St. Louis Cardinals

Watch St. Louis Cardinals

  • 1968
  • 1 Season

The St Louis Cardinals are a fun team to watch and Fox Midwest offers coverage of all games that are not on the networks. The camera angles and slow motion along with the knowledgeable announcers make watching the games on TV enjoyable, as do announcers Dan McLaughlin and Rick Horton. They tell you what is happening and give background and personal information about the players. You get to know them as people and players and this makes them more enjoyable to watch. The announcers also inform you about players and the other teams and the ball parks. For example it was interesting when the Cards played the Jays; they explained about the artificial turf and how it affects fielding the ball. The pre and post game interviews by Jim Hayes are always fun and well done.

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2006 World Series, Game 5: Tigers at Cardinals
6. 2006 World Series, Game 5: Tigers at Cardinals
October 27, 2006
Detroit Tigers 2 at St. Louis Cardinals 4, F -- Jeff Weaver was astounding, allowing one earned run and fanning nine in eight innings, while Series MVP David Eckstein had two RBIs and scored a run to lead the Cardinals to their first World Series win since 1982. Yadier Molina had three hits and scored twice for the Cards, who were crowned at home in the first season at new Busch Stadium.
2004 NLCS, Game 7: Astros at Cardinals
5. 2004 NLCS, Game 7: Astros at Cardinals
October 21, 2004
Houston Astros 2 at St. Louis Cardinals 5, F -- Scott Rolen blasted a two-run homer in the sixth inning to provide the go-ahead runs and Jeff Suppan threw six strong innings to lead St. Louis into its first World Series since 1987.
9/8/98: Mark McGwire Hits No. 62
4. 9/8/98: Mark McGwire Hits No. 62
September 8, 1998
Chicago Cubs 3 at St. Louis Cardinals 6, F -- The single-season home run mark of Roger Maris had stood for 37 years, three seasons longer than Babe Ruth had held it. In the summer of 1998 Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa launched an all-out assault on baseball's most sacred single-season record. Fittingly, Sosa was in right field and Maris' kids were in the stands when McGwire blasted No. 62 over the left field wall to make history.
1996 NLDS, Game 3: Cardinals at Padres
3. 1996 NLDS, Game 3: Cardinals at Padres
October 5, 1996
St. Louis Cardinals 7 at Padres 5, F -- MVP Ken Caminiti does his best to keep San Diego alive, blasting two homers and making a run-saving play in the field. But sophomore Brian Jordan steals the show with some sparkling defense of his own, followed by a game-winning blast off Padres closer Trevor Hoffman. Dennis Eckersley slams the door for his third save of the series as the Cardinals finish the sweep of the Padres.
1982 World Series, Game 7: Brewers at Cardinals
2. 1982 World Series, Game 7: Brewers at Cardinals
October 20, 1982
Milwaukee Brewers 3 at St. Louis Cardinals 6, F -- Clutch hits by Keith Hernandez and George Hendrick backed the gutsy pitching of Joaquin Andujar. When Bruce Sutter recorded the last out to close the door on the Milwaukee "Harvey's wallbangers" Brewers, St. Louis had won its first World Series title since the Bob Gibson-led 1967 squad.
1968 World Series, Game 1: Tigers at Cardinals
1. 1968 World Series, Game 1: Tigers at Cardinals
October 2, 1968
Detroit Tigers 0 at St. Louis Cardinals 4, F -- 1968 was frequently called "The Year of the Pitcher," and few were more dominant than Cards' ace Bob Gibson. The menacing Gibby was in peak form, as the NL MVP and Cy Young winner matched up against Tigers' 31-game winner Denny McLain. Gibson was at his best against the Tigers' best hitters, striking out Al Kaline and Norm Cash three times each, and fanning 17 to set a World Series record, steam-rolling to a five-hit shutout.
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The St Louis Cardinals are a fun team to watch and Fox Midwest offers coverage of all games that are not on the networks. The camera angles and slow motion along with the knowledgeable announcers make watching the games on TV enjoyable, as do announcers Dan McLaughlin and Rick Horton. They tell you what is happening and give background and personal information about the players. You get to know them as people and players and this makes them more enjoyable to watch. The announcers also inform you about players and the other teams and the ball parks. For example it was interesting when the Cards played the Jays; they explained about the artificial turf and how it affects fielding the ball. The pre and post game interviews by Jim Hayes are always fun and well done.

  • Premiere Date
    October 2, 1968