|Approaching Ball Park Village which is where the Hall of Fame is located.|
|Busch Stadium - Mama still prefers the look of the old Busch.|
|Busch Stadium as seen from Cardinal Nation - a restaurant.|
|This photo is one of the first things you see. See the dogs at the bottom?|
|They looked like greyhounds to the folks. It is easier to tell in person according to Mama.|
|The jersey belonged to David Freese. Half of it was torn off during the celebration.|
|Home base that Mark McGwire crossed when he hit his 70th home run in 1998.|
|Those were the days!|
|Model of the old Busch Stadium|
|View of part of the museum.|
|Jerseys of former managers: Herzog and Torre.|
|This was a very sad time in Cardinal history. Jack Buck died and 4 days later, Darryl Kile, pitcher, died in Chicago of a heart attack.|
After touring the museum, the folks ate lunch at the Budweiser Brew House. Mama said it was definitely more for the younger crowd. It is loud and many of the seats are bench seats. She needs a back to her seats because of her back. They were given a booth, so it was fine for her.
|Dad's burger had brisket on it.|
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The folks enjoyed themselves at the museum. It is nicely done. They went during the day when there was not a Cardinal game being held so it was not very crowded except for that busload of people. BOL!
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