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Details released on the Cardinals Caravan coming to the Heartland

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The Cardinals Caravan is coming on Sunday, January 17 to the SIU Arena in Carbondale and on Monday, January 18 to the Osage Center in Cape Girardeau and to McCracken County High school in Paducah.

Players and Alumni include: Matt Adams, Greg Garcia, Charlie Tilson, Dean Kiekhefer, Danny Cox and Al Hrabosky. The emcee will be Dan McLaughlin.

Cardinals Caravan start times include:

  • Sunday Jan. 17 Carbondale (SIU Arena Lobby) at Noon
  • Mon. Jan. 18  Paducah (McCracken County HS) Noon
  • Mon. Jan. 18  Cape Girardeau (Osage Community Center) 5:30 p.m.

The caravan will span a total of six states including stops in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana.

Altogether, more than 30 current and former players will embark on the journey, making stops in 21 cities from January 15 - 18.

As in previous years, the Cardinals will be implementing an Autograph Ticket system at each stop.

The first 400 kids (15 and under) through the door on the day of the event will receive a free Autograph Ticket which guarantees one autograph from each current and former player.

Due to high demand, autographs will only be available for fans 15 and under.

Tickets to the event in McCracken County, Ky. are $5 per person.  

All proceeds will support McCracken County Public Schools.

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