- The Cardinals committed 17 errors (ties a major league record) in a doubleheader as Cincinnati sweeps in 1909.
- The Cardinals, in 1917, traded Bob Besher, Sam Bohne, Paddy Livingston, and cash to Milwaukee (American Association) for Marv Goodwin.
- It’s 1918 and the hidden ball trick works to aid the Cardinals to a 2-1 win over the Cubs.
- Cardinal first baseman Johnny Mize accumulates 13 total bases, hitting two home runs, a triple and a double in 1939.
- The Twins, in 2001, traded Hanley Frias to the Cardinals for Larry Sutton
- In 2006, the Cardinals signed Jorge Rondon as an amateur free agent.
- Wese Callahan- Born 1898 in Lyons, IN – He played in 7 career games on the Cardinals in 1913.
- Matt Keough- Born 1955 in Pomona, CA- He pitched in 4 games for the Cardinals in 1985.
- Kurt Kepshire- Born 1959 in Bridgeport, CT- He pitched for the Cardinals in 1984-1985-1986 with a career 16-15 record
- Les Backman 1909- Took the loss with 6.1IP/11H/7ER/4BB/2K BOXSCORE
- Grover Lowdermilk 1909- 2.1IP/2H/3ER/4BB/1K BOXSCORE
- Jack Crimian 1951- He pitched to one batter in his debut who doubled and scored BOXSCORE
- Dick Schofield 1953- He was a pinch runner for Del Rice in the 7th inning. BOXSCORE
- Jack Damaska 1963- He pinch hits in the 8th inning and struck out. BOXSCORE
- Placido Polanco 1998- He comes in for defense in the 7th and flies out in the 8th BOXSCORE
- Josh Kinney 2006- In relief, 2IP/4H/1ER/0BB/2K BOXSCORE
- Jarrett Hoffpauir 2009- In 2 AB’s, he walked and singled with 2 RBI’s BOXSCORE
- Hank Robinson- Died in 1965- Pitched for Cardinals in 1914-1915 and had 14-26 record
- Earl Francis- Died in 2012- He pitched in 2 games for the Cardinals in 1965.
- In 1999, Mark McGwire coaxes a bases loaded walk to ensure a 2-1 win over the DBacks in 10 innings.
- In the bottom of the 9th inning, Abraham Nunez singles home Yadier Molina for a 5-4 walk-off win.
Pitcher Tony Cloninger. in 1966, hits two grand slams and drives in nine runs, as the Atlanta Braves rout the Giants at Candlestick Park, 17 – 3. Cloninger is the first National League player to slam two in a game, and the first pitcher ever, and his nine RBIs are a major-league record for pitchers.