A group of demonstrators took to downtown St. Louis just outside of Busch Stadium on Saturday evening as the St. Louis Cardinals hosted the Atlanta Braves.
People were out with signs, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Those signs said things such as "This is what democracy looks like!" and "The whole damn system is guilty as hell!"
Protestors were motivated by several causes, according to a report by KSDK, including the Stockley Murder trial, the third anniversary of the death of Michael Brown and the violent riots that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.
Ballpark Village officials closed the entrance closest to Busch Stadium toward the end of the game because of the protesters, the Post-Dispatch reported.
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There were no arrests reported as of Sunday morning.