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There were moments this spring when Bob Gibson, pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, must have wondered whether he had picked the right sport. A onetime member of the Harlem Globetrotters, Gibson broke his ankle late...
March 23, 1970 | William Leggett
Even with Richie Allen aboard, the owner of the new, new Cardinals, peeved by player demands and a Supreme Court challenge, is hardly Little Gussie Sunshine—as poor Steve Carlton has learned
October 16, 1967 | William Leggett
November 11, 1996
Most of these quarterbacks have had too high expectations placed on them. If they fall short, then they're no good.BRIAN TILLEY, BUFFALO GROVE, ILL.
April 24, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
BOB FORSCH: The 28-year-old righthander pitched the first no-hit game of the season and the first by a Cardinal since Bob Gibson in 1971. He allowed only two walks as he mowed down Philadelphia 5-0.