Coleman, Lankford and Brecheen inducted into the Cardinals Hall of Fame

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ST. LOUIS - Ballpark Village was packed Saturday afternoon as the St. Louis Cardinals inducted 3 new members in the Cardinals Hall of Fame. Vince Coleman and Ray Lankford were voted in by fans. Harry Brecheen was selected by a red-ribbon panel.

Brecheen had a 0.83 era in World Series play.

Coleman stole 110 stolen bases in his rookie year, a rookie record that still stands.

Lankford had five seasons with at least 20 homers and 20 stolen bases, ranking 5th all-time in Cardinals history in those categories.

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