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St Louis - Notable Historical Events

Connie MackFeb 7, 1908

Babe RuthJun 12, 1922

Charles LindberghMay 20, 1927

Joe DiMaggioJun 13, 1937

B NagurskiMar 7, 1940

Ben HoganMay 25, 1948

Stan MusialJul 25, 1949

Betsy RawlsSep 12, 1954

Bob PettitNov 22, 1961

Wilt ChamberlainFeb 17, 1962

Gary PlayerJun 21, 1965

Mary MillsAug 15, 1965

Kathy WhitworthJun 4, 1967

Ty CobbAug 29, 1977

Brett HullMar 19, 1991

Nick PriceAug 16, 1992

Mark McGwireJul 31, 1997

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St Louis - Historical Events
Date Event
1804-05-14

Meriwether Lewis & William Clark's expedition commissioned by Thomas Jefferson sets out from St Louis for Pacific Coast

1806-09-23

Lewis & Clark return to St Louis from Pacific Northwest

1849-05-17

Fire destroy Centrum in St Louis Missouri

1859-07-01

Balloon covers a record 809 miles over St Louis

1861-05-10

Union troops march on state militia in St Louis, MI

1861-08-14

Martial Law is declared at St Louis, Missouri due to pro-secession sentiment which surged throughout Missouri after the Battle of Wilson's Creek

1861-10-25

Telegraph message sent from St Louis to SF

1875-05-12

1st recorded shutout in pro baseball, Chicago 1, St Louis 0

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1876-07-15

Baseball's 1st no-hitter, St Louis' George W Bradley no-hits Hartford

1878-12-09

Joseph Pulitzer buys St Louis Dispatch for $2,500

1878-12-12

Joseph Pulitzer begins publishing "St Louis Dispatch"

1881-02-01

US Assay Office in St Louis, Missouri authorized

1881-07-01

US Assay Office in St Louis, Missouri opens

1884-11-25

John B Meyenberg of St Louis patents evaporated milk

1886-10-23

St Louis Browns win World Championship by beating Chicago 4-3 in 10

1887-10-26

Detroit (NL) beats St Louis (AA) 10 games to 5 in World Series

1892-04-21

Black longshoremen strike for higher wages in St Louis, Mo

1896-05-27

Tornado hit St Louis, killing 255 & leaving thousands homeless

1901-07-15

NY Giant Christy Mathewson no-hits St Louis, 5-0

1901-12-03

Milwaukee is dropped from the AL & replaced by St Louis Browns

1902-07-17

Orioles forfeit to St Louis having only 5 players available to play they then forfeit their franchise back to the AL

1903-09-14

NY Giant Red Ames no-hits St Louis, 5-0 in a 5 inning game

1904-04-20

Louisiana Purchase Exposition opens in St Louis

1904-07-01

3rd modern Olympic games opens in St Louis

1904-07-23

Ice cream cone created by during St Louis World Fair - reputedly first by Charles E Menches

1904-08-29

1st Olympics in US are held (St Louis)

1904-08-29

3rd modern Olympic Games opens in St Louis

1904-09-03

St Louis Olympics closes

1904-10-28

St Louis police try a new investigation method - fingerprints

1904-11-23

3rd Olympic games close in St Louis

1905-07-22

Phila Athletic's Weldon Henley no-hits St Louis Browns, 6-0

1905-08-15

Phila A's Rube Waddell no-hits St Louis Browns, 2-0 in 5 innings

1906-07-20

Bkln Dodger Mal Eason no-hits St Louis Cards, 2-0

1906-09-24

St Louis Card Stony McGlynn no-hits Dodgers, 1-1 in 7 inning game

1907-08-11

St Louis Card Ed Karger pitches perfect game vs Braves, 4-0 in 7 inn

1908-02-07

Connie Mack sells hurler Rube Waddell to St Louis Browns for $5,000

1908-07-29

St Louis Browns Rube Waddell strikes out 16 Phila Athletics

1908-08-06

St Louis Card John Lush's 2nd no-hitter, beats Dodgers, 2-0 in 6 inn

1910-07-01

Chicago's Comiskey Park opens - St Louis Browns beat White Sox 2-0

1910-07-31

Chic Cub King Cole no-hits St Louis, 4-0 in a 7 inning game

1911-06-30

US Assay Office in St Louis, Missouri closes

1911-07-20

Boston Red Sox Smokey Joe Wood no-hits St Louis Browns, 5-0

1911-07-29

Boston Red Sox Joe Wood no-hits St Louis Browns, 5-0

1912-07-04

Detroit Tiger George Mullen no-hits St Louis Browns, 7-0

1912-08-30

St Louis Brown Earl Hamilton no-hits Detroit Tigers, 5-1

1913-11-02

St Louis Browns mgr George Stovall is 1st to jump to Federal League

1914-09-11

William Christopher Handy publishes "St Louis Blues"

1915-04-24

Pitts' Frank Allen no-hits St Louis (Federal League), 2-0

1915-08-07

St Louis 3rd base coach Miller Huggins, calls for ball Bkln rookie obliges, Huggins steps aside, & Card runner scores

1915-09-07

St Louis Dave Davenport no-hits Chicago (Federal League), 3-0

1915-09-18

Boston Braves trounce St Louis Cardinals 20-1

1916-06-14

The Democratic Convention convenes in St Louis; Wilson campaigns on the slogan 'he kept out out of the war'

1916-07-14

St Louis Brown Ernie Koob pitches all 17 inns in a 0-0 tie vs Boston

1916-08-30

Boston's Dutch Leonard no-hits St Louis Browns, 4-0

1917-03-17

1st exclusively women's bowling tournament begins in St Louis

1917-04-14

Chicago White Sox Ed Cicotte no-hits St Louis Browns, 11-0

1917-05-05

St Louis Brown Ernie Koob no-hits Chicago White Sox, 1-0

1917-05-06

St Louis Brown Bob Groom no-hits Chicago White Sox, 3-0

1917-05-27

Race riot in East St Louis Illinois, 1 black killed

1917-07-01

Race riots in East St Louis Illinois (40 to 200 reported killed)

