Cardinals History By Decade


January 9, 2020: Cardinals trade Randy Arozarena to Tampa Bay

September 24, 2020: Yadier Molina gets his 2,000th career hit

February 1, 2021: Rockies trade Nolan Arenado to the Cardinals

April 8, 2021: Arenado hits game-winning homer in his home debut at Busch Stadium

September 20, 2021: Jon Lester earns his 200th career win

September 23, 2021: Adam Wainwright throws his 2,000th strikeout

September 28, 2021: Cardinals’ franchise-record win streak reaches 17 games

March 28, 2022: Albert Pujols returns to the Cardinals

July 1-2, 2022: Nolan Arenado hits for the cycle, then blasts the first of four consecutive Cardinals homers

September 14, 2022: Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina set new battery record with 325th start together

September 23, 2022: Albert Pujols hits his 700th home run

October 2, 2022: Cardinals bid farewell to Pujols and Molina

January 24, 2023: Scott Rolen is elected to the Hall of Fame

May 6, 2023: Cardinals announce Willson Contreras is changing positions

June 17, 2023: David Freese declines the Cardinals Hall of Fame

September 18, 2023: Adam Wainwright earns his 200th win


January 5, 2010: Cardinals sign Matt Holliday to a record seven-year contract

July 25, 2010: Whitey Herzog is inducted into the Hall of Fame

August 10, 2010: Brawl vs. Reds ends Jason LaRue’s career

November 30, 2010: Ryan Theriot is traded to St. Louis and angers his former teammates in Chicago

How the Cardinals added Lance Berkman ahead of the 2011 season

February 15, 2011: Stan Musial receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom

February 18, 2011: Jim Edmonds retires

February 24, 2011: Cardinals announce that Adam Wainwright will require Tommy John surgery

June 4-5, 2011: Pujols hits back-to-back walk-off home runs against the Cubs

July 27, 2011: Cardinals trade Rasmus to Toronto, bolster their pitching for World Series run

September 1, 2011: Pujols homers twice, Holliday hits his 200th career home run, and the Cardinals call on a rookie pitcher to sweep Brewers

September 16, 2011: Adron Chambers’ first MLB hit pulls Cardinals within 3 1/2 games of the wild card-leading Braves

September 21, 2011: Freese’s game-winning home run pulls Cardinals within 1 1/2 games of the Braves

October 2, 2011: Cardinals rally vs. Cliff Lee to win Game 2 of the NLDS

October 5, 2011: Rally Squirrel and David Freese emerge as postseason heroes

October 7, 2011: Carpenter outduels Halladay to send the Cardinals to the NLCS

October 10, 2011: Pujols drives in five as Cardinals even the NLCS

October 12, 2011: Cardinals’ bullpen stars in NLCS Game 3 win

October 14, 2011: Cardinals capitalize on Brewers’ errors to win NLCS Game 5

October 16, 2011: Cardinals win the National League championship

October 19, 2011: Cardinals win World Series Game 1

October 22, 2011: Albert Pujols slugs three home runs in Game 3 of the World Series

October 27, 2011: David Freese’s home run caps historic World Series Game 6

October 28, 2011: Cardinals capture their 11th world championship

October 31, 2011: Tony La Russa retires on a winning note

November 14, 2011: Cardinals name Mike Matheny manager

December 22, 2011: Cardinals sign Carlos Beltran in wake of Pujols’ departure

March 1, 2012: Cardinals and Yadier Molina agree to a five-year contract extension

July 21, 2012: Cardinals tie franchise record with 12-run rally vs. Cubs

March 8, 2013: Cardinals sign Allen Craig to a five-year extension

March 28, 2013: Adam Wainwright signs five-year extension to remain in St. Louis

May 10, 2013: Shelby Miller allows a leadoff hitter, then retires the next 27 batters

November 22, 2013: Cardinals trade Freese and Salas for Bourjos and Grichuk

May 31, 2014: Oscar Taveras homers in his major-league debut

July 31, 2014: Cardinals trade Allen Craig, Joe Kelly to acquire John Lackey

July 21, 2017: Cardinals trade Marco Gonzales for Tyler O’Neill

November 17, 2014: Cardinals trade for Jason Heyward following Oscar Taveras’s passing

