5/14/2013 6:57 P.M. ET
WWE superstars to appear at ballpark Saturday & Sunday
Mick Foley & Bella Twins autograph signing Saturday. Chris Jericho ceremonial pitch Sunday
By / MLB.com
ST. LOUIS, MO (May 13, 2013) - The St. Louis Cardinals announced that several WWE Superstars will be at Busch Stadium this weekend as the Cardinals play the Milwaukee Brewers.
"We are excited to be able to offer our fans the opportunity to interact with some of the greatest names in WWE," said Dan Farrell, Sr. Vice-President of Sales & Marketing for the St. Louis Cardinals. "This is a great chance for our fans to meet, get autographs and have some fun with the WWE Superstars prior to WWE's Extreme Rules pay-per-view Sunday night at Scottrade Center."
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley™ and WWE Divas the Bella Twins™ (Brie Bella™ & Nikki Bella™) will sign autographs and take fan photos in the Ford Plaza on Saturday prior to the game. The free event begins at 4:45 and will last up until the start of the game. In addition, WWE Superstar Chris Jericho® will throw out a ceremonial first pitch on Sunday. Good tickets remain for both games at cardinals.com/tickets, the Busch Stadium Box Office and by phone at 314.345.9000.
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