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After narrowly missing the playoffs in 2016, the St. Louis Cardinals are looking to return to the postseason in 2017. As a consistent presence in the the Cardinals are ready to make a playoff run toward a World Series title. Find the cheapest St. Louis Cardinals tickets on Rukkus and get to Busch Stadium for a Cards game!

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What makes Busch Stadium special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Busch Stadium is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice the panoramic views of the downtown St. Louis skyline, including the famed St. Louis Gateway Arch.

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2016 Cardinals Outlook

The St. Louis Cardinals were disappointed with their playoff loss in 2015 which ended their season; but the Cards are looking to have a big year in 2016. This consistently winning franchise feels they have the pieces to win the World Series. This talented Cardinals team features an elite rotation and possibly the MLB’s best catcher, Yadier Molina who can lead the Cardinals to the playoffs.

St. Louis Cardinals Ticket Information

The St. Louis Cardinals provide terrific live entertainment for all baseball fans with their up-tempo style of play and a first-rate ballpark. Led by superstars on the pitching staff and at the plate, the Cardinals dazzle the home crowd with their incredible defensive skills and homerun power. The beautiful Busch Stadium also adds to the experience of a live MLB game. Come join the thousands of passionate Cardinals fans as they cheer on their team. Grab your tickets today!



With a roster full of terrific young talent, the Cardinals are a consistent contender for the World Series. The combination of offensive prowess and defensive stability has resulted in a ton of victories in front of their home crowd. From legendary names like Ozzie Smith, Bob Gibson and Tony La Russa, the Cardinals organization has been a model of success throughout its history. Get your tickets to a Cardinals game and be a part of the excitement!

The experience at Busch Stadium is like no other. This gorgeous stadium has hosted many important and historical games, including fierce divisional matches and World Series playoff showdowns. The facility is easily accessible from the city of St. Louis and its suburbs, making the overall experience even more enjoyable. Buy your tickets and enjoy the festivities that are part of an MLB game in St. Louis, Missouri.

Whether it’s the thrilling action on the field or the electric environment in Busch Stadium, the St. Louis Cardinals provide an unforgettable experience for their fans. Come see the “Cards” do battle against their rival teams in nine innings of non-stop MLB action. Pick up your tickets today and be a part of St. Louis Cardinals baseball!

Dealing in St. Louis: A Brief History of the St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals are one of the most successful franchises in MLB history. Winners of nineteen NL Pennants and eleven World Series titles, the Cards can lay claim to one of the most loyal and passionate fan bases in all of sports. The club has seen seventeen of its players enshrined in the Hall-of-fame, third most in MLB history. The new Busch Stadium opened in 2006 and has drawn over 3 million fans in each season since.

The club began play in the American Association in 1882, before moving to the NL in 1892. They would be known by a few different names in the early years – mainly the Browns – before officially adopting the name Cardinals in 1900. The team and their fans enjoyed some early success, earning entry into an early version of the World Series each year from 1885 through 1888 – winning the 1886 version in six games over the Chicago White Stockings. The success would not last, as the franchise would fall out of contention and remain out of the postseason for over 30 years.

A commitment to developing the farm system would finally help to turn things around and the Cardinals would finally field a competitive squad in the 1920s. Star 2B Rogers Hornsby would take the reigns as player-manager in 1926, leading the club to 89 wins and an NL Pennant – all while winning his second triple crown. The Cards would go on to defeat the New York Yankees in seven games and capture their first World Series title of the modern era. The club would put together quite a run that would last into the 1930s, returning to the series four times and taking home two more titles in 1931 and 1934.

The fully developed farm system would give rise to a new generation of stars and open up a new golden age in the 1940s. Hall-of-famer Stan Musial – one of the greatest ball players of all-time and the most iconic Cardinal in team history – would lead the charge as the Cards returned to the World Series in 1942, defeating the Yankees in five games. The Cards would return to the series three more times in the next four years, picking up two more titles in 1944 and 1946. Stan the Man would go on to win the NL Batting Title seven times, earn three NL MVP Awards and be named to twenty-four All-star teams.

Musial would retire after the 1963 season, but new stars would take the lead and return the Cards to relevance. Speedy OF Lou Brock and 3B Ken Boyer led the offense, while Hall-of-famer P Bob Gibson was in the early stages of his career. 1964 would see the Cards win 93 games and an NL Pennant, returning to the World Series and again defeating the Yankees in seven games. The Redbirds would return to the World Series twice more to close out the decade, winning a seven game thriller over the Boston Red Sox in 1967 and falling to the Detroit Tigers in seven games in 1968. Gibson would go on to win 251 games and strikeout 3,117 batters in his career, picking up two Cy Young Awards and an NL MVP along the way.

