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Pride St. Louis

Dizzy Dean was best known for leading the 1934 "Gashouse Gang" team. He had a 30–7 record with a 2.66 ERA during the regular season.
The Pride Of St. Louis     The Pride Of St. Louis tells the story of Dizzy Dean from the small town pitcher in the Ozarks, through his Major League career and ending with his days as a baseball broadcaster.

Dizzy, whose real name was Jay, and his brother Paul (called Daffy) combined for 49 wins for the 1934 Cardinals. With Dizzy winning 30 of those he was awarded with the National League's Most Valuable Player Award.

Dizzy Dean was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953.



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Pride Of St. Louis - Cast

Dan Dailey... Jerome Herman "Dizzy" Dean
Joanne Dru... Patricia Nash Dean
Richard Hylton... Johnny Kendall
Richard Crenna... Paul "Daffy" Dean
Hugh Sanders... Jim Horst
James Brown... Moose
Leo T. Cleary... Ed Monroe
Kenny Williams... Castleman
John McKee... Delaney
Stuart Randall... Frankie Frisch
William Frambes... Herbie
Harmon Jones .... Film Director


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Pride Of St. Louis Related Sites

The Official Site of Dizzy Dean
DizzyDean.com, includes news, biography, fast facts, stats, achievements, photos, quotes, and downloads.

Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc.
Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc. has been organized as a youth baseball program for all youth regardless of sex, religion, race or color, five (5) through nineteen (19) years of age. The game is played on a baseball field suitable to the physical development of growing youngsters.

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