Washington Nationals Saint Louis Tickets
With Washington Nationals and Saint Louis Cardinals going head to head this season, the talent of East and Central Division of Major League Baseball will be put to a test. Cardinals have won eleven World Series so far, and are regarded as one of the most successful franchises in the history of MLB. On the other hand, Nationals are no less capable and have played seasons that have been counted among the best in the history of baseball. Washington Nationals Saint Louis tickets for the upcoming match are now up for sale.
Baseball is a sport that dares you to love it and the game gets even more exciting when the teams like Washington Nationals and Saint Louis Cardinals play against each other. The match is scheduled at the home ground of Cardinals, Busch Stadium. It has a seating capacity of 49,375, and keeping the teams’ popularity in mind, fans are booking their Washington Nationals Saint Louis tickets for the game in advance.
Predicting who will be victorious this season is a tough task and the stakes are high. Washington Nationals are playing baseball since the late sixties and have had players who give a hard time to their rivals. Currently, the roster includes the very talented, Aaron Barrett, Drew Storen and Tony Tarasco. Also, since establishment, the team has been fortunate enough to have very capable managers, including John McLaren and Davey Johnson, with the win and loss percentage of 66.7% and 56.5%.
Saint Louis Cardinals were established in 1882, and since then have won nine Central Division titles and three East Division titles. Their list of achievements also includes nineteen NL and four AA Pennants. The Cardinals have had a number of players that were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, such as Joe Medwick, Lou Brock and Ozzie Smith. They are recognized as the tenth Most Valuable Franchise in MLB and were worth 716 million in 2013, according to Forbes. Their match against Washington Nationals is just around the corner. Get hold of your tickets to find out how they are doing this season.