Julian Javier

Besides being a superb fielding but often light hitting second…

Johnny Keane

“He was, in fact, the closest thing to a saint that I came…

Johnny Lewis

Standing 6-feet-1 and weighing 189 pounds, young Johnny Lewis…

Jeoff Long

This burly Kentuckian signed as a pitcher but made it to the…

Dal Maxvill

In the history of the St. Louis Cardinals, there have been…

Tim McCarver

For those who saw Tim McCarver break in with the St. Louis Cardinals…

Joe Morgan ("Walpole Joe")

There have been two big leaguers named Joe Morgan — and it’s…

Stan Musial

"How good was Stan Musial? He was good enough to take your breath…

Howie Pollet

Left-hander Howie Pollet was a pitching prodigy, but arm injuries…

Gordie Richardson

Three great passions shaped Gordon Richardson’s career in baseball:…

Branch Rickey

Branch Rickey was “a man of strange complexities, not to mention…

Ray Sadecki

Frank Sadecki, the son of Polish immigrant parents, spent his…

Red Schoendienst

On October 28, 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th World…

Barney Schultz

“Eleven saves in two months. That’s more than Schultz had…

Joe Schultz

Joe Schultz, a catcher in his playing days, spent over 40 years…

Mike Shannon

For more than 50 years, Mike Shannon has been a fixture in the…

Curt Simmons

Curt Simmons left the visiting dugout and was moving through…

Bob Skinner

After stagnating at the bottom of the National League for much…

Ed Spiezio

Strong quick wrists, an open, positive demeanor, and unwavering…

Jack Spring

Starting pitcher and reliever, high school phenom, and long-term…

Ron Taylor

A biography may be defined as a “remarkable odyssey through…

Bob Uecker

When Bob Uecker was sent down to the minor leagues in 1961…

Carl Warwick

To many baseball fans, especially those in St. Louis, Carl Warwick…

Ray Washburn

A.L. “Shorty” Hardman, the late sports editor of the Charleston…