure your spot in the stands so you can show your support and cheer the Cardinals on to their first victory of the season.
10/13/15 - Although they did manage to prove that Jake Arrieta is indeed human, the St. Louis Cardinals nonetheless find themselves on the ropes in the National League Division Series. They faltered in Game 3 at Wrigley Field, losing 8-6 to drop behind 2-1 in their best-of-five set with the Cubs. The Redbirds picked up a lead in the fourth, but Chicago countered with four of their own across the next two frames to claim a lead they would not relinquish. With one more opportunity to pick up a road win, the Cards will try to force the series to a deciding Game 5 at home. Tickets are still available for the NLDS if you act now!
10/9/15 - Major League Baseball’s lone 100-win team is in the postseason again and it comes as a surprise to no one. The St. Louis Cardinals ran away with the NL Central division, which featured two more of the MLB’s best squads in the Pirates and Cubs this year. The Cards even suffered numerous major injuries, losing key starter Adam Wainwright for an extended stretch—but it didn’t matter to the Big Red Machine. St. Louis will battle the Cubs in the NLDS, and they’ll enjoy home field advantage in the series. Get your tickets for home games at Busch Stadium, on sale now! Seats start at $111 for Game 2 this Saturday!
10/2/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals are leading the NL Central Division, as well as the entire league. Two teams are keeping up to the Cardinals, but there is about a 10-win gap between them and the number four team. The Cardinals had an amazing season, and finished strong, winning seven of their last nine games, but there’s a little more to go before they head into the postseason. One final away set against the Atlanta Braves remains. They do not have any more home games in the regular season, so if you are waiting for a chance to see the Cardinals in action, you are going to have to wait until the National League Division Series kicks off.
9/25/15 - The Saint Louise Cardinals swept their most recent three game series against the Reds. The first game appeared as though the Reds just might beat the Cardinals, but two runs in the eighth turned the game around to the Cardinals' favor. The next night the Reds once again got on the board first, but the Cardinals soon equalized and then took the lead. The Cardinals dominated the final game against the Reds, winning 10-2. The Cardinals are one of the few teams to have already secured their position in the off-season, and they remain in first place of the NL Central Division. They next play the Brewers for four games starting on the 24th. There is still time to get tickets, with prices starting at $10.
9/17/15 - The St. Louis continue through one of their final away series. It began a little rocky with the Cardinals losing three of four games against the Cincinnati Reds, but they recovered and have now won three consecutive matches. After this final set against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Cardinals will return to St. Louis to host their last seven home games of the regular season. As one of the top teams in the entire league, however, fans should expect an exciting post season as well. If you would like to cheer the Cardinals to victory as they work their way into the post season, be sure to get your tickets now. Tickets for their first game back in St. Louis are available starting at just $6.
9/10/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals had a series of losses, but were able to avoid losing the fifth game in six days when they rallied late over the Cubs on September 9th. The Cubs led early, but, in the eighth inning the Cardinals finally rallied to score three and pull ahead. It began when Mark Reynolds got on base with a walk and Greg Garcia got a hit. Matt Carpenter had an RBI single and then Stephen Piscotty's two-run double drew them ahead. The victory also put the Cardinals 4 1/2 games ahead of the Pirates for first place in the NL Central Division. The Cardinals head to Cincinnati for a four game series against the Reds, and you can still get tickets with prices as low as $2.
9/1/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have won eight of their last ten games and remain first in the NL Central Division. In their latest victory, they beat the Nationals 8-5 in the first of three games. They had thirteen hits, with a three run fourth inning and a five run seventh from a combination of singles and doubles. The two teams meet again on the 1st and 2nd, and then the Cardinals host the Pirates. The Cardinals called up Marco Gonzales to start on the mound against the Naitonsl on Tuesday night. They also called up Mitch Harris and Cody Stanley, who will also be available for playing on Tuesday night. You still have time to get tickets to see the Cardinals play in person, with prices starting at just $2.
8/26/15 - Major League Baseball’s first 80-win team is the St. Louis Cardinals, a surprise to no one who follows the sport. The Big Red Machine continues to march on, running off three straight victories including a 9-1 drubbing of the Diamondbacks on Tuesday. The Redbirds play in the only division that boasts three 70-win teams, but even with the Pirates (75-49) and Cubs (73-51) playing great ball over the last few weeks, St. Louis maintains a 4.5-game cushion in the NL Central. There’s a big series coming up at AT&T Park this weekend, as the Cardinals head to California to tangle with the defending World Champions in San Francisco. Grab your seats for Cards vs. Giants, on sale now! Tickets for Sunday’s matinee game start at $42!
