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St. Louis Browns (1902–1953) (AL and MLB)

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    George Harold Sisler (March 24, 1893 - March 26, 1973), nicknamed "Gentleman George" and "Gorgeous George," was an American professional baseball player for 15 seasons, primarily as first baseman wit...
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    Harry Caray (1914 - 1998)
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  • Denny Galehouse (1911 - 1998)
    Dennis Ward Galehouse (December 7, 1911 – October 14, 1998) born in Marshallville, Ohio was a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians (1934–38), Boston Red Sox (1939–40 and 1947–49) and St. Louis Browns (1...

The Major League Baseball team now known as the Baltimore Orioles originated in Milwaukee as the Milwaukee Brewers, and then moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where they played for more than 50 years as the St. Louis Browns. This article covers the franchise's history in St. Louis, which began when the team moved from Milwaukee after the 1901 season and ended with the team's move to Baltimore after the 1953 season.