BUSCH STADIUM MEMORIES takes fans on a walking tour of Busch in this 45-minute show that airs immediately following Friday's Cincinnati Reds-St. Louis Cardinals telecast.
Shannon is the long-time radio voice of the Cardinals and recorded the first Cardinal hit and RBI at Busch, on May 12, 1966. Buck calls select Cardinals home games for FSN Midwest and is the lead baseball and football announcer for FOX Sports.
The show was produced by Brad Straubinger and edited by Chris Felt, with Joe Mazzola as cinematographer. Mark Hulsey serves as executive producer of FSN Midwest.
FSN Midwest, a regional sports television network, is the home to 110 regular season St. Louis Cardinals baseball games. FSN Midwest's coverage of Cardinals baseball continues into the playoffs on the Midwest Sports Report. Beginning Friday, FSN Midwest will telecast pre- and post-game shows live from a stage adjacent to the Plaza of Champions at Busch.
WHAT: BUSCH STADIUM MEMORIES television special
WHEN: Friday, Sept. 30, immediately following the Reds-Cardinals game
WHERE: On FSN Midwest
WHO: Hosted by Joe Buck and Mike Shannon
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