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‘Turn 2 With Ozzie’ Fan Experience Returns to Busch Stadium

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‘TURN 2 WITH OZZIE’ FAN EXPERIENCE RETURNS TO BUSCH STADIUM

Event Gives Fans Unique Opportunity to Receive On-Field Demonstration and Turn Double Plays with 13-Time Gold Glove Winner & Hall of Fame Shortstop Ozzie Smith

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ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 7, 2024 – The St. Louis Cardinals have announced that registration for the one-of-a-kind “Turn 2 with Ozzie” on-field fan experience at Busch Stadium is now open at cardinals.com/ozzie.

Ozzie Smith; Turn 2 With Ozzie

As part of the hour-long experience, fans will receive an up-close fielding demonstration by National Baseball Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith on the Busch Stadium infield, followed by the unique opportunity to turn two double plays with the 13-time Gold Glove shortstop and another Cardinals alum.  Each participant will have their experience captured by a Cardinals team photographer with photos accessible afterwards via an online gallery.

In addition, each person will receive a pre-signed, autographed baseball by Ozzie, as well as an individual photo standing next to “The Wizard” and a voucher for two tickets to a Cardinals home game.

“To have the opportunity to turn a double play with the greatest shortstop in the history of our game is a fan experience like no other,” said Cardinals Director of Account Services and Alumni Relations, Joe Pfeiffer.  “It truly is a one-of-a-kind event that Ozzie only provides at Busch Stadium or in Cooperstown and we are thrilled to offer this to our fans again in 2024.”

Four one-hour sessions are available for registration on both Friday, May 31, and Friday, August 2.  Registration is $510 and will be limited for each session.  Registrants must be 10 years or older to participate.

Fans can register and learn more about the Turn Two with Ozzie experience at cardinals.com/ozzie.

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