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Buy Cardinals Spring Training Tickets

It just isn't spring in West Palm Beach without pre-season baseball, and lucky for you, great tickets are now available for every 2023 St. Louis Cardinals spring training game! The long, cold offseason is finally coming to an end, and that means getting out to warm and sunny Roger Dean Stadium for a hot dog, a frosty beverage, and a great ballgame. But since you're competing against the best fans in baseball here, you'd better hurry if you want to reserve some great seats at an even greater price!

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One of the more memorable moments in Spring Training history occurred in 1918 when pitcher Babe Ruth was forced to play first base for the Boston Red Sox. He then went and hit two home runs, the second a record-breaking 573 feet; the ball ended up in a nearby pond at the Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo. Over the years, famous athletes got their start in spring training in Hot Springs like Cy Young, Ty Cobb, and Walter Johnson.

The good news: Fans will be allowed to attend the 48 spring training games split between Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, where the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins play, and The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, home to the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros.

Tickets go on sale Friday, but only to 2020 spring season-ticket holders at Roger Dean. They will have four days to buy tickets at a discounted rate. Because of the limited availability, no season tickets will be sold this year; single-game tickets will be available in "pods" of two, four or six seats.

St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Harrison Bader (48) and left fielder Tyler O'Neill (41) warm up by playing catch during St. Louis Cardinals spring training on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. Photo by Laurie Skrivan,

While questions and uncertainty continue to swirl around the scheduled start of spring training during a pandemic, the Cardinals and Miami Marlins announced plans to sell a limited number of tickets for exhibition games that start next month at Roger Dean Stadium.

The Cardinals and Marlins are not offering season ticket plans for spring training, and they are having all purchases of tickets done in a way that can be immediately refunded if games are postponed or fans are not permitted at the ballpark for a specific game. Season ticket holders for the Class A clubs can purchase tickets at discounted rate starting Feb. 1. Marlins and Cardinals season ticket holders will have access to the 2021 spring training tickets on Feb. 8, and any remaining tickets will be available to general public on Feb. 18.

Diagnosis: The success of Yasiel Puig clearly emboldened the Dodgers regarding their projection for Cuban players, but we know Puig has often confounded his superiors, too. Guerrero had underwhelmed at the outset of spring training before a recent uptick. At the least, the Dodgers are making recently extended manager Don Mattingly earn his keep by giving him a high-talent roster that might again be high-maintenance, too.

Florida Atlantic University's baseball team took a one-run lead over the St. Louis Cardinals into the bottom of the eighth inning. The Redbirds then exploded for six runs on five hits, including a three-run home run by Reid Gorecki for a 6-1 win to open spring training. FAU picked up four hits off of the major leaguers and only allowed four hits through the first seven innings.

The deal was announced before the Cardinals' spring training opener against the Miami Marlins. Manager Mike Shildt said the popular Martinez received "two hearty rounds of applause" from teammates when they were told the news. 041b061a72


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