Cardinals Season is Here!

No doubt about it, we are a baseball town! Recently named the number two baseball city in the United States, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone in St. Louis who doesn’t get impatient for baseball season to begin each year. In anticipation for Opening Day this Sunday, we’ve compiled a few amazing titles for fans to dig into. Slide into your home branch to find these and other great Cardinals books!

Cardinal Nation

The Cardinal Nation books are great for folks who are new to the Cardinals fandom. They give a comprehensive look at the rich history of everything behind the Cardinals. From sportscasters to stadiums to players, everything you need to know to blend in with long term local fans is right here.

Cardinals Glory

This book features quotations from throughout Cardinals history about various aspects of the culture and game. Many accounts are from various team members and full of insight one might not get from other Cardinals books.

100 Things Cardinals Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

Are you ready to create that bucket list of things you must do as a Cards fan? Are you about to go to a trivia night and need to brush up on must know Cardinals knowledge? Then this is going to be a great resource for you to check out!

St. Louis Cardinals Past & Present

Are you too excited to read much? We’ve got you covered. St. Louis Cardinals Past and Present has many amazing pictures from throughout the history of the team peppered with many excellent morsels of information.

St. Louis Cardinals Uniforms & Logos

Design buffs will enjoy this one. Explore the history of Cardinals uniform design all the way back from the very beginning! The author, Gary Kodner, will be visiting the Schlafly branch this Monday, April 3 from 7 til 8:30 PM. Don’t miss it!

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