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    (1876- )
    Root for the St. Louis Cardinals
    Attended games at Sportsman's Park
    Attend games at Busch Stadium (May 12, 1966-2005)
    Capacity: 50,345
    Cheered their team to World Championships in 1926, '31, '34 '42, '44, '46 '64, '67, '82 and 2006
    They attend games in a cookie-cutter stadium of the 1970's.
    Their team was owned by a beer company until March 1996.
    Their mascot is a red bird.
    They prefer to overlook the Mark McGwire steroid controversy.
    Their team has won more World Series than any other National League team.
    They get to enjoy local delicacies, such as toasted ravioli at their games.
    On entering the stadium, they pay tribute to the Plaza of Champions featuring Bob Gibson, Lou Bock, Enos Slaughter, Red Schoendienst and Jack Buck.
    They will have a new ball park for the 2006 season.
    They cheered as Mark McGwire become the first to hit 62 and then 70 home runs in a season.

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