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The Cardinals had taken a 1-0 lead in the 8th inning on a single by little-used backup catcher Brian Harper after pitchers Danny Cox ( of the Cardinals ) and Charlie Leibrandt ( of the Royals ) had battled back and forth all game long.
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Only Bucky Harris, the `` boy-manager '' of Washington in 1924, and Eddie Dyer of the St. Louis Cardinals in 1946 had accomplished the feat.
Arizona had postseason victories over the St. Louis Cardinals ( 3 – 2 in the NLDS ) and the Atlanta Braves ( 4 – 1 in the NLCS ) to advance to the World Series where, in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City, they beat the three-time reigning champions, the New York Yankees, 4 to 3, to become the youngest expansion franchise to win the World Series ( in just their fourth season of play ).
One franchise that did not share in this newfound success of the league was the Chicago Cardinals, owned by the Bidwill family, who had become overshadowed by the more popular Chicago Bears.
On his return flight to Dallas, Hunt conceived the idea of an entirely new league and decided to contact the others who had shown interest in purchasing the Cardinals.
Cardinals had the right to display the galero in their cathedral, and when a cardinal died, it would be suspended from the ceiling above his tomb.
In that same span the Cardinals have had 45 seasons in which their winning percentage was over. 500, while the Cubs have finished over that mark 19 times ( they finished at an even. 500 twice ).
There were four men chiefly responsible for bringing Major League Baseball to Houston: George Kirksey and Craig Cullinan, who had led a futile attempt to purchase the St. Louis Cardinals in 1952 ; R. E.
Previously, the Twins had narrowly beat out the Royals for the 1987 American League West pennant, in which the Twins later took the World Series versus the St. Louis Cardinals.
In the playoffs, the Vikings rolled past the Arizona Cardinals 41 – 21, and came into the Metrodome heavily favored for their NFC title showdown with the Atlanta Falcons, who had gone 14 – 2 in the regular season.
The Brewers faced their divisional foe and the NL Wild Card winner, the St. Louis Cardinals, who had upset the favored Philadelphia Phillies in the NLDS.
Upon learning of the trade, Smith's initial reaction was to invoke the clause and stay in San Diego, but he was still interested to hear what the Cardinals had to say.
Just as Herzog had predicted when he told Smith the Cardinals would win the pennant with him on the team, Smith found himself as the team's starting shortstop in the best-of-seven 1982 World Series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Smith, who had never hit a home run in his previous 3, 009 left-handed major league at-bats, pulled an inside fastball down the right-field line for a home run, ending Game 5 in a 3 – 2 Cardinals victory.
After deliberating for four months, the College of Cardinals selected Corsini, 78 years old and with failing eyesight, who had held all the important offices of the Roman Curia.
Gregory succeeded Pope Clement IV in 1271 after the papal chair had been vacant for three years due to divisions among the Cardinals.
The College of Cardinals was equally split between French and Italian Cardinals who wanted a Pope from their country due to the ongoing political situation with Charles of Anjou, younger brother of King Louis IX of France, who had usurped the throne of Sicily by arms and perpetually intervened in the political affairs of the entire Italian peninsula.
According to prior agreement, they agreed to retain all the cardinals that had been created by Gregory XII, thus satisfying the Correr clan, and appointed Gregory XII Bishop of Frascati, Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals and perpetual legate at Ancona.
Before his death he had urged the College of Cardinals to elect Giovanni di San Paolo as his successor, but Lotario de ' Conti was elected pope on the very day on which Celestine III died.
The reason that they managed to do so was because they had the best record in the worst division at the time ( Seahawks 7-9, Rams 7-9, 49ers 6-10, Cardinals 5-11 ) and won the decisive season finale against the Rams.
Though he had offers from the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Yankees while he was still in high school, his mother thought he was too young to leave home, so he signed up with the local minor league club, the San Diego Padres.
The only other team to do so prior to the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals in ( the new ) Busch Stadium had been the Pittsburgh Pirates, who won the 1909 World Series in Forbes Field's inaugural season ; and the Boston Red Sox, who won the 1912 World Series in Fenway Park's first year.
Tensions with the College of Cardinals came to the fore when in 1466, attempting to eliminate redundant offices, Paul II proceeded to annul the College of Abbreviators, whose function it was to formulate papal documents ; a storm of indignation arose, inasmuch as rhetoricians and poets with humanist training, of which Paul deeply disapproved, had long been accustomed to benefiting from employment in such positions.
Cardinals and taken
Next morning, a formal vote was taken in the Capella Paolina, in which all of the votes cast were for Cardinal Cervini except his own, which he cast for the Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, Giampietro Carafa.
The Cardinals motto, printed at the bottom of every front page and taken from an 1894 declaration by the university's board of regents, is "... the great state University of Wisconsin should ever encourage that continual and fearless sifting and winnowing by which alone the truth can be found.
The teammates ( and roommates ) skipped their senior seasons, and Lowry was taken in the 1st round ( 30th overall ) by the San Francisco Giants and Haren was taken in the 2nd round ( 72nd overall ) by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft.
Cardinals starting pitcher Nelson Briles was taken out of the game in the seventh inning with one runner on base, and was replaced by reliever Joe Hoerner.
