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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    #101824
    RatsbuddyRatsbuddy
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    So, we are done with the Dodgers in 2020 by the middle of April???

    Still too much inter-league play. Need less inter-league play, cut down the 19 games against division opponents to around 14, and play a few more games against teams in your own league.

    r/Esteemed Rat

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    We only play the Cubs 5 games before the All-Star Break and 2 of those games are in London. 13 games after the break.

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    I agree with Rat on cutting back the interleague games. Personally I think there should only be six, which would be a home and home with your “natural geographical rival”. Ours would be KC. Most teams have a natural geographical rival from the other league but not all.

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    So, you were against Pujols coming to St. Louis?

    #102841
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    So, you were against Pujols coming to St. Louis?

    Absolutely. That contrived drama drove me bananas. Goold got at least 10 columns out of it.

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    No road trips up to the Tampa region next year is interesting. The longest trip appears to be Fort Myers.

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    gscottar, I hope you realize you may be in the minority about Albert’s visit. I did not care for the hype, either, and did not join in, but the fans overall seemed to enjoy the visit of Albert, Trout and the Angels immensely.

    BHC, the longest trip is to North Port, the new spring home of the Braves.

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    gscottar, I hope you realize you may be in the minority about Albert’s visit. I did not care for the hype, either, and did not join in, but the fans overall seemed to enjoy the visit of Albert, Trout and the Angels immensely.

    I am in the minority a lot of the time in relation to the “average Cardinal fan” so I am used to it.

    I like playing geographical rivals but that is about the only appeal interleague has with me.

    Games like Cards-Royals, Yanks-Mets, Nats-Orioles, Red Sox-Phillies, Rays-Marlins, Tigers-Pirates, Reds-Indians, Cubs-White Sox, Twins-Brewers, A’s-Giants, Dodgers-Angels, etc….all make sense to me. Most of the others do not.

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    BHC, the longest trip is to North Port, the new spring home of the Braves.

    Thanks Brian. North Port is about an hour north of Fort Myers. I was thinking it was closer. Still surprised there are no games against the Yanks or other Tampa based teams.

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    2020 promotions and giveaways have been announced.

    https://www.mlb.com/cardinals/tickets/promotions/2020

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    I wonder how many more promotions and theme nights they’re announce later? I didn’t see Pride Night, Christian Day, etc. listed.

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    Theme nights are announced separately. Last year, they did not do it until after Winter Warm-Up.

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    Ticket sales for the 2020 Cardinals season begin tomorrow, December 6, at 10 AM CT. Fans can purchase single-game All-Inclusive tickets or choose from a variety of five, six and ten-game holiday packs centered on popular promotional items, date preferences and key matchups.

    Tickets can be purchased online at cardinals.com/holiday, via phone at 314-345-9000 or at the Busch Stadium Box Office.

    (If last year is any indication, regular single-game tickets will not be made available until early February.)

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    ESPN announced its first half Sunday night baseball schedule. The Cards are scheduled three times.

    4/12 at Cubs (off Monday)
    5/3 at Brewers (play at home Monday)
    7/19 vs. Yankees (remain home Monday)

    Especially the away teams generally do not like these games because it delays their travel to Monday’s location. Here, it looks like a potential inconvenience for the Cards in one of the three cases.

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    Reminder that Spring Training individual game tickets go on sale tomorrow, Saturday, January 11 at 9 am CT.

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    Those two games in London cause the Cards to only playing the two games in five days. Its worse than the All-Star break. Not only that but from June 2nd to June 16th the team is on the road. That’s a rough stretch for the players. STL-off >PIT(4)> NYM(3)> 2off> London(2)> off> STL.

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    What’s a joke is we had to give up 2 home games to play this. Why couldn’t the cubs take one? My guess is the genius Manfred had something to do with it.

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    Does anyone want to attend every Cardinal home game for FREE!

    http://www.cardsconclave.com/2020/01/23/cardinals-hiring-2020-game-day-staff/

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    im not a fan of playing games in other countries. I wish the cardinals had stayed true to their self and stayed out of those type games. im also not a big interleague fan. not a fan of the wild card. still wish we just had east vs west. it set up perfectly. heck I even prefer the original format to what we have now. may try to catch the yankees while they are in town though. I like gscottars idea of only having rivalry interleague games. though I think they should send the cubs over to the junior circuit for that. put kc in our league. ill get to watch more cardinal game that away. only good thing about the London games. since we are playing the cubs, I wont be watching anyway.

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    2020 SINGLE-GAME TICKETS VIP PRESALE

    Single game tickets for the 2020 season go on sale this Friday, but as a valued Redbird Report subscriber, you are invited to participate in an exclusive presale on Thursday, February 6th.

    Presale Date: Thursday, February 6th
    Presale Time: 1:00 p.m. CT
    Password: PRESALE20

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    Single game tickets go on sale to the public Friday, February 7th at 10 a.m. CT

    Fans wishing to purchase tickets to three or more games can access tickets even earlier! The Cardinals Multi-Game ticket sale begins on Wednesday, February 5th at 10 a.m. CT.

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