December 9, 2016: Cardinals sign Dexter Fowler

May 20, 2017: Cardinals trade Matt Adams for Juan Yepez

May 28, 2017: Paul DeJong homers in his first major league at-bat

January 19, 2018: Cardinals trade Randal Grichuk

July 14, 2018: Cardinals fire manager Mike Matheny

July 20, 2018: Matt Carpenter hits three homers, two doubles in historic 5-for-5 game

August 28, 2018: Cardinals name Mike Shildt manager

April 9, 2019: The story behind Marcell Ozuna’s spectacular(ly misplayed) wall climb

April 19, 2019: Lane Thomas hits two-run blast in his first major-league at-bat


March 18, 2000: Cardinals trade Super Joe McEwing for Jesse Orosco

March 23, 2000: Cardinals trade Kent Bottenfield and Adam Kennedy for Jim Edmonds

April 5, 2000: Jim Edmonds hits his first Cardinals home run

October 3, 2000: Rick Ankiel develops the yips

November 2, 2000: Will Clark retires as a Cardinal

January 5, 2001: Cardinals sign Bobby Bonilla

April 6, 2001: Pujols hits his first career homer in breakout game

August 2, 2001: Cardinals trade Ray Lankford for Woody Williams

September 3, 2001: Rookie Bud Smith throws a no-hitter

November 12, 2001: Albert Pujols is unanimous Rookie of the Year selection

December 10, 2001: Cardinals sign Jason Isringhausen

December 18, 2001: Cardinals sign Tino Martinez

January 4, 2002: Matt Morris, Cardinals agree to a three-year deal

January 8, 2002: Ozzie Smith is elected to the Hall of Fame

January 29, 2002: Cardinals sign their first Japanese-born player, So Taguchi

June 22, 2002: Darryl Kile passes away

July 29, 2002: Cardinals trade for all-star third baseman Scott Rolen

December 13, 2002: Cardinals sign Chris Carpenter

June 19, 2003: Bo Hart makes his debut and sparks the Cardinals

December 13, 2003: Cardinals deal J.D. Drew and Eli Marrero to get Jason Marquis, Ray King, and Adam Wainwright

February 19, 2004: Albert Pujols signs a team-record $100 million extension with the Cardinals

June 3, 2004: Molina gets two hits, throws out first baserunner in his debut game

July 20, 2004: Albert Pujols goes 5-for-5 with three home runs in Cardinals’ comeback

August 6, 2004: Cardinals trade for Larry Walker as they make World Series push

September 4, 2004: Jim Edmonds hits his 300th career home run

October 20, 2004: Jim Edmonds walk-off homer wins Game 6 of the 2004 NLCS

October 21, 2004: Jeff Suppan pitches Cardinals past Roger Clemens and the Astros

December 18, 2004: Cardinals trade for Mark Mulder

December 23, 2004: David Eckstein signs with the Cardinals

Chris Carpenter’s Cy Young Award-winning 2005 season (Part 1)

Chris Carpenter’s Cy Young Award-winning 2005 season (Part 2)

Chris Carpenter’s Cy Young Award-winning 2005 season (Part 3)

Chris Carpenter’s Cy Young Award-winning 2005 season (Part 4)

April 27, 2005: Mark Grudzielanek hits for the cycle

October 17, 2005: Albert Pujols’ ninth-inning homer off Brad Lidge wins NLCS Game 5

November 15, 2005: Albert Pujols wins his first NL MVP Award

February 17, 2006: Cardinals sign Scott Spiezio and spur a phenomenon

April 16, 2006: Albert Pujols hits three home runs, including walk-off, to beat the Reds

May 24, 2006: Adam Wainwright homers in his first big-league at-bat

October 21, 2006: How Anthony Reyes won Game 1 of the 2006 World Series

October 26, 2006: Cardinals win the 2007 World Series as Jeff Weaver outpitches Justin Verlander

April 6, 2007: A clutch double play and three RBIs from Chris Duncan help Adam Wainwright win his first MLB start

