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1917 St. Louis Cardinals season

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1917 St. Louis Cardinals
LeagueNational League
BallparkCardinal Field
CitySt. Louis, Missouri
Record82–70 (.539)
League place3rd
OwnersSam Breadon
ManagersMiller Huggins
← 1916 Seasons 1918 →

The 1917 St. Louis Cardinals season was the team's 36th season in St. Louis, Missouri and the 26th season in the National League. The Cardinals went 82–70 during the season and finished third in the National League.

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IN DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS, JUST ACROSS FROM BUSCH STADIUM, IS A MUSEUM CONTAINING A COLLECTION ACROSS FROM BUSCH STADIUM, IS A MUSEUM CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF MEMORABILIA AND HISTORY FROM MUSEUM CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF MEMORABILIA AND HISTORY FROM TWO SPORTS: ONE IS PLAYED BY OF MEMORABILIA AND HISTORY FROM TWO SPORTS: ONE IS PLAYED BY NEARLY A HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE TWO SPORTS: ONE IS PLAYED BY NEARLY A HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE A YEAR, WHILE THE OTHER IS KNOWN NEARLY A HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE A YEAR, WHILE THE OTHER IS KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL PAST TIME, AND A YEAR, WHILE THE OTHER IS KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL PAST TIME, AND BOTH HAVE STRIKES. AS THE NATIONAL PAST TIME, AND BOTH HAVE STRIKES. HELLO, I AM JIM WILHELM. BOTH HAVE STRIKES. HELLO, I AM JIM WILHELM. TODAY, WE ARE IN FRONT OF THE HELLO, I AM JIM WILHELM. TODAY, WE ARE IN FRONT OF THE INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND TODAY, WE ARE IN FRONT OF THE INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME. INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME. IT IS THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE HALL OF FAME. IT IS THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE WORLD DEVOTE TODAY A SPORT THAT IT IS THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE WORLD DEVOTE TODAY A SPORT THAT IS PLAYED IN MORE THAN 90 WORLD DEVOTE TODAY A SPORT THAT IS PLAYED IN MORE THAN 90 COUNTRIES, AND IT IS ALSO HOME IS PLAYED IN MORE THAN 90 COUNTRIES, AND IT IS ALSO HOME TO THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS COUNTRIES, AND IT IS ALSO HOME TO THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. TO THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. INSIDE, STATIC DISPLAYS TAKE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. INSIDE, STATIC DISPLAYS TAKE VISITORS THROUGH 5,000 YEARS OF INSIDE, STATIC DISPLAYS TAKE VISITORS THROUGH 5,000 YEARS OF BOWLING HISTORY, FROM GAMES USED VISITORS THROUGH 5,000 YEARS OF BOWLING HISTORY, FROM GAMES USED IN ANCIENT EGYPT TO TESTS OF BOWLING HISTORY, FROM GAMES USED IN ANCIENT EGYPT TO TESTS OF STRENGTH BY GERMAN TRIBES, AND IN ANCIENT EGYPT TO TESTS OF STRENGTH BY GERMAN TRIBES, AND THEOLOGICAL GAME INVENTED BY STRENGTH BY GERMAN TRIBES, AND THEOLOGICAL GAME INVENTED BY SAINT BONEFESTE, SOME FORM OF THEOLOGICAL GAME INVENTED BY SAINT BONEFESTE, SOME FORM OF BOWLING HAS ALWAYS BEEN POPULAR. SAINT BONEFESTE, SOME FORM OF BOWLING HAS ALWAYS BEEN POPULAR. >> OVERTIME A MYRIAD OF GAMES BOWLING HAS ALWAYS BEEN POPULAR. >> OVERTIME A MYRIAD OF GAMES WERE DEVELOPED. >> OVERTIME A MYRIAD OF GAMES WERE DEVELOPED. IN FRANCE, FOUR CORNERS WHICH WERE DEVELOPED. IN FRANCE, FOUR CORNERS WHICH USED A WOODEN DISK TO KNOCK DOWN IN FRANCE, FOUR CORNERS WHICH USED A WOODEN DISK TO KNOCK DOWN FOUR HEFTY PINS PLACED IN A USED A WOODEN DISK TO KNOCK DOWN FOUR HEFTY PINS PLACED