An Evening with the White Rat

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The St. Louis Cardinals are hosting a unique event for fans to get up close with Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog on Monday, May 16, at Busch Stadium.

As part of the event Herzog will tell stories and share insight into his 18-year managerial career during a 90 minute Q&A session with broadcaster Dan McLaughlin. In his 11 seasons as Cardinals skipper, “The White Rat” compiled an 822-728 record while leading the Redbirds to three National League Pennants, including the 1982 World Series Championship, and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

In addition to the program, fans that purchase a ticket will receive a baseball autographed by Herzog, 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 this once-in-a-lifetime event are $225 and can be purchased at cardinals.com/whitey.

The St. Louis Cardinals special events team (#CardsEvents) specializes in creating unique and memorable experiences. Since its opening in 2006, Busch Stadium has proven to be a versatile venue for events large and small. 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 public events and private functions ranging from small corporate gatherings to record-setting concerts and world-class sporting events. Learn more at cardinals.com/events.

St. Louis Cardinals Press Release

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