8/1/2014 11:54 A.M. ET
Tickets on sale for Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Edmonds, McGee, Shannon & Marion to be enshrined as First Induction Class in new HOF Ceremony takes place inside Fox Sports Midwest Live! At Ballpark Village on August 16th at 10:30 AM
By / MLB.com
The St. Louis Cardinals announced tickets for the 2014 Cardinals Hall of Fame induction ceremony, presented by Edward Jones, will go on sale today at 10 a.m.
The 2014 class honors Jim Edmonds, Marty Marion, Willie McGee and Mike Shannon.
The event, open to fans of all ages, will take place inside Fox Sports Midwest Live! at Ballpark Village on Saturday, August 16 at 10:30 a.m., with doors opening at 9:30 a.m.
Tickets for the event cost $18.00 per person and are general admission-standing room only. Each ticket holder will receive a special Hall of Fame Induction Day issue of the Cardinals Gameday Magazine and a limited edition print of the 2014 inductees.
Fans can purchase tickets online by visiting www.cardinals.com/hof.
The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame
The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame was established as a way to recognize the exceptional careers and significant achievements of the greatest players in Cardinals history, as well as those who have made exceptional contributions to the organization. Each member of the Cardinals Hall of Fame is permanently enshrined in the new Cardinals Hall of Fame Gallery presented by Edward Jones that is located on the second floor of Cardinals Nation in Ballpark Village, just outside the entrance to the team's new museum. The Hall of Fame Gallery is free and open to the public. On Opening Day 2014, the Cardinals dedicated the Hall of Fame with an Inaugural Class, consisting of 22 Cardinals who are either enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame as Cardinals or whose number has been retired by the club. The 2014 Induction Class is the first class to be inducted into the new Hall of Fame that was selected via a formal process which includes fans, baseball experts and the team.
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