Curt Flood

Former St. Louis Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons reads his placque before Hall of Fame induction ceremonies at Ballpark Village in St. Louis on August 15, 2015. Simmons was the only member of the Class of 2015 that is alive, joining coach George Kissell, outfielder Curt Flood and pitcher Bob Forsch. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

“Simba” Enters Cardinals Hall of Fame

Catcher Ted Simmons is only living member of team’s Class of 2015


Curt Flood in 1986 photo (Getty/Stephen Dunn)

Baseball Hall to Honor Curt Flood

Former Cardinal’s challenge to reserve system to be commemorated July 25


Bob Forsch throws out the first pitch before Game Seven of the MLB World Series at Busch Stadium on October 28, 2011 in St Louis, Missouri. (Getty/Ezra Shaw)

Cardinals Name 2015 Hall of Fame Choices

Bob Forsch, Ted Simmons, Curt Flood & George Kissell made the cut



Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, July 20th

U.S. Congressman Russ Carnahan on possible legal challenge to Missouri congressional redistricting; St. Louis Attorney Paul Lore on the misunderstood story of Curt Flood; Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; tips on health insurance options for new college grads; Terry Moe on “The Internet Will Reduce Teachers Union Power; and a look at the Mo. Special Legislative session being called in September, 2011.


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Sports Hub: Cardinals Beat Baltimore, Curt Flood & Kevin Allen

The Cardinals – hoping to bounce back after a run 15-game stint in which they lost 12 games – won 6-2 in Baltimore tonight. What does it mean going forward and what questions remain to be answered? Also, the two discuss a new HBO documentary on Curt Flood.


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The Sports Hub: Rob Neyer, Jeremy Rutherford, Ezra Edelman, & Dan Reardon

Unlike the USA national soccer team, The Sports Hub finishes what they start. Kerbs and Claibs cover Cardinals baseball, Blues hockey, a documentary on Curt Flood, and the growing popularity of Rory McIlroy.


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