6 Cardinals-Themed Halloween Costume Ideas

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By Halloween night, the St. Louis Cardinals will either be the winners or the losers of the 2013 World Series.

Either way, we're expecting some epic Cardinals-themed Halloween costumes. (Now, if only we could find some Cardinals-themed jokes to tell! Help us out and leave yours in the comments.)

Here are six of our favorite Cardinals costumes, spotted during Game 3:

1. Wacha Wacha Fozzie Bear This is a tough costume to pull off, but it's oh so worth it! Get ready for a night of Redbird fans yelling, "Wacha Wacha!" as they give you high fives in honor of the rookie MVP.

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2. Go Cardinals Air Dancer No longer shall air-dancing inflatables only be used to promote car washes and mattress sales. Put a human inside and root for the Birds!

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3. A Boston Red Sox Player This is more of an idea than a full costume. We want to see someone with a fake beard, Vasoline in their glove and a Red Sox costume laying on their stomach in front of trick-or-treaters. Who's on it?

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4. A Cardinals Lobster This one gets major points for creativity. We just want to pour butter all over this thing.

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5. Team Doctor Try sneaking into the locker room in your medical gear and locker-room pass so you can see where else Yadier Molina is tattooed.

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6. Fancy Lady Bird Lady Show Boston how classy Cardinal Nation can be. We love this costume because of the nest of cardinals in her hair.

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Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.

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