July 13 in Cardinals History

This Date in Cardinals History

St. Louis Cardinals released Chauncey Fisher in 1901.

In 1906 the Cardinals send Spike Shannon to the NY Giants for Doc Marshall and Sam Mertes.

The Cincinnati Reds purchase Les Mann in 1923 from the Cardinals

Cardinal right-hander Bill Doak loses his no-hitter in 1922 when he forgets to cover first base, turning Curt Walker’s seventh-inning grounder to first baseman Jack Fournier into an infield hit. The Redbirds’ star spitballer settles for a one-hitter, his second of the season, and a 1-0 victory over the Phillies at Sportsman’s Park.

St. Louis is the host of the All-Star game in 1948 and fans are thrilled as Stan Musial hits a home run in the first inning.

The Cardinals in 1972 disposed of the Braves 2-0 in a game that lasted 93 minutes as Reggie Cleveland 2-hits Atlanta.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Eliezer Alfonzo as an amateur free agent in 1996.


Tom O’Hara 1880

Daryl Spencer 1923

Clint Sodowsky 1972

Ryan Ludwick 1979


 Yadier Molina 1982



Lynn Myers 1938   (0-3 w 1BB)  Boxscore 


Jimmie Reese 1994

Mickey Owen 2005

Dave Ricketts 2008