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Cardinals Hall of Fame Online Voting

Cardinals Hall of Fame Vote - Presented by Edward Jones

The Cardinals and Edward Jones have teamed up to honor the greatest players in the club's history. The Cardinals Hall of Fame will recognize these figures for their achievements and impact on the organization.

Each member will be permanently enshrined in the Cardinals Hall of Fame gallery at Ballpark Village next to Busch Stadium. The 2015 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction will take place on Saturday, August 15.

  • Steve Carlton

    STL Career:
    77-62, 3.10 ERA, 1.28 WHIP

    Three-time All-Star in seven seasons with Cards; 66 complete games; 20-game winner in '71; 2nd in NL with 2.17 ERA in '69.

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  • Bob Forsch

    STL Career:
    163-127, 3.67 ERA, 1079 K's

    Played 15 seasons with St. Louis; ranks third in franchise history with 163 wins; only player in team history with two no-hitters.

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  • Keith Hernandez

    STL Career:
    .299 AVG, 265 2B, 662 R

    NL co-MVP in 1979 with a .344 average; member of 1982 World Series champions; five-time Gold Glove winner; two-time All-Star.

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  • Mark McGwire

    STL Career:
    220 HR, 473 RBIs, 1.111 OPS

    Broke Roger Maris' single-season home run record with 70 in 1998; led NL in homers in '98 and '99, with 147 RBIs in each year.

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  • Matt Morris

    STL Career:
    101-62, 3.61 ERA, 986 K's

    Pitched for Cardinals from 1997-2005, participating in postseason five times; led NL with 22 wins in 2001; two-time All-Star.

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  • Edgar Renteria

    STL Career:
    .290 AVG, 71 HR, 148 SB

    Three-time All-Star in six years with Cards; two-time Gold Glove shortstop; helped club to NL pennant in 2004; three-time Silver Slugger.

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  • Ted Simmons

    STL Career:
    .298 AVG, 172 HR, 929 RBIs

    Six-time All-Star over 13 seasons in St. Louis; set NL record with 188 hits as a catcher in 1975; led the Cardinals in RBIs each year from 1972-78.

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  • Joe Torre

    STL Career:
    .308 AVG, 558 RBIs, 161 2B

    Played catcher, first and third from 1969-74; earned NL MVP honors in 1971 after leading the NL with a .363 batting average, 230 hits and 137 RBIs.

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Voting ends 4/20/15 at 11:59 p.m. (CST). Voting open to legal residents of the United States including its commonwealths, territories and possessions who are thirteen (13) years of age or older at the time of voting. Limit one (1) voting ballot submission (for up to two (2) players) per person/email address per day.