September 21 in Cardinals History

Cardinals History

1934– “If I’da known he was gonna throw one, I’da thrown one, too.” –Dizzy Dean, after his brother threw a no-hitter in the nightcap of a double-header

In the second game of a doubleheader at Ebbets Field, 22 year-old Cardinal hurler Paul Dean becomes the fifth rookie to throw a no-hitter, beating the Dodgers, 3-0. His brother Dizzy had thrown a two-hitter in the first game of the twin bill, blanking Brooklyn, 13-0.

1951– In his major league debut, Cardinals hurler Jack Collum throws a two-hit shutout against the Cubs at Sportsman’s Park, 6-0. The rookie southpaw developed a natural screwball due to losing part of his index finger in a farm accident.

2010– The St. Louis Cardinals released Felipe Lopez.



Billy Muffett 1930

Danny Cox 1959

Jason Christinson 1969

Scott Spezio 1972

Brian Tallet 1977

Carlos Martinez 1991



Lynn King 1935

Jackie Collum 1951

Don Lassetter 1957

Ted Simmons 1968

Marc Ronan 1993