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The St. Louis Cardinals are a professional baseball team based in St. Louis, Missouri. The Cardinals compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) Central division. The new Busch Stadium has been their home ballpark since 2006. With origins as one of the early professional baseball clubs in St. Louis, entrepreneur Chris von der Ahe purchased a barnstorming club in 1881 then known as the Brown Stockings and established them as charter members of the American Association (AA) the following season. Upon the discontinuation of the AA, St. Louis joined the NL in 1892; at that time, they were called the Browns and the Perfectos before they were officially renamed as the Cardinals in 1900.One of the most successful franchises in baseball history, the Cardinals have won 11 World Series championships (second only to the New York Yankees' 27 and most among National League franchises), 19 National League pennants (second only to the San Francisco Giants' 20, 14 of which were as the New York Giants), and 13 division titles. While still in the AA, St. Louis won four league championships, qualifying them to play in a forerunner of the World Series. They tied in 1885 and won outright in 1886 (both times against the predecessor of the Chicago Cubs) in a storied rivalry that continues on today.Cardinals achievements that have impacted MLB and sports in general include Branch Rickey's pioneering of the farm system, Rogers Hornsby's two batting Triple Crowns, Dizzy Dean's 30-win season in 1934, Stan Musial's 17 MLB and 29 NL records, Bob Gibson's 1.12 earned run average (ERA) in 1968, Whitey Herzog's Whiteyball, Mark McGwire breaking the single-season home run record in 1998, and the 2011 championship team's unprecedented comebacks. The Cardinals have won 105 or more games in four different seasons and won 100 or more a total of nine times. Cardinals players have won 20 league MVPs, four batting Triple Crowns, and three Cy Young Awards. Baseball Hall of Fame inductees include Lou Brock, Dizzy Dean, Bob Gibson, Whitey Herzog, Rogers Hornsby, Joe Medwick, Stan Musial, Branch Rickey, Red Schoendienst, Ozzie Smith, and Bruce Sutter.In 2016, Forbes valued the Cardinals at $1.6 billion, making them the 7th-most valuable franchise in MLB; their revenue the previous year was $300 million and operating income of $60.0 million. Since their purchase in 1995, owner William DeWitt, Jr.'s investment group has seen enormous growth from the $147 million purchase price. John Mozeliak is the general manager and Mike Matheny is the manager. The Cardinals are renowned for their strong fan support: despite being in one of the sport's mid-level markets, they routinely see attendances among the league's highest, and are consistently among the Top 3 in MLB in local television ratings. - Wikipedia

PLAYED FOR
PLAYER FROM TO
Jack McAdams 1911 1911
Rebel Oakes 1911 1911
Ivey Wingo 1911 1911
Roy Radebaugh 1911 1911
Gene Woodburn 1911 1911
Grover Lowdermilk 1911 1911
Pete Standridge 1911 1911
Mike Mowrey 1911 1911
Harry Camnitz 1911 1911
Lee Magee 1911 1911
Rube Ellis 1911 1911
Bunny Hearn 1911 1911
Denney Wilie 1911 1911
Ed Konetchy 1911 1911
Jack Reis 1911 1911
Rube Geyer 1911 1911
Lou Lowdermilk 1911 1911
Steve Evans 1911 1911
Miller Huggins 1911 1911
Slim Sallee 1911 1911
Bill Steele 1911 1911
Otto McIvor 1911 1911
Wally Smith 1911 1911
Milt Reed 1911 1911
Roy Golden 1911 1911
Dan McGeehan 1911 1911
Frank Gilhooley 1911 1911
Bob Harmon 1911 1911
Jim Clark 1911 1911
George Zackert 1911 1911
Ed Conwell 1911 1911
Jack Bliss 1911 1911
Gene Dale 1911 1911
Hap Morse 1911 1911
Ed Zmich 1911 1911
Joe Willis 1911 1911
Arnold Hauser 1911 1911
Roger Bresnahan 1911 1911
Gene Woodburn 1912 1912
Jim Clark 1912 1912
Jim Galloway 1912 1912
Lou Lowdermilk 1912 1912
Frank Snyder 1912 1912
Ivey Wingo 1912 1912
Ed Konetchy 1912 1912
Wheezer Dell 1912 1912
Mike Mowrey 1912 1912
Rebel Oakes 1912 1912
Possum Whitted 1912 1912
Frank Gilhooley 1912 1912
GAMES
DATE VISITOR HOME
Apr 12, 1892 Chicago Cubs 14 St. Louis Cardinals 10
Apr 15, 1892 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Apr 16, 1892 Pittsburgh Pirates 12 St. Louis Cardinals 5
Apr 17, 1892 Cincinnati Reds 5 St. Louis Cardinals 1
Apr 22, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 14
Apr 23, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 4
Apr 23, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 15
Apr 24, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 2 Cincinnati Reds 10
Apr 25, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 2 Cincinnati Reds 8
Apr 26, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 6 Cincinnati Reds 10
Apr 29, 1892 Boston Braves 0 St. Louis Cardinals 4
Apr 30, 1892 Boston Braves 8 St. Louis Cardinals 3
May 01, 1892 Washington Senators 4 St. Louis Cardinals 6
May 02, 1892 Washington Senators 10 St. Louis Cardinals 8
May 04, 1892 New York Giants 3 St. Louis Cardinals 5
May 05, 1892 New York Giants 6 St. Louis Cardinals 4
May 06, 1892 Brooklyn Dodgers 2 St. Louis Cardinals 14
May 07, 1892 Brooklyn Dodgers 4 St. Louis Cardinals 3
May 08, 1892 Cleveland Spiders 10 St. Louis Cardinals 2
May 10, 1892 Philadelphia Phillies 8 St. Louis Cardinals 9
May 10, 1892 Philadelphia Phillies 4 St. Louis Cardinals 8
May 11, 1892 Baltimore Orioles 5 St. Louis Cardinals 3
May 14, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Chicago Cubs 6
May 14, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Chicago Cubs 5
May 15, 1892 Cincinnati Reds 5 St. Louis Cardinals 4
May 16, 1892 Cincinnati Reds 5 St. Louis Cardinals 4
May 19, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 5 Louisville Colonels 7
May 21, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Cleveland Spiders 1
May 23, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 9 Cleveland Spiders 5
May 24, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 0 Cleveland Spiders 2
May 26, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 1 Brooklyn Dodgers 5
May 27, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 13 Brooklyn Dodgers 1
May 28, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 10 Brooklyn Dodgers 9
May 30, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 10 New York Giants 6
May 30, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 New York Giants 9
May 31, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 New York Giants 8
Jun 01, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 1 Boston Braves 5
Jun 02, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 7 Boston Braves 6
Jun 03, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Boston Braves 2
Jun 04, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Philadelphia Phillies 4
Jun 06, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 7 Philadelphia Phillies 15
Jun 07, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 7 Philadelphia Phillies 6
Jun 09, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 6 Baltimore Orioles 5
Jun 10, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Baltimore Orioles 25
Jun 10, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Baltimore Orioles 9
Jun 11, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Washington Senators 16
Jun 13, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 15 Washington Senators 11
Jun 14, 1892 St. Louis Cardinals 7 Washington Senators 12
Jun 17, 1892 Cincinnati Reds 3 St. Louis Cardinals 5
Jun 18, 1892 Louisville Colonels 5 St. Louis Cardinals 2
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