Born: 5/27/1912 Died: 3/29/1995 Birthplace: Vernon, AL
Terry Moore born in Vernon, Alabama in 1912. Captain of the great St. Louis Cardinal teams of the late 1930's and early 1940's. Lifetime batting average of .280 while missing 3 of what should have been his most productive years because of military service. Recognized by such players as Stan Musial and Enos Slaughter as the "club's inspiration", he was the glue that held the Cardinals together during their world championship seasons of 1942 and 1946. Once tied a Major League record by getting six hits in six times at bat. Played in two World Series and was chosen for four All-Star games. After playing he coached three years for the Cardinals. He passed away on March 29, 1995.