1917-07-02

Riots in East St Louis Mo

1919-05-11

Cincinnati Reds Hod Eller no-hits St Louis Cards, 6-0

1922-06-12

St Louis Brown Hub Pruett strikes out Babe Ruth 3 straight times

1922-06-12

St Louis gets record 10 hits in a row & beats Phillies 14-8

1922-07-22

Cards enter 1st place, marks 1st time both St Louis teams are on top

1922-09-09

St Louis Brown "Baby Doll" Jacobson hits 3 triples beating Tigers 16-0

1922-09-25

Giants beat St Louis, to clinch John McGraw's 8th pennant

1923-05-11

10 HRs hit in Phillies 20-14 victory over St Louis Cards

1924-07-17

St Louis Card Jesse Haines no-hits Boston Braves, 5-0

1926-02-06

St Louis Browns acquire catcher Wally Schang from NY Yankees

1926-09-16

St Louis Cards beat Phillies 23-3

1926-10-10

St Louis Cards beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 23rd World Series

1927-04-29

Construction of Spirit of St Louis is completed

1927-05-20

Charles Lindbergh begins NY flight (Spirit of St Louis)

1927-05-21

Aviator Charles Lindbergh, in the Spirit of St Louis, lands in Paris after first solo air crossing of Atlantic

1927-09-29

Tornado strikes St Louis Missouri, 85 die

1928-10-04

25th World Series begins, NY Yankees vs St Louis Cardinals

1929-07-06

St Louis has 2, 10 run innings & beats Phillies 28-6

1930-03-02

1st US indoor glider flight, St Louis Terminal Building

1930-08-08

St Louis Cards are 12 games back in NL, & go on to win pennant

1930-09-18

NY Yankee pitcher Red Ruffing hits 2 HRs to beat St Louis Browns, 7-6

1930-09-27

White Sox 1st baseman Bud Clancy didn't handle ball at all in a 9 inning game vs St Louis Browns

1930-10-01

World Series opens at Phila's Shibe Park, Phila A's beat St Louis 5-2

1930-10-08

Phila A's beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 2 in 27th World Series

1931-04-29

Cleve Indian Wes Ferrell no-hits St Louis Browns, 9-0

1931-07-12

45,715 fans in 35,000 seat Sportsman Park St Louis, help cause many ground ruled doubles, 11 in 1st game & 21 in 2nd game for 32

1931-09-16

St Louis Cards repeat as NL champions with a 6-3 win over Phillies

1931-10-10

St Louis Cards beat Phila A's, 4 games to 3 in 28th World Series

1933-05-26

Phillies Chuck Klein hits for cycle vs St Louis Cards

1934-07-31

St Louis Cards defeat Cin Reds 8-6 in 18 innings, pitchers Dizzy Dean & Tony Freitos go the distant

1934-09-18

St Louis Brown Bobo Newsom loses no-hitter to Boston in 10, 2-1

1934-09-21

St Louis Card Paul Dean no-hits Bkln Dodgers, 3-0

1934-09-30

St Louis Card clinch pennant as Dizzy Dean wins his 30th of year

1934-10-09

St Louis Cards beat Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 3 in 31st World Series

1935-10-15

NHL's St Louis Eagles fold

1936-01-02

1st electron tube to enable night vision described, St Louis, Mo

1936-08-23

17 year old Bob Feller's 1st game, he strikes out 15 St Louis Browns

1936-11-12

St Louis Browns sold to Donald L Barnes & William O DeWitt

1936-12-09

AL OKs night baseball for St Louis

1937-02-12

Cleveland (now St Louis) Rams granted an NFL franchise

1937-05-12

St Louis Cards beat Philadelphia Phillies, 15-3

1937-06-01

Chicago White Sox Bill Dietrich no-hits St Louis Browns, 8-0

1937-06-06

Phillies trailing 8-2 to St Louis, forfeit game

1937-06-13

Joe DiMaggio hits 3 consecutive HRs against St Louis Browns

1937-08-14

Detroit Tigers score 36 runs in double header vs St Louis Browns

1937-11-09

St Louis Cards Triple Crown winner Joe Medwick is named NL MVP

1937-12-29

Lou Thesz beats E Marshall in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1938-06-16

Boston Red Sox Jimmie Foxx is walked a record 6 consecutive times by St Louis Browns

1938-11-02

Babe Ruth applies for job of St Louis Browns' manager

1938-12-07

W9XZY broadcasts facsimile of St Louis Post-Dispatch by radio

1939-02-23

Lou Thesz beats E Marshall in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1939-05-13

SS St Louis departs Hamburg with 937 Jews fugitives

1940-03-07

Ray Steele beats B Nagurski in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1940-05-24

1st night game at St Louis Sportsman Park (Indians 3, Browns 2)

1940-07-09

8th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-0 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1940-08-05

St Louis Brown John Whitehead no-hits Detroit Tigers, 4-0 in 6 innings

1940-09-16

St Louis Browns Johnny Lucadello is 2nd to HR from each side of plate

1941-06-05

Sandor Szabo beats B Nagurski in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1941-08-30

St Louis Card Lon Warneke no-hits Cin Reds, 2-0

1942-09-27

St Louis Cards win NL pennant on last day of season

1942-10-05

St Louis Cards beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 1, in 39th World Series

