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Title Drama and pride in the Gateway City : the 1964 St. Louis Cardinals / edited by John Harry Stahl and Bill Nowlin ; associate editors, Tom Heinlein, Russell Lake, and Leonard Levin.
Imprint Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2013.

Series Memorable teams in baseball history
Memorable teams in baseball history.
Subject St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball team) -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Stahl, John Harry.
Nowlin, Bill, 1945-
Description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary By 1964 the storied St. Louis Cardinals had gone seventeen years without so much as a pennant. Things began to turn around in 1953, when August A. Busch Jr. bought the team and famously asked where all the black players were. Under the leadership of men like Bing Devine and Johnny Keane, the Cardinals began signing talented players regardless of color, and slowly their star started to rise again. Drama and Pride in the Gateway City commemorates the team that Bing Devine built, the 1964 team that prevailed in one of the tightest three-way pennant races of all time and then went on to win the World Series, beating the New York Yankees in the full seven games. All the men come alive in these pages--pitchers Ray Sadecki and Bob Gibson, players Lou Brock, Curt Flood, and Bobby Shantz, manager Johnny Keane, his coaches, the Cardinals' broadcasters, and Bill White, who would one day run the entire National League--along with the dramatic events that made the 1964 Cardinals such a memorable club in a memorable year.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; 1. Dave Bakenhaster; 2. Ken Boyer; 3. Lou Brock; 4. Ernie Broglio; 5. Jerry Buchek; 6. Lew Burdette; 7. Timeline, April 14-April 30; 8. Doug Clemens; 9. Roger Craig; 10. Mike Cuellar; 11. Dave Dowling; 12. Harry Fanok; 13. Curt Flood; 14. Phil Gagliano; 15. Timeline, May 1-May 31; 16. Bob Gibson; 17. Dick Groat; 18. Glen Hobbie; 19. Bob Humphreys; 20. Charlie James; 21. Julián Javier; 22. Johnny Lewis; 23. Timeline, June 1-June 30; 24. Jeoff Long; 25. Dal Maxvill; 26. Tim McCarver; 27. Joe Morgan; 28. Gordon Richardson.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780803246089 (electronic bk.)
0803246080 (electronic bk.)
9780803243729 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
0803243723 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9781299132344 (MyiLibrary)
1299132340 (MyiLibrary)
OCLC # 827207307
Additional Format Print version: Nowlin, Bill. Drama and Pride in the Gateway City : The 1964 St. Louis Cardinals. Lincoln : UNP - Nebraska Paperback, ©2013 9780803243729


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