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  St. Louis Cardinals Win 1928 National League Penna
Brief Description:  The St. Louis Cardinals won the National League pennant, but lost the World Series to the New York Yankees in 1928. The Cardinals won the pennant behind Jim Bottomley┬┤s 93 extra base hits and a pitching staff that completed 83 games. They were swept by the Yankees in the Series. Babe Ruth batted .625 for the Series and hit three home runs in one game. Lou Gehrig batted .545 with nine RBI. Four of Gehrig┬┤s six hits were home runs.
Year:  1928
Decade:  1920 - 1929

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