Prior to attending that evening's game against the Cardinals, we booked a tour of Busch Stadium. We really loved doing the tours at our stadiums, so we figured it would be even cooler to check out the tours other teams offered. The tickets were only $10/each and unlike the Yankees and Mets, the Cardinals allow tours up until 2:00 pm on days when the Cardinals have a night game (no tours when there are day games). The only downside of choosing a late tour on game day like we did is that you don't get to visit the locker room (for obvious reasons...let's face it. Serena probably would've spent time badgering Yadier Molina about how he felt he'd do that night for fantasy league purposes and Lisa would've spit on Carlos Beltran), so that was a little sucky to discover.
From here, we headed to our first club of the day: the posh Cardinal Club.
On our way out of the stadium, we passed two more items that amused us in particular. One was the 1982 World Series program on the wall, obviously commemorating the year of Serena's birth. She WAS the cutest baby alive after all.