Autograph tix for Winter Warm-Up go on sale

Autograph tix for Winter Warm-Up go on sale

ST. LOUIS -- Autograph tickets for the Cardinals' upcoming Winter Warm-Up event are on sale, with tickets for autographs from Yadier Molina ($100) and Adam Wainwright ($90) commanding the highest price.

Newcomers Jason Heyward ($60) and Mark Reynolds ($10) are among the players scheduled to attend a portion of the three-day Winter Warm-Up, which will be held Jan. 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch hotel. Tickets for Winter Warm-Up are already available for purchase at cardinals.com/winterwarmup.

Procuring a player autograph requires both a ticket for Winter Warm-Up ($40 for fans 16 and over; $15 for kids 5 to 15) and the specific player autograph ticket. Cardinals Care, the organization's charitable arm, is the beneficiary of all funds raised at the annual event. There are a limited number of autograph tickets available for each player.

Other current players scheduled to sign at Winter Warm-Up include Matt Adams ($25), Peter Bourjos ($20), Matt Carpenter ($50), Sam Freeman ($5), Marco Gonzales ($15), Randal Grichuk ($20), Matt Holliday ($75), Pete Kozma ($5), Lance Lynn ($40), Tyler Lyons ($5), Seth Maness ($10), Carlos Martinez ($25), Stephen Piscotty ($5), Trevor Rosenthal ($45), Xavier Scruggs ($5), Kevin Siegrist ($15), Sam Tuivailala ($5), Michael Wacha ($70) and Kolten Wong ($40).

Manager Mike Matheny ($40), bench coach David Bell ($5) and new assistant hitting coach Bill Mueller ($5) will also be signing. Former Cardinals managers Tony La Russa and Whitey Herzog will offer autographs for a $75 donation to Cardinals Care.

Other Cardinals Minor League players and alumni will be signing for free at various times.

To see the full list of signees, along with autograph costs and signing dates, visit cardinals.com/winterwarmup. Signing dates are still scheduled to change and additional players may be added to the list before the event.

Jenifer Langosch is a reporter for MLB.com. Read her blog, By Gosh, It's Langosch, and follow her on Twitter @LangoschMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.