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World Series Champions!!!!



Season Record:  101-60            Standing:  1st

Attendance: 2,090,145            Manager:   Red Schoendienst

 Opening day Lineup: (St.Louis: 6, Giants: 0, Home, April 11th) (Summary)

LF - Lou Brock

CF - Curt Flood

RF - Roger Maris

1B - Orlando Cepeda

3B - Mike Shannon

C - Tim McCarver

2B - Julian Javier

SS - Dal Maxvill

P - Bob Gibson

 All Stars: (All-Star game summary)                                                

Lou Brock

Bob Gibson
Tim McCarver

 Gold Glove Winners:                                      

Bob Gibson

Curt Flood


Award voting:                                               League Leaders:

Orlando Cepeda - 1st Lou Brock - At bats (689)
Tim McCarver - 2nd Lou Brock - Plate Appearances (724)

Lou Brock - 7th

Lou Brock - Runs Scored (113)
Julian Javier - 9th Lou Brock - Stolen Bases (52)
Curt Flood - 13th  
Nelson Briles - 15th  
Dick Hughes - 17th  
Bob Gibson - 22nd  


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MLB Videos:

- Lou is out at the plate in the 1967 WS

- Recalling the World Series



Cardinals draft Ted Simmons in the first round.  Ted went on to make six All-Star game appearances for the Cardinals in 13 seasons.

Lou Brock becomes the first major leagure to have a season of 20 or more HRs and 50 or more stolen bases.

Stan Musial served as General Manager this year.  (named: 1/23/1967)

The Cards had an unbelievable 52-28 record on the road, outscoring their opponents 369-256.

Roberto Clemente hits a line drive off of Bob Gibson's leg breaking it on July 15th.

In the WS, Lou Brock scored 8 times and Roger Maris had 7 RBIs.

Curt Flood had a record-breaking errorless streak that lasted from Sept. 3, 1965 to June 4th of this year.

Police take to the field to break up a fight between the Cards and the Reds on July 3rd.

The Cardinals top the 2 million attendance mark for the first time and led the majors in attendance.


Orlando Cepeda is the NL MVP!!!

Bob Gibson is the WS MVP!!!



1967 Globe Democrat Sunday Magazine - Orlando Cepeda & Roger Maris

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1967 Team Info.(from    1967 League Stats (from 


(Tell me your highlights from 1967!)


World Series: Cardinals over Red Sox (4-3)


Sources include:

   -  St. Louis Cardinls 2017 Yearbook


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