IN A DIAMOND SHAPE, NINE PINS USED 37 FOUR HEFTY PINS PLACED IN A DIAMOND SHAPE, NINE PINS USED 37 AND A HALF INCH TALL PINS WITH DIAMOND SHAPE, NINE PINS USED 37 AND A HALF INCH TALL PINS WITH GRAPEFRUIT SIZED MID SECTION. AND A HALF INCH TALL PINS WITH GRAPEFRUIT SIZED MID SECTION. IN ENGLAND, NINE PINS BECAME SO GRAPEFRUIT SIZED MID SECTION. IN ENGLAND, NINE PINS BECAME SO POPULAR, KING HENRY THE 8TH, IN ENGLAND, NINE PINS BECAME SO POPULAR, KING HENRY THE 8TH, BANNED HIS SOLDIERS FROM PLAYING POPULAR, KING HENRY THE 8TH, BANNED HIS SOLDIERS FROM PLAYING SO THEY WOULD FOCUS THEIR BANNED HIS SOLDIERS FROM PLAYING SO THEY WOULD FOCUS THEIR ATTENTION ON ARCHERY. SO THEY WOULD FOCUS THEIR ATTENTION ON ARCHERY. :UNISTS INTRODUCED NINE PINS IN ATTENTION ON ARCHERY. :UNISTS INTRODUCED NINE PINS IN THE NEW WORLD WHERE IT :UNISTS INTRODUCED NINE PINS IN THE NEW WORLD WHERE IT FLOURISHED. THE NEW WORLD WHERE IT FLOURISHED. WHEN DID NINE PINS BECOME FLOURISHED. WHEN DID NINE PINS BECOME TENPINS? WHEN DID NINE PINS BECOME TENPINS? IN 1841, STATE OF CONNECTICUT, TENPINS? IN 1841, STATE OF CONNECTICUT, IN ORDER TO CONTROL GAMBLING, IN 1841, STATE OF CONNECTICUT, IN ORDER TO CONTROL GAMBLING, OUTLAWED NINE PIN LANES. IN ORDER TO CONTROL GAMBLING, OUTLAWED NINE PIN LANES. RUMOR HAS IT SOME ENTERPRISING OUTLAWED NINE PIN LANES. RUMOR HAS IT SOME ENTERPRISING OPERATOR IN ORDER TO CIRCUMVENT RUMOR HAS IT SOME ENTERPRISING OPERATOR IN ORDER TO CIRCUMVENT THAT LEGISLATION, JUST ADDED A OPERATOR IN ORDER TO CIRCUMVENT THAT LEGISLATION, JUST ADDED A TENTH PIN. THAT LEGISLATION, JUST ADDED A TENTH PIN. BY THE LATE 1800'S, LANES WERE TENTH PIN. BY THE LATE 1800'S, LANES WERE LIT BY GASLIGHT, SCORING WAS BY THE LATE 1800'S, LANES WERE LIT BY GASLIGHT, SCORING WAS KEPT NOT ON SHEETS, BUT ON LIT BY GASLIGHT, SCORING WAS KEPT NOT ON SHEETS, BUT ON NEARBY CHALK BOARDS. KEPT NOT ON SHEETS, BUT ON NEARBY CHALK BOARDS. CHALK WAS ALSO USED ON SHOES FOR NEARBY CHALK BOARDS. CHALK WAS ALSO USED ON SHOES FOR TRACTION, SINCE PEOPLE THEN BOLD CHALK WAS ALSO USED ON SHOES FOR TRACTION, SINCE PEOPLE THEN BOLD IN THEIR STREET SHOES, WHOSE TRACTION, SINCE PEOPLE THEN BOLD IN THEIR STREET SHOES, WHOSE NAILS LEFT GOUGES GOUGES ON THE IN THEIR STREET SHOES, WHOSE NAILS LEFT GOUGES GOUGES ON THE APPROACHES. NAILS LEFT GOUGES GOUGES ON THE APPROACHES. IN THOSE DAYS, AND INTO THE APPROACHES. IN THOSE DAYS, AND INTO THE 60'S, SPOTTERS SET THE PINS. IN THOSE DAYS, AND INTO THE 60'S, SPOTTERS SET THE PINS. THEY MADE AS LITTLE AS TWO CENTS 60'S, SPOTTERS SET THE PINS. THEY MADE AS LITTLE AS TWO CENTS A GAME, AND IT WAS BACK BREAKING THEY MADE AS LITTLE AS TWO CENTS A GAME, AND IT WAS BACK BREAKING WORK. A GAME, AND IT WAS BACK BREAKING WORK. SOMETIMES VERY DANGEROUS. WORK. SOMETIMES VERY DANGEROUS. THE PINS WERE FLYING ALL OVER SOMETIMES VERY DANGEROUS. THE PINS WERE FLYING ALL OVER THE PLACE, AND SOMETIMES INCONSL THE PINS WERE FLYING ALL OVER THE PLACE, AND SOMETIMES INCONSL EVEN WHILE THE PINS WERE STILL THE PLACE, AND SOMETIMES INCONSL EVEN WHILE THE PINS WERE STILL BEING CLEARING. EVEN WHILE THE PINS WERE STILL BEING CLEARING. AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, BEING CLEARING. AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, PIN BOYS WOULD STEP ON A PEDAL AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, PIN BOYS WOULD STEP ON A PEDAL THAT RAISED A SET OF STEEL PEGS PIN BOYS WOULD STEP ON A PEDAL THAT RAISED A SET OF STEEL PEGS FOR THE PINS TO SIT ON WHICH THAT RAISED A SET OF STEEL PEGS FOR THE PINS TO SIT ON WHICH WERE LOWERED WHEN THE LANE WAS FOR THE PINS TO SIT ON WHICH WERE LOWERED WHEN THE LANE WAS READY. WERE LOWERED WHEN THE LANE WAS READY. AND BECAUSE THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN READY. AND BECAUSE THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN REDESIGNED, PINS TODAY ARE STILL AND BECAUSE THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN REDESIGNED, PINS TODAY ARE STILL MADE WITH A HOLE FOR THE PEGS. TODAY THE MUSEUM MAINTAINS FOUR LANES THAT WERE ORIGINALLY INSTALLED IN BELLEVILLE, LANES THAT WERE ORIGINALLY INSTALLED IN BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS, IN 1924. INSTALLED IN BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS, IN 1924. UNLIKE MODERN LANES THAT ARE ILLINOIS, IN 1924. UNLIKE MODERN LANES THAT ARE ABOUT 42 BOARDS WIDE, THESE ARE UNLIKE MODERN LANES THAT ARE ABOUT 42 BOARDS WIDE, THESE ARE 54 WIDE. ABOUT 42 BOARDS WIDE, THESE ARE 54 WIDE. AND INSTEAD OF STEEL PEGS, THE 54 WIDE. AND INSTEAD OF STEEL PEGS, THE PINS WERE LOADED INTO THESE AND INSTEAD OF STEEL PEGS, THE PINS WERE LOADED INTO THESE CARRIAGES AND LOWERED TO THE PINS WERE LOADED INTO THESE CARRIAGES AND LOWERED TO THE FLOOR. CARRIAGES AND LOWERED TO THE FLOOR. BUT THE PROBLEM WAS THAT PIN FLOOR. BUT THE PROBLEM WAS THAT PIN BOYS WERE OFTEN UNRELIBRARIABLE, BUT THE PROBLEM WAS THAT PIN BOYS WERE OFTEN UNRELIBRARIABLE, AND THERE ARE CASES OF MATCHES BOYS WERE OFTEN UNRELIBRARIABLE, AND THERE ARE CASES OF MATCHES HAVING BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE AND THERE ARE CASES OF MATCHES HAVING BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE THERE WERE NOT ENOUGH SPOTTERS HAVING BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE THERE WERE NOT ENOUGH SPOTTERS AVAILABLE. THERE WERE NOT ENOUGH SPOTTERS AVAILABLE. BUT THAT WAS ALL ABOUT TO CHANGE IN THE 50'S, TECHNOLOGY GAVE BOWLING QUITE A BOOST. TECHNOLOGY GAVE BOWLING QUITE A BOOST. PIN BOYS WERE REPLACED BY BOOST. PIN BOYS WERE REPLACED BY MACHINES WHICH COULD WORK ANY PIN BOYS WERE REPLACED BY MACHINES WHICH COULD WORK ANY HOURS, AND THEN THERE WAS MACHINES WHICH COULD WORK ANY HOURS, AND THEN THERE WAS TELEVISION. ONE SHOW BEGAN WHEN A LOCAL LANE OWNER IN CHICAGO CONVINCED THEM THAT THE SHOW WOULD HAVE GREAT OWNER IN CHICAGO CONVINCED THEM THAT THE SHOW WOULD HAVE GREAT APPEAL. THAT THE SHOW WOULD HAVE GREAT APPEAL. THE SHOW WAS CINDY SYNDICATED, APPEAL. THE SHOW WAS CINDY SYNDICATED, NATIONALLY AND SPURRED A HOST OF THE SHOW WAS CINDY SYNDICATED, NATIONALLY AND SPURRED A HOST OF OTHER PROGRAMS. NATIONALLY AND SPURRED A HOST OF OTHER PROGRAMS. >> TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTED THE OTHER PROGRAMS. >> TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTED THE GAME'S ABILITY TO MAKE HEROES >> TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTED THE GAME'S ABILITY TO MAKE HEROES OUT OF EVERY DAY PEOPLE, A THEME GAME'S ABILITY TO MAKE HEROES OUT OF EVERY DAY PEOPLE, A THEME THAT IS CARRIED THROUGHOUT THIS OUT OF EVERY DAY PEOPLE, A THEME THAT IS CARRIED THROUGHOUT THIS MUSEUM. THAT IS CARRIED THROUGHOUT THIS MUSEUM. TOUCH SCREENS, ACCESS A DATA MUSEUM. TOUCH SCREENS, ACCESS A DATA BASE WHICH INCLUDES THE NAME OF TOUCH SCREENS, ACCESS A DATA BASE WHICH INCLUDES THE NAME OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO EVER BOWLED BASE WHICH INCLUDES THE NAME OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO EVER BOWLED A 300 GAME OR 800 SERIES. EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO EVER BOWLED A 300 GAME OR 800 SERIES. IN ADDITION, THE NEW SEM IS HOME A 300 GAME OR 800 SERIES. IN ADDITION, THE NEW SEM IS HOME TO SEVERAL HALLS OF FAME, IN ADDITION, THE NEW SEM IS HOME TO SEVERAL HALLS OF FAME, INCLUDING THOSE OF THE WOMAN'S TO SEVERAL HALLS OF FAME, INCLUDING THOSE OF THE WOMAN'S INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CONGRESS, INCLUDING