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ClueWho Am I
In 2005, I batted .310 with 27 hits to become the first Cardinals pitcher to win a Silver Slugger award since Bob Forsch in 1980.
On Aug. 4, 2004, I made my first error in 252 games at catcher -- a record errorless streak.
In 2000, I was hit by a pitch a league-leading 28 times and the most by a Cardinal since 1910.
Albert Pujols made the Cardinals' Opening Day roster in 2001 when I pulled a hamstring in a Spring Training game.
In 2004, I hit 22 home runs and set a record by hitting 20 or more homers with my sixth different team.
On April 23, 2005 against Roger Clemens and the Astros, I became the first Cardinals starting pitcher to win an extra-inning game since John Tudor in 1985.
In the 2000 NLCS against the Mets, I was the only Cardinals pitcher to get a win
On Sept. 30, 2007, I made the first start of my Major League career after 638 relief appearances.
In Game 2 of the 2006 NLDS against St. Louis, I dropped a popfly to the backstop by Albert Pujols and he homered later in the same at-bat.
On July 6, 2000, I became the only Cardinals player to homer in my first two at-bats.
On July 26, 2008, in a 14-inning win at the Mets, I had six hits, becoming the first Cardinals player to do since Terry Moore in 1935.
I won a batting title on the final day of the 2003 season, barely edging out Colorado's Matt Holliday.
I robbed Scott Rolen of a potential game-winning home run in Game 7 of 2006 NLCS at Shea Stadium.
On July 28, 2002, my three-run homer capped a sixth-run ninth inning for a 10-9 win over the Cubs at Busch Stadium.
In 2001, I set a club record by winning 15 games at Busch Stadium, going 15-2 at home..
ClueWho Am I
On August 10, 2003 against the Cardinals, I turned the 12th unassisted triple play in Major League history.
I was the winning pitcher June 18, 2002 against the Angels at Busch Stadium the night Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Buck died.
In Game 5 of the 2001 NLDS against Arizona, I pinch-hit for Mark McGwire.
In 2000, I struck out 194 batters, breaking Dizzy Dean's Cardinals rookie record of 191 set in 1932.
I hit the final home run at old Busch Stadium on Oct. 2, 2005 to lead the Cards to a 7-5 win over the Reds.
In the 2002 NLDS, while running the bases for Arizona, I collided with Scott Rolen, knocking him out for the remainder of the postseason.
On October 1, 2009 against the Reds, I became the first Cardinals pitcher since Kent Mercker in 1998 to hit a grandslam.
Reliever Adam Wainwright struck me out for the final out of the 2006 World Series.
In 2000, I was traded to the Cardinals and homered in each of my first four starts in the lineup.
On Aug. 26, 2006, I hit a walk-off grandslam against the Cubs at Busch Stadium.
On Sept. 5, 2001, two nights after Bud Smith threw a no-hitter, I pitched a two-hit shutout against the Padres and faced the minimum 27 batters.
In Game 7 of the 2004 NLCS, Jim Edmonds made a diving catch that would have given my team, the Astros, a 3-0 lead.
In 2005, I became the first Cardinals pitcher to start an All-Star Game since Rick Wise in 1973.
In 2003, my 30-game hitting streak was the longest by a Cardinal since Stan Musial in 1950.
On Oct, 19, 2005, in Game 6 of the NLCS, I flied out against the Astros for the final out at old Busch Stadium.

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