1943-06-04

St Louis Card Mort Cooper pitches his 2nd consecutive 1 hitter

1944-05-03

"Meet Me in St Louis" opens on Broadway

1944-10-01

St Louis Browns win their only AL pennant

1944-10-04

1st All St Louis World Series, all games played at Sportsman's Park

1944-10-04

St Louis Browns win 1st World Series game in their only appearance

1944-10-09

St Louis Cards beat St Louis Browns, 4 games to 2 in 41st World Series

1945-09-09

Phila A's Dick Fowler no-hits St Louis Brown, 1-0

1946-03-30

"St Louis Woman" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 113 performances

1946-06-17

SW Bell inaugurates mobile telephone commercial service, St Louis

1946-07-06

"St Louis Woman" closes at Martin Beck Theater NYC after 113 perfs

1946-10-01

1st NL playoffs, Dodgers vs Cards (St Louis wins 2 games to 0)

1946-10-15

St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 43rd World Series

1947-02-08

KSD (now KSDK) TV channel 5 in St Louis, MO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-04-25

Lou Thesz beats Whipper Watson in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1947-06-15

47th US Golf Open: Lew Worsham shoots a 282 at St Louis CC in MO

1947-11-21

Bill Longson beats Lou Thesz in St Louis, to become wrestling champ

1948-05-25

30th PGA Championship: Ben Hogan at Norwood Hills CC St Louis

1948-07-13

15th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-2 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1948-07-24

4 Duluth Minn Dukes (St Louis Cards Class C farm team) die in crash

1949-07-25

St Louis Cardinal Stan Musial hits for the cycle beating Bkln 14-1

1949-10-02

St Louis Browns use 9 pitchers, lose to Whites Sox 4-3

1950-06-02

St Louis Browns pitcher Harry Dorish swipes home vs Wash Senators

1950-06-08

Boston Red Sox beat St Louis Browns 29-4 (win by record 25 runs)

1951-02-09

St Louis Browns sign pitcher Satchel Paige, 45

1951-07-02

Bill Veeck buys St Louis Browns from Bill & Charlie DeWitt

1951-09-13

St Louis Cards beat NY Giants 6-4 (rescheduled from 9/12) then at night lose to Boston Braves 2-0

1952-04-28

St Louis Browns lend 2 black minor leaguers to Hankyu Braves of Japan

1952-06-10

St Louis Browns fire manager Rogers Hornsby

1953-03-03

Boston Braves, who own Milwaukee minor league franchise, block St Louis Browns attempt to shift their franchise to Milwaukee

1953-03-16

AL rejects Bill Veeck's request to move St Louis Browns to Baltimore

1953-03-17

Bill Veeck says he will sell his 80% of St Louis Browns for $2,475M

1953-06-16

Despite Johnny Mize 2,000th hit, Yanks lose ending 18 game win streak & also ending St Louis Brown 14 game losing streak

1953-09-16

AL approves St Louis Browns move to become Baltimore Orioles

1953-09-26

Billy Hunter is last St Louis Browns player to homer in a game

1953-09-27

St Louis Browns play last game in Sportsman's Park, losing 100th game

1953-10-29

A Baltimore group purchases St Louis Browns

1953-11-17

St Louis Browns officially become the Baltimore Baseball Club Inc

1953-12-22

Jack Dunn III, owner of Balt Orioles in Intl League, turns name over to newly relocated St Louis Browns

1954-07-14

117°F (47°C), East St Louis, Illinois (state record)

1954-09-12

Betsy Rawls wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open

1955-09-09

Louise Suggs wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open

1956-03-19

Biggest NBA margin of victory - Minn Lakers-133, St Louis Hawks-75

1956-08-19

Fay Crocker wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open

1956-11-09

Lou Thesz beats Whipper Billy Watson in St Louis, to become NWA champ

1957-04-13

11th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 3

1957-06-14

42.0 cm rain falls on East St Louis, Illinois (state record)

1957-06-15

42.01 cm (16.54") of rainfall, East St Louis, Ill (state record)

1957-07-09

24th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-6 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1958-04-12

12th NBA Championship: St Louis Hawks beat Bost Celtics, 4 games to 2

1958-09-01

St Louis Card Vinegar Bend Mizell walks a record 9 men in a shutout

1959-01-09

Pat O'Connor beats Dick Hutton in St Louis, to become NWA champ

1959-02-10

Tornado in St Louis kills 19 & injures 265

1959-03-25

Bill White traded to St Louis for pitchers Sam Jones & Don Choate

1959-09-26

SF Giants Sam Jones 2nd no-hitter, beats St Louis Cards, 4-0

1959-10-04

1st World Series game played west of St Louis (in LA)

1960-03-13

NFL's Chicago Cardinals moves to St Louis

1960-04-09

14th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 3

1960-05-15

Chic Cub Don Cardwell no-hits St Louis Cards, 4-0

1961-04-11

15th NBA Championship: Bos Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 1

1961-05-31

Chuck Berry's amusement park, Berryland in St Louis, opens

1961-07-05

St Louis Cardinal Bill White hits 3 HRs & a double

1961-08-02

St Louis Cards (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 36-7 in Toronto

1961-11-05

St Louis Cards Bill Stacy, returns 2 interceptions for TDs vs Dallas

1961-11-22

St Louis Hawk Bob Pettit sets NBA record, hitting 19 of 19 free throws

1961-11-26

For 2nd time in his career, St Louis' Jerry Norton has 4 interceptions

1962-02-17

Wilt Chamberlain of NBA Phila Warriors scores 67 points vs St Louis

1962-03-06

St Louis vote to build a new downtown stadium for the Cardinals

1963-09-01

St Louis Cards pitcher Curt Simmons steals home plate

1963-09-29

Cardinal's celebrate Stan Musial Day in St Louis, for Stan Musial's final game, where he hits his 3,629th & 3,630th HRs

