In honor of the Cardinals 2012 Yearbook theme: "Red October Classics" - rank your favorite Cardinals World Series Moments from #1 to #5 then compare your rankings to other Cardinals fans!
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David Eckstein strokes a single and three doubles - two of them run-scoring blows - to help the Cards overcome a 3-0 deficit and move one win away from a Series title with a 5-4 victory.Watch Now
Rookie center fielder Willie McGee makes two leaping catches and hits two home runs to propel the Cardinals to a Game 3 victory at Milwaukee.
On two days' rest, Bob Gibson battles through all nine innings of a Game 7 victory, helping the Cardinals claim their first Series title in 18 years.Watch Now
A day after his complete-game win over the Yankees, Grover Alexander protects the Cardinals 3-2 lead in Game 7 with 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, entering to strike out Tony Lazzeri with the bases loaded and two outs in the seventh.
One strike away from elimination, David Freese delivers a game-tying two-run triple in the ninth, then forces Game 7 when he leads off the 11th inning with the first walkoff home run in franchise WS history.Watch Now
With just two hits all season and one homer in his career, Tom Lawless rams a tie-breaking three-run homer off Twins ace Frank Viola to carry the Cardinals to a series-squaring 7-2 victory.
Hours after learning of his father's death, Mort Cooper pitches one-run ball for eight innings en route to a complete-game win, the Cardinals' lone victory in a five-game loss to the Yankees.Watch Now
With the Yankees ahead 2 games to 1 and leading 3-0 in Game 4, Ken Boyer wallops the only grand slam ever hit by a Cardinal in the World Series, sealing a 4-3 victory.Watch Now
Squaring off against 31-game winner Denny McLain, Gibson strikes out 17 batters to set a World Series record while shutting out the Tigers.Watch Now
Joe Medwick punctuates the Gas House Gang's 11-0, Series-clinching rout with a hard slide into Tigers third baseman Marv Owen, inciting a torrent of abuse from garbage-throwing spectators at Detroit.Watch Now
Bruce Sutter's Series-ending strikeout of Gorman Thomas caps a Cardinals comeback that takes flight in the sixth, when Keith Hernandez erases the Brewers' 3-1 lead with a bases-loaded, game-tying single, and George Hendrick delivers a go-ahead RBI single.Watch Now
Enos Slaughter motors home from first base to score the winning run on Harry Walker's two-out double in a 4-3 Series-deciding win over Boston.Watch Now
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