THOSE OF THE WOMAN'S INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CONGRESS, PROFESSIONAL BOWLER'S INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CONGRESS, PROFESSIONAL BOWLER'S ASSOCIATION, THE BOWLING PROFESSIONAL BOWLER'S ASSOCIATION, THE BOWLING PROPRIETOR'S ASSOCIATION OF ASSOCIATION, THE BOWLING PROPRIETOR'S ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, AND AMERICAN BOWLING PROPRIETOR'S ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, AND AMERICAN BOWLING CONGRESS. AMERICA, AND AMERICAN BOWLING CONGRESS. THE CONGRESS WAS ESTABLISHED IN CONGRESS. THE CONGRESS WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1895 TO STANDARDIZE ALL ASPECTS THE CONGRESS WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1895 TO STANDARDIZE ALL ASPECTS OF BOWLING FROM THE RULES, TO 1895 TO STANDARDIZE ALL ASPECTS OF BOWLING FROM THE RULES, TO THE DIMENSIONS OF THE PIN. OF BOWLING FROM THE RULES, TO THE DIMENSIONS OF THE PIN. IN 1931, THE HALL OF FAME WAS THE DIMENSIONS OF THE PIN. IN 1931, THE HALL OF FAME WAS CREATED WHICH MAKES IT THE THIRD IN 1931, THE HALL OF FAME WAS CREATED WHICH MAKES IT THE THIRD OLDEST AMONG ALL SPORTS. CREATED WHICH MAKES IT THE THIRD OLDEST AMONG ALL SPORTS. AMONG THE INDUCTEES IS THOMAS OLDEST AMONG ALL SPORTS. AMONG THE INDUCTEES IS THOMAS CURTIS REGARDED AS THE FATHER OF AMONG THE INDUCTEES IS THOMAS CURTIS REGARDED AS THE FATHER OF BOWLING. CURTIS REGARDED AS THE FATHER OF BOWLING. HE WAS CREDITED WITH WRITING THE BOWLING. HE WAS CREDITED WITH WRITING THE FIRST RULES OF THE GAME IN 1875. HE WAS CREDITED WITH WRITING THE FIRST RULES OF THE GAME IN 1875. HE WAS THE ORIGINATOR OF THE FIRST RULES OF THE GAME IN 1875. HE WAS THE ORIGINATOR OF THE TOURNAMENT CONCEPT, AND HE WAS HE WAS THE ORIGINATOR OF THE TOURNAMENT CONCEPT, AND HE WAS THE BOWLING CONGRESS' FIRST TOURNAMENT CONCEPT, AND HE WAS THE BOWLING CONGRESS' FIRST PRESIDENT. THE BOWLING CONGRESS' FIRST PRESIDENT. AT THAT TIME, WOMEN IN THEIR PRESIDENT. AT THAT TIME, WOMEN IN THEIR LONG SKIRTS WERE BOWLING ACROSS AT THAT TIME, WOMEN IN THEIR LONG SKIRTS WERE BOWLING ACROSS THE COUNTRY, BUT THE CONGRESS LONG SKIRTS WERE BOWLING ACROSS THE COUNTRY, BUT THE CONGRESS WAS ONLY FOR MEN. THE COUNTRY, BUT THE CONGRESS WAS ONLY FOR MEN. SO IN 1917, RIGHT HERE IN ST. WAS ONLY FOR MEN. SO IN 1917, RIGHT HERE IN ST. LOUIS, THE WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL SO IN 1917, RIGHT HERE IN ST. LOUIS, THE WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CONGRESS WAS BORN. LOUIS, THE WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CONGRESS WAS BORN. ONE OF THE PICTURES HANGING HERE BOWLING CONGRESS WAS BORN. ONE OF THE PICTURES HANGING HERE IS OF LORETTA MC CUTCHAM, WHO ONE OF THE PICTURES HANGING HERE IS OF LORETTA MC CUTCHAM, WHO TOURED THE COUNTRY TEACHING IS OF LORETTA MC CUTCHAM, WHO TOURED THE COUNTRY TEACHING STRUCK ORS THE GAME. TOURED THE COUNTRY TEACHING STRUCK ORS THE GAME. IN 1927 SHE AGREED TO MATCH WITH STRUCK ORS THE GAME. IN 1927 SHE AGREED TO MATCH WITH BOWLER JIMMY, AND WON TWO OUT OF IN 1927 SHE AGREED TO MATCH WITH BOWLER JIMMY, AND WON TWO OUT OF THREE GAMES. BOWLER JIMMY, AND WON TWO OUT OF THREE GAMES. >> AFTER TOURING THE MUSEUM AND THREE GAMES. >> AFTER TOURING THE MUSEUM AND ITS HALLS OF FAME, VISITORS ARE >> AFTER TOURING THE MUSEUM AND ITS HALLS OF FAME, VISITORS ARE GIVEN FOUR FRAMES OF FREE ITS HALLS OF FAME, VISITORS ARE GIVEN FOUR FRAMES OF FREE BOWLING. GIVEN FOUR FRAMES OF FREE BOWLING. THIS IS THE ONLY SPORTS MUSEUM BOWLING. THIS IS THE ONLY SPORTS MUSEUM WHERE AFTER YOU LEARN ABOUT A THIS IS THE ONLY SPORTS MUSEUM WHERE AFTER YOU LEARN ABOUT A SPORT, YOU ACTUALLY GET A CHANCE WHERE AFTER YOU LEARN