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Can you name the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame Players?
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Won 7 batting titles, made 24 All-Star teams and took home three MVP awards. Hit .331 for his career with 475 homeruns and 1951 RBI's. Led the Cardinals to 3 World Series Wins
From 1921 to 1925 he batted an average of .402 and was nicknamed 'The Rajah'. Owns 2 triple crown titles from 1922 and 1925.
Played on 6 All-star teams and collected the NL MVP and Triple Crown award in 1937 and was the last NL player to win the Triple Crown.
#7 (from 1933 to 1940)
Had a career .293 batting average, 938 stolen bases, and 149 homeruns. Also collected 2 World Series rings.
Won 251 games in his career and struck out 3,117 batters. In 1968 he won the NL MVP and Cy Young when he won 22 games posting a 1.12 ERA.
At the age of 24 he became the first National League pitcher to win 30 games in a season. He has a 137-74 career record with the Cardinals.
Only played for the Cardinals for 4 years. In 1984 he was selected to play in the All-star game while leading the National League with 45 saves and an ERA of 1.54 in 122 1/3 inning
Known as 'Fordham Flash'. During his 11 yrs. with the Cards he hit .311 and won the 1931 MVP award. Also served as a player/manager of the 1934 World Series Champion Gashouse Gang.
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