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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #73916
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    If you love history, you have to watch this.

    #73957
    bicyclemike
    bicyclemike
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    Whoa, Mick and Stan in the same video! The youthful Mick really looks powerful on that swing. The veteran Stan has a more smooth stroke.

    This reminds me of some early scenes in the movie “Strategic Air Command”, starring Jimmy Stewart and June Allyson. Great movie for classic film buffs. Stewart plays an aging Cardinal third baseman who is called back into the service. Early scenes are filmed at Al Lang Field. The casting is questionable as it is a stretch to think that Stewart could still be playing ball, as he was in his late 40s when the film was made. But it is still a great movie and looking at Al Field field and what I believe are the “real” Cardinals in the background is fun.

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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #74066
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #74067
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #74145
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Another gem.

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    bicyclemike
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    Wow – Hall of Famers Gibson and Cepeda in that video, along with Cardinal Hall of Famer and part-time broadcaster McCarver. Is that Yogi Berra coaching first base?

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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    I missed Yogi the first time. He is at the very end of the clip. I looked it up and was surprised that he coached first base for the Mets for six seasons – 1966-1971. Then he was manager for the next three-plus.

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    gscottar
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    That is great stuff Brian. I love those videos!

    #74331
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Me, too!

    I am really disappointed that Keith Hernandez has not yet been voted by fans into the Cardinals Hall of Fame.

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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Should this be Mort Cooper’s year?

    #74495
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Includes swings by Red, Stan and Enos.

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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #74985
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #77554
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    #78355
    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Flood and Brock at the plate.

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    Euro Dandy
    Euro Dandy
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    Free

    Flood and Brock at the plate.

    Also, St Louis native Ron Hunt singles with the bunt. It would’ve been more fitting if they had shown him taking one in the shoulder. Hunt finished out his last few career games as a Cardinal.

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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    I missed this one the first time.

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    PugsleyAddams
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    Brian Walton
    Brian Walton
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    Stan and Richie Ashburn.

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