The 34th Annual Quincy Town Center Baseball Card Show will take place on February 4th and 5th with two former St. Louis Cardinals making an appearance.

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Closer Jason Motte and Second Baseman Bo Hart will be the special guest at this year's cards show at the Quincy Town Center. Fans can see Motte on February 4th and Hart on February 5th at the fountain court. Cardinal fans that would like to get an autograph for both players can get FREE line tickets at 10 am on the day of each signing at the Customer Service Desk (while supplies last).

Jason Motte played with the Cardinals from 2008-2014 as a relief pitcher then went on to play for the Cubs, Rockies, and Braves and returned to St. Louis in 2018. Bo Hart started his major league career with the Cardinals in 2003 and even broke an MLB record when he hit .460 in his first ten games. He last played for the Cardinals on April 29, 2004.

The 34th Annual Baseball Cards Show will also have memorabilia for all sports lined up and down the town center. This is a free event for all sports fans to enjoy.

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