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St. Louis Cardinals

SPORTS FRANCHISE

Founded 1882 as the St. Louis Brown Stockings. Renamed St. Louis Perfectos in 1899, but more popularly called the Cardinals for their red uniforms. Officially became the St. Louis Cardinals in 1900.

National League champions in 1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987, 2004, 2006, and 2011. Won the World Series in 1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, and 2011.

Official Website:
http://www.stlcardinals.com/

Location:
St. Louis, MO

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Babe Adams
Baseball
18-May-1882 27-Jul-1968 Pitcher, Pittsburgh Pirates
Grover Cleveland Alexander
Baseball
26-Feb-1887 4-Nov-1950 Pitcher, 373 career wins
Dick Allen
Baseball
8-Mar-1942   Outspoken MLB slugger
Walter Alston
Baseball
1-Dec-1911 1-Oct-1984 Longtime Manager, Brooklyn/LA Dodgers
Andrew N. Baur
Business
25-Apr-1944 20-Feb-2011 Southwest Bank of St. Louis
Bobby Bonds
Baseball
15-Mar-1946 23-Aug-2003 Father of Barry Bonds
Bobby Bonilla
Baseball
23-Feb-1963   NY Mets right fielder
Jim Bottomley
Baseball
23-Apr-1900 11-Dec-1959 St. Louis Cardinal, Hall-of-Famer
Stephen Brauer
Business
1945   US Ambassador to Belgium, 2001-03
Lou Brock
Baseball
18-Jun-1939   Stole 938 bases
Mordecai Brown
Baseball
19-Oct-1876 14-Feb-1948 Three Finger Brown
Jesse Burkett
Baseball
4-Dec-1868 27-May-1953 The Crab, MLB Hall of Famer
Steve Carlton
Baseball
22-Dec-1944   Winner of four Cy Young Awards
Orlando Cepeda
Baseball
17-Sep-1937   MLB first baseman
Will Clark
Baseball
13-Mar-1964   SF Giants 1st Baseman, 1986-93
Vince Coleman
Baseball
22-Sep-1960   St. Louis Cardinal, base stealer
Mike Cuellar
Baseball
8-May-1937 2-Apr-2010 1969 Cy Young Award Winner
Alvin Dark
Baseball
7-Jan-1922   Retired MLB Shortstop and Manager
Eric Davis
Baseball
29-May-1962   Former Cincinnati Reds Outfielder
Dizzy Dean
Baseball
16-Jan-1910 17-Jul-1974 MVP in 1934, won two World Series
William O. DeWitt, Jr.
Business
31-Aug-1941   Reynolds DeWitt & Co.
Larry Dierker
Baseball
22-Sep-1946   Houston Astros Manager, 1997-2001
J. D. Drew
Baseball
20-Nov-1975   Boston Red Sox
Leo Durocher
Baseball
27-Jul-1905 7-Oct-1991 Leo the Lip
Dennis Eckersley
Baseball
3-Oct-1954   Hall of Famer, renowned pitcher
Jim Edmonds
Baseball
27-Jun-1970   Gold Glove centerfielder
Curt Flood
Baseball
18-Jan-1938 20-Jan-1997 Tried to topple MLB's antitrust exemption
Frankie Frisch
Baseball
9-Sep-1898 12-Mar-1973 2880 hits with .316 batting average
Joe Garagiola
Baseball
12-Feb-1926   St. Louis Cardinal turned sportscaster
Bob Gibson
Baseball
9-Nov-1935   Two-time Cy Young Award winner
Joe Girardi
Baseball
14-Oct-1964   Manager, New York Yankees
Dick Groat
Baseball
4-Nov-1930   Shortstop, 1960 National League MVP
Harvey Haddix
Baseball
18-Sep-1925 8-Jan-1994 MLB pitcher
Keith Hernandez
Baseball
20-Oct-1953   Mets first baseman
Whitey Herzog
Baseball
9-Nov-1931   The White Rat
Rogers Hornsby
Baseball
27-Apr-1896 5-Jan-1963 The Raj
Miller Huggins
Baseball
27-Mar-1879 25-Sep-1929 Yankees Manager, 1918-29
Clint Hurdle
Baseball
30-Jul-1957   Manager, Pittsburgh Pirates
Darrell Johnson
Baseball
25-Aug-1928 3-May-2004 Red Sox, Mariners manager
Jim Konstanty
Baseball
2-Mar-1917 11-Jun-1976 National League 1950 MVP
Carney Lansford
Baseball
7-Feb-1957   MLB 3rd Baseman, 1978-92
Tony LaRussa
Baseball
4-Oct-1944   Manager, St. Louis Cardinals, 1996-2011
Roger Maris
Baseball
10-Sep-1934 14-Dec-1985 Broke Babe Ruth's home run record
Pepper Martin
Baseball
29-Feb-1904 5-Mar-1965 St. Louis Cardinals
Tino Martinez
Baseball
7-Dec-1967   Former Yankees first baseman
Gene Mauch
Baseball
18-Nov-1925 8-Aug-2005 MLB Manager
John McGraw
Baseball
7-Apr-1873 25-Feb-1934 NY Giants manager for 30 years
Mark McGwire
Baseball
1-Oct-1963   583 home runs
Joe Medwick
Baseball
24-Nov-1911 21-Mar-1975 MLB Hall of Famer
Minnie Minoso
Baseball
29-Nov-1922   The Cuban Comet
Stan Musial
Baseball
21-Nov-1920 19-Jan-2013 St. Louis Cardinals
Albert Pujols
Baseball
16-Jan-1980   Los Angeles Angels hitter
Branch Rickey
Baseball
20-Dec-1881 9-Dec-1965 Longtime Baseball GM
Lee Smith
Baseball
4-Dec-1957   Former MLB relief pitcher
Ozzie Smith
Baseball
26-Dec-1954   Hall of Fame shortstop
Louis B. Susman
Diplomat
19-Nov-1937   US Ambassador to the UK
Joe Torre
Baseball
18-Jul-1940   MLB EVP for Baseball Operations
Bob Uecker
Baseball
26-Jan-1935   Mr. Baseball
Fernando Valenzuela
Baseball
1-Nov-1960   Winner of 1981 NL Cy Young Award
Dazzy Vance
Baseball
4-Mar-1891 16-Feb-1961 Brooklyn Robins pitcher, Hall-of-Famer
Hoyt Wilhelm
Baseball
26-Jul-1923 23-Aug-2002 Knuckleball relief pitcher
Jimy Williams
Baseball
4-Oct-1943   MLB Manager
Cy Young
Baseball
29-Mar-1867 4-Nov-1955 Pitched 511 career wins


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