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History of the St. Louis Browns

The St. Louis Browns were a Major League Baseball team in St. Louis, Missouri from 1902 to 1953. The team was a member of the American League. Following the 1953 season, they relocated to Baltimore, Maryland and became the Baltimore Orioles. The Browns never won a World Series and they only won the American League once.

                                     

ⓘ St. Louis Browns

  • The St Louis Browns were a Major League Baseball team in St Louis Missouri from 1902 to 1953. The team was a member of the American League. Following
  • The St Louis Cardinals also called the Cards or the Redbirds are a Major League Baseball team based in St Louis Missouri. They are part of the
  • Chicago White Sox 1944 1946 Cleveland Indians 1946 and the St Louis Browns 1948 Jordan died at his home in Roswell, New Mexico on August 26
  • an American professional baseball player. Sievers was signed by the St Louis Browns as a free agent in 1947. Sievers debuted in the major leagues on April
  • East division. They began play in the early 1900s as the St Louis Browns a rival to the St Louis Cardinals. They moved to Baltimore in 1954 and became
  • For the hockey team, see St Louis Blues. The St Louis blues is a type of blues music. It is played on the piano and is closely related to the jump blues
  • Major League Baseball MLB for the Philadelphia Phillies 1908 and St Louis Browns 1914 1915 Hoch was born in Woodside, Delaware. He died on October
  • baseman, scout and coach in Major League Baseball. He played for the St Louis Browns the Chicago White Sox, the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers between
  • with the St Louis Browns in 1952, Detroit Tigers between 1955 to 1957, Cleveland Indians in 1958, Washington Senators in 1959, and St Louis Cardinals
  • This is a list of famous residents of St Louis or St Louis County, Missouri. The dates in parentheses signify lifespan, not necessarily dates of actual
  • Louis born Joseph Louis Barrow, May 13, 1914 - April 12, 1981 was an American boxer. He was the world heavyweight champion from 1937 to 1949. Louis
  • Trucks played for the Detroit Tigers 1941 1943, 1945 1952, 1956 St Louis Browns 1953 Chicago White Sox 1953 1955 Kansas City Athletics 1958