8/21/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals are on a roll. While they haven't been able to build up a large winning spree, they have won an impressive seven of their last 10 games. Recently, the Cardinals finished up a set with the Miami Marlins, winning two of three matches. Then, they prepared to host the San Francisco Giants. So far, the Cardinals have not lost against the Giants. Hopefully that trend will continue. As soon as this set is over, they will be hitting the road, travelling first to San Diego to take on the Padres. They will not return until the end of the month to host the Washington Nationals. If you would like to welcome the Cardinals back to St. Louis, tickets for their homecoming game start at just $3.
8/14/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have been performing very well lately. They were up to an impressive four-game winning streak. Even more impressively, the Cardinals managed to completely shut their opponents out in three consecutive matches. Additionally, the Cardinals are currently the top team in the league with a formidable buffer between them and the number two team. Unfortunately, they had one misstep and lost to the Milwaukee Brewers on August 9th, ending their winning streak. The Cardinals are now back in St. Louis and have already won another match against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Before hitting the road again, the Cardinals will host the Seattle Mariners and the San Francisco Giants. This is an excellent time to catch them live while they are on a roll.
8/6/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals won three of the four games in their latest series against the Rockies. The first game was close, with Colorado coming back to get ahead until the Cardinals rallied for three runs in the ninth to take the win, thanks to multiple homers by Matt Carpenter. The next night, the Cardinals shut out the Rockies, and a five run sixth inning helped secure the win. Carpenter again had a home run, as did Jhonny Peralta. The Rockies took the victory the next night, but the Cardinals came back to win another close one for the final game. The Cardinals started out a three game series against the Reds with a 2-3 loss. The two teams meat again on the 5th and 6th. You can still get tickets to the games, with prices starting at $4.
7/30/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have had a mind blowing season, winning 60 games and only losing 34. They are currently leading the NL Central Division and are the team to beat. The Cardinals are currently on a three-game winning streak and are hoping to continue that streak for as long as possible. They start a new series of games this weekend, taking on the Atlanta Braves at the Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The Braves have a pretty good record and are going to put up a fight for those W’s, so these games are going to be nothing short of interesting. Spend your weekend relaxing at the ballpark when you purchase your tickets today. Tickets for all three weekend games are still up for grabs and start around $12 a piece.
7/24/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals have had a mind blowing season, winning 60 games and only losing 34. They are currently leading the NL Central Division and are the team to beat. The Cardinals are currently on a three-game winning streak and are hoping to continue that streak for as long as possible. They start a new series of games this weekend, taking on the Atlanta Braves at the Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The Braves have a pretty good record and are going to put up a fight for those W’s, so these games are going to be nothing short of interesting. Spend your weekend relaxing at the ballpark when you purchase your tickets today. Tickets for all three weekend games are still up for grabs and start around $12 a piece.
7/17/15 - Despite being top ranked in the National League Central Division, the St. Louis Cardinals are coming off a three game losing streak. They won the first game of four against the Pirates. Carlos Martinez was on the mound for 7 1/3 innings, during which he kept the Pirates scoreless. After losing the second night, the next two games came down to overtime before the Pirates won. The third game went 14 innings. The Cardinals scored at the top of the 14th to pull ahead, but the Pirates scored two runs in the bottom to take away the victory. The next night was determined similarly during the 10. The Cardinals will be looking to get back to winning when they host the Mets starting on the 17, with tickets available starting at $16.
7/10/15 - While the St. Louis Cardinals ended their home games on a high note, beating out the San Diego Padres in their final two matchups, once they hit the road, things have gone downhill slightly. They did manage to beat the Chicago Cubs by a considerable margin in their first game on the road. In fact, they completely shut the Cubs out and scored six runs. However, since that game, the Cardinals have lost two consecutive games. After facing the Cubs, the Cardinals will take on the Pittsburgh Pirates before heading back to St. Louis on July 17th. Even if they are currently going through a slight rough patch, they still maintain the top position in the NL Central Division, being a full five wins ahead of the Pirates.
7/3/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals ended their away series strong, with three consecutive wins, and they carried their momentum with them back to their own field. In fact, the Cardinals managed to win each of the games in the set with the Chicago Cubs. Unfortunately, St. Louis seems to be struggling since they ended their six-game winning streak. The Chicago White Sox beat them out twice and the San Diego Padres also took a win, meaning the Cardinals have lost three consecutive games. Despite this, they are still the division leader, so they are still faring well. Hopefully they will be able to turn things around against the Padres before hitting the road again on July 6th. Luckily, this series of away games starts with a Chicago Cubs rematch.