August 9, 2007: Rick Ankiel returns to the majors – as an outfielder

August 31, 2007: Juan Encarnacion suffers career-ending eye injury

October 3, 2007: Cardinals fire GM Walt Jocketty

October 31, 2007: Cardinals name John Mozeliak GM

January 14, 2008: Cardinals trade Scott Rolen to the Blue Jays for Troy Glaus

March 13, 2008: Cardinals sign Kyle Lohse

March 20, 2008: Cardinals sign Adam Wainwright to his first contract extension

July 24, 2009: Cardinals acquire Matt Holliday in trade with A’s

August 19, 2009: Cardinals sign John Smoltz in their push for postseason glory


April 23, 1990: Cardinals trade for the “Wonder Dog,” Rex Hudler

May 4, 1990: Cardinals trade Tom Brunansky to Boston for Lee Smith

July 6, 1990: Whitey Herzog resigns as Cardinals manager

August 1, 1990: Cardinals name Joe Torre manager as Whiteyball era ends

August 21, 1990: Ray Lankford provides spark in his big-league debut

August 29, 1990: Cardinals trade Willie McGee to the Athletics

August 3, 1991: Todd Zeile’s walk-off home run pulls the Cardinals into the pennant race

August 25, 1991: Lee Smith earns his 300th career save

September 15, 1991: Rookie Ray Lankford homers to complete the cycle

November 25, 1991: Cardinals trade Ken Hill for Andres Galarraga

November 26, 1991: Tom Pagnozzi wins his first Gold Glove

April 26, 1992: Ozzie Smith swipes his 500th career stolen base

May 26, 1992: Ozzie Smith triples for his 2,000th career hit

February 12, 1993: Cardinals trade Felix Jose to the Royals for Gregg Jefferies

March 31, 1993: Indians trade Mark Whiten to the Cardinals

April 13, 1993: Lee Smith becomes baseball’s career saves leader

September 7, 1993: Mark Whiten homers four times

December 12, 1994: Tom Henke signs deal to play his final season in St. Louis

August 18, 1995: Tom Henke gets his 300th career save

October 23, 1995: Cardinals name Tony La Russa manager

October 25, 1995: Anheuser-Busch announces plans to sell the Cardinals

December 15, 1995: Willie McGee returns to St. Louis

December 18, 1995: Cardinals sign Gary Gaetti

December 23, 1995: Cardinals sign Ron Gant and Andy Benes

January 9, 1996: Cardinals acquire Todd Stottlemyre in trade with Athletics

February 13, 1996: A’s trade Dennis Eckersley to the Cardinals

April 3, 1996: Stottlemyre, Eckersley earn Cardinals firsts in win vs. Mets

May 18, 1996: John Mabry hits for the cycle

June 19, 1996: Ozzie Smith announces he will retire at season’s end

July 12, 1996: Gant, Gaetti pace Cardinals’ seven home runs in win over the Cubs

September 2, 1996: Ozzie Smith and Willie McGee spark Cardinals’ comeback

November 20, 1996: Cardinals sign Delino DeShields

April 8, 1997: Willie McGee hits his first career walk-off home run

June 13, 1997: Cardinals get Fernando Valenzuela in trade with Padres

July 31, 1997: Cardinals trade for Mark McGwire

August 8, 1997: Mark McGwire hits his first Cardinals home run in his Busch Stadium debut

March 31, 1998: Mark McGwire grand slam lifts Cardinals to season-opening win

July 26, 1998: McGwire’s 44th home run breaks Johnny Mize’s 1940 record

July 31, 1998: Cardinals trade Todd Stottlemyre and Royce Clayton

September 8, 1998: McGwire breaks Maris’s home run record with No. 62

September 27, 1998: Mark McGwire hits his 70th home run of the season

December 14, 1998: Cardinals fill their shortstop need with trade for Edgar Renteria

March 2, 1999: Orlando Cepeda is elected to the Hall of Fame

April 23, 1999: Fernando Tatis hits two grand slams in the same inning

June 25, 1999: Cardinals rookie Jose Jimenez out-duels Randy Johnson with no-hitter

November 16, 1999: Cardinals trade for Darryl Kile

December 15, 1999: How the Cardinals signed future Gold Glove winner Mike Matheny

December 20, 1999: Cardinals finally get their man in trade for Fernando Vina


Keith Hernandez Part 1: Road to the MVP

Keith Hernandez Part 2: Champions in ’82, Traded in ’83

Keith Hernandez Part 3: Post-Cardinals Career and Legacy

April 30, 1980: Cardinals acquire Jim Kaat to shore up their bullpen

June 9, 1980: Whitey Herzog manages his first game for the St. Louis Cardinals

December 7, 1980: Whitey Herzog’s roster rebuild begins with Darrell Porter

December 9, 1980: Cubs trade Bruce Sutter to the Cardinals

January 15, 1981: Bob Gibson is elected to the Hall of Fame

March 11, 1981: Johnny Mize is elected to the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee

