July 20 in Cardinals History


  • In St. Louis, Brooklyn hurler Mal Eason no-hits the Cardinals, 2-0 in 1906. BOXSCORE
  • Hornsby, in 1922, sets a modern National League record with his 26th home run of the season. BOXSCORE
  • The Athletics traded Dennis Higgins to the Cardinals for Gaylen Pitts in 1971.
  • In 2004, At Wrigley Field, Albert Pujols goes 5-for-5, including three home runs and five RBIs, as the Cardinals beat their Central Division rivals Cubs, 11-8. The Redbird first baseman’s first three-homer career game helps St. Louis to erase a six-run deficit.  BOXSCORE
  • The St. Louis Cardinals released Anthony Ferrari in 2005. 

The Cardinals had Walk-Off Wins (WOW) in 1974, 1991, and 2008 on this date. 


Kevin Siegrist 1989  B-REF PAGE


  • Ernie Lush 1910 – he played one career game and went 0-for-4  BOXSCORE
  • Skeeter Webb 1932- He came in as a defensive replacement in the 8th inning.  BOXSCORE
  • Bill Lyons 1983- he flew out to right field as a pinch hitter   BOXSCORE
  • Brock Peterson 2013- he grounded out to shortstop as a pinch hitter for pitcher Lance Lynn  BOXSCORE


Tracking Musial’s Home Runs

In 1955, Stan hit career homer #313 facing Johnny Antonelli of the New York Giants with a 2-run homer in the 5th inning. BOXSCORE

He hit #342, a solo home run, in 1956 off of Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers in the bottom of the 4th inning.  BOXSCORE