1 - Richie Ashburn
14 - Jim Bunning
20 - Mike Schmidt
32 - Steve Carlton
36 - Robin Roberts
The number 42 has been retired by all MLB teams. The Phillies trademark 'P' has been retired for Grover Cleveland Alexander and Chuck Klein. Alexander played in the era when there were no jersey numbers and Klein wore many different numbers (3, 32, 36, 1, 25, 29, 8) while a member of the Phillies.
#1: Ozzie Smith
#2: Red Schoendienst
#6: Stan Musial
#9: Enos Slaughter
#10: Tony LaRussa (Manager)
#14: Ken Boyer
#17: Dizzy Dean
#20: Lou Brock
#24: Whitey Hertzog (Manager)
#42: Jackie Robinson (number retired throughout baseball in 1997)
#42: Bruce Sutter
#45: Bob Gibson
#85: August Busch (President)(number retired in conjunction with his 85th birthday)
* 2 Nellie Fox * 3 Harold Baines * 4 Luke Appling * 9 Minnie Minoso * 11 Luis Aparicio * 16 Ted Lyons * 19 Billy Pierce * 42 Jackie Robinson * 72 Carlton Fisk
There are 5 retired numbers 6,19,31,35 and 42
They are still cardinal numbers.
Stan the man
There are three living cardinals from Argentina Jorge MarÃ­a Carinal Mejia - retired Jorge Mario Cardinal Bergoglio, S.J. Leonardo Cardinal Sandri
10 retired numbers 1,2,4,19,20,24,32,39,42 and 53
Normally ordinal numbers refer to positive positions. Cardinal numbers are negative, zero or positive.
Cardinal numbers are one, two, three, four, ... Ordinal numbers are first, second, third, fourth, ...
Yes - cardinal numbers are the counting numbers. This is as distinct from ordinal numbers - the corresponding ordinal number for 66 is sixty-sixth.
Being a Cardinal is something that you are, not what you do, so you do not retire from being a Cardinal. That being said, when a Cardinal reaches the age of 80, they lose their right to participate in a Conclave.
Ordinal numbers suggest order such as first, second, third etc. Cardinal numbers are counting numbers. One, two, three, etc.
Currently the only Cardinal from New Zealand is Thomas Stafford Williams, Archbishop emeritus (retired) of Wellington.