ABOUT A SPORT, YOU ACTUALLY GET A CHANCE TO PLAY THE GAME. SPORT, YOU ACTUALLY GET A CHANCE TO PLAY THE GAME. -- FOR SCHOOL GROUPS, THE STAFF HERE OFFERS SEVERAL MATH BASED ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS WHERE HERE OFFERS SEVERAL MATH BASED ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS WHERE STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO MEASURE, ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS WHERE STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO MEASURE, DO GRAPHING AND ALGEBRAIC STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO MEASURE, DO GRAPHING AND ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS ALL THAT BEFORE THEY DO GRAPHING AND ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS ALL THAT BEFORE THEY GET TO GO BOWLING. SINCE IT IS LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET FROM BUSCH STADIUM, IT IS APPROPRIATE IT IS ALSO THE HOME STREET FROM BUSCH STADIUM, IT IS APPROPRIATE IT IS ALSO THE HOME OF THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS HALL APPROPRIATE IT IS ALSO THE HOME OF THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS HALL OF FAME. OF THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS HALL OF FAME. THE TEAM IS RICH WITH HISTORY, OF FAME. THE TEAM IS RICH WITH HISTORY, FILLED WITH LEGENDARY NAMES FROM THE TEAM IS RICH WITH HISTORY, FILLED WITH LEGENDARY NAMES FROM A FRANCHISE THAT HAS WON THE FILLED WITH LEGENDARY NAMES FROM A FRANCHISE THAT HAS WON THE SECOND MOST WORLD SERIES A FRANCHISE THAT HAS WON THE SECOND MOST WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS. SECOND MOST WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS. THE FIRST WAS IN 1926, AND FROM CHAMPIONSHIPS. THE FIRST WAS IN 1926, AND FROM IT, IS THIS WARM UP SWEATER WORN THE FIRST WAS IN 1926, AND FROM IT, IS THIS WARM UP SWEATER WORN BY PITCHER JESSIE HAINEST S AND IT, IS THIS WARM UP SWEATER WORN BY PITCHER JESSIE HAINEST S AND THE BAT HE USED TO HIT A HOME BY PITCHER JESSIE HAINEST S AND THE BAT HE USED TO HIT A HOME RUN. THE BAT HE USED TO HIT A HOME RUN. THAT SERIES WENT THE DISTANCE RUN. THAT SERIES WENT THE DISTANCE LASTING SEVEN GAMES. THAT SERIES WENT THE DISTANCE LASTING SEVEN GAMES. THE CARDINALS WERE LED BY PLAYER LASTING SEVEN GAMES. THE CARDINALS WERE LED BY PLAYER MANAGER AND FEWER HAULER FAMER THE CARDINALS WERE LED BY PLAYER MANAGER AND FEWER HAULER FAMER IS ROGER HORNSBY. MANAGER AND FEWER HAULER FAMER IS ROGER HORNSBY. HE WAS PAID $30,000 WITH THIS IS ROGER HORNSBY. HE WAS PAID $30,000 WITH THIS CONTRACT. HE WAS PAID $30,000 WITH THIS CONTRACT. OTHER PLAYERS INCLUDE BOB CONTRACT. OTHER PLAYERS INCLUDE BOB GIBSON, FIVE TIME 20 GAME WINNER OTHER PLAYERS INCLUDE BOB GIBSON, FIVE TIME 20 GAME WINNER AND THUS FAR THE ONLY CARDINAL GIBSON, FIVE TIME 20 GAME WINNER AND THUS FAR THE ONLY CARDINAL PLAYER TO HAVE WON THE CY YOUNG AND THUS FAR THE ONLY CARDINAL PLAYER TO HAVE WON THE CY YOUNG AWARD. PLAYER TO HAVE WON THE CY YOUNG AWARD. DIZZY DEAN WHO WON 30 GAMES IN AWARD. DIZZY DEAN WHO WON 30 GAMES IN 1934 AND WAS PART OF THE FAMOUS DIZZY DEAN WHO WON 30 GAMES IN 1934 AND WAS PART OF THE FAMOUS GAS HOUSE GANG WHO WON THAT YEAR 1934 AND WAS PART OF THE FAMOUS GAS HOUSE GANG WHO WON THAT YEAR AS WORLD SERIES. GAS HOUSE GANG WHO WON THAT YEAR AS WORLD SERIES. THERE IS LOU BROCK, BASEBALL'S AS WORLD SERIES. THERE IS LOU BROCK, BASEBALL'S MAN OF STEEL, WHOSE BASE STEALG THERE IS LOU BROCK, BASEBALL'S MAN OF STEEL, WHOSE BASE STEALG TECHNIQUE WAS SUCCESSFUL THREE MAN OF STEEL, WHOSE BASE STEALG TECHNIQUE WAS SUCCESSFUL THREE OUT OF EVERY FOUR ATTEMPTS. TECHNIQUE WAS SUCCESSFUL THREE OUT OF EVERY FOUR ATTEMPTS. OFFICIAL BATTING ORDER FOR THE OUT OF