Cubs-Cardinals Tickets are one of baseball's most coveted as these two NL Central foes meet on the
diamond.  Regardless of the team's records, the Cubs-Cardinals I-55 Series is always a must see event for
fans of both clubs.
Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals Rivalry
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Franchise comparisons and rivalry notes
World Series
1907, 1908
1926, 1931, 1934
1942, 1944, 1946,
1964, 1967, 1982,
2006, 2011
National League
MVP Awards
Cy Young Awards
Hall of Famers

Wrigley Field
First MLB Game:
April 23, 1914
Capacity: 41,160
Busch Stadium
First MLB Game:
April 10, 2006
Capacity: 46,700
Cubs-Cardinals Rivalry
A Defining Moment
The Cardinals "Steal" Lou Brock

Besides the proximity of the two cities,
Cubs and Cardinals fans have focused on
a key 1963 trade that shaped the face of
both organizations.  That's when the Cubs
traded outfielder Lou Brock to the Cardinals
for Ernie Brogilio.
Brock left the majors as baseball's all-time
steals leader and his successful play
helped the Cardinals enjoy World Series
fame and success.  The Cubs have
struggled to gain the championship form
their fans covet.
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Chicago vs. St. Louis Series Record
Through the 2012 season, the Cubs lead the
overall series by a 1100 to 1,058 margin in regular
season head-to-head games
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With a 2011 World Series
Championship, St. Louis
created more distance from
the Cubs franchise in terms
of championship bragging
rights.  However, the Cards
lost their franchise player
and manager while the
Cubbies gained the
services of proven winner
Theo Epstein to run
baseball operations
St. Louis Cardinals
World Series
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2011 World Series Champions
Chris Carpenter
David Freese
Matt Holliday
Albert Pujols
Roger Hornsby
Starred as a Cardinal and a Cub
Inducted into Hall of Fame in 1942
Although Hornsby played most of his big league career with the
St. Louis Cardinals (1915-26 and 1933), the slugger also had
tremendous success in his four seasons as a Cub (1929-33)  
The 2B/Manager won his first NL MVP as a Cardinal in 1925
and repeated the feat in Chicago in 1929.  Hornsby, who is a
member of MLB's All-Century Team, won a World Series in St.
Louis in 1926.