July 3, 1967 – Broken Teeth, Stitches, and a Cardinals Win

The 1967 National League Pennant may have been the original rivalry builder between the Reds and Cardinals.

May 2 And 3, 1967: Total Domination Of The Cincinnati Reds

In early May, the Cincinnati Reds would come into St. Louis, hoping to make a statement. 26 hours later, they left with their tails tucked between their legs when the Cardinals delivered a message of their own.

The 1968 Cardinals Couldn’t Hit Either

Through the first five games of the 2011 season, the Cardinals offense has been somewhat of a disappointment. Instead of pressing the panic button. let’s flip through the pages of the Cardinals history book and see if we can find something that might put our mind at ease.

Remembering The World Champion 1962 Kansas City A’s

Okay, Kansas City didn’t win the 1962 World Series… the Yankees did. But the A’s fed all their greatest players to the Bronx, so Royals writer Matt Kelsey is claiming one of the Yankees’ titles for Kansas City.

BOOK REVIEW: Roger Maris: Baseball’s Reluctant Hero

Taking a look at the book “Roger Maris: Baseball’s Reluctant Hero”.

September 17 and 18, 1968 – Two Days of Nothing

In the list of great baseball games in Cardinals history, these two rank among the greatest – perhaps the most exciting back to back games ever played.