EVERY FOUR ATTEMPTS. OFFICIAL BATTING ORDER FOR THE GAME WHICH HE GOT 3,000TH HIT OFFICIAL BATTING ORDER FOR THE GAME WHICH HE GOT 3,000TH HIT VERSUS THE CUBS IN 1979. GAME WHICH HE GOT 3,000TH HIT VERSUS THE CUBS IN 1979. AND SPEAKING OF 3,000 HITS, THE VERSUS THE CUBS IN 1979. AND SPEAKING OF 3,000 HITS, THE FIRST CARDINAL TO REACH THAT AND SPEAKING OF 3,000 HITS, THE FIRST CARDINAL TO REACH THAT MARK WAS ALSO ELECTED NATIONAL FIRST CARDINAL TO REACH THAT MARK WAS ALSO ELECTED NATIONAL LEAGUE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER MARK WAS ALSO ELECTED NATIONAL LEAGUE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER THREE TIMES, AND WON THE LEAGUE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER THREE TIMES, AND WON THE NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING THREE TIMES, AND WON THE NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPIONSHIP SEVEN TIMES. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPIONSHIP SEVEN TIMES. WE ARE TALKING OF COURSE, THE CHAMPIONSHIP SEVEN TIMES. WE ARE TALKING OF COURSE, THE STAN THE MAN MUSIAL. WE ARE TALKING OF COURSE, THE STAN THE MAN MUSIAL. THERE ARE NINE CASES FILLED WITH STAN THE MAN MUSIAL. THERE ARE NINE CASES FILLED WITH AWARDS AND MEMORABILIA FROM ONE THERE ARE NINE CASES FILLED WITH AWARDS AND MEMORABILIA FROM ONE OF THE GREATEST AND FAVORITE AWARDS AND MEMORABILIA FROM ONE OF THE GREATEST AND FAVORITE CARDINAL PLAYERS. OF THE GREATEST AND FAVORITE CARDINAL PLAYERS. HERE IS HIS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CARDINAL PLAYERS. HERE IS HIS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RING, AND A CAP FROM DAYTONA HERE IS HIS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RING, AND A CAP FROM DAYTONA BEACH WHERE HE PLAYED IN THE RING, AND A CAP FROM DAYTONA BEACH WHERE HE PLAYED IN THE FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE IN 1940. BEACH WHERE HE PLAYED IN THE FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE IN 1940. AND WHOSE MOST RECENT CARDINAL FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE IN 1940. AND WHOSE MOST RECENT CARDINAL TO HAVE A SPOT HERE? AND WHOSE MOST RECENT CARDINAL TO HAVE A SPOT HERE? THAT HONOR, OF COURSE, BELONGS TO HAVE A SPOT HERE? THAT HONOR, OF COURSE, BELONGS TO MARK MC GWIRE. THAT HONOR, OF COURSE, BELONGS TO MARK MC GWIRE. WE ARE TOLD SINCE HE USES HIS TO MARK MC GWIRE. WE ARE TOLD SINCE HE USES HIS BATS UNTIL THEY ARE CRACKED OR WE ARE TOLD SINCE HE USES HIS BATS UNTIL THEY ARE CRACKED OR BROKEN, IT IS UNUSUAL TO HAVE BATS UNTIL THEY ARE CRACKED OR BROKEN, IT IS UNUSUAL TO HAVE ONE ON DISPLAY THAT'S INTACT. BROKEN, IT IS UNUSUAL TO HAVE ONE ON DISPLAY THAT'S INTACT. THIS ONE, WAS USED TO HIT THE ONE ON DISPLAY THAT'S INTACT. THIS ONE, WAS USED TO HIT THE LONGEST HOME RUN IN BUSCH THIS ONE, WAS USED TO HIT THE LONGEST HOME RUN IN BUSCH STADIUM HISTORY, 545 FEET IN TO LONGEST HOME RUN IN BUSCH STADIUM HISTORY, 545 FEET IN TO CENTER FIELD. STADIUM HISTORY, 545 FEET IN TO CENTER FIELD. IT ALSO WAS USED TO HIT HIS CENTER FIELD. IT ALSO WAS USED TO HIT HIS 400TH CAREER HOME RUN IN NEW IT ALSO WAS USED TO HIT HIS 400TH CAREER HOME RUN IN NEW YORK. 400TH CAREER HOME RUN IN NEW YORK. NEXT TO IT ARE THE BATTING YORK. NEXT TO IT ARE THE BATTING GLOVES HE WORE WHETHER HE HIT NEXT TO IT ARE THE BATTING GLOVES HE WORE WHETHER HE HIT HIS 60TH IN THAT RECORD BREAKING GLOVES HE WORE WHETHER HE HIT HIS 60TH IN THAT RECORD BREAKING SEASON. MORE THAN JUST HIGHLIGHTING THE GREAT PLAYERS, IT ALSO TELLS THE STORY OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL GREAT PLAYERS, IT ALSO TELLS THE STORY OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL IN THIS TOWN. STORY OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL IN THIS TOWN. HERE IS A RARE ITEM, A LEATHER IN THIS TOWN. HERE IS A RARE ITEM, A LEATHER SUITCASE THAT WAS TIED TO THE HERE IS A RARE ITEM, A LEATHER SUITCASE THAT WAS TIED TO THE BACK OF A BUS AND BELONGED TO SUITCASE THAT WAS TIED TO THE BACK OF A BUS AND BELONGED TO THE ST. LOUIS STARS OF THE OLD BACK OF A BUS AND BELONGED TO THE ST. LOUIS STARS OF THE OLD NEGRO LEAGUE, A TEAM THAT WON THE ST. LOUIS STARS OF THE OLD NEGRO LEAGUE, A TEAM THAT WON THE LEAGUE CROWN THREE YEARS NEGRO LEAGUE, A TEAM THAT WON THE LEAGUE CROWN THREE YEARS RUNNING FROM 1928 TO 1931. THE LEAGUE CROWN THREE YEARS RUNNING FROM 1928 TO 1931. AND THEN THERE WAS THE ST. LOUIS RUNNING FROM 1928 TO 1931. AND THEN THERE WAS THE ST. LOUIS BROWNS. AND THEN THERE WAS THE ST. LOUIS BROWNS. BILL BECK OWNED THAT TEAM UNTIL BROWNS. BILL BECK OWNED THAT TEAM UNTIL 1953 WHEN THEY MOVED TO BILL BECK OWNED THAT TEAM UNTIL 1953 WHEN THEY MOVED TO BALTIMORE. 1953 WHEN THEY MOVED TO BALTIMORE. THEY PLAYED THEIR HOME GAMES IN BALTIMORE. THEY PLAYED THEIR HOME GAMES IN OLD SPORTSMANS PARK. THEY PLAYED THEIR HOME GAMES IN OLD SPORTSMANS PARK. BUT THE CARDINALS ALSO PLAYED OLD SPORTSMANS PARK. BUT THE CARDINALS ALSO PLAYED UNTIL BUSH STAYED YUP. BUT THE CARDINALS ALSO PLAYED UNTIL BUSH STAYED YUP. BROWNS MOSTED THE FIRST NIGHT UNTIL BUSH STAYED YUP. BROWNS MOSTED THE FIRST NIGHT GAME EVER PLAYED IN THAT BROWNS MOSTED THE FIRST NIGHT GAME EVER PLAYED IN THAT STADIUM. GAME EVER PLAYED IN THAT STADIUM. THAT GAME DREW THE LARGEST HOME STADIUM. THAT GAME DREW THE LARGEST HOME CROWD FOR THE BROWNS IN TWELVE THAT GAME DREW THE LARGEST HOME CROWD FOR THE BROWNS IN TWELVE YEARS. CROWD FOR THE BROWNS IN TWELVE YEARS. IN 14 NIGHT GAMES, THE CLUB'S YEARS. IN 14 NIGHT GAMES, THE CLUB'S TOTAL ATTENDANCE WAS GREATER IN 14 NIGHT GAMES, THE CLUB'S TOTAL ATTENDANCE WAS GREATER THAN TOTAL ATTENDANCE THAN 50 TOTAL ATTENDANCE WAS GREATER THAN TOTAL ATTENDANCE THAN 50 DAY GAMES. THAN TOTAL ATTENDANCE THAN 50 DAY GAMES. BUT THE HIGH WATERMARK FOR THE DAY GAMES. BUT THE HIGH WATERMARK FOR THE FRANCHISE HAD TO HAVE BEEN IN BUT THE HIGH WATERMARK FOR THE FRANCHISE HAD TO HAVE BEEN IN 1944. FRANCHISE HAD TO HAVE BEEN IN 1944. THAT WAS THE YEAR BROWNS WON THE 1944. THAT WAS THE YEAR BROWNS WON THE PENNANT AND SO DID THE THAT WAS THE YEAR BROWNS WON THE PENNANT AND SO DID THE CARDINALS. PENNANT AND SO DID THE CARDINALS. IT WAS ONLY THE THIRD TIME IN CARDINALS. IT WAS ONLY THE THIRD TIME IN WORLD SERIES HISTORY WHEN ALL IT WAS ONLY THE THIRD TIME IN WORLD SERIES HISTORY WHEN ALL THE GAMES ARE PLAYED IN ONE WORLD SERIES HISTORY WHEN ALL THE GAMES ARE PLAYED IN ONE STADIUM. THE GAMES ARE PLAYED IN ONE STADIUM. IT WAS DUBBED THE STREETCAR STADIUM. IT WAS DUBBED THE STREETCAR SERIES. IT WAS DUBBED THE STREETCAR SERIES. OH, AND CARDINALS WON IN SIX SERIES. OH, AND CARDINALS WON IN SIX GAMES. OH, AND CARDINALS WON IN SIX GAMES. -- THE CARDINAL HALL OF FAME IS ONE PART OF MUSEUM COMPLEX WHICH ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE HISTORY OF PART OF MUSEUM COMPLEX WHICH ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE HISTORY OF BOWLING AND THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE HISTORY OF BOWLING AND THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THAT SPORT. BOWLING AND THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THAT SPORT. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTED TO THAT SPORT. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME, CALL (314)231-6340 INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME, CALL (314)231-6340 OR VISIT THEIR WEB SITE AT HALL OF FAME, CALL (314)231-6340 OR VISIT THEIR WEB SITE AT WWW.BOWLINGMUSEUM.COM.

