Cardinals baseball caravan making stop in Local 6 area

One of the St. Louis Cardinal caravans will be making three stops in the Local 6 area this week.

Current, future, and former Cardinals players will be coming to the area as part of the 2015 Caravan.

They’ll first make a stop Friday at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois. They will be at the SIU Arena from Noon – 2:00 p.m. The event is free to attend.

Their next stop will be on Saturday at McCracken County High School in Paducah, Kentucky. The players will be at the school at Noon. You will have to buy tickets to see the caravan. Tickets are $5.

The caravan will then travel to the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. They will be giving out autographs during the SEMO vs. Tennessee Tech basketball game on Saturday. You must purchase a ticket to the basketball game to see the caravan.

At each stop the caravan will be implementing an autograph ticket system. The first 400 children 15 and under through the door on the day of the event will receive a free autograph ticket which guarantees one autograph from each current and former player. Autographs will only be available for children 15 or under.

For more information on the Cardinal Caravan, click here.

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