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As one of the most successful franchises in baseball history, the St. Louis Cardinals are second in World Series Championships only to power-house New York Yankees, who boasts the most titles. With one of the earliest histories and establishments in Major League Baseball, the Cardinals have clinched 11 World Series titles, 13 division titles and 19 National League pennants over the years. Following the end of the 1891 baseball season, the establishment of the American Association came to a close. It was that year that the team - then known as the St. Louis Browns - rejoined the National League with 11 other teams. Loyal fans eagerly lined up for cheap tickets thereafter. After being known as the Browns, the team was briefly called the Perfectos before the official Cardinals naming in 1900.

The team's original home field at Sportsman's Park only lasted for 10 years. Next came the New Sportsman's Park, better known as Robison Park, in honor of deceased owner Frank Robison. In 1920, the Cardinals left to return to their original home field where they stayed for the next 46 years. During that time, the team was bought by the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, who also purchased the Sportsman's Park and renamed it Busch Stadium and then later, Busch I. A third stadium, Busch Memorial Stadium and also known Busch II, was built in 1966 and this is where the Cardinals played until 2005. The team's current home field in downtown St. Louis is Busch Stadium, also known as Busch III. The popularity of the stadium makes cheap Cardinals tickets hard to find!

Although recent seasons would have Cardinals fans hoping that the Boston Red Sox and the San Francisco Giants were beat, rival history dates back much farther than these recent matchups. Perhaps the team's biggest rival is with the Chicago Cubs, which has been known as the Cardinals-Cubs rivalry and even the Downstate Illinois rivalry since both cities are located relatively close to each other. Until 2015, the two teams had never played each other in the postseason. The Cincinnati Reds and the Los Angeles Dodgers are two other rivals.

An exceptional number of players and managers have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame throughout the Cardinals' history. With some of the greatest players in the entire MLB, some of the best men to put on a Cardinals jersey include pitcher Bob Gibson, Stan Musial, Rogers Hornsby, Ozzie Smith, Ken Boyer, Curt Flood and catcher Ted Simmons.

The Cardinals have won the World Series 11 times (1926), (1931), (1934), (1942), (1944), (1946), (1964), (1967), (1982), (2006) and (2011). They have won the division title 13 times (1982), (1985), (1987), (1996), (2000), (2002), (2002), (2004), (2005), (2006), (2009), (2013), (2014) and (2015). The Cardinals 2015 season was frequently credited to their productive young talent. Big numbers came from Kolten Wong, Stephen Piscotty, Jason Heyward and Randal Grichuk - all while they were under the age of 25. Key veterans include Lance Lynn, Matt Holliday, Jhonny Peralta, Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright.

Ending their inaugural season at the newest Busch Stadium, the Cardinals won the 2006 World Series at home. This was the first time any team had achieved this feat since the New York Yankees in 1923. The St. Louis team continues to excite fans around the country each season, so be sure to grab your Cardinals tickets while you can!

Did you know these facts about the St. Louis Cardinals?

  • Busch Stadium's first game was played on April 10, 2006.
  • The Cardinals were founded as an American Association Team called the St. Louis Brown Stockings in 1882.
  • From 1902 to 1953 the Cardinals were actually one of two MLB teams that played out of St. Louis. The other team was the St. Louis Browns, they moved to Baltimore in 1954.
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