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St. Louis Cardinals vs Philadelphia Phillies Tickets 2024

  • The next St. Louis Cardinals at Philadelphia Phillies game is in 42 days on Friday, 05/31/2024 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.
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Cardinals vs Phillies Tickets 2024

The Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals have played against each other over 2,000 times. That is a lot of history between these two legendary Major League Baseball clubs. The Cards and Phils continue to play against each other during the regular-season, but can also meet on the field during the playoffs. The intensity of this rivalry is strong, so expect large crowds in attendance whether the game is at Busch Stadium in St. Louis or Citizen Bank Ballpark in Philly. When they meet in the postseason that intensity ratchets up a notch as both teams, and their fans, know that a trip to the 2024 World Series is on the line. If you love baseball, then do not miss your opportunity to see St. Louis take on Philadelphia in what should be a fun game to attend.

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Busch Stadium Information

  • Location: St. Louis, Missouri
  • Address: 420 South Eighth Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
  • Capacity: 48,681
  • Parking: Parking is available for purchase
  • Year Opened: 1996
  • Occupants: St Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals are one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball history, dating back to 1892 when they were named the St. Louis Brown Stockings. The team currently plays in Busch Stadium, which is actually the third ballpark that has carried that moniker over the club's history. In 1920, the team moved into Sportsman's Park, a venue they would share with the St. Louis Browns (who would later become today's Baltimore Orioles). In 1953, the stadium's name changed to Busch Stadium after owner Arthur Busch purchased the team. The team played there until 1966 when the second Busch Stadium was built in downtown St. Louis.

In 2006, the Cardinals used elements of the existing Busch Stadium to open a wholly modern structure that would increase seating capacity and offer an array of amenities to fans. This third version of Busch Stadium is the one that stands today, and locals and out-of-towners alike rave about its spacious concourses and myriad attractions. One of the most striking improvements of the new park was reducing the size of the center-field bleacher section - this helped to expand the sightlines of the ballpark and give fans an extensive view of the Gateway Arch and the rest of the St. Louis skyline. Families have the option of enjoying the Family Pavilion, an interactive gaming area with plenty of activities for children and adults alike. Busch Stadium also boasts a unique feature called Homer's Landing, an outdoor picnic area placed above the bullpen in right-center field that allows attendees to unwind during a hot summer day. Surrounding the stadium is an ever-growing district called Ballpark Village, which is filled with sports-themed bars, restaurants, and shops and is always a busy area during game days. Additionally, the Cardinals chose to place their team museum outside of the park, which allows fans to check out relics from the past year-round.

On the heels of their 11th World Series title in 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals always seem to be in the thick of the postseason race and have given their fans plenty of unforgettable memories. With a roster that's filled from top to bottom with high-end pitching talent and quality hitters, the Cardinals are looking to hoist their 12th World Series banner in the coming years.

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Citizens Bank Park Parking Passes

The Philadelphia Phillies are one of the original Major League Baseball franchises that trace their roots back to 1883 when they were dubbed the Philadelphia Quakers. The first major ballpark built for the team was the Baker Bowl, opened in Northern Philadelphia in 1887, and seated nearly 18,000 fans. The Phillies next venue came in 1909 when the team moved into Connie Mack Stadium, also known as Shibe Park. The team's odyssey would continue in 1971 when the squad moved into Veterans Stadium, which they shared with the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles. Finally, in 2004, the Phillies had a venue to call their own dubbed Citizens Bank Park, which has been the site of the team's resurgence over the late 2000s.

Citizens Bank Park is one of many cutting-edge ballparks built on the East Coast with a distinctive bowl-shape meant to pay homage to the Baker Bowl and Connie Mack Stadium. The spacious open-air concourses span the perimeter of the venue and give fans a view of the action from anywhere in the park. There are more than 20,000 parking spaces for those who'd like to drive to the stadium, but it is also linked up to Philadelphia's Broad Street subway line and many other forms of public transportation.

The Phillies took great pains to make Citizens Bank Park a family-friendly atmosphere, and there are games and activities for all ages. For children, eight years and younger is the Phanatic Phun Zone, a sprawling soft play area with slides, ball pits and places to climb. Outside of the park is Ashburn Alley, an extensive complex that features a retail store, sit-down restaurants, the Phillies Wall of Fame, and interactive baseball games for young children. This is also the place to be before the first pitch is thrown - there is a special platform above the bullpen area to allow fans to see pitchers from both teams warm-up before the day's action begins.Ever since the park opened, the Phillies have begun one of the greatest turnarounds in MLB history, which was given an exclamation point in 2008 with their first World Series title since 1980.

Fans attending a game at Citizens Bank Park can purchase parking.

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