St. Louis » Major League Baseball
|Winning Percentage||Made Playoffs||Playoff Series Wins||Championships|
1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, 2011
The St. Louis Cardinals have played a total of 132 seasons. Their first season was in 1892, and their most recent season was in 2023.
Between 1892 and 1898, the team was known as the St. Louis Browns.
In 1899, the team changed their name to the St. Louis Perfectos.
In 1900, the team changed their name to the St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals currently play in the Central Division of the National League, aka the NL Central.
The two best starts to a Cardinals season was the 1962 St. Louis Cardinals and the 1899 St. Louis Perfectos, who both started the season at 7-0. The third best start to a season was the 1967 St. Louis Cardinals, who started the season with 6 wins.
The worst start to a Cardinals season was the 1997 St. Louis Cardinals, who started the season at 0-6. The second worst starts to a Cardinals season was the 1902 St. Louis Cardinals, the 1919 St. Louis Cardinals, the 1960 St. Louis Cardinals and the 1973 St. Louis Cardinals, who all started the season with 5 losses.
The St. Louis Cardinals last made the playoffs in 2022, when they lost the NL Wild Card Series. They've been in the playoffs a total of 32 times in their 132 seasons.
The St. Louis Cardinals last missed the playoffs in 2023.
In 2019, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves in the NL Divisional Series.
The St. Louis Cardinals last won a postseason game on Sep 30, 2020, when they had a 7-4 win against the San Diego Padres in the NL Wild Card Series. Since then, the Cardinals have lost 5 straight postseason games.
In 2022, the St. Louis Cardinals lost to the Philadelphia Phillies in the NL Wild Card Series.
The St. Louis Cardinals have appeared in the World Series 19 times, in 1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987, 2004, 2006, 2011 and 2013.
The St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series 11 times, in 1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006 and 2011.
|2022||93-69||Lost NL Wild Card Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2021||90-72||Lost NL Wild Card (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2020||30-28||Lost NL Wild Card Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2019||91-71||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2015||100-62||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2014||90-72||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2013||97-65||Lost World Series (Won 2 Rounds)|
|2012||88-74||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 2 Rounds)|
|2011||90-72||Won World Series|
|2009||91-71||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2006||83-78||Won World Series|
|2005||100-62||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2004||105-57||Lost World Series (Won 2 Rounds)|
|2002||97-65||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2001||93-69||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2000||95-67||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|1996||88-74||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|1987||95-67||Lost World Series (Won 1 Round)|
|1985||101-61||Lost World Series (Won 1 Round)|
|1982||92-70||Won World Series|
|1968||97-65||Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1967||101-60||Won World Series|
|1964||93-69||Won World Series|
|1946||98-58||Won World Series|
|1944||105-49||Won World Series|
|1943||105-49||Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1942||106-48||Won World Series|
|1934||95-58||Won World Series|
|1931||101-53||Won World Series|
|1930||92-62||Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1928||95-59||Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1926||89-65||Won World Series|