National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Mr. Cub Ernie Banks Dies at 83Baseball Hall of Famer's famous phrase was, "Let's play two."
Cards Alum Smoltz Gets Call to the HallClass of 2015 to also include names like Biggio, P. Martinez, and R. Johnson
Former Cardinal Dick Allen Falls 1 Vote Short Of HallOther ex-Redbirds Jim Kaat & Ken Boyer got votes from Golden Era Committee, but not enough
Cards Announce Team Hall of FameTeam officials hope it'll be open at Ballpark Village on Opening Day 2014.
CBS Sports: Quiet Cooperstown on Hall of Fame Weekend 'kind of sad'
McCarver Says This Season Is His LastHall of Fame broadcaster and former Cards catcher says he's retiring from booth.
Former Players Urge Miller Be Put in Hall of Fame
Baseball Hall of Famer Earl Weaver DiesSt. Louis native attended Beaumont High School, and as the longtime skipper of the Baltimore Orioles was known as one of the game's most outspoken.
Shannon, Staats Up For Ford C. Frick Award Baseball broadcasters with St. Louis area ties could be on their way to Cooperstown in 2013.
Cards Witness Larkin Jersey RetirementCeremony for Hall of Fame shortstop took place before Saturday's game
Larkin, Santo Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame
HOF to Celebrate Three Generations of Cardinals ManagersThe National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will enhance Hall of Fame Weekend with a salute to nearly a half century of St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series championships.
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