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George Bradley 2

N. L. ERA Leader (1.23)

George Bradley (SLB)

1876

George Bradley

No-Hitter:

George Bradley (SLB)

vs. Hartford Dark Blues (2-0)

July 15th, 1876

Oscar Walker

A. A. Home Run Leader (7)

Oscar Walker (SLB)

1882

Bob Caruthers

A. A. Wins Leader (40)

Bob Caruthers (SLB)

1885

Bob Caruthers 3

A. L. ERA Leader (2.07)

Bob Caruthers (SLB)

1885

1885 WS Game 2

Hosted 1885 World Series

Neutral Site – Games 2-4

Chicago White Stockings (NL)

St. Louis Browns (AA)

October 15-17, 1885

Dave Foutz

A. A. Co-Wins Leader (41)

Dave Foutz (SLB)

1886

Dave Foutz 2

A. A. ERA Leader (2.11)

Dave Foutz (SLB)

1886

Tip O'Neill 6

A. A. RBI Leader (107)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1886

Fred Dunlap

Cycle:

Fred “Sure Shot” Dunlap (SLB)

vs. New York Gothams

May 24th, 1886

1886 WS Game 6

Browns Defeat White Stockings

Win World Series 4-2

October 23rd, 1886

Tip O'Neill 3

A. A. Home Run Leader (14)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1887

Tip O'Neill 4

A. A. Batting Champion (.435)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1887

Tip O'Neill 7

A. A. RBI Leader (123)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1887

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A. A. Co-Triples Leader (19)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1887

Tip O'Neill

Cycle:

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

vs. Cleveland Blues

April 30th, 1887

Tip O'Neill 2

Cycle:

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

vs. Louisville Colonels

May 7th, 1887

Silver King

A. A. Wins Leader (45)

Silver King (SLB)

1888

Tip O'Neill 5

A. A. Batting Champion (.335)

Tip O’Neill (SLB)

1888

Silver King 2

A. A. ERA Leader (1.63)

Silver King (SLB)

1888

Arlie Latham

A. A. Stolen Base Leader (109)

Arlie Latham (SLB)

1888

1888 WS

Browns Defeat Giants

Win World Series 6-4

October 27th, 1888

Jack Stivetts

A. A. ERA Leader (2.25)

Jack Stivetts (SLB)

1889

63.350.215.172.1666

A. A. Home Run Leader (9)

Count Campau (SLB)

1890

McCarthy Tom 141-46_FL_PD

A. A. Stolen Base Leader (140)

Tommy McCarthy (SLB)

1890

Ed Cartwright

Ed Cartwright (SLB)

Two Home Runs

3rd Inning

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

September 23, 1890

Jack Stivetts 2

A. A. Strikeout Leader (259)

Jack Stivetts (SLB)

1891

Ted Breaitenstein 1

No Hitter:

Ted Breitenstein (SLB)

vs. Louisville Colonels (8-0)

First Major League Start

October 4th, 1891

1905 Weldon Henley

No Hitter:

Weldon Henley (PHI)

7-22-05

vs. St. Louis Browns (6-0)

George Stone

A. L. Batting Champion (.358)

George Stone (SLB)

1906

1906 Mal Eason

No Hitter:

Mal Eason (BKN)

7-20-06

vs. St. Louis Cardinals (2-0)

Tris Speaker

Cycle:

Tris Speaker (BOS)

vs. St. Louis Browns

June 9th, 1912

Collins E 147.81 PD

Eddie Collins (PHA)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. St. Louis Browns

September 22nd, 1912

Eddie Collins 3

Six Stolen Bases

Eddie Collins (PHA)

vs. St. Louis Browns

September 22nd, 1912

Del Pratt

A. L. RBI Leader (103)

Del Pratt (SLB)

1916

1917 Ed Cicotte

No Hitter:

Ed Cicotte (CHI)

4-14-17

vs. St. Louis Browns (11-0)

1917 Erine Koob

No Hitter:

Ernie Koob (SLB)

5-5-17

vs. Chicago White Sox (1-0)

1917 Bob Groom

No Hitter:

Bob Groom (SLB)

vs. Chicago White Sox (3-0)

