The 2023 Promotional Schedule is here!
Opening Day on Thursday, April 6 is just 8 days away, and we're excited to unveil our Promotional Schedule for the 2023 season! Individual Game Tickets are available right now at SpringfieldCardinals.com, by calling (417) 863-0395 or visiting us at the Cardinals Front Office at Hammons Field from Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
Hammons Field purchase final, City of Springfield now owns stadium and adjacent parking lots
Springfield, MO - The Springfield Cardinals are excited to share the City of Springfield's announcement today that the City's purchase of Hammons Field has been finalized. The City of Springfield is the new owner of Hammons Field and the parking lots across Trafficway from the ballpark. More information about parking
FREE St. Louis Cardinals Opening Day Watch Party on Thursday, March 30!
Few things are as special as Opening Day of Cardinals Baseball in St. Louis, which is why we're partnering with the City of Springfield to invite all fans to our FREE Opening Day Watch Party on the Hammons Field Video Board on Thursday, March 30. Pick your favorite spot in
Individual Game Tickets on sale right now!
Opening Day on Thursday, April 6, is just around the corner, and you can get Individual Game Tickets for all 69 home games this season right now! Fans can order tickets right now by clicking the link below, calling (417) 863-0395 or visiting us at the Cardinals Front Office at
Lars Nootbaar “Grind the Pepper” Bobbleheads unveiled - Guarantee yours now before they sell out!
From St. Louis to Japan and coming to Springfield on Saturday, August 5. Get ready to #GRINDTHEPEPPER this season with a Vision Clinic Lars Nootbaar "Grind the Pepper" Bobblehead! 2,000 fans will get one at August 5 game, but you can guarantee your Vision Clinic Lars Nootbaar “Grind the Pepper”
Scott Bailes rejoins Cardinals Front Office
March 8, 2023 Springfield, MO - The Springfield Cardinals are excited to announce that former Major League pitcher, former Missouri State Bear and former Cardinals staff member Scott Bailes is rejoining the Springfield Front Office. Bailes's addition to the Cardinals Front Office follows the City of Springfield's announcement of their
Cardinals Announce 2023 Springfield Coaching Staff
Springfield, MO -- The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the 2023 Coaching Staff for Springfield, with Jose Leger returning as the Manager for the third straight season. Joining Leger in the dugout and new to the Cardinals coaching staff is Pitching Coach Eric Peterson, Hitting Coach Brock Hammit, who is
2023 Promo Announcement: Cardinals Legends Bobbleheads!
Yadier Molina. Albert Pujols. Adam Wainwright. A legendary trio unlike any other, and they are coming to Hammons Field in 2023 as connecting bobbleheads! That's right -- these are the exact same bobbleheads featured at Busch Stadium last season! Fans will have another opportunity to celebrate the Hall of Fame
Lars Nootbaar, Zack Thompson and Gordon Graceffo headline Cardinals Caravan at Hammons Field
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The St. Louis Cardinals Caravan is returning to Springfield on Friday, January 13, for the first time since 2020! The Caravan will be held in the Cardinals Indoor Training Facility and is scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. with doors opening at 12:00 p.m. Lunch will be
Springfield Cardinals Baseball moves to 106.7 The River
Springfield, Mo. -- The Springfield Cardinals and SummitMedia are excited to announce a brand-new partnership that makes 106.7 The River the new radio home of Springfield Cardinals Baseball. Janelle Moffett, SummitMedia Springfield President & General Manager says, “Springfield Cardinals baseball is part of the fiber of our community. Their commitment
Gomez, Walker and Graceffo sweep STL Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year awards
Springfield, MO -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced on Tuesday that a trio of Springfield Cardinals have swept St. Louis's 2022 Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year awards. Springfield Cardinals OF Moises Gomez and 3B/OF Jordan Walker have been named the organization's Minor League Co-Players of the Year,
Cardinals unveil brand-new Marvel-inspired logo
Springfield, MO -- Calling all Marvel AND Cardinals fans! The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here! The Springfield Cardinals are excited to unveil their brand-new Marvel-inspired team logo as part of Marvel’s “Defenders of the Diamond” program for the 2023 season. A valiant and heroic Redbird Emblem, the
Moises Gomez named Texas League MVP, Jordan Walker named Top MLB Prospect, Both named All-Stars
Springfield, MO -- Minor League Baseball announced on Tuesday that Springfield Cardinals OF Moises Gomez has been named the 2022 Texas League Most Valuable Player, becoming the fourth player in team history to capture the league's MVP/Player of the Year award. 3B/OF Jordan Walker was also named the Texas League's
Springfield Cardinals release their 2023 schedule!
