Whiten hit four home runs in a game against the Cincinnati Reds on September 7, 1993. He is one of only 15 players in MLB history that have hit four home runs in a single game.
Stan Musial, 475
The 1944 World Series pitted the St. Louis Cardinals against the St. Louis Browns. It marked the only appearance in the World Series by the Browns. The Cards won the series 4-2. Since both teams claimed Sportsman Park in St. Louis as their home field, the entire series was played in the same ball park.
There were three World Series when both the National League team and the American League team shared the same ballpark. In the 1921 World Series two years before Yankee Stadium was built, the Yankees shared the Polo Grounds with the Giants. Game one the Giants were the home team as they were every other game in this eight game best of 9 series. The Giants won that series five games to three The 1922 World Series featured the New York Giants beating the New York Yankees four games to none at the Polo Grounds. The 1944 World Series featured the St. Louis Cardinals beating the St. Louis Browns four games to two. Both of the St. Louis teams shared Sportsman's Park as the Cardinal were the home team in games 1,2, and 6
The two stadiums that were hosts to the 1946 World Series were Fenway Park, the home field of the Boston Red Sox and Sportsman's Park, the home field of the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Minnesota Twins defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4 games to 3. It was the only world series where the home team won all 7 games.
The Minnesota Twins won the World Series in 1987, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 4 games to 3 (it was the first world series in which the home team won all 7 games). The Twins also won the World Series in 1991, defeating the Atlanta Braves 4 games to 3. (The home team also won all seven games in this series).
The most home runs in a season by a St. Louis Cardinal is Mark McGwire, who hit a total of 70 home runs in 1998 with the Cards. Albert Pujols holds the record for most home runs by a St. Louis Cardinal rookie at 37. (2001) The most home runs in a career by a St. Louis Cardinals player is Stan Musial, who hit 475 home runs in his long 22 year career with the Cards. Former St. Louis Cardinal, Albert Pujols, was close to beating that record before he was picked up by the Los Angeles Angels. Pujols hit 445 home runs in 11 years with the Cards.
The Brewers have only appeared in one World Series and that was when they were an American League team. The 1982 St. Louis Cardinals defeated Milwaukee in seven games. Prior to the Brewers playing there, Milwaukee was home to the Braves, who won the World Series in 1957.
1) Frank Robinson hit 1 home run for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1961 World Series and 7 home runs for the Baltimore Orioles in the 1966, 1969, 1970, and 1971 World Series.2) Bill Skowron hit 1 home run for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1963 World Series and 7 home runs in the 1955, 1956, 1958, 1960, and 1961 World Series for the New York Yankees.3) Matt Williams hit 1 home run for the San Francisco Giants in the 1989 World Series, 1 home run for the Cleveland Indians in the 1997 World Series, and 1 home run for the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2001 World Series.4) Roger Maris hit 1 home run for the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1967 World Series and 5 home runs for the New York Yankees in the 1960, 1961, 1962, and 1964 World Series.There are probably others.