In 1944, the Cardinals won the National League Pennant, meeting the Browns in the Streetcar Series based entirely in Sportsman's Park in St. Louis. Stan Musial helped lead the Cardinals to their second World Series title of the decade, batting .304 while hitting one of three Cardinal home runs. Musial would go on to win three MVP Awards through the 1940's.
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Stan Musial′s unconventional batting stance didn′t stop him from putting up record-breaking stats during his reign with the St. Louis Cardinals. In 1944, #6 led the “Cards ” to a World Series championship, where he posted a .304 batting average and a homerun that contributed to their series victory. Musial′s home jersey from the ′44 season also features the iconic stars and stripes patch that teams wore on their left sleeve during the era to honor the U.S. military.