1964-05-25

Ground is broken for a new stadium in St Louis

1964-08-16

St Louis Card Curt Flood gets 8 straight hits in a doubleheader

1964-08-23

St Louis Cards are 11 games back in NL, & win World Series

1964-09-13

St Louis is 1st NL to score runs in every game since 1923, win 15-2

1964-10-04

Phils bomb Reds 10-0 as both teams finish one game behind St Louis

1964-10-15

St Louis Cardinals beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 61st World Series

1964-11-13

Bob Petit (St Louis Hawks) becomes 1st NBAer to score 20,000 points

1965-06-21

65th US Golf Open: Gary Player shoots 282 at Bellerive CC in St Louis

1965-08-15

Mary Mills wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open

1965-10-28

Gateway Arch (630' (190m) high) completed in St Louis, Missouri

1965-11-09

1st NY Knick game postponed (black-out) vs St Louis

1966-01-07

Gene Kiniski beats Lou Thesz in St Louis, to become NWA champ

1966-05-08

Last game at old Busch stadium, St Louis Card lose 10-5 to SF

1966-05-12

St Louis' Busch Stadium opens, Braves lose to Cards 4-3 in 12 inns

1966-07-12

37th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 2-1 in 10 at Busch Stad, St Louis

1967-06-04

Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational

1967-08-12

New Orleans Saints 1st pre-season victory, beat St Louis 23-14

1967-10-12

St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 64th World Series as Lou Brock steals a record 7 bases in 1 World Series

1967-11-07

St Louis Cards Orlando Cepeda is 1st unanimous NL MVP

1968-05-11

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1968-05-25

Gateway Arch in St Louis dedicated

1968-09-17

Gaylord Perry (Giants) no-hits St Louis Cardinals, 1-0

1968-09-26

St Louis Cards' Bob Gibson's 13th shutout ends with 1.12 ERA

1968-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 65th World Series

1969-05-04

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1969-05-18

Sandra Haynie wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational

1970-01-20

23rd NHL All-Star Game: East beat West 4-1 at St Louis

1972-08-26

NY Cosmos beat St Louis Stars, 2-1 to win NASL championship

1973-07-23

Ozark AL plane knocked out of air by lightning, St Louis-36 die

1973-09-10

NY Jets trade pro footballs leading receiver Don Maynard to St Louis

1973-09-24

St Louis Cards Jim Bakken sets NFL record kicking 7 field goals

1973-12-09

St Louis Cardinal Jim Bakken kicks 6 field goals vs Atlanta Falcons

1974-07-29

St Louis Card Lou Brock steals his 700th base

1974-09-13

Phillies set NL record, using 27 players in a game, St Louis uses 24, tying record of 51. Phils win 7-3 in 17

1975-10-25

Denver Nuggets 1st game at McNichols Sports Arena beat St Louis Spirits

1976-05-22

St Louis Cardinal Reggie Smith hits 3 HR

1976-06-18

St Louis Cards Lou Brock & Hector Cruz hit inside-the-park HRs

1976-08-16

St Louis Cards beat San Diego Chargers 20-10 in Tokyo (NFL expo)

1977-08-29

St Louis Cardinal Lou Brock eclipses Ty Cobb's 49-year-old career stolen bases record at 893 as Padres win 4-3

1977-11-24

Miami Bob Greise passes for 6 touchdowns vs St Louis (55-14)

1978-04-16

St Louis Card Bob Forsch no-hits Phillies, 5-0

1978-06-16

Cin Red Tom Seaver no-hits St Louis Cards, 4-0

1979-09-23

St Louis legend Lou Brock steals 938th & final base of his career

1980-09-07

Earnest Gray becomes 2nd NY Giant to score 4 TDs (vs St Louis)

1980-10-26

St Louis Cards sack Balt Colt QBs an NFL record tying 12 times

1982-10-20

St Louis Cards beat Milwaukee Brewers, 4 games to 3 in 79th World Series

1983-08-06

Minnesota Vikings beat St Louis Cards 28-10 in London, England (NFL expo)

1983-09-26

St Louis Card Bob Forsch 2nd no-hitter beats Montreal Expos, 3-0

1984-03-19

KSD-AM in St Louis MO changes call letters to KUSA

1984-04-21

Montreal Expo David Palmer no-hits St Louis Cards, 4-0 in a perfect 5 inn game

1984-06-01

KWK-AM in St Louis MO changes call letters to KGLD

1985-09-22

St Louis Cardinals set an unusual streak record by winning 9 of 10 games, each pitched by a different man

1985-10-16

KC Royals & St Louis Cardinals win their league championships

1985-10-27

KC Royals beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 82nd World Series

1987-10-14

St Louis Cards beat SF Giants, 4 games to 3 in NLCS

1987-10-25

Minnesota Twins win their 1st World Series championship beating St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 84th World Series

1988-01-16

NFL St Louis Cardinals announce move to Phoenix

1988-02-09

39th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 6-5 (OT) at St Louis

1988-02-29

KWK-FM in St Louis Missouri changes call letters to WKBG

1988-03-15

NFL's St Louis Cardinals officially move to Phoenix

1988-05-14

1st non-pitcher (Jose Oquendo) in 20 years to get a decision in a baseball game, he & St Louis Cards lose to Braves 7-5 in 19 inn

1988-12-01

NY Islanders greatest shutout lose (8-0) vs St Louis Blues

1989-02-10

Minor League Football System opens organizational meeting, St Louis

1989-04-03

Mets win 11th consecutive home opener 8-4 over St Louis at Shea Stad

1989-10-30

August A Busch III becomes CEO of St Louis Cards

1989-11-02

"Meet Me in St Louis" opens at Gershwin Theater NYC for 253 perfs

1990-06-10

"Meet Me in St Louis" closes at Gershwin Theater NYC after 253 perfs

1990-06-29

A's Dave Stewart no-hits Blue Jays & Dodger's Fernando Valenzuela no-hits St Louis 6-0, 1st time no-hitters in both leagues

