Friday, October 28, 2011

Cardinals Hall of Famers

It was good seeing my guy David Eckstein, former Cardinals short-stop and 2006 World Series MVP. He's still a hottie! It was also nice seeing baseball living legends: Stan Musial, Lou Brock, Ozzie Smith, Bob Gibson, and Red Schoendienst, during the pregame ceremonies.  Here's a list of the other Cardinals Hall of Famers:

PlayersYears played with Cardinals
Pete Alexander1926-1929
Walter Alston #1936
Jake Beckley1904-07
Jim Bottomley *1922-32
Roger Bresnahan1909-12
Lou Brock *1964-1979
Mordecai Brown1903
Jesse Burkett1899-1901
Steve Carlton1965-1971
Orlando Cepeda1966-1968
Roger Connor1894-1897
Dizzy Dean *1930, 1932-1937
Leo Durocher *#1933-1937
Dennis Eckersley1996-1997
Frankie Frisch *1927-1937
Pud Galvin1892
Bob Gibson *1959-1975
Burleigh Grimes1930-1931, 1933-1934
Chick Hafey *1924-1931
Jesse Haines *1920-1937
Rogers Hornsby *1915-1926, 1933
Miller Huggins #1910-1916
Rabit Maranville1927-1928
John McGraw #1900
Joe Medwick *1932-1940, 1947-1948
Johnny Mize *1936-1941
Stan Musial *1941-1944, 1946-1963
Kid Nichols1904-1905
Wilbert Robinson #1900
Red Schoendienst *1945-1956, 1961-1963
Enos Slaughter *1938-1942, 1946-1953
Ozzie Smith *1982-1996
Bruce Sutter1981-1984
Dazzy Vance1933-1934
Bobby Wallace1899-1901, 1917-1918
Hoyt Wilhelm1957
Vic Willis1910
Cy Young1899-1900

* Played more games with Cardinals than any other team
# Elected as a Manager or Executive

"The reality is that, if we don't win tomorrow, this game becomes just a footnote to a nice season. But if we win tomorrow, this is the stuff of legends." ~Cardinals right fielder, Lance Berkman

Kiener plaza downtown, St. Louis, MO.

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