Cardinals offering batting practice with former players at Busch Stadium for a price

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The view from the penthouse at the new #1 Cardinal Way apartment building, offers a exquisite view of Busch Stadium, in St. Louis on Monday, October 26, 2020. The 29-story tower is part of a $360 million mixed-use neighborhood called Ballpark Village, with retail, restaurant and residential properties. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals are now allowing up groups of up to 10 people to take batting practice at Busch Stadium.

“Fans at Bat” includes a 45 minute batting practice session with two Cardinals Alumni players, an autograph from their Cardinals Alumni instructors and exclusive access to the Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum.

The instructors include 1987 National League champion Scott Terry, 1985 and 1987 World Series starter Danny Cox, 2011 World Series champion Kyle McClellan, and two-time All-Star third baseman Scott Cooper.

“Fans at Bat” is being offered on Sunday, March 21: Friday, March 26; and Saturday, March 27. This package costs $1,250.

Click here to register.

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