The Greatest St Louis Cardinals Team of All-Time

Well the time has arrived! After a near month long tournament, we have reached the end and a winner has been crowned. It was a very close match-up, with the winner taking 56% of the overall vote. Who won? Find out after the jump.

The 1944 World Series Champions have been voted as your choice for the greatest Cardinals team of all-time! The 1944 St Louis Cardinals were led by future Hall of Famer Stan Musial, MVP shortstop Marty Marion, and former MVP pitcher Mort Cooper. With Cooper winning the award in ’42, Musial in ’43, and Marion in ’44, the team featured three consecutive MVP winners. They won 105 games, easily winning the National League pennant by 14.5 games. In the World Series, they defeated the cross-town rival St Louis Browns in five games. The Redbird Rants staff thanks everyone for voting and helping us crown a winner!

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  • Chris_Carelli

    Great Job Justin!

  • tifoso

    These were war years.  While the team may have been good, it played inferior competition.

  • johnwvideo

    That was a great team.. The only issue I have with it, was during WW2  and 1944 there where still many stars in the war  and not playing ball. One of the reason the Browns where able to put it together that season.. Other then that, I agree with your final vote..