Sponsors: Mercy, Great Southern Bank, Hiland Dairy, Price Cutter, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, KY3, Chevy Dealers of the Ozarks
Most Notable Players: Seth Maness, Steven Hill, Kolten Wong, Oscar Taveras, Matt Adams, Colby Rasmus, Trevor Rosenthal, Lance Lynn, Shelby Miller, Matt Carpenter
Springfield Cardinals Tickets
Springfield, Mo. may be known as the home of Route 66, but it is also home to a local Minor League Baseball (MiLB) team called the Springfield Cardinals. As a member of the Texas League, the Cardinals play AA-level baseball and have played at Hammons Field since 2005. As a part of the North Division, this team has seen its fair share of great managers, like Chris Maloney, Ron Warner, Mike Shildt, Dann Bilardello, Johnny Rodriguez and Joe Kruzel. Many notable players have played for this local team, helping achieve countless victories during their careers. The team mascot is a cardinal named Louie, who is typically geared up in baseball attire. Whether you want to attend an away game to support your favorite team while they are traveling or stay closer to home, you can see a Springfield Cardinals game by purchasing your tickets at StubHub.
What notable players have played for the Springfield Cardinals?
Every baseball team is only as good as the members that it is comprised of. The Springfield Cardinals have had their fair share of all-time greats. From making memorable catches at second base by Kolten Wong to Oscar Taveras, who was a player that is gone all too soon, the Springfield Cardinals have been graced by some of the best players in Minor League Baseball. Matt Adams contributed to one of the best seasons the Cardinals has ever seen in 2011, Trevor Rosenthal starred in the Texas League All-Star game and Matt Carpenter is known for being the heartbeat of this local team.
What is the Springfield Cardinals' schedule?
The 2020 season for the Springfield Cardinals will kick off on April 9th. Games that you will want to make sure you don't miss include the opening games against Midland on April 9 and Corpus Christi on April 12.
How big is the Springfield Cardinals' stadium?
Located in downtown Springfield, Hammons Field has a seating capacity of 7,986. These numbers include 2,500 seats available as General Admission. Completed in 2004 by local legend John Q. Hammons, this venue was initially built before a Minor League Baseball team was even secured. From the stadium to the concessions, Hammons Field has a modern vibe. You can chow down on a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos dog or all-you-can-eat nachos in the Red Bird Roost.
What kind of Springfield Cardinals game tickets are available?
Whether you are content enjoying the game from a grassy knoll or you prefer to be in box seats with a readily available buffet, Springfield Cardinals tickets are available to meet each attendees’ preferences. Individual baseball tickets are sold at multiple levels, from general admission on the grass outfield stretch to seats behind home plate. Theme nights often offer discount tickets or included add-ins for attendees at steep prices. The Redbird Roost features readily available food and drinks from great seats in a box. For attendees who just can’t get enough, a RedBird Access Membership is available. This membership offers unlimited attendance for a small monthly fee.
What promotional events can be expected at a Springfield Cardinals game?
A Springfield Cardinals game is like no other. Many games have theme nights that draw in crowds and provide additional gifts and experiences. Free ice cream on Hiland Dairy’s night at the ballfield is a fan favorite. Great Southern Bank sponsors a Brat and Hot Dog night that allows fans to partake in this fare at a severely discounted price. Bobblehead nights are common, allowing both children and adults to get a replica of their favorite Springfield Cardinals player.
Where can I buy Springfield Cardinals tickets?
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