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Cardinal Nation Mourns the Death of Bob Gibson

(St. Louis) He was one of the best pitchers in baseball history.

The nine-time All-Star and two-time World Series champion earned 251 wins and was named the World Series MVP in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 1964 and 1967 championship seasons.

Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina knows this is a huge loss for Cardinal Nation.

Here’s Manager Mike Shildt.

Redbirds young starting pitcher Jack Flaherty cherished the time he got to spend with Gibson.

Appearing on “SportsCenter,” ESPN Baseball historian Tim Kurkjian shared a nice story about the respect given to Bob Gibson.

Cardinal Hall of Famer Bob Gibson died Friday at the age of 84 after a long bout with pancreatic cancer.

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