June 7, 1981: The Cardinals trade for Joaquin Andujar

August 26, 1981: Garry Templeton’s confrontation with fans leads to the Cardinals’ trade for Ozzie Smith

October 21, 1981: Yankees’ outfield logjam allows Cardinals to trade for Willie McGee

November 20, 1981: Cardinals trade for Lonnie Smith

February 11, 1982: Cardinals, Padres finalize the Ozzie Smith-Garry Templeton trade

April 1, 1982, Cardinals acquire reliever Jeff Lahti in trade with Reds

August 22, 1982: Glenn Brummer steals home and becomes an unlikely Cardinals hero

September 4, 1982: Lonnie Smith ties NL record with five stolen bases

October 15, 1982: Willie McGee homers twice as Cardinals win Game 3 of the World Series

October 20, 1982: Joaquin Andujar and Bruce Sutter stifle the Brewers to win World Series Game 7

September 26, 1983: Bob Forsch throws his second no-hitter

May 15, 1984: Andujar calls his shot, hits grand slam

June 15, 1984: Cardinals trade Ken Oberkfell for Ken Dayley and Mike Jorgensen

June 23, 1984: Willie McGee hits for the cycle in the ‘Ryne Sandberg game’

July 18, 1984: Terry Pendleton gets three hits in his MLB debut

December 12, 1984: Cardinals trade George Hendrick to the Pirates for John Tudor

January 7, 1985: Lou Brock is elected to the Hall of Fame

February 1, 1985: Cardinals finalize trade for Jack Clark

February 25, 1985: Cardinals hire Dal Maxvill as GM

April 2, 1985: Cardinals trade for ‘Secret Weapon’ Jose Oquendo

April 15, 1985: Ozzie Smith announces new contract, homers in Cardinals’ home opener

April 18, 1985: Vince Coleman steals two bags in his MLB debut

May 21, 1985: Vince Coleman’s first career homer stays inside the park

October 13, 1985: Busch Stadium’s automated tarp runs over Vince Coleman’s legs

October 14, 1985: Cardinals fans ‘go crazy’ after Ozzie Smith hits a walk-off home run to win NLCS Game 5

October 16, 1985: Jack Clark home run wins Game 6 of the 1985 NLCS

November 18, 1985: Willie McGee is named National League MVP

November 27, 1985: Vince Coleman win the National League Rookie of the Year Award

December 10, 1985: Cardinals trade Joaquin Andujar

August 10, 1986: Bob Forsch hits a grand slam to top the Pirates, 5-4

November 24, 1986: Todd Worrell is named NL Rookie of the Year

April 1, 1987: Pirates trade all-star catcher Tony Pena to the Cardinals

April 18, 1987: Tom Herr’s 10th-inning grand slam lifts Cardinals over the Mets on Seat Cushion Night

July 7, 1987: Steve Lake and Jack Clark lead Cardinals to late-night doubleheader sweep

October 21, 1987: The Tom Lawless bat flip

January 6, 1988: Jack Clark signs with the Yankees

January 14, 1988: Cardinals sign Bob Horner despite Herzog’s initial concerns

February 9, 1988: Cardinals trade Horton and Johnson for DeLeon

March 29, 1988: Ozzie Smith’s GQ interview creates controversy

April 22, 1988: Cardinals trade Tom Herr to the Twins for Tom Brunansky

July 24, 1988: Ozzie Smith and Jose Oquendo fight Giants slugger Will Clark

August 16, 1988: Cardinals trade John Tudor for Pedro Guerrero

How Joe Magrane won the 1988 ERA title with just five wins

December 16, 1988: Cardinals get Milt Thompson in trade with Phillies

February 3, 1989: Bill White is named National League president

February 28, 1989: Red Schoendienst is elected to the Hall of Fame


February 1, 1970: The Veterans Committee elects Jesse Haines to the Hall of Fame

November 3, 1970: Bob Gibson wins his second Cy Young Award

August 14, 1971: Bob Gibson pitches his ‘greatest game,’ no-hits the Pirates

September 28, 1971: Steve Carlton reaches 20 wins in his final game with the Cardinals

February 25, 1972: Cardinals trade Steve Carlton to the Phillies

June 27, 1973: Joe Torre hits for the cycle with an assist from Red Schoendienst

July 12, 1974: Bob Forsch throws a complete-game shutout for his first career win

