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For the first time in six years, and only the fourth time in the nearly 2 decades of the modern millennium, the St. Louis Cardinals missed the playoffs in 2017. The perennial contenders for the World Series title have reached the very summit of the sport twice in the aforementioned time period, back in 2006 and 2011. All indications are that the Cardinals going into the 2019 campaign aiming to once again hoist the trophy in late-October or early-November. Indeed, St. Louis Cardinals tickets are going to be popular this year.
Any squad that runs as efficiently as the Cardinals obviously has a solid front office and coaching staff. The building of a successful franchise begins from the top down, and a talented roster that blends veterans and youthful talent is key to success over the course of a long and grueling 162-game, St. Louis Cardinals schedule.
The veteran that holds everything together out on the field continues to be catcher Yadier Molina, who may just find himself in the Hall of Fame someday. A resilient and scrappy infield includes second baseman Kolton Wong and third baseman Matt Carpenter. Outfielder Dexter Fowler is also an important piece of the puzzle. He is entering his second year as a Cardinal after six years with the Colorado Rockies, one year with the Houston Astros and two years with the Chicago Cubs. Closer Greg Holland is on board in St. Louis after six years with Kansas City and one year with the Rockies in 2017. He has converted 164 of his 180 save opportunities throughout the course of his career.
Pitcher Carlos Martinez goes into the year as the team's number one starter, with longtime overachiever Michael Wacha taking the ball in the rotation following him. Wacha is entering his sixth year in the big leagues and his sixth year as a Cardinal. He has an impressive career mark of 45-30 and a career ERA of 3.84. He only gives up a home run about once every 10 innings, and he typically strikes out three batters for every one he walks. This makes Wacha a very valuable pitcher and a big part of the Cardinals game plan in 2019.
Busch Stadium is a marvelous venue that is one of the most impressive in all of the major leagues. The iconic St. Louis skyline can be seen beyond centerfield, including the distinguished St. Louis arch. Fans can search seating charts and easily purchase Cardinals tickets that will put them wherever they want when the action unfolds this spring, summer and fall.