(l to r:) St. Louis Cardinals unknown, Terry Moore, unknown, Joe Medwick, Pepper Martin, Johnny Mize, and Bill McGee in front of the screen at Braves Field.

(l to r:) St. Louis Cardinals unknown, Terry Moore, unknown, Joe Medwick, Pepper Martin, Johnny Mize, and Bill McGee in front of the screen at Braves Field.

Frankie Frisch The unquestioned leader of the Cardinals' famed "Gas House Gang," Frankie Frisch was hardly welcomed with open arms by St. Louis fans when he first joined the Cardinals prior to the start of the 1927 campaign.  Even though Frisch played exceptionally well for the New York Giants the previous few years, Cardinals fans objected when their team acquired him for fellow future Hall of Fame second baseman Rogers Hornsby during the off-season.

Frankie Frisch The unquestioned leader of the Cardinals' famed "Gas House Gang," Frankie Frisch was hardly welcomed with open arms by St. Louis fans when he first joined the Cardinals prior to the start of the 1927 campaign. Even though Frisch played exceptionally well for the New York Giants the previous few years, Cardinals fans objected when their team acquired him for fellow future Hall of Fame second baseman Rogers Hornsby during the off-season.

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