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St. Louis Cardinals

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The St. Louis Cardinals were founded in 1882 as the St. Louis Brown Stockings, later shortened to Browns. They were an early power in the old American Association. The Cardinals name was taken from the trim and sock striping on the team uniform and became the official nickname in 1900.

The franchise joined the National League in 1892 and enjoyed several periods of success throughout its history. There were five trips to the World Series between 1926 and 1934. Four more trips came between 1942 and 1946. The Cardinals are one of the most successful franchises in all of MLB with 20 league MVPs, four Triple Crown winners, three Cy Young Awards, and numerous other MLB records.

Because of their success, the Cardinals are featured often on TV on national broadcasts on FOX Sports, the MLB Network, and ESPN. Fans can watch almost the entire St. Louis Cardinals schedule on FOX Sports Midwest. Games are also available for streaming in market on the FOX Sports GO app or out of market on MLB.TV.


The Cardinals current home is Busch Stadium which opened in 2006. This “new” Busch Stadium is located on the same property as the previous Busch Memorial Stadium, the Cardinals home from 1966 to 2005. Busch Stadium has a capacity of 45,494 for Cardinals games.


The Cardinals have been extremely successful throughout their history. They have never lost 100 games in a season since World War I and have been competitive in almost every season since. St. Louis won the first of its 11 World Series titles in 1926. They won again in 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, and 2011.

The Cardinals won four pennants in the old AA and 19 (1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987, 2004, 2006, 2011, and 2013) in the NL. St. Louis has won 14 division titles, 11 NL Central crowns and four as a member of the NL East. St. Louis also made the postseason as an MLB wild card in 2001, 2011, and 2012.


One of the earliest successes in a Cardinals uniform was pitcher Dizzy Dean, who led the St. Louis to the 1934 World Series. That season, Dean won 30 games – the last pitcher to do so – and won the NL MVP.

In the next decade, one of MLB’s greats, Stan Musial, joined the Cardinals. He played 22 seasons, all in St. Louis, and ended his career with 17 MLB records. Despite playing just 22 seasons – he missed two to serve in World War II – Musial was a 24-time All-Star selection. He was part of three Cardinals World Series teams, won the NL batting titles seven times, and was the NL MVP in three seasons.

Bob Gibson was one of the greatest pitchers to ever take the mound. He was the NL MVP in 1968 leading the Cardinals to the World Series. They would lose that season, but Gibson was part of the 1964 and ’67 teams that won World Series titles. In both of those championship series, Gibson was the MVP. He won the NL Cy Young Award twice and ended his career with 251 wins.