The St. Louis Cardinals were established in 1882 as the St. Louis Brown Stockings of the American Association, a major league at the time.
The 2009 season is their 128th as a major league team.
The Cincinnati team in the Union Association played at the Bank Street Grounds, old home of the first professional team the Cincinnati Red Stockings.
Louis Farrakhan is 84 years old (birthdate: May 11, 1933).
Busch Stadium (also known as New Busch Stadium) is the new home for the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League. It replaces Busch Memorial Stadium and occupies a portion of that stadium's former footprint. The stadium opened on April 4, 2006 with an exhibition between the minor league Memphis Redbirds (AAA-Pacific Coast League) and Springfield Cardinals (AA-Texas League), both minor league affiliates of the St. Louis Cardinals, which Springfield won 5-3. The official major league opening game occurred on April 10, 2006, as the Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 6-4. A commercial area, dubbed Ballpark Village, is being developed adjacent to the stadium over the remainder of the former stadium's footprint. The city of St. Louis is favored to host the 2009 MLB All-Star Game due to the new stadium and Ballpark Village. The new stadium has nearly the same dimensions as the old Busch Stadium, offering no major advantage or disadvantage to either the hitter or pitcher, or lefthanders versus righthanders. Many players have commented early that the park plays very fair to everybody. Before the first Busch Stadium was built in downtown St. Louis the cardinals played at Sportsmans Park which was located just North of downtown. It stood for 33 years as a house divided, hosting both the successful St. Louis Cardinals and the hapless St. Louis Browns. The St. Louis Browns played there from 1902 to 1920, when it was rebuilt out of steel and concrete - from then until 1953, it hosted the Browns and the St. Louis Cardinals, who moved over from Robison Field. The Browns struggled to draw crowds, while the Cardinals prospered; finally, in 1953, the hapless Browns moved to Baltimore as owner Bill Veeck was encouraged to sell the team. In the spring of 1953, Veeck sold Sportsman's Park to August Busch Jr., owner of the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Browns became tenants of the Cardinals. The Browns moved to Baltimore following the 1953 season, but the Cardinals remained at Sportsman's Park for another 13 seasons. The park underwent minor renovations in 1953, dropping the capacity to 30,500. It was also renamed Busch Stadium. (The National League refused to allow the name to be changed to Budweiser Stadium after the brand of beer sold by Busch's company, Anheuser-Busch.) The Cardinals continued to play home games at Busch Stadium formerly named Sportsmans Park unti 1966 when the first new Busch Stadium was completed in downtown St. Louis.
St. Louis Cardinals Pennant ValueTo find out what your Cardinals pennant is worth we have to first determine a number of factors. What Year was the pennant made? Is the Pennant from a championship year? Condition is important. On average a St. Louis Cardinals pennant will sell for anywhere between $25.00 - $50.00 pre 1970s, and as low as $10. to $25. after that. A 1950s Signature pennant can sell as high as $150.00. A pennant with a popular players name like Stan Musial on it will increase the value as will if it is from a championship year. A pennant with the old Busch Stadium would also be more collectible. And like everything else supply and demand will determine the price. Condition is always Key.For more information see related Links below
Joe Louis was born on May 13, 1914 and died on April 12, 1981. Joe Louis would have been 66 years old at the time of death or 101 years old today.
If you mean the baseball team, they're in St. Louis MO. If you're referring to the "old" St. Louis Cardinals football team, they moved to Arizona. Previous to being in St. Louis they were in Chicago.
April 28, 1983 (Age: 28)
The Arizona Cardinals are the oldest NFL Franchise. The Cardinals were founded back in 1898, but back then they were referred to as different names since then :Morgan Athletic Club, the Normals, Racine Cardinals, Chicago Cardinals, St. Louis Cardinals, Phoenix Cardinals, and now the Arizona Cardinals.
As of the 2014 season, the average age of a St. Louis Cardinals player is 26.9 years old.
The "Armstrong 9" according to an old photo I saw in a restaurant.
The Leacock model 504 baseball bat belonged to Rogers Hornsby, who was nicknamed The Rajah. He played for several teams throughout his career including the St. Louis Cardinals, and finished with a career .358 batting average.
Tony La Russa is 65 years old. He was born on October 4, 1944.
There is no age limit. Most Fantasy Baseball leagues ARE free.
it depends on the year
They are about a week old.
Is a 16 year old boy eligible to play on a Sr. American Legion Baseball Team
ANSWER: Albert is a 27 year old playing 1st base for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is a great player and his contract is done this year. Thats a lie, he is 31