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2007-07-01 05:56:55
2007-07-01 05:56:55

I have been able to find some information concerning St. Louis Cardinal farm teams but no roster info. There was a farm team for the Cardinals in Springfield, Missouri called the Midgets (or Red Wings) who became a Class C affliate in the Western Association in the 30s. The Cardinals also had a farm team in Columbus, Ohio called the Red Birds in the 30s. Dizzy Dean pitched for a Cardinal farm team in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1930. There was a farm team in Union City, Tennessee called the Greyhounds that played in the Kitty League during the 30s. There are some links on this page that will direct you to some websites where you might find more information. I hope this has helped a little! Click on the 'St. Louis Cardinals Farm Teams' link on this page to access a listing of Cardinal farm teams throughout the years.


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