5-6-17

George Sisler 5

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (45)

George Sisler (SLB)

1918

George Sisler 9

A. L. Batting Champion (.407)

George Sisler (SLB)

1920

Rogers Hornsby 6

N. L. Batting Champion (.370)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1920

Rogers Hornsby 13

N. L. Co-RBI Leader (94)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1920

George Sisler

Cycle:

George Sisler (SLB)

vs. Washington Senators

August 8th, 1920

Urban Shocker

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (27)

Urban Shocker (SLB)

1921

Rogers Hornsby 7

N. L. Batting Champion (.397)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1921

Bill Doak 2

N. L. ERA Leader (2.59)

Bill Doak (SLC)

1921

Rogers Hornsby 12

N. L. RBI Leader (126)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1921

George Sisler 6

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (35)

George Sisler (SLB)

1921

Jack Tobin

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

Jack Tobin (SLB)

1921

George Sisler 11

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

George Sisler (SLB)

1921

Rogers Hornsby 18

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1921

George Sisler 4

A. L. Most Valuable Player

George Sisler (SLB)

1922

Ken Williams 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (39)

Ken Williams (SLB)

1922

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N. L. Home Run Leader (42)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1922

George Sisler 10

A. L. Batting Champion (.420)

George Sisler (SLB)

1922

Rogers Hornsby 8

N. L. Batting Champion (.401)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1922

Phil Douglas

N. L. ERA Leader (2.63)

Phil Douglas (SLC)

1922

Ken Williams 3

A. L. RBI Leader (155)

Ken Williams (SLB)

1922

Rogers Hornsby 14

N. L. RBI Leader (152)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1922

Urban Shocker 2

A. L. Strikeout Leader (149)

Urban Shocker (SLB)

1922

George Sisler 7

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (51)

George Sisler (SLB)

1922

George Sisler 12

A. L. Triples Leader (18)

George Sisler (SLB)

1922

Ken Williams

Ken Williams (SLB)

Two Home Runs

6th Inning

vs. Washington Senators

August 7th, 1922

Rogers Hornsby 16

N. L. Batting Champion (.384)

Rogers Hornsby (STL)

1923

Rogers Hornsby 9

N. L. Batting Champion (.424)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1924

1924 Jesse Haines

No Hitter:

Jesse Haines (SLC)

7-17-24

vs. Boston Braves (5-0)

Rogers Hornsby 2

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1925

Rogers Hornsby in the Dugout

N. L. Home Run Leader (39)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1925

Rogers Hornsby 10

N. L. Batting Champion (.403)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1925

Rogers Hornsby 15

N. L. RBI Leader (143)

Rogers Hornsby (SLC)

1925

Bob O'Farrell

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Bob O’Farrell (SLC)

1926

Flint Rhem

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Flint Rhem (SLC)

1926

Jim Bottomley 4

N. L. RBI Leader (120)

Jim Bottomley (SLC)

1926

George Sisler 8

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (27)

George Sisler (SLB)

1927

Frankie Frisch 4

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (48)

Frankie Frisch (SLC)

1927

Bottomley Jim 1694-68WTk_FL_PD

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Jim Bottomley (SLC)

1928

Bottomley Jim 3942-73_HS_PD

N. L. Co-Home Run Leader (31)

Jim Bottomley (SLC)

1928

Jim Bottomley 5

N. L. RBI Leader (136)

Jim Bottomley (SLC)

1928

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N. L. Triples Leader (20)

Jim Bottomley (SLC)

1928

1928 WS

Yankees Defeat Cardinals

Win World Series 4-0

October 9th, 1928

Bill Hallahan 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (177)

Bill Hallahan (SLC)

1930

Chick Hafey

Cycle:

Chick Hafey (SLC)

vs. Philadelphia Phillies

August 21st, 1930

Frankie Frisch

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Frankie Frisch (SLC)

1931

Bill Hallahan

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (19)

Bill Hallahan (SLC)

1931

Chick Hafey 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.349)

Chick Hafey (SLC)

1931

Bill Hallahan 3

N. L. Strikeout Leader (159)

Bill Hallahan (SLC)

1931

Frankie Frisch 5

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (28)