July 17, 1974: Bob Gibson throws 3,000th strikeout the same day Dizzy Dean passes away

September 10, 1974: Lou Brock breaks Maury Wills’ single-season stolen base record

September 11, 1974: Cardinals beat the Mets in 25-inning marathon game

September 22, 1974: Ted Simmons and Al Hrabosky spark Cardinals-Cubs brawl

November 26, 1974: Bake McBride wins the NL Rookie of the Year Award

May 27, 1975: Lou Brock hits for the cycle

May 9, 1977: Al Hrabosky and the gypsy war gods stifle Reds

August 29, 1977: Lou Brock breaks Cobb’s career stolen-base record

April 16, 1978: Bob Forsch throws the most controversial no-hitter in Cardinals history

May 26, 1978: Cardinals bolster lineup with trade for George Hendrick

January 25, 1979: Cardinals acquire John Stuper in trade with the Pirates

August 13, 1979: Lou Brock collects his 3,000th career hit in resurgent final season

How Lou Brock and Bob Kennedy helped Keith Hernandez reach his potential


How Bill White, Curt Flood, and others integrated Cardinals spring training

May 28, 1960: Cardinals trade Vinegar Bend Mizell for Julian Javier

March 7, 1961: Red Schoendienst turns down other offers to return to St. Louis

June 23, 1961: Musial homers twice, drives in seven to power Cardinals past the Giants

September 14, 1961: Ken Boyer hits walk-off home run to complete the cycle

July 8, 1962: 41-year-old Stan Musial hits three homers to power Cardinals past the Mets

September 11, 1963: Mike Shannon hits his first career home run

November 4, 1963: Cardinals acquire Roger Craig in trade with Mets

April 9, 1964: Cardinals trade for Bob Uecker

May 20, 1964: Gibson strikes out 12 Cubs in a 1-0 shutout

June 15, 1964: Cardinals acquire Lou Brock in trade for Ernie Broglio

June 16, 1964: Ken Boyer hits for the cycle and Lou Brock makes his first start for the Cardinals in 7-1 win

October 11, 1964: Ken Boyer’s grand slam wins Game 4 of the World Series

October 12, 1964: Tim McCarver’s extra-inning homer wins World Series Game 5

October 16, 1964: Johnny Keane quits one day after winning the World Series

November 23, 1964: Ken Boyer is named National League MVP

May 8, 1966: Cardinals trade for future MVP Orlando Cepeda

May 12, 1966: Lou Brock drives in the game-winning run in Cardinals’ first game at Busch Stadium II

December 8, 1966: Yankees trade Roger Maris to the Cardinals

January 23, 1967: Stan Musial is named general manager

May 9, 1967: Roger Maris hits his first Cardinals home run

July 3, 1967: Brock stolen base ignites brawl between Cardinals and Reds

July 15, 1967: Bob Gibson faces three Pirates with a broken leg

October 12, 1967: Bob Gibson pitches Cardinals past the ‘Impossible Dream’ Red Sox in Game 7

November 7, 1967: Voters unanimously name Orlando Cepeda NL MVP

January 23, 1968: Joe Medwick is elected to the Hall of Fame

August 4, 1968: Cardinals unveil the Stan Musial statue

September 18, 1968: Ray Washburn matches Gaylord Perry’s no-hitter

November 13, 1968: Bob Gibson named National League MVP

January 21, 1969: Stan Musial is elected to the Hall of Fame

March 17, 1969: Cardinals trade Orlando Cepeda for Joe Torre

September 15, 1969: Steve Carlton sets record with 19 strikeouts vs. Mets

October 7, 1969: Curt Flood refuses trade to the Phillies, setting up legal battle over the reserve clause

October 9: 1969: Why Harry Caray was fired as Cardinals broadcaster


July 11, 1950: How Red Schoendienst called his shot at the 1950 all-star game

February 20, 1953: Anheuser-Busch buys the Cardinals from Fred Saigh

July 27, 1953: Dizzy Dean is inducted into the Hall of Fame

April 11, 1954: Cardinals trade Enos Slaughter to the Yankees

April 13, 1954: Tom Alston, Wally Moon make history in their big-league debuts

May 2, 1954: Stan Musial hits record five home runs in doubleheader vs. Giants

May 25, 1954: Wally Moon steals four bases, nearly ties 50-year-old NL record

June 30, 1954: Joe Cunningham drives in five in his major-league debut

February 18, 1955: Cardinals sign Ken Boyer to his first big-league contract

May 5, 1955: Wally Moon sends Tommy Lasorda to the hospital

July 12, 1955: Stan Musial hits a walk-off home run in the All-Star Game

February 26, 1956: Cardinals unveil their 1956 uniforms without the birds on the bat

