1,001 Little Known Fun Facts About St. Louis Cardinals

1,001 Little Known Fun Facts About St. Louis Cardinals

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by Robin Pauls
     
 
From 1882 to 2012 all the most notable milestones and moments are covered along with the many little known facts that provides hours of fun for readers to rekindle old memories, learn new tidbits and tales while enhancing their knowledge of Cardinals' history, postseason play, superstars, players, managers, stadiums and more.

1,001 Little-Known Fun Facts about

Overview

From 1882 to 2012 all the most notable milestones and moments are covered along with the many little known facts that provides hours of fun for readers to rekindle old memories, learn new tidbits and tales while enhancing their knowledge of Cardinals' history, postseason play, superstars, players, managers, stadiums and more.

1,001 Little-Known Fun Facts about the St. Louis Cardinals is a great book for Cardinals' fans to read through a page at a time, or chapter by chapter. Information is presented in one to several sentence passages and organized into thirteen different themes and accompanied with seventeen illustrations of famous players.

Did you know?

Branch Rickey moved from the American League's St. Louis Browns to the St. Louis Cardinals in 1919 as the general manager and established a farm system for developing players. The rewards were reaped for decades.

A Most Valuable Player award for the World Series began in 1955. Since then, the Cardinals have had the World Series MVP five times: Bob Gibson in 1964 (2-1 record, 31 strike outs), Gibson in 1967 (3-0 record, 26 strike outs), Darrell Porter in 1982 (.286 batting average, five RBI), David Eckstein in 2006 (.364 batting average, four RBI) and David Freese in 2011 (.348 batting average, seven RBI, walk-off HR in Game

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935628910
Publisher:
Blue River Press
Publication date:
06/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Robin Pauls is a lifelong baseball fan who, after more than five decades on this earth, would still rather be playing the game than writing about it. This is his first book.

Dale Ratermann has been a Cardinals fan since he attended his first game in old Sportsman's Park in 1963. He is the puzzle editor for a chain of Midwest newspapers and has authored more than 50 books.

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1,001 Little Known Fun Facts About St. Louis Cardinals 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
very-happy-user More than 1 year ago
Great read waiting game to start