Sam Breadon

In the long and successful history of the St. Louis Cardinals…

Tex Carleton

With a graceful and deceptive side-arm delivery, Tex Carleton…

Ripper Collins

Ruggedly handsome with dark wavy hair, an engaging smile and…

Pat Crawford

Pat Crawford was a reluctant professional baseball player.…

Kiddo Davis

If the fates had been kinder to George “Kiddo” Davis, he…

Spud Davis

Suggesting that a player was not good enough to make the 1927…

Dizzy Dean

Frankie Frisch may have been playing possum, or just being coy.…

Paul Dean

As a rookie in the season that he turned 21, Paul Dean threw…

Bill DeLancey

As a 22-year-old Bill DeLancey caught every inning of the 1934…

Bill DeWitt

(The sound of knocking on an office door) “Come in.” “Sir,…

Leo Durocher

From his birth in 1905, in West Springfield, Massachusetts,…

Frankie Frisch

Frankie Frisch, the 35-year-old manager and second baseman of…

Chick Fullis

There may have been no one more surprised to find Chick Fullis…

Mike Gonzalez

Miguel González enjoyed a long and prolific career as a major-league…

Burleigh Grimes

Burleigh Arland Grimes, who pitched in four games for the St.…

Jesse Haines

The only St. Louis Cardinal to play on the first five National…

Bill Hallahan

Considered one of the hardest throwers of his era, two-time National…

Francis Healy

Over the years, there has been no shortage of adjectives to…

Clarence Heise

Clarence “Lefty” Heise had an extremely brief major-league…

Jim Lindsey

Jim Lindsey made a name for himself pitching for semipro teams…

Pepper Martin

The only thing a team with players named Dizzy, Ducky, and…

Joe Medwick

Ten times he was named to the National League All-Star team;…

Buster Mills

Born as Colonel Buster Mills, this outfielder-turned-soldier…

Jim Mooney

Although he recorded a surprising six straight victories (and…