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White, Tudor among 3 elected into Cardinals Hall of Fame

4 days ago   |   By TheScore

The St. Louis Cardinals elected Bill White, John Tudor, and Tom Herr into the franchise's Hall of Fame, the team announced Friday. White, a first baseman, played for the Cardinals from 1959-65, representing the club at the All-Star Game eight times and winning six of his seven career Gold Gloves during that span. White was also a member of the 1964 World Series team, a season in which he finished third in National League MVP voting. "My honest feeling is I shouldn't be in," White told Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after learning of his induction. "There are guys who have done...
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White, Herr, Tudor to become newest members of Cardinals Hall of Fame

White, Herr, Tudor to become newest members of Cardinals Hall of Fame

4 days ago   |   By Fox Sports

First baseman Bill White, second baseman Tommy Herr and pitcher John Tudor form the 2020 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Class.
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