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Routs In Decisive St. Louis Cardinals’ Post-Season Games

March 28, 2020

After last season’s rout win (13-1), by the St. Louis Cardinals, in the decisive fifth game of their division series vs the Atlanta Braves, the Cards’ franchise has now been involved in “rout/double digit margin” decisive games at all three levels of post-season series.

In the most famous and most important, the Cardinals routed the Detroit Tigers (11-0) in game 7 of the 1934 World Series. Greats, Dizzy Dean and Joe Medwick, respectively hurled the shutout and were “ejected” from the game for his own protection.

The Braves lone win in 5 post-season entities vs the Cardinals, was achieved in a (15-0) win in game 7 of the 1996 NLCS.


Dizzy Dean Time.jpg

Jay Hanna aka Jerome Herman, “Dizzy” Dean in 1935.

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