September 9 in Cardinals History

Cardinals History for September 9th

1937– The St. Louis Cardinals released Randy Moore.

1940– The St. Louis Cardinals released Jack Russell.

1941– The New York Giants traded a player to be named later and Jumbo Brown to the St. Louis Cardinals for Tom Sunkel. The New York Giants sent Rae Blaemire (April 8, 1942) to the St. Louis Cardinals to complete the trade.

1941– The Cincinnati Reds purchased Bert Haas from the St. Louis Cardinals.

1984– The Cincinnati Reds traded Paul Householder to the St. Louis Cardinals for John Stuper.

2003– The St. Louis Cardinals released Pedro Borbon.

2006–  In the shortest game ever recorded at Chase Field, Brandon Webb one-hits the visiting Cardinals, 3-0. The only hit the Diamondbacks right-hander gives up in the 1 hour and 54-minute game in the desert is Scott Rolen’s two-out double in the fourth inning

 

Birthdays

Ambrose Puttman 1880

Dots Miller 1886

Frankie Frisch 1897

Ed Mickelson 1926

Jerry Mumphrey 1952

Todd Zeile 1965

 

Debuts

Lon Ury 1903 – Played in two games in his career and batted (1-for-7) .143.

Milt Reed 1911

Jack Reis 1911

Dick Niehaus 1913

Sam Bohm 1916

Hal Epps 1928

Jose Jimenez 1998

Tommy Pham 2014

Sam Tuivailala 2014