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Dizzy Dean was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. inspiration for wall art

1953 Cardinals program front

My mom went to a game on June 19, 1953. She doesn't care for baseball but lucky me she kept the program.

Ken Boyer and Fred Hutchinson

Jeff Weller on Twitter

“@Cardinals Ken Boyer wins NL MVP OTD 1964. Here he's greeted by @reds mgr Fred Hutchinson after hitting HR in 64 ASG.”

Baseball Ticket -- Bob Gibson struck out 17 Detroit Tigers in the Cardinals victory that day. #baseballstadium

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Baseball Ticket -- Bob Gibson struck out 17 Detroit Tigers in the Cardinals victory that day. #baseballstadium

Ozzie Smith — Sport Legends Art

Ozzie Smith – His defensive brilliance at the position of shortstop earned Ozzie the Nickname “The Wizard”. Ozzie was inducted into Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 2002. The Sporting News has ranked Ozzie number 87 on its list of the 100 Greatest Players of all time. This 12 x 18 inch print bears a portrait of Ozzie, an action shot of him fielding a ball, his retired Number 1, and a listing of accomplishments that earned him a place in Baseball’s Hall of Fame. This illustration…

The last player to hit for the Triple Crown was Miguel Cabrera in 2012. Before that it had been 45 years sinceYastrzemski in 1967. The NL has not seen a Triple Crown in 82 years, and only four times in history has it happened in the NL. Three of the four belong to the Cardinals, as Rogers Hornsby won in 1922 and 1925. And the most recent was the great outfielder Joe Medwick, pictured here, in 1937. He would have been 108 today if he were still with us. (posted 2019-11-24)

Joe Medwick, the last NL player to hit for the Triple Crown

The last player to hit for the Triple Crown was Miguel Cabrera in 2012. Before that it had been 45 years sinceYastrzemski in 1967. The NL has not seen a Triple Crown in 82 years, and only four times in history has it happened in the NL. Three of the four belong to the Cardinals, as Rogers Hornsby won in 1922 and 1925. And the most recent was the great outfielder Joe Medwick, pictured here, in 1937. He would have been 108 today if he were still with us. (posted 2019-11-24)

End of Innocence

End of Innocence

Bruce Kison seemed a wide-eyed rookie, agog at playing in a World Series, until he uncorked his fastball and brought the Orioles to their knees

End of Innocence

End of Innocence

Bruce Kison seemed a wide-eyed rookie, agog at playing in a World Series, until he uncorked his fastball and brought the Orioles to their knees

Catcher, broadcaster and Hill icon Joe Garagiola dies at 90

He grew up on the Hill with Yogi Berra and played for the Cardinals' 1946 World Series championship team at age 20. He had a long career in broadcasting with

Baseball History in 1934: Dizzy, Daffy and Ducky

The Cardinals' Gashouse Gang goes into full bully mode behind the dazzling Dean brothers and capture the World Series under near-riotous circumstances.

Photo: Orlando Cepeda Poster : 32x24in

Photo: Orlando Cepeda Poster : 32x24in

size: 32x24in Photo: Orlando Cepeda Poster : Transportation