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Topic - Red Schoendienst
As he started his windup to deliver a 1-1 pitch to Duke Snider, the rookie left-hander with the uncurly "W" on his uniform spotted the runner starting down the line from third base. Quickly, he hurled the ball to catcher Yogi Berra, who stepped outside and tagged Red Schoendienst in plenty of time.
Marty Marion, the brilliant shortstop and 1944 National League MVP with the St. Louis Cardinals and a former manager of the Cardinals and St. Louis Browns, has died. He was 93.
Schoendienst said he last saw Marion about six months ago at a baseball card show.
"You look at his stats and everything, he should be in the Hall of Fame," Schoendienst said at the Cardinals' spring training site in Jupiter, Fla. "He never ever tried to say that he belonged in the Hall of Fame.