Alternate Site Taxi Tees $17 Only Through October 14
Less than a week remains for Cardinals fans to jump on this limited-time t-shirt offer to show off Springfield's unique role in the 2020 St. Louis Cardinals season with our brand-new Alternate Training Site Shirt!
This one-of-a-kind, taxi-themed t-shirt and logo ties together Springfield and St. Louis after Hammons Field was utilized by Cardinals players--including names like Dylan Carlson, Nolan Gorman, Matthew Liberatore, Johan Oviedo, Carlos Martinez, Jordan Walker and many more--for over two months during the 2020 Major League Baseball Season.
Only available through October 14, you can secure your Cardinals Alternate Training Site Shirt as a part of a Theme Ticket Package today for just $17 to commemorate this unique moment in Cardinals history. Each package comes with one t-shirt and one Field Box ticket voucher to a 2021 Springfield Cardinals home game.
This is the ONLY 2020 season-themed apparel since Fly Together to come out of Hammons Field, so if you want to fill that giveaway gap between the 2019 and 2021 seasons, your Clydesdale-led chariot has arrived in the form of this shirt.
Available sizes range from S-XXXL ($2 add-on for XXL/XXXL) and are only available while supplies last. Designated drive-by pick-up time blocks will be announced once the shirts are available for pick-up. Items can also be shipped for an additional charge.
• Discuss this story on the Texas League message board...
Texas League Stories from October 7, 2020
- Alternate Site Taxi Tees $17 Only Through October 14 - Springfield Cardinals
- Tulsa Opera to Perform at ONEOK Field - Tulsa Drillers
- Cardinals, Missouri Lottery Name September Teacher of the Month - Springfield Cardinals
- Naturals to Host the Kansas City Royals in An Exhibition Game at Arvest Ballpark - Northwest Arkansas Naturals
- Soddies Saturday Spooktacular to Bring Halloween to Downtown Amarillo - Amarillo Sod Poodles
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.