Cardinals Care, the charitable foundation of the St. Louis Cardinals, has announced the start of a 10-day online auction of commemorative St. Louis Blues Stan Musial jerseys worn and autographed by Blues players.
The auction, which began last week and continues through Monday, February 25 at 3 p.m., features five one-of-a-kind jerseys worn when the NHL franchise honored Stan “The Man” Musial before the Jan. 27 game at Scottrade Center. Musial’s grandson dropped the ceremonial first puck, and all Blues players wore jerseys with “Musial” and “No. 6” during pregame warm-ups.
The Cardinals’ auction includes the autographed jerseys belonging to Blues players David Perron, Brian Elliott, Kris Russell, Ian Cole and Jamie Langenbrunner. Proceeds from the jersey auction will benefit Cardinals Care in their mission to help kids throughout the Cardinals’ community. Those wishing to bid on the rare jerseys can do so by visiting the Cardinals’ website at cardinals.com/musialauction.
At the Jan. 27 game, the Blues auctioned several of the jerseys during a silent auction on the concourse. The Blues also recently auction Musial jerseys online. To date, more than $44,000 has been raised for the Blues 14 Fund and Cardinals Care.
“We are extremely grateful to the St. Louis Blues,” said Michael Hall, Vice President of Cardinals Care and Community Relations. “The Blues supported the Cardinals family during our time of need and are making it possible for Cardinals Care to help kids in our community, a cause close to the heart of Stan Musial.”
At the Jan. 27 game, the Blues auctioned several of the jerseys during a silent auction on the concourse. The Blues also auctioned jerseys online last month. To date, more than $44,000 has been raised for the Blues 14 Fund and Cardinals Care.
Cardinals Care was established to give fans a way of teaming up with Cardinals players and the Cardinals organization to help children in our community – both on and off the baseball field. Since it was established 16 years ago, Cardinals Care has invested nearly $18 million in helping children, including providing nearly $11 million in grants to over 800 non-profit youth organizations, and building 19 youth ball fields in neighborhoods in both Missouri and Illinois.