Cardinals Vs. Redbirds Exhibition Game Cancelled Due To Weather
(Memphis) The St. Louis Cardinals versus Memphis Redbirds exhibition game was cancelled Friday night due to weather.
“We are very disappointed that we have to cancel tonight’s exhibition game, but we have a responsibility to ensure that our players have safe playing conditions,” said Cardinals General Manager John Mozeliak. “We enjoy such great fan support in Memphis and today was especially exciting with the purchase of the Memphis Redbirds.”
The teams will schedule an exhibition game next season. Details about the game will be released when the Cardinals announce the 2015 spring training schedule.
Fans who bought tickets from the Redbirds should mail or take their tickets to the Autozone Park box office starting Monday.
They will receive a voucher for a ticket to a 2014 Cardinals game at Busch Stadium, as well as credit for 2014 Redbirds tickets of equal value to the exhibition tickets.
Exchanges must be made within 30 days.
If you purchased a special ticket pack, you will receive a credit equal to the value of your exhibition game tickets.
More information about tickets:
Fans wishing to receive a refund for tickets purchased to the 2014 Memphis Redbirds vs. St. Louis Cardinals game scheduled for March 28th can return the original tickets to AutoZone Park for a refund of the ticket price within 30 days. Refunds will be issued to the original ticket buyer via the original payment method. Tickets purchased with a credit or debit card will have a credit issued to the same card and tickets paid with cash or check will be issued a refund check from the Memphis Redbirds. Credit/Debit Card refunds will appear on customer accounts within 7 days of ticket return. Check refunds will be issued within 30 days of ticket return.
Tickets not presented within 30 days will automatically be mailed the Cardinals voucher and issued a 2014 Redbirds ticket credit. Consistent with current Redbirds exchange policy, credits will not be available for use for July 4, 2014 game.