April 14, 1917: White Sox ace Eddie Cicotte hurls no-hitter at Sportsman's Park

Chicago Tribune sportswriter I.E. Sanborn confidently predicted…

May 5, 1917: On second thought, it's a no-hitter for Ernie Koob

An incorrect headline is a publisher’s nightmare. The most…

May 6, 1917: Bob Groom tosses St. Louis Browns' second no-hitter in two days

It was almost as if sportswriters had a sense of relief following…

July 25, 1918: Senators' Walter Johnson and Browns' Allen Sothoron battle for 15 innings

Perhaps no baseball season has ever begun with more uncertainty…

July 1, 1920: St. Louis Cardinals fall in their first game at Sportsman's Park

At the end of June 1920 the National League pennant contenders…

July 2, 1920: Cardinals get first win at Sportsman's Park as Doak swashbuckles Pirates

The St. Louis Cardinals’ owner, Sam Breadon, generally shunned…

August 8, 1920: George Sisler becomes first St. Louis Browns player to hit for the cycle

“They’ve called Ty Cobb the Georgia Peach for the last 15…

April 22, 1922: Ken Williams clubs three home runs for the Browns

The doormats of the American League, also known as the St. Louis…

August 9, 1923: Cardinals win a wild one against defending champion Giants

12, 15, 25, 33, 37.Don’t worry. This isn’t a brainteaser…

July 17, 1924: Jesse Haines tosses only Cardinal no-hitter in Sportsman's Park

When Cardinals right-hander and future Hall of Famer Jesse Haines…

August 24, 1924: Eddie Dyer tosses shutout in Cardinals 17-0 laugher

The Cardinals entered the 2 P.M. doubleheader with the Brooklyn…

July 11, 1925: Browns' George Sisler knocks in a career-high seven runs

The Washington Senators were feeling plenty good about themselves.…

October 7, 1928: Lou Gehrig's two homers too much for Redbirds in Game 3

Before the start of the 1928 World Series, former major-league…

August 21, 1930: Chick Hafey hits for the cycle as Cardinals pound Phillies

On this steamy August afternoon, the bespectacled outfielder…