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Redbirds Introduce Grand Slam 4-Pack
Package Includes Ticket To St. Louis Cardinals Exhibition Game, Two Fireworks Extravaganzas, & Carlos Martinez Bobblehead Giveaway
02/24/2014 1:16 PM ET

The Memphis Redbirds will open the 2014 season by hosting the defending National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals in a special Exhibition Game at AutoZone Park on Friday, March 28.

The Redbirds are introducing a Grand Slam 4-Pack that contains a ticket to the St. Louis Cardinals Exhibition Game, and three premium games during AutoZone Park's 15th Anniversary season in 2014.

To order, call the Redbirds at (901) 722-0299 or fax a completed order form (PDF) to our secured line at (901) 726-5502.

DAY DATE
TIME
OPPONENT PROMOTION
Friday March 28
7:05
St. Louis Cardinals Battle Of The Birds Exhibition Game
Saturday April 12
6:05
Iowa Cubs Opening Weekend Fireworks
Sunday May 25
6:05
Oklahoma City RedHawks Memorial Day Weekend Fireworks
Friday August 22
7:05
Sacramento River Cats Carlos Martinez Bobblehead Giveaway

 

Grand Slam 4-Pack Options


Club Level | $110 per seat | Available Seat Locations: Sections 201 - 219
Premium seats and the highest level of entertainment offered at AutoZone Park. Club Level seats feature the best view of all the action from the second level of the ballpark, and offer access to the air-conditioned Champions Club.

Dugout | $95 per seat | Available Seat Locations: Sections 100 - 112
Premium lower bowl seats located just off the main concourse that offer you a great view of the game along with easy access to concessions and restrooms.

Field Box | $75 per seat | Available Seat Locations: Sections 113 - 127
Premium lower bowl seats located off the main concourse beyond first and third base that offer you a great view of the game along with easy access to concessions and restrooms.

 

 

To order, call the Redbirds at (901) 722-0299 or fax a completed order form to our secured line at (901) 726-5502.

 

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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