1990-07-23

Rosie Jones (St Louis), 26, crowned 22nd Miss Black America

1991-03-19

St Louis Blues Brett Hull is 3rd NHLer to score 80 goals in a season

1991-03-31

St Louis Blues Brett Hull scores his 86th goal

1991-04-16

St Louis Blues becomes 8th NHL team in Play-off to come back from a 3-1 deficit as they beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 in game 7

1991-07-02

Riot at Guns N' Roses concert in St Louis

1992-07-12

Axl Rose arrested on riot charges in St Louis of Jul 2, 1991 concert

1992-08-16

74th PGA Championship: Nick Price shoots a 278 at Bellerive St Louis

1993-08-14

St Louis reliever Lee Smith is fastest to get 40 saves

1994-02-26

St Louis Blues beat Ottawa Senators 11-1

1995-01-17

LA Rams announce that they are moving to St Louis

1995-03-10

Chiel Meijering's "St Louis Blues" premieres in Arnhem

1996-10-14

Braves blow out St Louis, 14-0 in an NLCS game

1997-04-19

SD Padres & St Louis Cards play at Aloha Stadium Hawaii

1997-05-16

Atlanta Braves beat St Louis Cardinals, 1-0 in 13 innings

1997-05-16

St Louis Cards Gary Gaetti records his 2,000th hits

1997-07-31

A's trade Mark McGwire to St Louis Cardinals

1997-09-16

Mark McGwire signs with the St Louis Cardinals for $26M

1997-09-28

St Louis Cardinals Mark McGwire hits his 58th HR of 1997 (34 with Oak A's)

2001-04-01

20th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at St Louis

2009-07-14

80th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Busch Stadium, St Louis

2012-04-28

Tent collapse in St Louis, Missouri, kills one and injures 110 people

2013-10-23

Boston Red Sox defeat St Louis Cardinals in game 1 of the MLB 2013 World Series

2013-10-24

St Louis Cardinals defeat Boston Red Sox to tie the MLB 2013 World Series 1-1

2013-10-26

St Louis Cardinals defeat Boston Red Sox to lead the MLB 2013 World Series 2-1

2013-10-30

The Boston Red Sox defeat the St Louis Cardinals in game 6 to win the MLB 2013 World Series

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St Louis - Notable Birthdays

T. S. EliotSep 26, 1888

Jane FromanNov 10, 1907

Shelley WintersAug 18, 1920

Stan MusialNov 21, 1920

Phyllis SchlaflyAug 15, 1924

Doris RobertsNov 4, 1930

robert pettitDec 12, 1932

Grace BumbryJan 4, 1937

Kevin KlineOct 24, 1947

John GoodmanJun 20, 1952

Keith HernandezOct 20, 1953

Brett HullAug 9, 1964

Pat LaFontaineFeb 22, 1965

Ron GantMar 2, 1965

Jon HammMar 10, 1971

St Louis - Birthdays
Date Event
1820-05-23

James Buchanan Eads, US, engineer/inventor (Eads Bridge-St Louis)

1847-04-10

Joseph Pulitzer, Hungary, publisher (St Louis Post-Dispatch, NY World)

1873-11-16

William Christopher Handy, Alabama, jazz star (St Louis Blues) (d. 1958)

1877-09-28

Stanner E V Taylor, St Louis MO, director/writer (Lucky Jim, Ramona)

1879-11-08

King Baggot I, St Louis MO, director (Tumbleweeds)

1887-11-15

Marianne Moore, St Louis, poet (Pulitzer 1951, Collected Poems)

1888-09-26

T. S. Eliot, St Louis Missouri, poet/dramatist/critic (Waste Land-Nobel 1948), (d. 1965)

1891-04-15

Wallace Reid, St Louis MO, actor/dir/screenwriter (Every Inch a Man)

1896-04-27

Rogers Hornsby, 2nd baseman (St Louis Cards)

1897-09-05

Morris Carnovsky, St Louis MO, actor (Dead Reckoning)

1897-11-18

Jules Buffano, St Louis Mo, pianist (Jimmy Durante Show)

1898-03-10

Cy Kendall, St Louis Mo, actor (Mysteries of Chinatown)

1902-09-13

Leland Hayward, US producer (Spirit of St Louis)

1903-06-21

Al[bert] Hirschfield, St Louis Mo, cartoonist (NINA, NY Times)

1903-08-13

Wilton Graff, St Louis MO, actor (Bloodlust, Just Before Dawn)

1904-11-01

Laura Laplante, St Louis MO, actress (Cat & Canary)

1905-12-08

Frank Faylen, St Louis Mo, actor (Herbert Gillis-Dobie Gillis)

1907-03-27

Mary Treen, St Louis Mo, actress (Emily-Willy)

1907-04-20

William Dollar, St Louis, ballet dancer/choreographer

1907-11-10

Jane Froman, St Louis Mo, singer (Jane Froman's USA Canteen), (d. 1980)

1908-06-17

Frank Sully, St Louis MO, actor (Along Came Jones, Phantom Thief)

1911-01-16

Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean, HOF baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1911-05-27

Vincent Price, St Louis MO, actor (House on Haunted Hill, Fly, Laura)

1912-06-13

Mary Wickes, St Louis Mo, actress (Dennis the Menace, Julia, Doc)

1913-07-18

Marvin Miller, St Louis Mo, actor (Space Patrol, Millionaire)

1913-10-20

Barney Phillips, St Louis Mo, actor (Dragnet, Felony Squad)

1914-02-05

William S Burroughs, St Louis, novelist (Naked Lunch)

1914-03-08

Jacob B Bakema, urban developer (St Louis Missouri)

1914-12-01

Johnny Johnston, St Louis Mo, singer (Make that Spare)

1915-03-09

Pete Gray, one-armed outfielder (St Louis Browns)

