Travel to one of the most unforgettable eras of Cardinals baseball. From 1980-89, the Cardinals had the best winning percentage in the National League, captured three pennants, won a World Series and had two others get away. They were a switch-hitting, base-stealing, leather-flashing team that reflected the swashbuckling character of their manager, Whitey Herzog. With Hall of Famers like Ozzie Smith and Bruce Sutter, unassuming heroes like Willie McGee, colorful personalities like Joaquin Andujar and Jack “The Ripper” Clark, the Cardinals of the 1980s cracked the 3 million attendance barrier and left an impression on our baseball souls.
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