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Ed Konetchy
1907-1913
Branch Rickey
President 1917-1942
Rogers Hornsby
1915-1926
1925 NL MVP
Grover Cleveland Alexander
1926-1929
Pepper Martin
1928, 1930-1940, 1944
Dizzy Dean
1930-1937
1934 NL MVP
Chick Hafey
1924-1931
Jesse Haines
1920-1937
Joe Medwick
1932- 1940, 1947-1948
1937 MVP & Triple Crown
Frankie Frisch
1927-1937
1931 NL MVP
Johnny Mize
1936-1941
Stan Musial
1941 MLB Debut
Mort Cooper
1938-1945
1942 NL MVP
Enos "Country" Slaughter
Scoring on the mad dash to win the 1946 World Series.
Stan "The Man" Musial
1943, 1946, & 1948 NL MVP
Ken Boyer
1955-1965
1964 NL MVP
Bill White
1959-1965, 1969
Bob Gibson
1968 & 1970 Cy Young
1968 NL MVP
Orlando Cepeda
1966-1968
1967 NL MVP
Tim McCarver
1959-1969, 1973-1974
Bob Gibson
1964 & 1967 World Series MVP
1968:17 Strike Outs in Game 1
Curt Flood
1958-1969
Steve Carlton
1965-1971
Joe Torre
1969-1974
1971 NL MVP
Bob Forsch
1974-1988
Keith Hernandez
1974-1983
1979 NL MVP
Bruce Sutter
1981-1984
Darrell Porter
1981-1985

1982 NLCS & WS MVP
Tommy Herr
1979-1988
Joaquin Andujar
1981-1985
Ozzie Smith
1985 NLCS MVP
Jack Clark
1985-1987
Vince Coleman
1985-1990

1985 Rookie of the Year
John Tudor
1985-1988, 1990
Willie McGee
1982-1990, 1996-1998
1985 NL MVP
Ray Lankford
1990-2001, 2004
"The Wizard"
Ozzie Smith
1982-1996
J.D. Drew
1998-2003
Mark McGwire
1998 70 Home Runs
Fernando Tatis
1998- 2000
Jim Edmonds
2000-2007
Darryl Kile
2000-2002
Roger Maris
1967-1968
Bob O'Farrell
1925-1928, 1933, 1935
1926 NL MVP
Jim Bottomley
1922-1932
1928 NL MVP
Bill Hallahan
1925-1936
Daffy Dean
1934-1939
Joe Medwick slides hard into 3rd leading to
1934 Game 7 brawl
Marty Marion
1940-1950
1944 NL MVP
Enos Slaughter
1938-1942, 1946-1953
Red Schoendienst
1945-1956, 1961-1963
Sportsmans Park
1920-1966
August A. Busch
Owner 1953-1990
Wally Moon
1954-1958
1954 Rookie of the Year
Bill Virdon
1955-1956

1955 Rookie of the Year
Stan Musial
1941-1944, 1946-1963
3,630 Career Hits
Julian Javier
1960-1971
Red Schoendienst
MGR 1965-1976, 1980, 1990
Al Hrabosky
1970-1977
Bob Gibson
1959-1975
Bake McBride
1973-1977
1974 Rookie of the Year
Ted Simmons
1968-1980
Lonnie Smith
1982-1985
George Hendrick
1978-1984
Lou Brock
1964-1979
938 Career Stolen Bases
Danny Cox
1983-1988
Terry Pendleton
1984-1990
Joe Magrane
1987-1993
Whitey Herzog
MGR 1980, 1981-1990
Bob Tewksbury
1989-1994
Jose Oquendo
1986-1995
Mark Whiten
1993-1994
Todd Zeile
1989-1995
Busch Stadium II
1966-2005
Tom Pagnozzi
1987-1998
Brian Jordan
1992-1998
Todd Worrell
1985-1992

1986 Rookie of the Year
Lee Smith
1990-1993
Voice of the Cardinals
Jack Buck
1954-2001
Mark McGwire
1997-2001
583 Career HR
Matt Morris
1997-2005
Fernando Viña
1999-2003
Albert Pujols
2001 Rookie of the Year
Woody Williams
2001-2004
Edgar Renteria
1999-2004
Scott Rolen
2002-2007
Safe?: Don Deckinger's controversial 1985 World Series Call
Tony LaRussa
MGR 1996-2011
Mike Matheny
2000-2004
Rick Ankiel
1999-01, 2004, 2007-09
Jason Isringhausen
2002-2008
CLASSIC
CARDINALS
Roger Connor
1894-1897
Cy Young
1899-1900
Chris Carpenter
2004-2013
2005 Cy Young
Adam Wainwright
2005-Present
Reggie Sanders
2004-2005
Jeff Suppan
2004-2006, 2010
2006 NLCS MVP
Larry Walker
2004-2005
Mark Mulder
2005-2008
CARDINALS
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Robison Field
1893-1920
Busch Stadium III
2006-Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
Slim Sallee
1908-1916
Specs Toporcer
1921-1929
John Mabry
1994-1998, 2001, 2005
So Taguchi
2002-2007
Albert Pujols
2004 NLCS MVP
2005, 2008, 2009 NL MVP
Yadier Molina
2004-Present
David Eckstein
2005-2007

2006 World Series MVP
 
 
 
Chris Duncan
2005-2009
Billy Southworth
MGR 1929, 1940-1945
Albert Pujols
2001-2011
Juan Encarnacion
2006-2007
Braden Looper
2006-2008
Ryan Ludwick
2007-2010
Skip Schumaker
2005-2012
Ryan Franklin
2007-2011
Joel Pineiro
2007-2009
Jaime Garcia
2008, 2010-Present
Colby Rasmus
2009-2011
Matt Holliday
2009-Present
Milt Stock
1919-1923
Bill Doak
1913-1924, 1929
Jack Smith
1915-1926
Taylor Douthit
1923-1931
Bill Sherdel
1918-1930, 1932
Ripper Collins
1931-1936
Jimmy Brown
1937-1943
Terry Moore
1935-1942, 1946-1948
Whitey Kurkowski
1941-1949
Max Lanier
1938-1946, 1949-1951
Howie Pollet
1941-1943, 1946-1951
Harry Brecheen
1940, 1943-1952
Al Brazle
1943, 1946-1954
Larry Jackson
1955-1962
Lindy McDaniel
1955-1962
Ken Reitz
1972-1980
Garry Templeton
1976-1981
Kyle Lohse
2008-2012
Jason Motte
2008-Present
David Freese
2009-2013
2011 NLCS & WS MVP
Jon Jay
2010-Present
Fernando Salas
2010-2013
Jake Westbrook
2010-2013
Lance Berkman
2011-2012
Rafael Furcal
2011-2012
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Allen Craig
2010-Present
Carlos Beltran
2012-2013
Ray Blades
1922-1928, 1930-1932
Ted Wilks
1944-1951
Del Rice
1945-1955, 1960
Tony Pena
1987-1989
Mitchell Boggs
2008-2013
Daniel Descalso
2010-Present
Pete Kozma
2011-Present
Lance Lynn
2011-Present
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Matt Carpenter
2011-Present
Carlos Beltran
2012-2013
Shane Robinson
2009,  2011-Present
Matt Adams
2012-Present
Kolten Wong
2013-Present
Peter Bpurjos
2014-Present
Michael Wacha
2013-Present
2013 NLCS MVP
Trevor Rosenthal
2012-Present
Shelby Miller
2012-Present