St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

September 16, 2016

Cardinals announce postseason ticket sales for Wild Card and Division Series

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 16, 2016 – As postseason play approaches, tickets for potential Cardinals Wild Card and Division Series games will go on sale Tuesday, September 20 at noon CT.
                Based on the final standings, the Cardinals could host the National League Wild Card game on Wednesday, October 5, and Games 3 and 4 of the National League Division Series (NLDS) on Monday, October 10, and Tuesday, October 11, respectively.
                Tickets for the potential NL Wild Card and NLDS games will be available at, via phone at 314.345.9000, and at the Busch Stadium ticket windows on Street.
                In advance of the public sale, fans can also guarantee ticket access for all 2016 Cardinals Postseason games by placing a deposit on new 2017 season tickets.
Ticketing details for possible Tiebreaker, National League Championship Series and World Series games will be announced later in September.
For a full calendar of the 2016 MLB Postseason schedule, visit

Cardinals activate Trevor Rosenthal from 15-day D.L.

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 15, 2016 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight’s game in San Francisco that they have activated right-handed pitcher Trevor Rosenthal (right shoulder inflammation) from the 15-day disabled list.  Rosenthal, 26, had missed 47 games since going on the disabled list July 26.
Rosenthal is 2-4 with a 5.13 ERA and 14 saves in 40 games (33.1 IP) this season while striking out 48 batters.  The 2015 National League All-Star posted back-to-back 40-save seasons in 2014 (45) and 2015 (48) and is ranked 5th on the Cardinals’ all-time saves list with 110.

September 15, 2016

Cardinals activate Michael Wacha from 15-day D.L.

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 14, 2016 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to today’s game that they have activated right-handed pitcher Michael Wacha (right shoulder inflammation) from the 15-day disabled list.  Wacha, 25, had missed 32 games since going on the disabled list August 9 following his most recent start on August 8 vs. Cincinnati.
Wacha is 7-7 with a 4.45 ERA in 23 games started (131.1 IP) this season, winning each of his last five decisions dating to June 22.  
The 2013 National League Championship Series MVP and 2015 National League All-Star is 33-21 with a 3.55 ERA in 87 career games (81 starts).  He’s made six career regular season relief appearances, all in 2013, and was also used in relief in Game 5 of the 2014 NLCS, suffering the series-ending defeat.

Cardinals announce 2017 regular season schedule


ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 14, 2016 – The St. Louis Cardinals, in conjunction with Major League Baseball’s league-wide release, today announced their 2017 regular season schedule.
For the first time since 2011, the Cardinals are slated to open the season at home, when they will host the rival Chicago Cubs on Monday, April 3.  The Cardinals will also be home to close out the 2017 regular season  during a weekend series against Milwaukee (Sept. 29-Oct. 1) at Busch Stadium.
The April 3 season opener with the Cubs will be the first game of a three-game series (April 3 & 5-6) with the Cubs and a season-opening six-game home stand that will also include three games against the Cincinnati Reds (April 7-9).  The season opener against the Cubs will be the first between the two teams in St. Louis since 2000.
The Cardinals first road trip of 2017 will take them to Washington (April 10-12) followed by their first ever trip to new Yankee Stadium, as they will visit the Yankees for a three-game Easter weekend series (April 14-16) that will mark just their second interleague road series in the Bronx and their first since 2003.
The 20-game interleague portion of the 2017 schedule includes home-and- home two-game series with Boston (May 16-17 at Busch Stadium & August 15-16 at Fenway Park) and Kansas City (August 7-8 at Kauffman Stadium & August 9-10 at Busch Stadium).  The Cardinals will host the Toronto Blue Jays (April 25-27) and Tampa Bay Rays (August 25-27) at Busch Stadium and will play a three-game weekend series at Baltimore’s Camden Yards (June 16-18) against the Orioles.
In addition to their season opening series with the Cubs, the Cardinals will also host Chicago for a three-game weekend series May 12-14 and a four-game set (Sept. 25-28) during the final week of the season.
The Cardinals will play the Los Angeles Dodgers six times during a nine-game stretch from May 23-31, visiting Dodger Stadium for three games May 23-25 before hosting the Dodgers the following week (May 29-31).
St. Louis will be home for a total of 13 weekend series in 2017: April 7-9 vs. Cincinnati, April 28-30 vs. Cincinnati, May 12-14 vs. Chicago Cubs, May 19-21 vs. San Francisco, June 9-11 vs. Philadelphia, June 23-25 vs. Pittsburgh, June 30-July 2 vs. Washington, July 7-9 vs. New York Mets, July 28-30 vs. Arizona, August 11-13 vs. Atlanta, August 25-27 vs. Tampa Bay, September 8-10 vs. Pittsburgh and September 29-Oct. 1 vs. Milwaukee.
The Cardinals are scheduled to play 50 of their 81 home games before the July 10-13 Major League Baseball All-Star break, playing 15 home games in April, 15 in May, 11 in June, 16 in July, 11 in August and 13 in Sept.-Oct.   St. Louis will be home for holiday games on Memorial Day, May 29 vs. Los Angeles and Independence Day, July 4 vs. Miami.  
The Cardinals will make future announcements regarding game times, ticket pricing and ticket availability for the 2017 season.  To view the full 2017 regular season schedule, visit