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Expressing the passion felt for the Cardinals using all 26 letters of the alphabet accompanied by rhymes, colorful illustrations, and informative text, this tribute to the St. Louis baseball team explores the sports obsession in a fresh and humorous way. Readers will enjoy fun facts and amusing illustrations of some of the most famous—and infamous—characters in St. Louis history, including Grover Cleveland Alexander, Lou Brock, Dizzy Dean, Bob Gibson, Rogers Hornsby, Stan Musial, Ozzie Smith, and Cy Young.
Published: Triumph Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781623685294
List price: $11.99
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