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St. Louis Cardinals
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 team winning the World Series. Share your favorite player from the 1967 team in the comments!
Curt Flood. It is such a shame that he is known more for one error in the series the next year. He was not the best player playing center field at the time, but I believe he was the best center fielder. Mays made the mundane plays look exciting. Flood made the hard ones look easy. He was never out of place. He went an entire season without an error and won 7 straight GoldGloves starting in 1963. He ran like a gazelle with the grace of Barishnikoff. He was beautiful to watch.
He is, in my opinion, the most important sports figure in the second half of the 20th century for his challenge of the reserve clause. Although he lost his court case ( and he knew he would), it made free agency inevitable. He changed not only baseball, but professional sports as we know it.
Favorites not possible. Gibson, Brock, Cepeda, Javier, Flood, Maris, Carlton, Shannon, McCarver, Hughes, Briles, Maxvill, Musial as GM, and Schoendinst as manager. Flood hit .335 and Cepeda .325. Hughes and Briles both had more wins than Gibson, but of course that was because Gibby missed a third of the season with a broken leg.
For myself, the whole team were favorites. What I most remember is the day the Cardinals got Roger Maris. I knew that day the Cardinals were going to have a good team. Lou Brock would set the standard for lead off batters for years to come. Curt Flood would exemplify what professionalism really meant. Gibson would redefine competitor (was listening to the game when the line drive off Roberto Clemente's bat hit Gibson and broke his leg; Gibson finished the inning). It was a team that also showed what team chemistry was about. I began listening to the Cardinals back in 1963 but 1967 was the year I began to identify as a Cardinal fan.
"When I take the mound, my mentality is to finish what I started." - Marcus Stroman #ThrowbackThursday
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#OTD in 2012, the Cardinals overcame a 6-run deficit in Game 5 of the NLDS against the Nationals in Washington to advance to the NLCS. The rally was capped off with 4 runs in the top of the 9th inning, all with two outs, to give the Redbirds a 9-7 win.
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What a weekend! As an MLB International Ambassador, Marcell spent time overseas spreading the game of baseball to Taiwanese youth. ⚾️
Some of our players shared their first baseball memory.
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