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Cardinals’ Spring Training 2019 Home Schedule At Roger Dean Stadium Revealed

by Brian Ledford

As the St. Louis Cardinals are rolling into high gear with Major League Baseball’s recent league–wide reveal of the 2019 Spring Training schedule, the campaign is also underway for the Redbirds’ pre-season nest at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Florida.

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An occupant at the Palm Beach County compound since 1998, the Cardinals’ 18-game schedule launches February 23, 2019 against stadium roommate Florida and concludes in late-March against the Marlins. With six games against Florida scheduled, St. Louis will be identified as the visiting team for half of them.

During Spring Training, St. Louis has a trio of games with the Washington Nationals, a pair of contests with Houston and New York Mets, and solo games against Atlanta, New York Yankees, Detroit and Philadelphia.

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For Redbird Nation, the personal proximity to both last season’s starters and April’s roster potentials makes the trek to the Sunshine State a must-do for a fan’s bucket list. Non-diamond experiences, including the numerous beaches that are in close proximity to Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and the dining, shopping and entertainment venues that encompass the area, seal the travel deal.

Season tickets and individual tickets will go on sale shortly.


SAT 2/23 vs. Miami (As Visitors)

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SUN 2/24 vs. Washington

MON 2/25 vs. Detroit (Split Squad)

WED 2/27 vs. Atlanta

THU 2/28 vs. New York Mets

SAT 3/2 vs. Miami (As Home)

SUN 3/3 vs. New York Mets

FRI 3/8 vs. Washington

SAT 3/9 vs. Houston

MON 3/11 vs. Washington

WED 3/13 vs. Florida (As Visitor)

THU 3/14 vs. New York Mets

FRI 3/15 vs. Houston (Split Squad)

SUN 3/17 vs. Miami (As Visitor)

MON 3/18 vs. Philadelphia

WED 3/20 vs. Florida (As Home)

THU 3/21 vs. New York Yankees

SUN 3/24 vs. Florida (As Home)

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By trade, he is a six-time, regional Emmy Award-winning news videographer/editor for KTVI/KPLR-TV. By hobby, he is a writer for Arch City Media, dating back to February 2014. Emphasis is on featuring and promoting local women's sports, but will cover anything that is not reported by traditional media outlets. Also a contributor to local concert reviews.

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