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Albert "Red" Schoendienst joined the Cardinals in 1945, his first of over 50 consecutive years in a big league uniform. The Cardinals' second baseman for over a decade, his spectacular defense and solid hitting helped them capture the 1946 World Series. Selected to ten all-star teams, he captained the star-studded Milwaukee Braves to two World Series before rejoining the Redbirds. Schoendienst managed the Cardinals for a team-record 12 years, winning the 1967 World Series, and coached for many more. A 1989 Hall of Fame inductee, Red Schoendienst was only the sixth Cardinal player to have his number retired.

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Red Schoendienst accepted his award.
(Photo courtesy St. Louis Mercantile Library Association.)

Date of Birth Field/Achievement Location of Star Date of Induction

02-02-23

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6634 Delmar

05-17-98

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