The stars would age again but this time there was no mass replenishment from the farm system. Some stars would develop, but the club would sit on the sidelines each October throughout the 1970s. Whitey Herzog was hired in 1980 and implemented his ‘Whiteyball’ system, focusing on pitching, speed and defense. The system proved a success and the Cards would return to postseason play in 1982, defeating the Atlanta Braves to win the ALCS before winning an exciting seven game World Series over the Milwaukee Brewers. The club returned to the World Series in both 1985 and 1987, losing in seven games both times – first to the Kansas City Royals and then to the Minnesota Twins.

The Redbirds would again age and break-up, falling out of contention well into the 1990s. The 1996 squad would surprisingly put it all together and the veteran laden club would return to the postseason. After disposing of the San Diego Padres in the NLDS, the Cards would meet the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS, losing in seven games. 1998 would bring the epic HR race between 1B Mark McGwire and the Chicago Cubs Sammy Sosa, as both sought to set the single season HR record. McGwire would finish up with 70 while Sosa would knock out 66, both numbers besting the previous record held by Roger Maris.

The ’96 Playoffs and ’98 HR chase sparked a renaissance in St. Louis baseball and the Cards would begin one of the most prolific runs in their history starting in 2000. From 2000 through 2014, the club would qualify for the postseason eleven times, winning the NL Central Division eight times and capturing four NL Pennants. St. Louis would win the World Series in 2006 and 2011, taking down the Detroit Tigers in five games in 2006 and defeating the Texas Rangers in seven games in 2011. Albert Pujols would star for the club from 2001 through 2011, claiming three MVP awards and nine All-star appearances. The era would also see the closing of the old Busch Stadium in 2005, replaced by an updated version in 2006.

The current club features franchise stalwarts OF Matt Holliday and C Yadier Molina, young slugging 1B Matt Adams and versatile 3B Matt Carpenter. The pitching staff has the potential to be one of the tops in the NL, Adam Wainwright stands at the top as staff ace of a rotation that goes five deep and includes Lance Lynn and John Lackey. Busch Stadium is a retro-style ballpark that has received excellent reviews and provides an outstanding view and game day experience. The ongoing development of nearby Ballpark Village will only continue to enhance the electric atmosphere, as the Cards continue to pack in the faithful and pursue another World Series title.

St. Louis Cardinals Lineup

  • Keith Butler
  • Randy Choate
  • Eric Fornataro
  • Sam Freeman
  • Jaime Garcia DL60
  • Marco Gonzales
  • Nick Greenwood
  • John Lackey
  • Lance Lynn
  • Tyler Lyons
  • Seth Maness
  • Carlos Martinez
  • Justin Masterson
  • Shelby Miller
  • Jason Motte
  • Pat Neshek
  • Jorge Rondon
  • Trevor Rosenthal
  • Kevin Siegrist
  • Samuel Tuivailala
  • Michael Wacha
  • Adam Wainwright
  • Tony Cruz
  • Yadier Molina
  • A.J. Pierzynski
  • Matt Adams
  • Matt Carpenter
  • Daniel Descalso
  • Aledmys Diaz
  • Mark Ellis
  • Greg Garcia
  • Pete Kozma
  • Jhonny Peralta
  • Xavier Scruggs
  • Kolten Wong
  • Peter Bourjos
  • Randal Grichuk
  • Matt Holliday
  • Jon Jay
  • Thomas Pham
  • Shane Robinson DL60

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$1.00 Colorado Rockies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/18/2016
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$1.00 Colorado Rockies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/17/2016
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$1.00 Washington Nationals at St. Louis Cardinals — 09/02/2015
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$2.00 Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/09/2016
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$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/05/2016
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$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/04/2016
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$2.00 San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/20/2016
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$2.00 Pittsburgh Pirates at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/07/2016
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$2.00 San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/21/2016
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$2.00 New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals — 08/23/2016
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Best and Most Expensive St. Louis Cardinals Tickets

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$4,000.00NL Wild Card Game: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/07/2015
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$1,793.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/31/2015
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$1,403.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 1 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/30/2015
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$1,261.00St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates — 04/03/2016
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$662.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 3 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 11/01/2015
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$450.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Game 3 (If Necessary) — 10/24/2014
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$444.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Game 4 (If Necessary) — 10/25/2014
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$429.00World Series: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Game 5 (If Necessary) — 10/26/2014
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$390.00NLCS: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/25/2015
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$333.00NLCS: TBD at St. Louis Cardinals - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/18/2015
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
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