1916-07-23

Ben Weber, St Louis Missouri, composer (Thorne Music Award-1965)

1916-12-18

Betty Grable, St Louis, great legs/actress (Gay Divorcee)

1917-04-12

M Marie Widlow, St Louis Mo, softball pitcher (Hall of Fame 1957)

1919-07-10

Rusty Gill, St Louis Mo, singer (Polka Time)

1920-08-18

Shelley Winters, St Louis Missouri, actress (A Place in the Sun, A Patch of Blue & Poseidon Adventure), (d. 2006)

1920-11-21

Stan Musial, Donora Pennsylvania, MLB outfielder (St Louis Cardinal, 7 times NL bat champ)

1920-11-30

Virginia Mayo, St Louis Mo, actress (Out of the Blue, White Heat)

1922-12-09

Redd Foxx, St Louis Mo, comedian (Sandford & Son, Redd Foxx Show)

1923-02-02

Al "Red" Schoendienst, baseball manager/2nd baseman (St Louis Cards)

1924-08-15

Phyllis Schlafly, St Louis, right-winger/Eagle Forum president

1925-06-08

Eddie Gaedel, 3'7" St Louis Browns pinch-hitter (he walked)

1925-06-20

Doris J Hart, St Louis Mo, tennis player (Wimbledon 1951)

1926-02-12

Joe Garagiola, St Louis Mo, sportscaster/host (Today Show)

1926-05-30

Edouard Van Remoortel, Brussels, conductor (1958-62 St Louis Symph)

1926-07-29

Donald Carter, St Louis, Missouri, professional bowler, six-time bowler of the year, (d. 2012)

1926-10-18

Chuck Berry, St Louis, rocker (Roll over Beethoven)

1927-08-11

Raymond Leppard, London England, conductor (St Louis Symphony Orch)

1927-11-30

Robert Guillaume, [Williams], St Louis Mo, actor (Benson, Soap)

1928-02-10

Gene Taylor, (Rep-D-St Louis, 1973- )

1928-02-24

Michael Harrington, St Louis, socialist/author (Fragments of Century)

1928-04-04

Maya Angelou, [Marguerite Johnson], St Louis, poet/actress (Nyo-Roots)

1928-10-02

Clay Felker, St Louis, journalist (NY Herald Tribune, Esquire)

1929-10-02

Moses Gunn, St Louis Mo, actor (Amityville II, Good Times, Shaft)

1930-08-14

Earl Weaver, St Louis Mo, manager (Balt Orioles 1968-82, 85-86), (d. 2013)

1930-11-04

Doris Roberts, St Louis Mo, actress (Angie, Maggie, Emmy 1983)

1931-06-09

Bill Virdon, 2nd baseman (St Louis Cards)/mgr (NY Yankees)

1931-11-09

Whitey Herzog, baseball manager (St Louis Cardinals)

1932-02-12

Lincoln Kilpatrick, St Louis Mo, actor (BJ-Leslie Uggams Show)

1932-12-12

robert pettit, Baton Rouge Louisiana, NBA star (St Louis Bombers/1959 MVP)

1933-01-20

Ron Townson, St Louis Mo, rock vocalist (5th Dimension-Up Up & Away)

1933-06-23

Bert Convy, St Louis MO, game show host (Win, Lose or Draw)

1933-07-23

Bert Convy, St Louis Mo, actor (Snoop Sisters, Win Lose or Draw)

1933-09-27

Kathleen Nolan, St Louis Mo, actress (Real McCoys, Janie, Broadside)

1935-01-15

Malcolm Frager, St Louis, Missouri, pianist

1937-01-04

Grace Bumbry, St Louis, mezzo-soprano (Venus in Tannhäuser)

1937-01-15

Margaret O'Brien, San Diego, actress (Jane Eyre, Meet Me in St Louis)

1937-06-16

August Busch III, CEO (Anheuser-Busch, St Louis Cards)

1938-03-31

Nathaniel Taylor, St Louis Mo, actor (Rollo-Sanford & Sons)

1939-03-07

Marion Marlowe, St Louis Mo, singer (Arthur Godfrey & Friends)

1939-06-18

Lou Brock, one-time baseball stolen base leader (St Louis Cards)

1939-09-17

Lamonte McLemore, St Louis Mo, rock vocalist (5th Dimension)

1939-10-25

Zelmo Beaty, Hillister, TX, basketball player (St Louis Hawks, Utah Stars), (d. 2013)

1940-06-26

Billy Davis Jr, St Louis Mo, singer (5th Dimension-One Less Bell)

1940-07-03

Fontella Bass, St Louis Mo, vocalist (Rescue Me)

1942-04-03

Marsha Mason, St Louis Mo, actress (Blume in Love, Cinderella Liberty)

1942-05-21

Robert C Springer, St Louis, Col USMC/astronaut (STS-29, STS-38)

1943-02-27

Mary Frann, St Louis Mo, actress (Joanna-Newhart, Days of Our Live)

1943-05-01

Joy Harmon, St Louis Mo, actress (Cool Hand Luke)

1943-07-08

Faye Wattleton, St Louis Mo, sociologist/pres (Planned Parenthood)

1944-02-14

Bruce Summerhays, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (Provo Open-1966, 91 93)

1944-04-29

Jim Hart, Evanston, Ill, NFL quarterback (St Louis Cardinals)

1944-08-07

David Rasche, St Louis MO, actor (Sledge Hammer)

1945-02-18

Judy Rankin, St Louis Mo, LPGA golfer (Vare Trophy 1976-77)

1945-02-18

Michael Nader, St Louis Mo, actor (Peter-Gidget, Dex Dexter-Dynasty)

1946-08-11

Marilyn Vos Savant, St Louis Mo, writer/world's highest IQ (228)

