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2004 St. Louis Cardinals

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2004 St. Louis Cardinals / Franchise: St. Louis Cardinals / BR Team Page[edit]

Record: 105-57, Finished 1st in NL Central Division (2004 NL)

Won NL Pennant

Managed by Tony LaRussa

Coaches: Dave Duncan, Marty Mason, Dave McKay, Jose Oquendo, Mitchell Page and Joe Pettini

Ballpark: Busch Stadium

History, Comments, Contributions[edit]

General Manager: Walt Jocketty

Assistant General Manager: John Mozeliak

Farm Director: Bruce Manno

Baseball Analyst: Mark E. Johnson

Awards and Honors[edit]


NLDS vs. Los Angeles Dodgers[edit]

Main article: 2004 NLDS1

NLCS vs. Houston Astros[edit]

Main article: 2004 NLCS
Game Score Date Pitchers
1 Houston Astros 7 at St. Louis Cardinals 10 October 13 Brandon Backe (ND) at Woody Williams (1-0)
2 Houston Astros 4 at St. Louis Cardinals 6 October 14 Peter Munro (ND) at Matt Morris (ND)
3 St. Louis Cardinals 2 at Houston Astros 5 October 16 Jeff Suppan (0-1) at Roger Clemens (1-0)
4 St. Louis Cardinals 5 at Houston Astros 6 October 17 Jason Marquis (ND) at Roy Oswalt (ND)
5 St. Louis Cardinals 0 at Houston Astros 3 October 18 Woody Williams (ND) at Brandon Backe (ND)
6 Houston Astros 4 at St. Louis Cardinals 6 October 20 Peter Munro (ND) at Matt Morris (ND)
7 Houston Astros 2 at St. Louis Cardinals 5 October 21 Roger Clemens (1-1) at Jeff Suppan (1-1)

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NL Division Series (3-1) Cardinals (NLC) over Dodgers (NLW)

NL Division Series (3-1) Astros (WC) over Braves (NLE)

NL Championship Series (4-3) Cardinals over Astros

World Series (4-0) Red Sox over Cardinals

AL Championship Series (4-3) Red Sox over Yankees

AL Division Series (3-1) Yankees (ALE) over Twins (ALC)

AL Division Series (3-0) Red Sox (WC) over Angels (ALW)