Frankie Frisch (SLC)

1931

1931 WS

Cardinals Defeat Athletics

Win World Series 4-3

October 10th, 1931

Dizzy Dean 4

N. L. Strikeout Leader (191)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1932

Dizzy Dean 5

N. L. Strikeout Leader (199)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1933

Pepper Martin 2

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (26)

Pepper Martin (SLC)

1933

Chuck Klein 2

Cycle:

Chuck Klein (PHI)

vs. St. Louis Cardinals

May 26th, 1933

Babe Herman 3

Cycle:

Babe Herman (CHC)

vs. St. Louis Cardinals

September 30th, 1933

Dizzy Dean

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1934

Ripper Collins

N. L. Co-Home Run Leader (35)

Ripper Collins (SLC)

1934

Dean 1457.68WtD PD

N. L. Wins Leader (30)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1934

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N. L. Strikeout Leader (195)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1934

Pepper Martin 3

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (23)

Pepper Martin (SLC)

1934

Joe Medwick 9

N. L. Triples Leader (18)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1934

1934 Bobo Newsom

No Hitter:

Bobo Newsom (SLB)

9-18-34

vs. Boston Red Sox (1-2)

1934 Paul Dean

No Hitter:

Paul Dean (SLC)

9-21-34

vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (3-0)

Dizzy Dean 3

N. L. Wins Leader (28)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1935

Dizzy Dean 7

N. L. Strikeout Leader (190)

Dizzy Dean (SLC)

1935

Joe Medwick 6

N. L. RBI Leader (138)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1936

Lyn Lary

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (37)

Lyn Lary (SLB)

1936

Pepper Martin 4

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (23)

Pepper Martin (SLC)

1936

Joe Medwick 2

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1937

Joe Medwick 4

N. L. Co-Home Run Leader (31)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1937

Joe Medwick 5

N. L. Batting Champion (.374)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1937

Joe Medwick 7

N. L. RBI Leader (154)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1937

Joe Medwick 8

N. L. RBI Leader (122)

Joe “Ducky” Medwick (SLC)

1938

Johnny Mize 10

N. L. Triples Leader (16)

Johnny Mize (SLC)

1938

Johnny Mize 2

N. L. Home Run Leader (28)

Johnny Mize (SLC)

1939

Johnny Mize 6

N. L. Batting Champion (.339)

Johnny Mize (SLC)

1939

Sam Chapman

Cycle:

Sam Chapman (PHA)

vs. St. Louis Browns

May 5th, 1939

Mize J 2886.68WTp_HS_NBL

N. L. Home Run Leader (43)

Johnny Mize (SLC)

1940

Mize Johnny 267-71_Batting_PD

N. L. RBI Leader (137)

Johnny Mize (SLC)

1940

1940 AS

July 9th, 1940

National League 4

American League 0

Johnny Mize

Cycle:

Johnny Mize (SLC)

vs. New York Giants

July 13th, 1940

George McQuinn

Cycle:

George McQuinn (SLB)

vs. Boston Red Sox

July 19th, 1941

Mort Cooper

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Mort Cooper (SLC)

1942

Mort Cooper 2

N. L. Wins Leader (22)

Mort Cooper (SLC)

1942

Mort Cooper 4

N. L. ERA Leader (1.78)

Mort Cooper (SLC)

1942

Enos Slaughter 3

N. L. Triples Leader (17)

Enos Slaughter (SLC)

1942

Stan Musial

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Stan Musial (SLC)

1943

Mort Cooper 3

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Mort Cooper (SLC)

1943

Stan Musial 5

N. L. Batting Champion (.357)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1943

Max Lanier

N. L. ERA Leader (1.90)

Max Lanier (SLC)

1943

Stan Musial 14

N. L. Triples Leader (20)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1943

1943 WS

Yankees Defeat Cardinals

Win World Series 4-1

October 11th, 1943

Marion Marty 5001.91_HS_NBL

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Marty Marion (SLC)

1944

Vern Stephens 3

A. L. RBI Leader (109)

Vern Stephens (SLB)

1944

1944 WS

Cardinals Defeat Browns

Win World Series 4-2

October 19th, 1944

Vern Stephens 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (24)

