I live in STL and I'm a cardinal fanatic. A few famous cardinals are;
Lou Brock- 60s
Dizzy Dean- 30s
Stan Musial (Stan the Man)- 40s
Ozzie Smith- 80s
Albert Pujols, a current player on the team, is sure to be a retired number, and elected into the Hall of Fame. We've also had a world class commentator, Jack Buck, whose son, Joe Buck is now a commentator of football.
Stan Musial, Rogers Hornsby, Ozzie Smith, Lou Brock, Bob Gibson, Albert Pujols, Mark McGwire, Joe Medwick, Enos Slaughter, Red Schoendienst, Steve Carlton, Bruce Sutter, Roger Maris, Ken Boyer, Dizzy Dean, Frank Frisch, Johnny Mize, (Bo Hart, LOL)
Chuck Connors and George Halas are some, but there are many more
Wayne Stewart has written: 'Stan the man' -- subject(s): Baseball players, St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball team), Biography, History 'Stan the man' -- subject(s): Baseball players, St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball team), Biography, History
Some players on the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team include Carlos Beltran, Matt Holliday, David Freese and Yadier Molina. A pitcher on the team is Chris Carpenter.
St. Louis Cardinals minor league players was born on 1987-09-28.
To date, there have been 36 University of Missouri baseball players that made it to Major League Baseball.
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The St. Louis Cardinals are a Major League baseball team.
The Major League Baseball players who were infielders for the 1964 St. Louis Cardinals team were John Antonelli, George Fallon, Whitney Kurowski, Marty Marion, Ray Sanders and Emil Verban.
The St Louis Cardinals
You should go to Metrotix. At that place you will be able to find and buy tickets for the St Louis Cardinals baseball games.
Yes, St. Louis Missouri.
Because he is a talented and famous St. Louis Cardinals baseball player. He is an excellent first basemen and is terrific at bat.