Fans voted excitement for the Cardinals after the season ended with tickets dropping

Post-season tickets went on sale Friday online. It can be purchased at the box office starting Monday.

Street. Lewis – Cardinals’ post-season tickets were officially on sale Friday, September 16th, and excitement was already building at Busch Stadium. Cardinals fans line up for tickets for what they expect to be a big Cardinals baseball weekend.

“I got four tickets for today, I got two tickets for tomorrow, and I’m waiting for a playoff,” Cardinals fan Keri Wafford said.

Fans are hoping to catch a glimpse of history this weekend.

“Pujols’ 700 number would be fine. My hands are getting up there, and I haven’t seen Wainwright yet this year. I’d like to see him, but I don’t think I get it today,” said Paul Eckert, a Cardinals fan.

Many fans hope first and foremost to see Albert Pujols hit 700 home runs.

“I want him to get to 700. I’d like him to get to 700. That’s going to get St. Louis there. It’s going to put them there. They’re going to be very excited,” Wafford said.

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Another fan, Dan McClain, said it was really fun to see Pujols play his final year in the sport as a Cardinal.

He said, “I love Albert coming back in his last season. You know, we’ve been going to games since I was little, and the time Albert came back here in 2006, when the stadium opened, I could see him here in the opening season. So it’s good to have him back.”

Fans hope to see the Cardinals after a season they will never forget.

“Very excited… Usually, we don’t do well when we have a better regular season in playoffs. So, hopefully we can change that,” Eckert said.

McClain said it could be a great run after the season.

“I think we’re taking our stride now. So I think we’re back to looking good and the team together, really excited about everything Albert is doing. And Molina and Wueno are, you know, Goldschmidt and everything that Arenado hits,” McClain said.

But of course, no matter how things go as fans say, they will always be there.

“I’m a ride or die fan, so I’ll go with them whether they lose or not,” Wafford said.

In-person ticket sales begin Monday, September 19. Buy tickets online here.

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