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Home of St. Louis Cardinals, 1966 to present

(Also known as Civic Center Stadium 1966 and Busch Memorial Stadium 1966 to 1982)

BUILT: 1966 (Busch Stadium II built in 2006)

CAPACITY: 46,861 (Busch II)

Busch Memorial Stadium, circa 1970

FIRST GAMES: Busch I: May 12, 1966, vs. Atlanta Braves (Cardinals 4, Braves 3, 12 innings).

Busch II: April 10, 2006 vs. Milwaukee Brewers (Cardinals 6, Brewers 4)

LAST GAME: Busch I: October 19, 2005 vs. Houston Astros (Astros 5, Cardinals 1 - NLCS)

Close-up of the scoreboard at new Busch stadium
Old Busch stadium in 2000.

OTHER OCCUPANTS: St. Louis Cardinals (NFL), 1966 to 1987; St. Louis Rams (NFL), 1995

LONGEST HOME RUN: Busch II - 449 ft. to left by Dan Uggla

The St. Louis Cardinals played their final game in Busch Stadium during the 2005 NLCS. In 2006, the club started to play in a new park of the same name located adjacent to the previous stadium.

AERIAL VIEW: View Busch Stadium in Google Earth

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