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29, July 2017

6 More Memorable STL Sports Moments

St. Louis is a sports town, no doubt. Local teams and hometown heroes have provided countless action-packed, exhilarating, frustrating, and heartrending moments for fans near and far over the years, but some of those moments stand out even more than others. Here's just a handful of 'em, in no particular order. (Check out our first list here.) Read more »

20, June 2017

7 Memorable STL Sports Moments

St. Louis is a sports town, no doubt. Local teams and hometown heroes have provided countless action-packed, exhilarating, frustrating, and heartrending moments for fans near and far over the years, but some of those moments stand out even more than others. Here's just a handful of 'em, in no particular order. Read more »

31, May 2017

Now Play Ball . . . On the Radio?

What could have captured the attention of this many St. Louisans in the early years of the Great Depression? Cardinals baseball, of course! In this photo taken for the Sievers Studio by Harold Sneckner, fans gathered outside of the Hunleth Music Company to listen to game 4 of the 1931 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Philadelphia Athletics. Look closely and you’ll see the radio perched on the fire escape. Something we take for granted now—listening to baseball games on the radio—was considered fairly cutting edge in the early 1930s. It was also somewhat controversial. Read more »

11, April 2016

Looking Back: Busch Memorial Stadium

We're excited about the start of baseball season here at MHM! To celebrate, we dove into the archives for this special collection of photographs of the original Busch Memorial Stadium (1966–2005). Renowned architectural photographer Henry T. "Mac" Mizuki snapped these shots in 1967, less than a year after the orignal Busch Stadium opened to the public, and captured images of spaces most Cardinals fans would never get the chance to see. Click through the gallery below to check them out! Read more »