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Missouri baseball team offers free tickets for St. Louis Rams gear

Rams Fan Sends Team Owner Stan Kroenke Poop

The past week has been a rough one for fans of the former St. Louis Rams. After a vote by the NFL owners, the team will be moving to Los Angeles, CA, for next season and will become the Los Angeles Rams.

There has obviously been some backlash from the fans of the Rams, mostly ones who have been loyal to the team for two decades.

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With fans likely tossing their Rams merchandise away, the River City Rascals, an independent Missouri baseball team, is trying to entice them to get something for their gear. They announced a "T-Shirt Tradeoff", which involves fans bringing their Rams jersey and/or T-shirt to the Rascals' stadium in exchange for two tickets to any Rascals game in 2016, along with a team T-shirt.

The Rascals will also be giving away the traded in gear to people in need of clothing.

This situation helps all parties out. Fans of the former St. Louis Rams can give away their gear while getting tickets and a T-shirt in return. They are also helping out people who may not be able to afford the proper clothing needed, especially during the winter season.

[h/t The Score]

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CHARLOTTE, NC - JANUARY 17: Greg Olsen #88 of the Carolina Panthers makes a touchdown reception during the second quarter of the NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the Seattle Seahawks at Bank of America Stadium on January 17, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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