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Louis Browns rejoined the National League as part of the newly reformed team circuit. Louis franchise has had continuous membership in the National League ever since. Cincinnati and the club moved to the new grounds to be ready for the home opener on April 27th. The Robison Brothers stepped in to purchase the Browns. Louis National Leaguers the Perfectos.

The team was outfitted in red striped stockings and red-trimmed uniforms. When sportswriter Willie McHale, of the St. Louis Republic, heard a lady fan remark, "What a lovely shade of cardinal," the new nickname was used in his column, and struck a chord with St.

League Park was renamed Robison Field in memory of her father and uncle, the former owners. It was something of a sensation because a St. Louis National League team had not finished that high since Britton sold her stock in the club to her attorney, James C.

Jones, and stockholders, including a St. Louis automobile dealer named Sam Breadon. They found one in Branch Rickey, then business manager of the A. Rickey was named president, however the club continued to struggle financially. Breadon was called upon frequently for financial assistance. Robison Field was renamed Cardinal Field. This leadership team successfully developed the Cardinals, leading them to their first World Championship in Branch Rickey used proceeds from the sale of the ballpark to invest in the first Cardinals farm club affiliation at Houston, TX.

Rickey became strictly a front office man, and a very successful one, building a reputation for his excellent eye for raw talent and thrifty dealings. The Cardinals had six farm teams in , and that number increased over the next few years to help fuel their growing success story. The team led the N. Their 90 home runs led the league, while their 82 triples placed them second. They were not caught stealing once 83 SB.

Veteran year-old righthander Grover Cleveland Alexander, obtained by the Redbirds in a midseason trade with the Chicago Cubs, won the second and sixth games of the Series, then came on to save the seventh game.

The team won the pennant but dropped the Series to Philadelphia that year, Cardinal victories were pitched by Bill Hallahan, in the third game, and Jesse Haines, in the fourth. Martin stole five bases, collected 12 hits and batter. Bill Hallahan and Burleigh Grimes each pitched two victories for the Cardinals.

He led the league in strikeouts , shutouts 4 and innings pitched Four games to three. Dizzy Dean predicted 45 wins between himself and his brother, Paul, a rookie. Dizzy won 30, his brother 19, for a total of 49 and each won two games in the Series. Medwick had slid hard into Tigers third baseman, Marv Owen, in the sixth inning, so infuriating Detroit fans that they bombarded him with fruit, vegetables and debris when he took his position in left field in the bottom of the inning.

Landis removed Medwick to halt the disturbance. He remains the last National Leaguer to accomplish the feat. The Browns were given the honor of hosting the first night game in St.

Louis on May 24th. The Cardinals first night game was on June 4. Medwick went 5-for-5, but the Birds were trounced by the Dodgers, Johnny Mize hit a then club-record 43 home runs. Louis erased a Mort Cooper was N. MVP, posting 22 wins, seven losses and a 1. In the Series, the Cardinals lost the first game to the Yankees, then roared back to win four straight.

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Rookie pitcher Johnny Beazley won two games, lefthander Ernie White shut out the Yankees in the third game, and third baseman Whitey Kurowski belted an RBI-triple in the second game and a two-run, ninth-inning homer to clinch the finale. MVP Musial led the league in batting average. The Cardinals dropped four of five to the Yankees in the World Series.

In this only all-St. Louis World Series, pitching dominated as the Cardinals defeated the Browns, four games to two. The two teams combined to strike out a six-game Series-record 92 batters, 49 by Cardinal pitchers and 43 by Browns hurlers. Emil Verban topped Cardinal hitters with a. The Series was dubbed the "Streetcar Series" as many fans used that mode of travel to and from the ballpark. The Cardinals and Dodgers finished the season in a tie for first in the N.

Stan Musial won the N. MVP award, leading the league in nearly every offensive category. Enos Slaughter led the league with RBIs.

The Cardinals took a three-game series with the Dodgers to decide the N. Harry "the Cat" Brecheen won three games for the Redbirds. Hannegan served as president until , selling his share to Saigh.

Most Valuable Player award and led the league in nearly every batting department - average. The sale was announced on February 20, Browns knew as soon as the sale of the Cardinals to Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

Following the season, the park was renovated and renamed Busch Stadium. The Browns were sold to a group of Baltimore investors and left St.

Louis to become the Orioles. The mishap occurred at Philadelphia on August 22, when he tore a muscle and chipped a bone in his shoulder blade as he swung at and missed a high, outside pitch.

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He won the batting title with a. Curt Flood played games in his rookie campaign. Twenty-three-year-old Bob Gibson was recalled from the minors. After a two-game series in Chicago, the Cardinals returned home May 12 to Busch Memorial Stadium, their new 50,seat ballpark in downtown St.

Louis where the Cardinals christened the new playground with a inning, win over Atlanta. The Cardinals also hosted the All-Star game in their new park in July. Bob Gibson pitched three complete-game victories and Lou Brock put on one of the finest offensive displays in World Series history as the Cardinals were crowned World Champions by defeating the Boston Red Sox, four games to three. In World Series play, the Cardinals led three games to one, but the Detroit Tigers rallied to win the last three contests and claim their first World Championship since Bob Gibson threw a no-hitter at Pittsburgh on Aug.

The Cardinals drew more than 1,, fans, the third-highest home attendance in their history. Garry Templeton becomes youngest M. Templeton leads majors with 18 triples, highest number since Ted Simmons sets club record for home runs by a catcher with Ken Reitz sets new fielding record with N. Bob Forsch wins 20 games. Manager, Vern Rapp dismissed April Ken Boyer becomes Cardinal manager April Ted Simmons sets club season record and career high with 22 homers for a catcher.

Busch Memorial Stadium gets new astroturf. Keith Hernandez wins batting title with.

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Garry Templeton led N. Templeton also led the league in triples with 19, for the third year in a row, setting a new N.

His 19 triples are highest number since He became the first switch-hitter in major league history to collect hits, both right and left-handed, in one season. Garry finished with hits RH and hits LH. Ted Simmons hit a career high 26 home runs, which also set a club record for homers by a catcher.

Manager Ken Boyer dismissed June 8. Whitey Herzog becomes Cardinal manager June 9. On August 18, John Claiborne fired as G. Red Schoendienst served as interim manager for balance of season. On October 24, Herzog assumed dual role of general manager and field manager.