St. Louis-born Joseph Henry Garagiola (1926-) began his major league baseball career with the Cardinals in their championship year of 1946. After five seasons with the Cards, he played for the Pirates, Cubs, and Giants. He began broadcasting Cardinal games for KMOX radio in 1955 before moving to the Yankees. Garagiola also called games for NBC TV for twenty-seven years and also hosted the Today Show.

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Baseball Almanac: Joe Garagiola Statistics
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Encyclopedia of Baseball Catchers: Joe Garagiola
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Joe Garagiola Statistics
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