ST. LOUIS — Willie McGee, the 1985 National League Most Valuable Player, will throw out the first pitch tonight.
McGee spent 13 seasons with the Cardinals (1982-90 and 1996-99) and was with the Red Sox in 1995, playing 67 games.
Prior to the first pitch, Hall of Famers Lou Brock, Bob Gibson, Ozzie Smith and 90-year-old Red Schoendienst will be introduced to the crowd. There also will be a tribute paid to the late Stan Musial.
Two-time Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat will perform the National Anthem.