William "Billy the Kid" Southworth - World Series
Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee on Dec. 3, 2007
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St. Louis Cardinals World Series

1926 World Series - Baseball Almanac
1926 World Series - BaseballReference.com
1926 World Series - Sporting News

1942 World Series - Baseball Almanac
1942 World Series - BaseballReference.com
1942 World Series - The Sporting News

1943 World Series - Baseball Almanac
1943 World Series - BaseballReference.com
1943 World Series - The Sporting News

1944 World Series - Baseball Almanac
1944 World Series - BaseballReference.com
1944 World Series - The Sporting News

St. Louis Cardinals All-Time Teams

St. Louis Cardinals #1 All-Time Team: 1942
St. Louis Cardinals #2 All-Time Team: 1944 
St. Louis Cardinals #9 All-Time Team: 1943 

Boston Braves World Series - 1948

Billy Southworth was the skipper of the
Boston Braves from 1946 to 1951. He
then scouted for the Braves from 1952
to 1956.

1948 World Series - Baseball Almanac
1948 World Series - BaseballReference.com
1948 World Series - The Sporting News

Recommended Links

Baseball in Wartime
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
St. Louis Browns Historical Society & Fan Club
WorldSeries.com  in association with MLB.com
World Series History - Championships by Club

Sportsman Park

For 33 years, 1920–1953, Sportsman's Park was the home field of both the St. Louis Browns of the American League and the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League, after which the Browns departed to become the modern-day Baltimore Orioles.

Billy Southworth was a star of the first World Championship team that called this park home in 1926 and he would return after the Gas House Gang ran out of gas at the end of the 30's, to lead St. Louis to three National League Pennants and two World Championships, (1942, 1944)

The physical street address was 2911 North Grand Boulevard. St. Louis is by far the smallest market ever to support two major-league teams in the same sport at the same time.