» August 27, 1904: At Robison Field, the Giants score seven runs in three innings off Jack Taylor and Christy Mathewson eases to a 9–3 win over the Cards.
» June 17, 1905: At Robison Field, Christy Mathewson wilts in the heat, but Hooks Wiltse relieves to preserve the Giants, 7-2, win over St. Louis. Charlie McFarland takes the loss.
» May 4, 1910: President Taft takes in two games starting with the Reds and the Cardinals at Robison Field in St. Louis. The Cards score five in the 1st as Reds pitchers Fred Beebe, Walt Slagle (in his only ML appearance) and Harry Coveleski will eventually walk a record 16 in the 12–3 loss. The Cards walk seven to total a record 23. Taft doesn't stick around. He leaves for Sportsman's Park in hopes of seeing some good baseball and is rewarded by a 3–3, 14-inning battle between the Browns' Joe Lake and the Naps' Cy Young that ends in darkness. There will be a record 19 ties in the AL this year.
» July 28, 1913: At Robison Field, Christy Mathewson outpitches Bob Harmon for a 4–0 Giants win. Matty allows four hits and walks 2.
» May 14, 1916: The Cardinals rookie Rogers Hornsby hits his first home run, off Brooklyn's Jeff Pfeffer. It is a bounce home run (legal till 1931) that lands behind 3B and skips into the stands at Robison Field in St. Louis.
» August 13, 1916: On a muddy Robison Field in St. Louis, the Cards drill 23 hits in game one to defeat the Pirates in 11 innings, 9–8. The hit total is a ML-high for the 1916 season. Game two begins at six p.m. and when the Bucs score eight runs in the first two innings, Pittsburgh hurries to get the game in, while on the other side of the field, the Cards begin to dally. The Cards Dot Miller singles and then steals 2B and 3B on one pitch as pitcher Al Mamaux and C Bill Fischer ignore him. The Cards "steal" 11 bases, while the Bucs add three in just five innings before the umps and darkness mercifully end it. Pittsburgh wins, 9–5. The steal rule will eventually be amended to not credit a runner when the defense ignores him.