July 5, 2017

Homestand Highlights - July 5, 2017

Wednesday, July 5, 2017 — Cardinals vs. Miami Marlins (7:15 p.m.)
Gates open at 5:45 p.m.

  • Game of Thrones Theme Night: Lord Dewitt, third of his name, is calling upon all Cardinals fans to join forces and enjoy Game of Thrones Night at the ballpark.  Fans who purchased this special theme ticket will receive an exclusive Game of Thrones-inspired Cardinals t-shirt.  Fans must present the voucher in order to receive this promotional item.  An official Game of Thrones Iron Throne will be on hand for photo opportunities.  For more information, visit cardinals.com/thrones (#CardsTheme).
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  • Trevor’s Troops: Trevor Rosenthal will host a group from USO of Missouri for today’s game as part of his Trevor’s Troops player ticket program.  Prior to the game, the group will get to watch batting practice from the field and meet with Trevor in the dugout to take pictures and ask questions.

·         Battle at Busch: 105.7 The Point and the Cardinals welcome back the Battle at Busch concert series.  The 2017 schedule features 18 local bands over the course of six nights, at six different Cardinals home games in Ford Plaza.  Tonight’s battle features Jack McCoy, O.O.P.A. and The Red Step Project.  Gate 6 will open at 5:00 p.m. for the event.  Performances begin at 5:30 p.m. with each act given 20 minutes to perform.  Each band will be judged on a point system by Mozingo Music and 105.7 The Point.  The top four scoring bands of the summer will be invited back to play on September 26 in the Battle at Busch finals for the grand prize package.  Tickets are available for $10.57 to each Battle at Busch game by going to cardinals.com/battleatbusch.

MLBPAA Auction: The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association will conduct a baseball-themed silent auction by Gate 1 (Section 137) and Gate 3 from the time gates open through the fifth inning.  All proceeds will benefit Cardinals Care and the Players Alumni Association, a non-profit group that strives to preserve the game of baseball while supporting a variety of charities.