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St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Ballpark:
Busch Stadium III (2006 - present)
Established:
1892
Affiliations:
AAA Memphis Redbirds,AA Springfield Cardinals,Advanced A Palm Beach Cardinals,A Quad City River Bandits
Retired Numbers:
1, 2, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 24, 42, 42, 45
Owners:
William DeWitt, Jr. and Fred Hanser
Manager:
General Manager:
John Mozeliak
Played As:
SLN

Most Valuable Player

1925 - Rogers Hornsby

1926 - Bob O'Farrell

1928 - Jim Bottomley

1931 - Frankie Frisch

1934 - Dizzy Dean

1937 - Joe Medwick

1942 - Mort Cooper

1943 - Stan Musial

1944 - Marty Marion

1946 - Stan Musial (2)

1948 - Stan Musial (3)

1964 - Ken Boyer

1967 - Orlando Cepeda

1968 - Bob Gibson

1971 - Joe Torre

1979 - Keith Hernandez

1985 - Willie McGee

2005 - Albert Pujols

2008 - Albert Pujols (2)

2009 - Albert Pujols (3)

Cy Young

1968 - Bob Gibson

1970 - Bob Gibson (2)

2005 - Chris Carpenter

Rookie of the Year

1954 - Wally Moon

1955 - Bill Virdon

1974 - Bake McBride

1985 - Vince Coleman

1986 - Todd Worrell

2001 - Albert Pujols

Manager of the Year

Whitey Herzog (1985)

Tony La Russa (2002)

Triple Crown (NL): Batting

1887 - Tip O'Neill (American Association)

1922 - Rogers Hornsby

1925 - Rogers Hornsby (2)

1937 - Joe Medwick

Gold Glove Award

Pitcher

Bobby Shantz [3] (1962-64)

Bob Gibson [9] (1965-73)

Joaquín Andújar [1] (1984)

Adam Wainwright [1] (2009)

Catcher

Tom Pagnozzi [3] (1991-92, 1994)

Mike Matheny [3] (2000, 2003-04)

Yadier Molina [3] (2008-2010)

First base

Bill White [6] (1960-65)

Keith Hernandez [6] (1978-1983)

Albert Pujols [2] (2006, 2010)

Second base

Fernando Viña [2] (2001-02)

Third base

Ken Boyer [5] (1958-61, 1963)

Ken Reitz (1975)

Terry Pendleton [2] (1987, 1989)

Scott Rolen [4] (2002-04, 2006)

Shortstop

Dal Maxvill (1968)

Ozzie Smith [11] (1982-92)

Edgar Rentería [2] (2002-03)

Outfield

Curt Flood [7] (1963-69)

Willie McGee [3] (1983, 1985-86)

Jim Edmonds [6] (2000-05)

 

Silver Slugger

Pitcher

Bob Forsch [2] (1980, 1987)

Jason Marquis (2005)

Catcher

Ted Simmons (1980)

First baseman

Keith Hernandez (1980)

George Hendrick (1983)

Jack Clark [2] (1985, 1987)

Mark McGwire (1998)

Albert Pujols [3] (2004, 2008, 2010)

Second baseman

none

Third baseman

Albert Pujols (2001)

Scott Rolen (2002)

Shortstop

Ozzie Smith (1987)

Edgar Rentería [2] (2002-03)

Outfielders

George Hendrick (1980)

Willie McGee (1985)

Albert Pujols (2003)

Jim Edmonds (2004)

Ryan Ludwick (2008)

[edit]World Series MVP

Bob Gibson [2] (1964, 1967)

Darrell Porter (1982)

David Eckstein (2006)

 

National League Championship Series (NLCS) MVP

Darrell Porter (1982)

Ozzie Smith (1985)

Albert Pujols (2004)

Jeff Suppan (2006)

MLB All-Century Team (1999)

Bob Gibson

Rogers Hornsby

Mark McGwire

Stan Musial

DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)

Stan Musial — voted by MLB fans as the most outstanding player in the history of the franchise, based on on-field performance, leadership quality and character value

 

 
Tagged:
1982 World Series, 2006 World Series, Albert Pujols, Baseball History, MLB Current, St. Louis Cardinals, Stan Musial, Stan Musial Statue
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