St. Louis Cardinals Host a Interview with Ozzie & Willie


The St. Louis Cardinals are hosting a unique event for fans to get up close with Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith and Cardinals Hall of Famer Willie McGee on Monday, August 3, at Busch Stadium.

                As part of the event, Smith and McGee will tell stories and share insight into their nearly two-decade-long careers during a 90 minute Q&A session with broadcaster Dan McLaughlin. Together, the fan-favorite duo played over 10 shared seasons in St. Louis including 1982 when they helped lead the franchise to a World Series Championship.

                In addition to the program, fans that purchase a ticket will receive a one-of-a-kind baseball autographed by both Smith and McGee, and enjoy a cocktail party on the warning track, a photo opportunity with the 1982 World Series trophy and dinner and drinks in the Redbird Club.

                Tickets for the exclusive event are $250 and can be purchased at

                An Evening with Ozzie and Willie is presented by Union Station Grand Hall.

                The St. Louis Cardinals special events team (#CardsEvents) specializes in creating unique and memorable experiences. Busch Stadium is a one-of-kind magical place that has proven to be a very versatile venue for events large and small since it opened in 2006. An iconic, uniquely St. Louis venue, Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals – – one of the most storied franchises in baseball. In addition to two epic World Championship celebrations, Busch Stadium has hosted over a thousand memorable experiences ranging from small corporate gatherings and team building outings to record setting concerts and world class sporting events. Learn more at


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