1946-10-03

Bob Dotson, St Louis Mo, newscaster (Primetime Sunday)

1947-01-17

Todd Susman, St Louis Mo, actor (Goodnight Beantown)

1947-03-14

Janis Schmitt, St Louis Mo, playmate (February, 1978)

1947-07-27

Betty Thomas, St Louis Mo, actress (Lucy Baines-Hill Street Blues)

1947-08-08

Jose Cruz, leftfielder (St Louis Cards, Houston Astros)

1947-10-15

Lynn Lowry, E St Louis Ill, actress (Cat People, Crazies)

1947-10-24

Kevin Kline, St Louis, actor (Sophie's Choice, Big Chill)

1951-03-13

Fred Berry, St Louis Mo, actor (Rerun-What's Happening)

1951-05-20

Thomas D Akers, St Louis, Major USAF/astronaut (STS 41, 49, 61, 79)

1951-09-24

Terry Metcalf, Seattle, NFL, CFL running back (St Louis, Toronto)

1952-02-12

Michael McDonald, St Louis, rock keyboardist/vocals (Doobie Brothers)

1952-04-16

Peter Westbrook, St Louis Mo, US fencer (Olympic-bronze-88, 92, 96)

1952-06-20

John Goodman, St Louis Mo, actor (Dan Conner-Roseanne, Babe)

1953-10-20

Keith Hernandez, San Francisco California, MLB 1st baseman (St Louis Cardinals, NY Mets)

1953-12-02

Jay Dean Haas, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1978 Andy Williams-San Diego)

1954-06-17

Mark Linn-Baker, St Louis, actor (Larry Appleton-Perfect Strangers)

1954-06-29

Rick Honeycutt, Chattanooga TN, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1954-10-03

Dennis Eckersley, Oakland CA, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1954-10-09

Scott Bakula, St Louis MO, actor (Quantum Leap, Gung Ho, Murphy Brown)

1954-12-26

Ozzie Smith, Mobile AL, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1957-05-09

John Stuper, baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1957-09-23

Tony Fossas, Cuba, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1958-02-12

Ruth Guerri, St Louis Mo, playmate (July, 1983)

1958-08-19

Gary Gaetti, Centralia IL, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1958-10-17

France St Louis, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98)

1958-10-18

Hal Haenel, St Louis Mo, star yachter (Olympics-8th-1988, 92, 96)

1958-11-02

Willie McGee, SF CA, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals, NL MVP-1985)

1959-01-22

Linda Blair, St Louis Mo, actress (Exorcist, Chained Heat, Savage St)

1959-09-23

Heather Drew, St Louis MO, LPGA golfer (1987 Henredon Classic-5th)

1959-10-08

Mike Morgan, Tulare CA, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1960-01-19

Alfrederick Joyner, E St Louis Ill, triple jumper (Olympic-gold-1984)

1960-08-26

Ola Ray, St Louis Mo, playmate (Jun, 1980)/actress (Thriller)

1960-10-17

James Patrick Delsing, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1993 New England-2nd)

1961-08-21

Danny Sheaffer, Jacksonville FL, catcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1961-08-26

Jeff Parrett, Indianapolis IN, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1962-03-03

Jackie Joyner-Kersee, E St Louis IL, heptathele (Olympic-gold-88, 92)

1962-07-02

Brandel Eugene Chamblee, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1994 Honda-3rd)

1962-07-30

Tom Pagnozzi, Tucson AZ, catcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1962-10-02

Mark Rypien, quarterback (St Louis Rams)

1963-01-21

Jessie Hester, NFL player (St Louis Rams)

1963-05-24

Ken Ftach, St Louis Mo, tennis star

1963-07-11

Al MacInnis, Inverness NS, NHL defenseman (Team Canada, St Louis)

1964-01-10

Krista Tesreau, St Louis Mo, actress (Tina-OLTL, Silk Stalkings)

1964-01-29

John Habyan, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1964-05-07

Leslie O'Neal, NFL defensive end (San Diego Chargers, St Louis Rams)

1964-08-09

Brett Hull, Belleville Ontario, NHL right wing (St Louis Blues, Dallas Stars)

1964-10-02

Sherry Arnett, St Louis Mo, playmate (Jan, 1986)

1965-02-22

Pat LaFontaine, St Louis Missouri, NHL center (NY Islanders, Buffalo Sabres, NY Rangers)

1965-03-02

Ron Gant, Victoria Texas, American baseball outfielder (Atlanta Braves, St Louis Cardinals)

1965-03-24

Angela Zuckerman, St Louis Mo, speed skater (Olympics-1994)

1965-05-20

Todd Stottlemyre, Yakima WA, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals, Blue Jays)

1965-07-29

Luis Alicea, Santurce Puerto Rico, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1965-10-24

Vernice Smith, NFL guard (Washington Redskins, St Louis Rams)

1965-11-18

Mark Petkovsek, Beaumont TX, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1966-01-25

Paul Ranheim, St Louis, NHL left wing (Hartford Whalers)

1966-02-11

Anthony Parker, NFL cornerback (Minnesota Vikings, St Louis Rams, TB Bucs)

1966-02-20

Britt Hager, NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos, St Louis Rams)

1966-02-24

Rene Arocha, Cubans/US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1966-09-13

Igor Kravchuk, Ufa Russia, NHL defenseman (Team Russia, St Louis)

1966-09-24

Bernard Gilkey, St Louis MO, outfielder (NY Mets)

1967-02-10

Dwayne "Road Grader" White, NFLer (NY Jets, St Louis)

1967-03-29

Brian Jordan, Baltimore MD, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1967-06-05

Ray Lankford, Modesto California, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1967-06-14

Wendy Lian Williams, St Louis Mo, US diver (Olympic-bronze-88, 92)

1967-08-20

Andy Benes, Evansville IN, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1967-09-29