6/26/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals are having a great season so far, with a 42-24 record that puts them first in the NL Central Division. Their most recent series is against the Marlins, in which they have won the first two. In the first game, the Cardinals came back to win 4-3. Jason Heyward hit a homer and Xavier Scruggs had a two-run double in the fourth inning to tie up the game. Mark Reynolds hit in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning off an RBI single. The next night, Kolten Wong and Heyward both had homers, and the team dominated to win 6-1. The two teams play again on the 25, and then the Cardinals head back home to play the Cubs. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $42.
6/19/15 - With a 43-23 record, the St. Louis Cardinals sit on top of the leaderboard in National League. With two losses against the Twins, the Cardinals want to get back to winning. In Thursday’s game against the Twins, Jason Heyward homered in the seventh giving the Cardinals the first run in the game, but the Twins came back with two runs in the final two innings. Busch Stadium will be quiet over the next few days while the team is out on the road, but you can get your tickets to the upcoming home games against the Chicago Cubs that begin on Friday (6/26). Tickets start at $45 for the evening game. Join the fans in the stadium and experience the excitement of a game that you won’t get anywhere else.
6/10/15 - With their 38-21 record, the St. Louis Cardinals maintain their dominance over the National League. No other team even comes close to their .644 percentage, and they are 6.5 games ahead of the second team in the NL Central, the Chicago Cubs. Even though the Cardinals lost their last two games, they’ve still picked up six wins out of their last ten games. St. Louis hosts the Kansas City Royals at Busch Stadium this upcoming weekend, with plenty of great seats still available for all three games. Ticket prices for Friday’s (6/12) game start at $48. On Monday, the Cardinals host the Minnesota Twins for two games, and you’ll want to come out cheer the home team on to another win. Get your seats now before they’re sold out.
6/5/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals managed to finish their series of home games strong, winning two out of the three matches against the Milwaukee Brewers and even shutting them out during June 2nd’s match. This run of good luck comes on the end of a winning streak, which means the Cardinals have won eight out of their last 10 games. More recently, St. Louis hit the road and will not return until June 12th. So far, they have only had one match, against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but it was a blowout, winning seven to one and even scoring three times in the fifth inning. Hopefully the Cardinals will maintain that level of play until they get back on their own field. Tickets for their homecoming start at $37.
5/29/15 - The St. Louis Cardinals are on fire. With a 31-16 record, they sit on top of the NL leaderboard, and they’re on a four-game winning streak, sweeping their three games against the Diamondbacks. The Cardinals begin a three-game series against the Dodgers this weekend, and they’ll be tougher to beat. Get on down to Busch Stadium to cheer for your favorite local team. There’s plenty of tickets for the games on Saturday (5/30) and Sunday (5/31). Tickets for Sunday’s afternoon game start at $17. The Cardinals host the Milwaukee Brewers in three games beginning on Monday (6/1). You’ll want to come out and catch them play before they go out on the road in the upcoming week. With plenty of great seats starting at $3, you can bring the whole crew.
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.
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The Big Red Machine is Back in Gear
Injuries made it a difficult campaign at times for the St. Louis Cardinals, Major League Baseball’s seemingly perennial contender. With SP Adam Wainwright having missed much of 2015 with a torn Achilles tendon, followed by Platinum Glove catcher Yadier Molina tearing a ligament in his left thumb, a deep playoff run just didn’t seem to be in the cards for the Cards. This year, a healthier squad is gearing up for a return to baseball prominence, making this the time to score cheap St. Louis Cardinals tickets while the best seats are still available.
The Matt Connection
While much of the Redbirds’ success hinges on the performance of their pitching staff, one of the biggest revelations of last season was 3B Matt Carpenter. The 30-year-old smashed a career-high 28 homeruns, after totaling just 25 in his first four seasons combined. He also logged an .870 OPS to go with a 4.0 WAR rating and fortified St. Louis’ corner defense in a huge way. Look also for a bounce-back year from veteran Matt Holiday, who was slowed by back problems throughout the ’15 season.
Potential NLCS Preview
Don’t wait for all the good seats to get snapped up—Razorgator is the place to find discount St. Louis Cardinals tickets for all regular season and Spring Training games. The Birds play the Nats at Roger Dean Stadium this Sunday—get in for just $24!