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Cubs vs Cardinals: The History You Never Knew

Did you know that the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals have only met twice in the playoffs before this year’s National League Division Series? No? 983 more words

How Cardinals held off Mets in October 1985 drama

Needing to win one of three games against the Mets to block them from taking a share of first place in the National League East, the Cardinals finally achieved the goal in the finale of an intense October series at St. 809 more words


Devastation of Team Members Disloyalty

A team with members working against each other will never be a threat to its opponents and will always fail….sometimes I feel like we, as Christians, are working against each other.

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The story of Bob Gibson, Gaylord Perry and a slam

Bob Gibson capped one of his best seasons as a hitter by slugging a grand slam against a fellow future Hall of Famer.

Fifty years ago, on Sept. 707 more words


How Bernard Gilkey foiled an opponent's masterpiece

As a Cardinals rookie who had been in the major leagues for less than a month, Bernard Gilkey prevented perfection by delivering a nearly flawless performance of his own against the Phillies. 579 more words


Larry Jaster and his sparkling September with Cardinals

With complete-game wins in his first three big-league starts, Larry Jaster transformed from a perceived disappointment to a promising starter for the Cardinals.

Fifty years ago, in September 1965, Jaster was called up to the Cardinals from Class AA Tulsa. 921 more words


The story of Randy Flores and his most significant win

Randy Flores was the winning pitcher in one of the most dramatic postseason games played by the Cardinals.

On Oct. 19, 2006, Flores pitched a flawless eighth inning, setting the stage for Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright to lift the Cardinals to a 3-1 victory in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series against the Mets at New York. 629 more words