Springfield, MO -- The Springfield Cardinals are excited to unveil their 2023 Schedule and Game Times, so mark your calendars and get ready for another fun-filled season of Springfield Cardinals Baseball! The Cardinals open the 2023 season at home with a three-game series against the Wichita Wind Surge (Minnesota Twins)
Cardinals close season with 7-2 win and series victory
Tulsa, OK - The Springfield Cardinals (37-32, 68-70) won the season finale, 7-2, against the Tulsa Drillers (29-40, 69-67) on Sunday night at ONEOK Field, closing the 2022 Regular Season with a series victory in Tulsa, 4-games-to-2. *Decisions: *W - LHP Domingo Robles (5-5) L - LHP John Rooney (4-7)
Drillers snap skid with 7-3 win against Cards
Tulsa, OK - The Tulsa Drillers (29-39, 69-66) snapped the Springfield Cardinals (36-32, 67-70) three-game winning streak with a 7-3 victory on Saturday night at ONEOK Field. *Decisions: *W - LHP Alec Gamboa (11-4) L - RHP Edgar Escobar (7-12) *Notables: *DH Nick Dunn went 2x4 with an RBI double
Cardinals outlast Drillers, 7-5, in 10 innings
Tulsa, OK - The Springfield Cardinals (36-31, 67-69) took their third straight win against the Tulsa Drillers (28-39, 68-66) with a 7-5 victory in 10 innings on Friday night at ONEOK Field. *Decisions: *W - RHP Connor Lunn (4-7) L - RHP Guillermo Zuniga (4-4) S - RHP Dalton Roach
Graceffo nearly perfect; Cards blank Drillers, 8-0
Tulsa, OK - RHP Gordon Graceffo retired his first 17 batters in a row, carrying the perfect game bid into the 6th inning and guiding the Springfield Cardinals (35-31, 66-69) to the 8-0 shutout win against the Tulsa Drillers (28-38, 68-65) on Thursday night at ONEOK Field. Decisions: W -
Rodriguez and Cards slam Drillers, 12-6
Tulsa, OK - The Springfield Cardinals (34-31, 65-69) hit a grand slam for the second straight day, this time from DH Julio Rodriguez, helping power the Cards to the 12-6 win against the Tulsa Drillers (28-37, 68-64) on Wednesday afternoon at ONEOK Field. Decisions: W - RHP Logan Gragg (1-1)
Redmond hits 4th slam of season; Drillers take opener, 9-7
Tulsa, OK - DH Chandler Redmond powered his fourth grand slam of the season, more than three other teams have in the Texas League this year, but the Tulsa Drillers (28-36, 68-63) out-slugged the Springfield Cardinals (33-31, 64-69), 9-7, on Tuesday night at ONEOK Field. *Decisions: *W - RHP Gus
Cardinals win 3rd straight in front of largest crowd of the year
Springfield, MO – The Cardinals (32-29, 63-67) won their third in a row in front of 6,783 fans, the largest crowd of the season, taking down San Antonio (28-34, 66-63) Saturday night 8-6 at Hammons Field. Decisions: W: RHP Kyle Leahy (10-7) L: LHP Jackson Wolf (0-1) Notables: -RHP Kyle
Graceffo hot on the mound, Cards win 6-5
Springfield, MO – Another game ends in the W column for the Cardinals (32-29, 63-67) as they took down the Missions (28-33, 66-62) at Hammons Field Friday Night 6-5 in front of over 5,400 fans. Decisions: W: RHP Gordon Graceffo (6-4) L: RHP Thomas Eshelman (3-5) S: RHP Andre Granillo
Cards down Missions 6-3
Springfield, MO – The Cardinals (31-29, 62-67) bounce back from a 3-game skid to down the Missions (28-31, 66-60) Thursday night 6-3 at Hammons Field, thanks to a two-run home run by Aaron Antonini to give Springfield some much-needed insurance runs. Decisions: W: RHP Dalton Roach (6-8) L: RHP Seth
Missions shut out Cards 7-0
Springfield, MO – The Springfield Cardinals (30-29, 61-67) avoided falling victim to a no-hitter, but were shut out by the San Antonio Missions (28-31, 66-60) Wednesday night 7-0 at Hammons Field. Decisions: W: RHP Henry Henry (4-0) L: RHP Michael McGreevy (6-4) Notables: -LF Justin Toerner broke up the Missions’
Cardinals Drop Series Opener to Missions 8-4
Springfield, MO – The Cardinals (30-28, 61-66) drop the series opener against the San Antonio Missions (27-31, 65-60) Tuesday night 8-4 at Hammons Field. Both teams had 11 hits with 10 runners left on base, but the Missions found a way to capitalize. Decisions: W: RHP Grant Gavin (2-0) L: