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Most season ticket holders will have to pay more for their 2014 Cardinal's tickets. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that overall season tickets will see an average increase of 4.1 percent. Club president Bill DeWitt-the-third told the paper that 83 percent of season ticket prices will go up, more than half by one dollar a game.
The team is also redrawing the section map in response to data showing high demand for certain sections.
About 22,000 season ticket holders will receive their renewal notices over the next few days.
Individual game tickets go on sale February 28th.
A St. Louis man is in custody and facing charges for making a terrorist threat.
The Post-Dispatch reports that Robert Metzinger posted the threats on his Twitter accounts. Police say the tweets implied that Metzinger was going to use a pressure cooker as an explosive device, similar to the devices used in the Boston Marathon bombings, in or around Busch Stadium. Metzinger posted bail and has been released.
His next court appearance is scheduled for late November.
St. Louis Police are warning baseball fans to watch out for counterfeit World Series tickets.
Police say two men are wanted for allegedly selling counterfeit tickets to Cardinals fans in two separate incidents Saturday afternoon.
Images of both were caught by surveillance cameras downtown.
Anyone who recognizes either man is asked to call St. Louis Police at (314) 444-5627.
The Westboro Baptist Church has announced plans to picket Games 3 and 4 of the World Series at Busch Stadium this weekend.
The Kansas-based church has been banned in some states from protesting near the funerals of servicemen and women and is known for disrupting services of private citizens as well.
The church is calling for protesters to demonstrate against "the worthless strutting peacocks of these two baseball teams...glorifying themselves instead of God".
St. Louis city police have said security downtown will be heightened for the Fall Classic.
Police Chief Sam Dotson met Monday with officials from the FBI, ATF, Homeland Security, and the Missouri Highway Patrol to discuss extra safety measures.