Vern Stephens (SLB)

1945

Red Barrett

N. L. Wins Leader (23)

Red Barrett (SLC/BOS)

1945

Schoendienst Red 5651-71d_Act_NBL

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (26)

Red Schoendienst (SLC)

1945

Stan Musial 3

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Stan Musial (SLC)

1946

Howie Pollet

N. L. Wins Leader (21)

Howie Pollet (SLC)

1946

Stan Musial 6

N. L. Batting Champion (.365)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1946

Howie Pollet 2

N. L. ERA Leader (2.10)

Howie Pollet (SLC)

1946

Slaughter Enos 8390.89_Port_CSU

N. L. RBI Leader (130)

Enos Slaughter (SLC)

1946

Stan Musial 15

N. L. Triples Leader (20)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1946

Rudy York

Rudy York Hits

Two Grand Slams

July 27th, 1946

Enos Slaughter - Mad Dash

Slaughter’s Mad Dash

October 15th, 1946

1946 WS

Cardinals Defeat Red Sox

Win World Series

October 15th, 1946

Harry Walker 2

N. L. Batting Champion (.363)

Harry “The Hat” Walker (SLC/PHI)

1947

Bob Dillinger

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (34)

Bob Dillinger (SLC)

1947

Harry Walker 3

N. L. Triples Leader (16)

Harry Walker (SLC/PHI)

1947

Stan Musial 4

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Stan Musial (SLC)

1948

Musial Stan 4461-70_FL_NBL

N. L. Batting Champion (.376)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1948

Harry Breechen

N. L. ERA Leader (2.24)

Harry Brecheen (SLC)

1948

Stan Musial 12

N. L. RBI Leader (131)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1948

Harry Breechen 2

N. L. Strikeout Leader (149)

Harry Brecheen (SLC)

1948

Bob Dillinger 3

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (28)

Bob Dillinger (SLB)

1948

Stan Musial 16

N. L. Triples Leader (18)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1948

1948 AS

July 13th, 1948

American League 5

National League 2

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Cycle:

Jackie Robinson (BKN)

vs. St. Louis Cardinals

August 29th, 1948

Roy Sievers

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Roy Sievers (SLB)

1949

Bob Dillinger 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (20)

Bob Dillinger (SLB)

1949

Stan Musial 17

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (13)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1949

Enos Slaughter 4

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (13)

Enos Slaughter (SLC)

1949

Stan Musial 8

N. L. Batting Champion (.346)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1950

Stan Musial 9

N. L. Batting Champion (.355)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1951

Stan Musial 18

N. L. Co-Triples Leader (12)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1951

Eddie Gaedel

August 19th, 1951

3’6″ Eddie Gaedel Pinch Hits

for the St. Louis Browns

Stan Musial 10

N. L. Batting Champion (.336)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1952

1953 Bobo Holloman

No Hitter:

Bobo Holloman (SLB)

5-6-53

vs. Philadelphia A’s (6-0)

Wally Moon

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Wally Moon (SLC)

1954

Bill Virdon

N.L. Rookie of the Year

Bill Virdon (SLC)

1955

Stan Musial 13

N. L. RBI Leader (109)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1956

1957 All Star Game Preview

N. L. Batting Champion (.351)

Stan Musial (SLC)

1957

Lindy McDaniel

N.L. Fireman of the Year

Lindy McDaniel (SLC)

1960

Ernie Broglio

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Ernie Broglio (SLC)

1960

Ken Boyer

Cycle:

Ken Boyer (SLC)

vs. Chicago Cubs

September 14th, 1961

Maury Wills

September 23, 1962

Maury Wills Breaks Ty Cobb’s

Single Season Stolen Base Record (97)

Ken Boyer 4

N. L. Most Valuable Player

Ken Boyer (SLC)

1964

Ken Boyer 5

N. L. RBI Leader (119)

Ken Boyer (SLC)

1964

Willie Stargell

Cycle:

Willie Stargell (PIT)

vs. St. Louis Cardinals

July 22nd, 1964

1964 WS

Cardinals Defeat Yankees

Win World Series 4-3

October 15th, 1964