Dave Silvestri, St Louis MO, infielder (NY Yankees, Montreal Expos)

1968-01-21

Tom Urbani, Santa Cruz CA, pitcher (St Louis Cards, Detroit Tigers)

1968-02-05

Will Furrer, NFL quarterback (Houston Oilers, St Louis Rams)

1968-03-05

Roman Phifer, linebacker (St Louis Rams)

1968-12-08

Bill Johnson, defensive tackle (St Louis Rams)

1969-01-07

Todd Kinchen, NFL wide receiver (St Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons)

1969-01-08

Brian Boehringer, St Louis MO, pitcher (NY Yankees)

1969-01-29

Robert Young, NFL player (St Louis Rams)

1969-02-03

Terry Bradshaw, US baseball outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1969-02-09

Todd Lyght, US football quarterback (St Louis Rams)

1969-02-11

Bryan Eversgerd, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1969-04-15

Michael Jones, NFL linebacker (Oakland Raiders, St Louis Rams)

1969-06-21

Donovan Osborne, Roseville CA, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1969-07-26

Patrick Alfred Bates, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1994 NIKE Dakota Open)

1969-10-06

Robert Person, St Louis MO, pitcher (NY Mets)

1969-10-26

Mark Sweeney, Framington Mass, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1970-01-02

Royce Clayton, Burbank CA, infielder (SF Giants, St Louis Cardinals)

1970-01-06

John Gerak, NFL tight end/guide (Minnesota Vikings, St Louis Rams)

1970-01-19

T J Mathews, Belleville IL, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1970-01-26

Ronald Moore, NFL running back (NY Jets, St Louis Rams, Az Cardinals)

1970-02-04

John Frascatore, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1970-02-10

Brendan Eppert, St Louis Mo, speed skater (Olympics-1994)

1970-02-20

Bryan Robinson, defensive end (St Louis Rams)

1970-02-20

Jeff Robinson, NFL defensive end (Denver Broncos, St Louis Rams)

1970-10-04

Lucy Nusrala, St Louis Mo, 5k runner

1970-10-04

Ryan McNeil, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions, St Louis Rams)

1970-10-17

John Mabry, Wilmington DE, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1970-11-18

Toby Wright, safety (St Louis Rams)

1970-11-21

Keith Crawford, wide receiver (St Louis Rams)

1971-02-10

Wayne Gandy, tackle (St Louis Rams)

1971-03-10

Jon Hamm, St Louis Missouri, American actor (Mad Men - Don Draper)

1971-06-09

D'Marco Farr, defensive tackle (St Louis Rams)

1971-10-01

Amp Lee, NFL running back (Minnesota Vikings, St Louis Rams)

1971-10-13

Jay Williams, defensive end (St Louis Rams)

1972-01-15

Kimberly Anne Massaro, St Louis Mo, Miss America (Missouri-5th-1997)

1972-01-21

Alan Benes, Evansville IN, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1972-04-09

Jeff Wilkins, kicker (St Louis Rams)

1972-04-17

Keith Lyle, safety (St Louis Rams)

1972-08-16

Zach Wiegert, tackle (St Louis Rams)

1972-08-17

Ernie Conwell, tight end (St Louis Rams)

1972-08-18

Derrick Harris, running back (St Louis Rams)

1972-09-14

David Bell, Cincinnati Ohio, infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1972-09-19

Amy Frazier, St Louis Mo, tennis star

1972-11-10

Isaac Bruce, NFL wide receiver (St Louis Rams)

1972-12-06

Mike Gruttadauri, corner (St Louis Rams)

1973-01-09

Aaron Holbert, US baseball infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1973-01-20

Eddie Kennison, wide receiver (St Louis Rams)

1973-02-06

Fred Miller, tackle (St Louis Rams)

1973-02-07

Billy Baumhoff, St Louis MO, soccer midfielder/forward (Oly-gold-96)

1973-04-05

Tony Banks, quarterback (St Louis Rams)

1973-10-07

Gerald McBurrows, safety (St Louis Rams)

1973-10-09

Dexter McCleon, cornerback (St Louis Rams)

1973-11-06

Taje Allen, kicker (St Louis Rams)

1973-12-08

Mitch Jacoby, tight end (St Louis Rams)

1973-12-20

Muadianvita Kazadi, linebacker (St Louis Rams)

1974-11-20

Jerald Moore, running back (St Louis Rams)

1975-03-13

Landon Wilson, St Louis, NHL right wing (Colorado Avalanche)

1975-03-25

Miguel Mejia, San Pedro de Macoris, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1975-05-12

Lawrence Phillips, running back (St Louis Rams)

1975-06-12

Ryan Tucker, NFL center (St Louis Rams)

1975-11-04

Orlando Pace, tackle (St Louis Rams)

1975-12-19

Kristin Folkl, St Louis MO, volleyball outside hitter (alt-Oly-96)

St Louis - Notable Deaths

Mary AstorSep 25, 1987

St Louis - Deaths
Date Event
1829-02-24

Auguste Chouteau, St Louis co-founder, dies

1875-07-09

Francis Preston Blair Jr, famed St Louis lawyer, dies at 54

1943-06-25

Spencer Charters, actor (Big Town Girl, St Louis Kid), dies at 68

1958-03-28

William Christopher Handy, US conductor/composer (St Louis Blues), dies at 84 in New York

1968-05-02

Donald L Hall, airplane designer (Spirit of St Louis), dies at 69

1970-07-17

Juano Hernandez, actor (St Louis Blues, Two Loves), dies at 74

1974-07-17

Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean, pitcher (St Louis Cards), dies at 63

1987-09-25

Mary Astor, actress (Cynthia, Meet Me in St Louis, Fiesta), dies at 81

1989-09-29

A A Busch Jr, brewer/baseball owner (St Louis Cards), dies at 90


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