If these seats could talk... "What stories they would tell you and great experiences," said Vicki Bryant, VP of Event Services/Merchandising for the Cardinals.

Two World Series, 2006 and 2011, the 2009 MLB All Star game, the NHL Winter Classic, and the list goes on. These memorable moments at Busch Stadium kept fans on the edge of their seats.
And now those fans could actually own those seats.

She said, "These are a piece of history. These just aren't seats we pulled out. These seats have been here since we opened the ballpark. So they've seen so much history."

Two types seats were removed from the stadium.

"We have premium seats that have arms with a Cardinal bird and we have standard seats with regular arms," she said.

Premium, which sold out in minutes, cost $750 dollars, and standard, which are still available, cost $500 for the pair. They've all been authenticated with an MLB hologram.

"This is the first time we pulled seats out of Busch iii because fans were able to buy seats from old Busch Stadium, Busch ii, but now you can maybe have a companion pair," she said.

Hundreds seats were just removed from the right field terrace.

She said, "We took out the seats from an area in the ballpark to make way for a project next year... We're not ready to release all the details of a new area in the ballpark where the seats came from but I guarantee you it's gonna be a fun place you're going to want to spend some time at a ballgame."

The ultimate gift any cards fan would love to find under the Christmas tree.

To purchase, go to cardinals.com/seats.