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2014 PR Winter Meetings Auction

Cardinals Auction Items

Meet the Cardinals 2015 All-Stars!

Bid on the opportunity to attend a game between July 24-August 2, 2015 (mutually agreeable date) and get your photo taken with the St. Louis Cardinals 2015 All-Stars. Winner will receive two tickets to the game, two 2015 National League All-Star batting practice jerseys and a photo opportunity with the Cardinals 2015 All-Stars.

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Show your support for cancer awareness/prevention with this great package!

Enjoy watching the game from the best location in the ballpark, two Cardinal Club seats behind homeplate on Sunday, April 19 (1:15 p.m. C.T.) vs. the Cincinnati Reds. Package includes two premium seat tickets, parking, buffet, and in-seat food and beverage service. In addition, this package includes a hand-quilted lap quilt with colored patches and ribbons representing the various cancer awareness groups. A member of the St. Louis Cardinals will meet the winner and hand deliver the quilt at the April 19th game.

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Can't make it to every game in 2015 to pick up your favorite promotional items? Get them here!

The winner will receive a complete set of the team's 2015 promotional items. Visit cardinals.com/promotionscardinals.com/promotions on your computer to see a list of 2015 promotions. Promotional sets come two separate times, mid-season and post-season.

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Proceeds from the 2014 PR-Winter Meetings Auction will go to LUNGevity in memory of Monica Barlow, the Baltimore Oriole's Director of Public Relations who lost her battle with cancer this past February.

Monica Pence Barlow

Monica Pence Barlow began her career with the Orioles in 1999 as an intern in the Public Relations department. She was later named Director of Public Relations in 2008, becoming one of the few women to hold that role in Major League Baseball. Monica passed away on February 28, 2014 at the age of 36 due to complications from non-small cell lung cancer. Monica continued to work and live her life to the fullest, even after her diagnosis of Stage IV lung cancer in August of 2009. She had a passion for the outdoors, animals (particularly her miniature Dachshund, Dasher), and for farming (she grew up on a farm in Port Republic, VA). Her husband, Ben, her faith, and her love of the Baltimore Orioles served as her inspiration.

Upon her death, Orioles Managing Partner Peter Angelos issued the following statement: "In her 14 years with the club, Monica was a beloved member of the Orioles family, starting as an intern and becoming Director of Public Relations. Over the past four and a half years, the work Monica did to raise awareness and funds for cancer research was a testament to her dedication to helping others. The strength and resiliency she displayed by not letting her illness define her was a great inspiration to all who knew her. Her loss will be felt deeply by not only our front office staff, but also our manager, players, and coaches, with whom she worked on a daily basis."

Proceeds from the 2014 PR-Winter Meetings Auction will go to LUNGevity in memory of Monica Barlow, the Baltimore Oriole's Director of Public Relations who lost her battle with cancer this past February.