September 22, 2014

Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game

The final Cardinals home game of the season usually is cause for celebration, but for many St. Louisans, the September 21, 2014 game served as an opportunity to make a statement. On the day the Cardinals clinched a spot in the postseason, baseball fans and Ferguson protesters mingled in and around Busch Stadium as the Cincinnati Reds triumphed over the Redbirds 7-2. Protesters continued demanding justice and accountability in the case of Michael Brown, the eighteen-year-old man who was shot by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014.

Photos by Theo Welling for the Riverfront Times.

See also:
- Full Michael Brown / Ferguson coverage
- Ferguson Protest Fizzles Out at St. Louis Rams, Dallas Cowboys Game, Moves to Busch Stadium
- Photos: Rain Can't Dampen Cardinals Fever During Home Opener

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Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game
Cardinals Fans & Ferguson Protesters at Final Regular-Season Home Game