Dizzy Dean pitches the last of 154 career complete games in 1940 with a 7-4 win over the Cubs with 9IP/9H/3ER/0BB/1K.
1950- At Ebbets Field, Cardinal starter Cloyd Boyer hurts his arm while warming up and is replaced by Red Munger. The reliever goes the distance, beating the Dodgers, 6-2, getting credit for a complete game, but not for a game started.
1968 The Cardinals clinch their twelfth National League pennant when the team beats Houston at the Astrodome, 7-4. The contest, which features Curt Flood collecting five hits, marks the final home run by Roger Maris, who will finish his 12-year major league career with 275 round-trippers.
1969 Cardinal hurler Steve Carlton fans nineteen batters, including three in the final frame.
1971- The Minnesota Twins traded Stan Williams to the St. Louis Cardinals for Fred Rico and Dan Ford.
The Cardinals released Barry Lyons in 1993.
1995 Ozzie Smith takes part in the 1,554th twin killing of his career to set a new big league record for double plays.
1998 Ending a six-game drought without a homer, Mark McGwire, pinch-hitting in the ninth inning, hits his 63rd homer.
The Cardinals traded Michael Blazek to the Milwaukee Brewers for John Axford in 2013.
Harry McCurdy 1899
Jim Davis 1924
Charley Smith 1924
Dakota Hudson 1994
Speed Walker 1923
Sam Narron 1935
Taylor Duncan 1977
Andy Rincon 1980
Audry Perez 2013
Ethan Allen 1993
Tracking Musial’s Home Runs
In 1946 he hit career homer #49 in New York with a 2-run homer in the top of the 9th.
Clem Labine gave up home run #253 of Stan’s career in 1953 in 8th inning with game tied.
Lefty Sandy Koufax gave up a solo home run which was #323 in 1955.
In 1956, it was Hoyt Wilhelm of the NY Giants surrendering career #349.