Hall of Fame baseball manager who won three pennants and the World Series with all the Cardinals during his decade. He spent a solid eight seasons as a player, scoring 213 runs with a .254 average. He’d a winning system called ‘Whiteyball,’ which focused on base-running speed in the place of home run power. His younger brother helped him make his first lineup. His system was taught by him to each of the Cardinal legends, including Ozzie Smith.