St. Paul Saints brings baseball, art together at CHS Field |

St. Paul Saints brings baseball, art together at CHS Field

Joe Mazan
Updated: May 10, 2021 07:07 PM
Created: May 10, 2021 03:43 PM

The St. Paul Saints play their home opener at CHS Field Tuesday night.

While players will be on the field, artists will also put their talent on display. 

The Saints have created a project to build a community and connection between artists. The team has partnered with the nonprofit The Show. The Show works with the club to have artists display their work inside the ballpark throughout the season.

"I think it says they get community, they get collaboration and they get the underdog," Winna Bernard, with The Show said. "Really says a lot about what the St. Paul Saints are all about. You know 'Fun Is Good, art is good, art is good for everyone,' so they really make that a priority."

The yearly Co Lab project winner is selected by Saints owner Bill Murray. It's named the Bill Murray Choice Award. 

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