Miles Mikolas Headlines Reliving History Event at Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum

Exclusive Ticketed Event Scheduled for September 23rd After Game vs. Giants

ST. LOUIS, Mo., September 18, 2018– The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum will host an exclusive Reliving History event with All-Star pitcher, Miles Mikolas on Sunday, September 23, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the museum in Ballpark Village.  As part of the event, Miles will discuss his baseball career, and his connection to our award-winning exhibit Goodwill Through Baseball: Cardinals Across the Pacific during a 45-minute Q&A session with KMOX Sports Director, Tom Ackerman. Matt Slater, Special Assistant to the GM, Player Procurement will also join the discussion to provide insight into how the Cardinals scouted Mikolas and brought him to St. Louis.

In addition to the program, fans that purchase a ticket will enjoy a photo opportunity with Mikolas, light appetizers, and a complimentary drink. This is the third Reliving History at the Cardinals Museum event.

Mikolas signed as a free agent with the Cardinals on December 5, 2017.  In his first season with St. Louis, Miles ranks among NL leaders in wins (15, T4th), winning percentage (.789, 2nd) and ERA (2.99, 6th).  He was selected by Major League Baseball to represent the Cardinals on the 2018 National League All-Star team, which he missed due to the birth of his twins on July 16th.

Tickets for this event are $40 or $30 for Museum Members, and can be purchased at cardinals.com/museum.

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