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The current starting shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals is Brendan Ryan. His backups include Aaron Miles and Tyler Greene.

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What actors and actresses appeared in 1968 World Series - 1968?

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What sport are the St. Louis Cardinals involved in?

The St. Louis Cardinals are a Major League baseball team.


Who is number 7 on the St. Louis Cardinals?

Matt Holliday is number 7 for the St. Louis Cardinals.