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St. Louis
      
Cardinals
Cardinals
   play at   
New Busch Stadium
Ball State
   has the   
Cardinals
Muncie, Indiana
Louisville
   has the   
Cardinals
Louisville, Kentucky
1926
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
Won in 7 games v. New York Yankees
1931
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
Won in 7 games v. Philadelphia Athletics
1934
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Detroit Tigers
1942
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
5 games v. New York Yankees
1944
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
6 games v. St. Louis Browns
1946
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Boston Red Sox
1964
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Bob Gibson
1967
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Bob Gibson
1982
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Milwaukee Brewers. MVP: Darrell Porter
2006
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
5 games v. Detroit Tigers. MVP: David Eckstein
Arizona
   has the   
Cardinals
NFC West. Founded in 1898.
Raphael
   painted   
Pope Leo X With Cardinals Giulio De'Medici and Luigi De'Rossi
1518-19
Cardinals
   in Latin would be   
Cardinales
Vatican City
   calls its legislative assembly   
College of Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
   are in the   
NFC West
Tony La Russa
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
Active manager in 2008, third place on the all-time wins list
Joe Torre
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1990-1995
Fred Hutchinson
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1956-1958
Miller Huggins
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1913-1917
Whitey Herzog
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1980-1990
Frankie Frisch
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1933-1938
Billy Southworth
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1929; 1940-1945
Red Schoendienst
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1965-1976; 1980; 1990
Harry Walker
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1955
Branch Rickey
   was manager of   
St Louis Cardinals
1919-1925; member, Hall of Fame
2011
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
4-3 vs Texas Rangers MVP: David Freese
Ryan Adams
   and   
The Cardinals
Lou Brock
   is famous for   
Left Fielder for Cubs and Cardinals, Stole 938 Bases
Member 3000 hit club
Curt Flood
   is famous for   
CF, Mostly for Cardinals; Established Free Agency
Lifetime avg .293; 7-time Gold Glove award winner
Ozzie Smith
   is famous for   
Shortstop, St Louis Cardinals, 1982-1996
Considered to be the greatest defensive shortstop in the game






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