- The Cardinals, in 1903, win their fourth straight game in their final at-bat. Homer Smoot hits a three-run to provide for an 8-7 win. Rookie pitcher Mordecai “Three Fingers” Brown was the starter in the game.
- In a 1913 game against the Superbas (Dodgers), Slim Sallee becomes the first pitcher in Cardinal history to steal home.
- The Cubs send Eddie Solomon to the Cardinals for Ken Crosby in a trade-in 1975.
- The Cardinals purchased Gary Rajsich from the San Francisco Giants in 1985.
- The Rangers in 1993 trade Todd Burns to the Cardinals for Duff Brumley.
- The Boston Red Sox traded Julio Lugo in 2009 to the St. Louis Cardinals for Chris Duncan
- In 2016, the Cardinals win 4-3 over the Dodgers in 16 innings. Down to their last out, Jedd Gyorko hits a solo home run in the 9th inning to tie the game. It was his 5th home run in 5 days. Tyler Lyons came in to pitch in relief and limited the Dodgers to one hit in 4.2 innings of work. Matt Adam supplied the power to a walk-off homer in the 16th inning and allowed Seth Maness to get the win.
- Jack Glasscock 1857 – was a manager before they became the Cardinals
- Jesse Haines 1893
- Joe Bratcher 1898
- Bart Zeller 1941
- Gary Buckels 1965
- Rob Johnson 1982
- Buck Hopkins 1907
- Jack McAdams 1911
- Bob Blaylock 1956
- Pat Dillard 1907
- Charlie Swindells 1940
- Mike Coolbaugh 2007 – He died coaching first base in a minor league game.
Tracking Musial’s Home Runs
He hit a home run on this date in five consecutive (1947-1951) years
- 1947- #62 Facing Monty Kennedy with a 2-run homer.
- 1948- #94 off of Clem Dreissenward with a 2-run home run.
- 1949- Preacher Roe gave up #127 in the top of the 1st inning.
- 1950- Warren Spahn allowed the most home runs to Musial in his lifetime and this one was #159.
- 1951- #193 facing Carl Erskine, Stan hit a 2-run homer in the 7th inning.
- 1955- #314 came from Murry Dickson in the sixth inning.
Bob Gibson’s Complete Games
In 1971, he finished with 9IP/5H/0ER/3BB/6K for complete game #197 of his career.