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Keyfacts of History

The Atlanta Braves and the St. Louis Cardinals are two of the oldest and most successful franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Braves were founded in 1871, while the Cardinals were established in 1882. The two teams have a long history of facing each other, with their first MLB matchup dating back to 1892. Since then, they have played over 2,200 games against each other, making it one of the most storied rivalries in MLB history. Looking forward to their upcoming game, let’s take a closer look at their recent form and head-to-head statistics in this Braves vs Cardinals Betting Odds.

The Braves have won three World Series championships in their history, with their most recent title coming in 1995. They have also won 19 National League pennants, including three consecutive titles from 1991 to 1993. The Cardinals, on the other hand, have won 11 World Series championships, second only to the New York Yankees. They have also won 19 National League pennants, the most recent one being in 2013.

The two teams have faced each other in the postseason on several occasions, with their most recent matchup coming in the 2019 National League Division Series. The Cardinals won that series three games to two, but the Braves will be looking to avenge that loss in their next meeting.

Players Who Left Their Mark

Over the years, the Braves and the Cardinals have fielded some of the most iconic players in MLB history. The Braves have had legendary pitchers such as Warren Spahn, Tom Glavine, and John Smoltz, who all helped lead the team to their World Series championship in 1995. They have also had standout position players like Hank Aaron, Chipper Jones, and Andruw Jones, all of whom have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Cardinals have had their fair share of notable players as well, including pitchers like Bob Gibson, Dizzy Dean, and Adam Wainwright. They have also had standout position players like Stan Musial, Rogers Hornsby, and Albert Pujols, who won three National League MVP awards during his time with the team. Don’t forget to check out our Braves vs Cardinals Betting Odds for more information on the current players and betting odds for their upcoming game.

Curious Facts

  • The Braves and the Cardinals have played each other more times than any other two National League teams.
  • The Braves were originally founded in Boston and were known as the Boston Red Stockings before changing their name to the Boston Braves.
  • The Cardinals were originally known as the St. Louis Browns and only changed their name to the Cardinals in 1900.
  • The Braves and the Cardinals have both had mascots named after birds. The Braves have had Chief Noc-A-Homa, a Native American, and the Cardinals have had Fredbird, a cardinal.
  • The Braves and the Cardinals both have retired the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in baseball.
  • The Braves and the Cardinals have both had players win the National League MVP award in back-to-back seasons. Dale Murphy won the award for the Braves in 1982 and 1983, while Albert Pujols won the award for the Cardinals in 2008 and 2009.
  • The Braves and the Cardinals have both had players hit three home runs in a single game. Davey Johnson did it for the Braves in 1973, while Albert Pujols did it for the Cardinals in 2006.

As you prepare for the game, keep these key facts and curious facts in mind, and be sure to check out our Braves vs Cardinals Betting Odds for insights on the latest odds and betting trends.

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