Proceeds from Batting Practice Jerseys, Worn by Members of the St. Louis Cardinals, to Benefit Cardinals Care
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 21, 2016 – Today, Cardinals Care, the charitable foundation of the St. Louis Cardinals, has announced the start of an 11-day online auction of commemorative St. Louis Blues-themed batting practice jerseys/sweaters.
The online auction, which begins today and continues through Sunday, May 1 at 11:59 p.m., features 31 autographed jerseys worn by the Cardinals prior to the club’s inaugural Blues Theme Night on September 21, 2015 at Busch Stadium.
Proceeds from the online jersey auction will benefit Cardinals Care in their mission to help kids throughout the St. Louis community. Those wishing to bid on the rare jerseys can do so by visiting www.cardinals.com/community.
|Available St. Louis Blues-Themed Batting Practice Jerseys|
|Matt Adams||Mitch Harris||Carlos Martinez||Kevin Siegrist|
|David Bell||Matt Holliday||Yadier Molina||Miguel Socolovich|
|Jonathan Broxton||Blaise Ilsley||Brandon Moss||Sam Tuivailala|
|Matt Carpenter||Derek Lilliquist||Jhonny Peralta||Michael Wacha|
|Greg Garcia||Tyler Lyons||Tommy Pham||Adam Wainwright|
|Jaime Garcia||John Mabry||Stephen Piscotty||Jordan Walden|
|Marco Gonzales||Chris Maloney||Jamie Pogue||Kolten Wong|
|Randal Grichuk||Seth Maness||Trevor Rosenthal|
Cardinals Care was established to give fans a way of teaming up with Cardinals players and the organization to help children in our community – both on and off the baseball field. Since it was established in 1997, Cardinals Care has distributed nearly $21 million to support St. Louis area non-profit youth organizations and built 21 youth ball fields in local under-resourced neighborhoods. 2016 marks the 13th year of Cardinals Care’s innovative Redbird Rookies program, a free baseball league for kids who otherwise might not have the opportunity toplay. In addition to providing all the uniforms, gloves, bats, balls and other equipment needed for each team, Redbird Rookies also provides extensive off-field support in the areas of health, education, mentoring and the cultural arts for each of the nearly 4,500 kids who participate in the program each year.