St Louis Cardinals Atlanta Tickets
The St Louis Cardinals have just entered their August 2015 MLB season with 3-1 win against the Colorado Rockies. With an encouraging start for the month, the Cardinals are eager to take on any opponent in the League. The franchise has some of the most competitive baseball games on its calendar including the eagerly awaited faceoff with the Atlanta Braves. The Cardinals narrowly missed a three game sweep over the Braves in their last matchup in July 2015. The two are slated to meet again in three coveted games to be played at Atlanta. As baseball lovers rush to venues for information on the St Louis Cardinals Atlanta tickets and more, many are expecting the stadiums to be sold out quickly.
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Taking Over The Braves
The Cardinals are currently playing the San Francisco Giants at home and will then hit the road for a ten-game streak. The Braves are having a tough time keeping up with NL East rivals that have boosted their rosters with fresh talent. The Braves' farm system, loaded with pitchers, is not very good at hitting. They might have an efficient rotation, but the management has been worrying about the run support. Considering the upcoming match against the Braves, the Cardinals have been weighing their chances of victory. Many of the Braves' executives including John Hart have been planning a roster restructuring and the Cardinals have a good chance of taking over the Braves in the upcoming games. The two will hit the diamond for a three-game series at Atlanta's Turner Field, starting off Friday October 2. Grab the St Louis Cardinals Atlanta tickets and witness the best of baseball action in your city.
The St Louis Cardinals prepare to open the month of October with three easy games scheduled for October 2, 3 and 4, 2015. The franchise has recently acquired the former Braves' right fielder Jason Heyward last offseason, who is proving to be a valuable asset for the squad. The athlete averages to an impressive .286 with 37 RBIs and 9 home runs. With a versatile sportsman like Heyward, the Cardinals can defeat almost any team on the League.