Regular season

Rogers Hornsby began to establish himself as an elite hitter. Hornsby had a .327 batting average which was second in the league. He led the league in triples (17), total bases (253), and slugging percentage (.484).

Season standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Giants 98 56 0.636 50–28 48–28
Philadelphia Phillies 87 65 0.572 10 46–29 41–36
St. Louis Cardinals 82 70 0.539 15 38–38 44–32
Cincinnati Reds 78 76 0.506 20 39–38 39–38
Chicago Cubs 74 80 0.481 24 35–42 39–38
Boston Braves 72 81 0.471 25½ 35–42 37–39
Brooklyn Robins 70 81 0.464 26½ 36–38 34–43
Pittsburgh Pirates 51 103 0.331 47 25–53 26–50

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Team BOS BR CHC CIN NYG PHI PIT STL
Boston 13–9–1 11–11 10–12–2 7–15 11–11 14–8 6–15–1
Brooklyn 9–13–1 7–15 10–12 9–13–2 9–11–1 16–6–1 10–11
Chicago 11–11 15–7 8–14–1 7–15–1 6–16–1 17–5 10–12
Cincinnati 12–10–2 12–10 14–8–1 11–11 8–14 12–10 9–13
New York 15–7 13–9–2 15–7–1 11–11 14–8 16–6–1 14–8
Philadelphia 11–11 11–9–1 16–6–1 14–8 8–14 14–8 13–9
Pittsburgh 8–14 6–16–1 5–17 10–12 6–16–1 8–14 8–14–1
St. Louis 15–6–1 11–10 12–10 13–9 8–14 9–13 14–8–1


Roster

1917 St. Louis Cardinals
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Frank Snyder 115 313 74 .236 1 33
1B Gene Paulette 95 332 88 .265 0 34
2B Dots Miller 148 544 135 .248 2 45
SS Rogers Hornsby 145 523 171 .327 8 66
3B Doug Baird 104 364 92 .253 0 24
OF Jack Smith 137 462 137 .297 3 34
OF Tom Long 144 530 123 .232 3 41
OF Walton Cruise 153 529 156 .295 5 59

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Bruno Betzel 106 328 71 .216 1 17
Mike González 106 290 76 .262 1 28
Fred Smith 56 165 30 .182 1 17
Bob Bescher 42 110 17 .155 1 8
Red Smyth 38 72 15 .208 0 4
Paddy Livingston 7 20 4 .200 0 2
John Brock 7 15 6 .400 0 2
Tony DeFate 14 14 2 .143 0 1
Bobby Wallace 8 10 1 .100 0 2
Stuffy Stewart 13 9 0 .000 0 0
Ike McAuley 3 7 2 .286 0 1
Jack Roche 1 1 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Bill Doak 44 281.1 16 20 3.10 111
Lee Meadows 43 265.2 15 9 3.08 100
Marv Goodwin 14 85.1 6 4 2.21 38

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Red Ames 43 209.0 15 10 2.71 62
Milt Watson 41 161.1 10 13 3.51 45
Gene Packard 34 153.1 9 6 2.47 44
Oscar Horstmann 35 138.2 9 4 3.44 50
Bob Steele 12 42.0 1 3 3.21 23

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Jakie May 15 0 0 0 3.38 18
Lou North 5 0 0 0 3.97 4
George Pierce 5 1 1 0 3.48 4
Bruce Hitt 2 0 0 0 9.00 1
Tim Murchison 1 0 0 0 0.00 2

External links


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