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20th win for Ray Sadecki put 1964 Cardinals into 1st place

Five months after it appeared he might pitch his way out of the starting rotation, Ray Sadecki earned his 20th win and propelled the 1964 Cardinals into first place in the National League. 492 more words


Coaching Records Against Ranked Teams

The following are coaching records when a team is playing a ranked opponent. I included all coaches that had at least 20 games where they played a team that was ranked in either the AP poll or the coaches’ poll. 1,423 more words


Ray Sadecki: Wild, nearly unhittable in 1st Cardinals win

At 19, Ray Sadecki replaced Bob Gibson on the 1960 Cardinals staff. As if that wasn’t enough pressure, Sadecki also was given a spot in the starting rotation. 479 more words


Jerry Reuss on Joe Torre: He managed Cardinals on field

On Nov. 11, 2014, I visited the Dodgers Adult Baseball Camp at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla., to seek out Jerry Reuss for an interview about his time as a pitcher with the Cardinals. 1,090 more words


Paul Molitor vs. Cardinals: Sensational, strange 1982 Series

Paul Molitor is linked with Willie McGee and Darrell Porter as central figures in two of the most prominent plays in the 1982 World Series between the Brewers and Cardinals. 736 more words


2014 Giants followed World Series script of 1946 Cardinals

Performing an escape act on the sport’s grandest stage, the Cardinals were the first team to emerge victorious in a World Series that ended with the tying run on third base. 813 more words


How to Outgun Opponents during Poker Tournaments in Bay Area Casinos

The rigors of playing seemingly-endless rounds of poker is what differentiates playing at home with a few buddies and playing in popular Bay Area casinos like Twin Pine Casino & Hotel. 62 more words