St. Louis Cardinals Caravan Making a Stop in Bloomington in January 2024

St. Louis Cardinals Caravan coming to Bloomington in January 2024.

The St. Louis Cardinals Caravan is coming back to Bloomington!

Join Cumulus Radio Bloomington at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (10 Brickyard Dr. in Bloomington) on Saturday, January 13th starting at 4:30pm. Come out and experience the Cardinals Caravan!

Entry into the Cardinals Caravan is FREE for everyone.

Bring cash to purchase raffle tickets to win Cardinals swag. All proceeds from the raffle will benefit the ISU Baseball Team.

Join us as we talk baseball, meet current players, alumni, and broadcasters! There will be autographs for kids and fun for all Cardinals fans.

This year’s line up includes players Jordan Walker, Andre Pallante, Packy Naughton & Victor Scott II. Alumni Bengie Molina and Brad Thompson along with broadcaster Chip Caray.

Click Here for specific details for each city.

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