St Louis Cardinals Tampa Tickets
The St Louis Cardinals will soon go head to head with another heavyweight, the New York Yankees during spring training. The Cardinals have been a force to be reckoned with over the years and they will look to reach the summit once again in the upcoming season. How they perform during spring training, leading up to the start of the regular season, might go a long way in helping them reach the top. A good preseason can help a side fly out of the blocks and the Cards will be looking to do that. Their encounter against the Yankees isn’t too far away now. Book your St Louis Cardinals Tampa tickets and watch them collide live at the George M. Steinbrenner Field.
The St Louis Cardinals will soon start their spring training and they will face the New York Yankees as part of it. The Cards will look to start their regular season campaign in the best way possible and getting some game time against strong opposition during preseason can help in that regard.
The Beginning For The Cardinals
The St Louis Cardinals were formed in the year 1882 and they made their mark for the first time just three years later by winning their first major title, a pennant. It did not stop there for the Cards however, as they went on to repeat the feat in each of the next three seasons to become a formidable opponent for everyone. Those four triumphs were the kind of start they needed and they went from strength to strength after that.
An Epic Legacy
The Saint Louis Cardinals reached the top for the first time in 1926, the year when they won the NL Pennant and the World Series title. Now they have got their hands on a total of eleven World Series titles, twenty three pennants and thirteen division crowns. Only the Yankees have won more World Series championships than them out of all the teams representing the National League.
Only the San Francisco Giants have won more NL Pennants than them as well. Now it is time for spring training and their clash with the Yankees. Book your St Louis Cardinals Tampa tickets and watch these two baseball giants take on each other live at the George M. Steinbrenner Field.