St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Busch Stadium III (2006 - present)
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
William DeWitt, Jr. and Fred Hanser
General Manager:
John Mozeliak
Played As:
RkPlayerYearOpponents Batting Average
1John Wood18961.000
2Oscar Tuero19200.830
3Tim Plodinec19720.750
4Cal Browning19600.710
5George Zackert19120.660
6Ken Dayley19840.610
7J.B. Young18920.600
8Jason Pearson20030.571
9Dennis Ribant19690.570
10Pedro Borbon20030.560
1Cal Browning19601.5
2Harry Sullivan19091
3Andy Hassler19840.857143
4Bill Trotter19440.833333
5Dennis Ribant19690.75
6Dennis Dove20070.666667
7Carl Scheib19540.642857
8Darold Knowles19800.6
9Willie Smith19940.571429
10Max Surkont19560.529412
1Joe Bernard19092
2Frank Barrett19391.8
3Jesse Orosco20001.71429
4Kim Seaman19791.5
5Jason Motte20081.45455
6Cory Bailey19951.36364
7Kiko Calero20031.33043
8Harry Fanok19641.30435
9Santiago Guzman19711.3
10Ray Yochim19491.28571
RkPlayerYearAdjusted ERA
1Ted Breitenstein18920
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  • rooster62265 said: St. Louis Baseball fans are the most knowledgable fans anywhere. 8:07PM 12/21/11
  • The Baseball Page said: Without a doubt one of the greatest franchises in baseball history. 6:36PM 10/20/11
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