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Why Expos thought Al Hrabosky went head hunting

Consistently confrontational, Al Hrabosky was involved in controversy right down to his very last homestand as a Cardinals pitcher.

In 1977, Hrabosky, the so-called “Mad Hungarian,” was involved in a series of incidents, including… 661 more words


How Cardinals won 2 June games by combined 34-0 score

Facing a collection of arms ranging from a 15-year-old making his big-league debut to a 36-year-old batting practice pitcher, the 1944 Cardinals became the first team in the majors to achieve two shutout wins by margins of 16 runs or more in the same month. 952 more words


Rod Brewer, Stan Royer hit but didn't fit with Cards

Rod Brewer and Stan Royer, corner infield prospects, each had his best performance in one of the Cardinals’ most productive games.

Twenty-five years ago, on Sept. 802 more words


Heat-related opening week Mountain West roundup

What could be more San Diego than a blazing September afternoon at STADIUM with 46,132 sweaty friends! I ask you. Those thousands of hardy souls braved great expanses of sizzling asphalt for the SDSU football  1,458 more words

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Nothing can be reached by discussion with the opponent

There are still many Anthroposophists who think that something may be reached by direct discussion with the opponent. Nothing can do us more harm than success in setting forth our truths in the form of discussion; for people do not hate us because we say something that is not true, but because we say the truth. 140 more words


How Terry Pendleton rescued Cardinals from the brink

Attempting to hit a home run at the most urgent point in the most crucial game of the season, Terry Pendleton had the presence of mind to make an adjustment in the middle of his at-bat and accomplished his mission. 940 more words


How Cardinals, Royals launched regular-season rivalry

Twelve years after the Cardinals and Royals opposed one another in the World Series, the teams were matched for the first time in the regular season. 672 more words