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Know about Busch Stadium Seating Chart

Know about Busch Stadium Seating Chart

Know about Busch Stadium Seating Chart

Busch Stadium Seating Chart

Busch Stadium Seating

The Busch Stadium is a baseball stadium located in St. Louis, Missouri and is the home field for the 2008 World Series Champions, the St. Louis Cardinals. The stadium is a part of Ballpark Village and is the third-largest stadium in Major League Baseball. The stadium has a regular-season capacity of 47,000 people.

To choose the best Busch Stadium seats for you, utilize the seating chart and seat views features. When you view some of the Busch Stadium tickets you may see some white notes and small icons next to them. These notify you of additional information like alternative shipping options. We’ve installed an interactive Busch Stadium chart that will allow you to search specific areas of the venue and find out how much prices are and how many tickets are available, but be cognizant that the chart layout changes depending on the type of event you’re viewing. Also, if you’re looking for details about suites, club seats, and general seats, there is a link alongside to the venue and city name that has all the information you need. (Source: www.vividseats.com)

New York Mets

The New York Mets are back for the first time this season with their first home game in March. Many fans missed the last game because of the snowstorm and will make their way to this back-to-back with a full team.

In the first season of the new stadium, the Cardinals hosted the San Diego Padres in Games 3 and 4 of the National League Division Series. On October 7, in the first postseason game at the new Stadium, San Diego defeated St. Louis 3–1. The Cardinals won the next night by the score of 6–2, clinching the series win. In the 2006 National League Championship Series the Cardinals hosted the New York Mets in Games 3, 4, and 5. St. Louis won Game 3 and Game 5, and eventually clinched their 17th National League pennant by defeating the Mets on the road in Game 7, 3–1. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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