By the early 1990s, Reinsdorf and acting Baseball commissioner ( as well as Milwaukee Brewers owner ) Bud Selig had assumed baseball's mantle of power from Atlanta Braves owner, Ted Turner, and New York Yankees owner, George Steinbrenner, who had in turn taken over the sport from Brooklyn / Los Angeles Dodgers owner, Walter O ' Malley, St. Louis Cardinals owner, Gussie Busch, and Oakland Athletics owner, Charlie O. Finley.
When Caterina was informed of the decisions taken by her husband, she increased the quota of her soldiers and made preparations for resistance in order to force the Cardinals to parley with her.
Game 1 was won by the Cardinals on October 19, along with Game 6 on October 27, in a game won in walk-off fashion by a David Freese homerun, then the deciding Game 7, which was taken by the Cardinals in a 6-2 final, giving the team the 2011 World Series title.
Regarded as an excellent prospect, he was taken in the 1993 NFL Draft third overall by the Arizona Cardinals.
Cardinals and 1-0
On September 17 of that year, two days after his 30th birthday, Perry no-hit the Cardinals and Bob Gibson 1-0 at Candlestick Park.
In Game 1 of the 1982 National League Championship Series against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Braves jumped to a 1-0 lead before the game was rain delayed after four innings and eventually canceled just three outs short of an official game.
Steve batted. 320 with 3 RBIs in that Series that the Royals won over the St. Louis Cardinals, four games to three, with Balboni contributing a key single in the bottom of the ninth of Game 6 as the Royals ralied from a 1-0 deficit to win 2-1 and extend the series to seven games.
After a great performance in the NLDS against the Philadelphia Phillies in which he drove in Rafael Furcal for the only run in the Cardinals ' 1-0 victory in Game 5, Schumaker was left off the National League Championship Series roster due to a oblique injury.
Cardinals and lead
During the 2008 regular season, the Cardinals traveled to play the Panthers and took a 17-3 lead at halftime, but the Panthers rallied in the 3rd and 4th quarters to win.
Ken Holtzman pitched a no-hitter on August 19, and the division lead grew to 8 games over the St. Louis Cardinals and by 9 games over the New York Mets.
The Cubs lead the series 1, 091 – 1, 044 through, while the Cardinals lead in National League pennants with 18 against the Cubs ' 16.
The Brewers then won Game Five 6 – 4, giving them a 3 – 2 series lead, but the Cardinals trounced Don Sutton winning Game 6 13 – 1, and rallied for three runs late in Game 7 to win the Series, 4 games to 3.
However, the Phillies squandered a six-and-a-half-game lead during the final weeks of the season that year, losing 10 games in a row with 12 games remaining and losing the pennant by one game to the St. Louis Cardinals.
After Caray was fired by the Cardinals following the 1969 season, Buck ascended to the team's lead play-by-play role.
While Verne Lundquist replaced Summerall on games with lead analyst John Madden, Buck ( who was at the time the network's lead Major League Baseball announcer ) filled in for Lundquist, teaming with Dan Fouts to call two games ( both of which coincidentally featured the Cardinals, who had moved from St. Louis to Arizona by that time ).
Bunning is remembered for his role in the pennant race of 1964, in which the Phillies held a commanding lead in the National League for most of the season, eventually losing the title to the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Cardinals appeared to be on the verge of winning a second consecutive World Series, going into the fifth inning of Game 5 with a 3 – 2 lead.
After the 1969 season, Caray was unexpectedly fired as the Cardinals ' lead broadcaster ( his broadcast partner Jack Buck replaced him ).
The Cardinals built a three and half game lead prior to the 1967 season All-Star break, and Gibson pitched the seventh and eighth innings of the 1967 All-Star game.
On January 18, Warner threw for 279 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions against the Philadelphia Eagles to help lead the Cardinals to their first Super Bowl appearance in history.
Players listed under MLB led both the AL and NL in those years, or had a sufficient total in a given category to lead the major leagues without leading either league ( for example, Mark McGwire's 58 homers in 1997 were the most in MLB, but he led neither league because he was traded from the Oakland Athletics to the St. Louis Cardinals in midseason ).
Had he not notably misjudged a Jim Northrup fly ball ( ruled a triple ) with two out in the seventh inning of game 7 of the 1968 World Series against the Detroit Tigers, the Cardinals might have won their third championship of the decade ; Detroit scored twice on the play, with Northrup later coming in for a 3-0 lead, and won the game 4-1.
Cepeda, who had a low offensive average in the 1967 World Series, hit a home run that gave the Cardinals a two to one lead.
Howard had his last postseason highlight in the 1967 World Series against the Cardinals when his bases-loaded single in the ninth inning of Game 5 drove in two runs for a 3-0 lead.
The NFL's Defensive Player of the Year Harrison picked off Kurt Warner's pass and returned it a Super Bowl-record 100 yards for a touchdown on the final play of the first half to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 17-7 lead over the Arizona Cardinals.
In the World Series rematch with the Cardinals, he gave New York a 2-1 lead in the fourth inning of Game 1 – a 4-2 win – with a solo homer, and scored the first run in a 2-1 win in Game 4.
In 1982, Thomas hit an AL-high 39 home runs ( tying with Reggie Jackson for the league lead ) and drove in 112 runs to help the Brewers win the American League Championship and face the Cardinals in the World Series.
The 1964 season became best remembered, however, for the Phillies ' late-season collapse ; despite a-game lead with 12 games to play, the Phillies lost ten in a row and finished one game behind the St. Louis Cardinals.
In the sixth, the Cardinals broke the game open, scoring six runs, including three on a two-out double by Jim Edmonds, to take the lead for good.