Brewers Most and Least Expensive April Home Opponent on Cardinals Schedule

After making a few additions during the off-season, the St. Louis Cardinals is primed for another run at a World Series Championship. St. Louis added another talented offensive piece to its lineup by trading for outfielder Jason Heyward. Heyward, who is one year away from free agency, is one of the better athletes in baseball, but hasn’t put together a full-season of production. To secure Heyward’s services, St. Louis traded away one of its prized young pitchers, Shelby Miller. It was a bold move for a St. Louis team that values team controlled, high-upside starting pitchers. A big season from Heyward will help take the pressure off of Matt Holliday, Matt Carpenter, and Yadier Molina and ease the tension caused by trading away Miller. St. Louis’s ace, Adam Wainwright is dealing with a minor abdominal injury, but should be ready for Opening Day. To date, St. Louis is 9-7 in Grapefruit League play. An overview of April ticket prices is presented below.

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St. Louis will play 10 home games during April. According to TicketIQ, tickets on the Cardinals schedule have an average price of $63.51. Opening Day, which features an intriguing matchup against Milwaukee Brewers, on April 13th, features the highest ticket prices during April. The average price for Cardinals Opening Day tickets is $184.02 while the get-in price is $64. The next most expensive home game during April features a matchup against Cincinnati on April 18th. The average ticket price for this matchup is $84.48 while the get-in price is $15. The least expensive home game during April features a matchup against Milwaukee on April 16th. The average ticket price for this matchup is $37 while the get-in price is $2.

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St. Louis has one of the best rosters in baseball. St. Louis’s lineup is loaded with young, talented hitters while top talents encompass St. Louis’s starting rotation. After falling short in recent years, the pressure is on to win the World Series in 2015.

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