June 14, 1956: The Cardinals trade Red Schoendienst to the Giants

June 17, 1956: Whitey Herzog steals home

December 5, 1957: The Reds trade Curt Flood to the Cardinals

January 29, 1958: Cardinals name Stan Musial the NL’s first $100,000 player

May 13, 1958: Musial reaches 3,000 hits

March 25, 1959: Giants trade Bill White to the Cardinals

July 30, 1959: Bob Gibson shuts out the Reds in his first career start


May 7, 1940: Cardinals clobber seven home runs in 18-2 rout of the Dodgers

July 13, 1940: Johnny Mize hits walk-off triple to complete the cycle

August 30, 1941: Lon Warneke finally throws his no-hitter

September 17, 1941: Stan Musial makes his debut

September 23, 1941: Stan Musial hits his first career home run

January 20, 1942: Rogers Hornsby is elected to the Hall of Fame

October 5, 1942: Whitey Kurowski ninth-inning home run lifts Cardinals to the 1942 World Series title

October 27, 1942: Mort Cooper wins the MVP Award

June 10, 1944: Cardinals clobber 15-year-old pitcher Joe Nuxhall

October 9, 1944: Cardinals clinch World Series victory over the Browns in the Trolley Car Series

May 23, 1945: Cardinals trade former MVP Mort Cooper to the Braves

October 15, 1946: Enos Slaughter’s “mad dash” wins the 1946 World Series

January 21, 1947: Frankie Frisch is elected to the Hall of Fame

March 4, 1948: Stan Musial ends brief spring training holdout

December 2, 1948: Stan Musial wins his third MVP Award

July 24, 1949: Stan Musial hits for the cycle, powers Cardinals into first place


September 28, 1930: Dizzy Dean makes his major-league debut

August 5, 1931: Jim Bottomley collects six hits vs. the Pirates

April 11, 1932: Cardinals trade defending NL batting champion and future Hall of Famer Chick Hafey

May 5, 1933: Pepper Martin hits for the cycle in 5-3 win vs. the Phillies

March 22, 1934: The day a woman pitched for the Gashouse Gang

May 11, 1934: Paul Dean emerges with extra-inning win over Carl Hubbell and the defending world champion Giants

July 1, 1934: Dizzy Dean pitches 17 frames and Joe Medwick hits a game-winning homer in 18-inning marathon

September 21, 1934: Hours after his brother throws a three-hit shutout, Paul Dean throws the second no-hitter in Cardinals history

September 30, 1934: Dizzy Dean’s 30th win clinches the National League pennant

October 9, 1934: Dizzy Dean shuts out Detroit and Joe Medwick nearly sparks a riot as the Cardinals win World Series Game 7

May 5, 1935: Dizzy Dean faces Babe Ruth

June 29, 1935: Joe Medwick caps cycle with a home run off the foul pole

July 16, 1935: Dizzy Dean wins over the crowd as he accepts the NL MVP trophy

January 18, 1938: Former World Series hero Grover Cleveland Alexander is elected to the Hall of Fame


February 16, 1921: The Cardinals’ birds on the bat logo is born in Ferguson, Mo.

July 17, 1924: Jesse Haines throws the first no-hitter in Cardinals history

June 23, 1926: Rogers Hornsby tallies his 2,000th hit and slugs key grand slam in Cardinals win

October 3, 1926: Cardinals even the 1926 World Series behind the heroics of Alexander and Southworth

October 5, 1926: Jesse Haines leads Cardinals to Game 3 World Series win

October 9, 1926: Cardinals clobber Yankees 10-2 in World Series Game 6

October 10, 1926: Alexander saves Game 7 as Cardinals clinch their first World Series title

July 15, 1927: Jim Bottomley gets five hits, becomes second Cardinal to hit for the cycle in a 9-7 comeback win

July 6, 1929: Jim Bottomley and Chick Hafey each hit grand slams in Cardinals’ 28-6 win over the Phillies


July 11, 1911: Cardinals spring into action to save lives following horrific train crash

June 11, 1917: Bill Doak pitches 15 innings and Mike Gonzalez steals home in Cardinals’ extra-inning win