There are multiple albums - one for each team in existence during the 1970 NFL season.
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The 1970 St. Louis Cardinals. Sing Holiday Halftime (LP, Album).
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The professional American football team now known as the Arizona Cardinals previously played in St. Louis, Missouri as the St. Louis Cardinals from 1960 to 1987 before relocating to Tempe, Arizona in 1988. The Cardinals franchise relocated from Chicago to St. Louis in 1960. Their first home game in St. Louis was at Sportsman's Park against the New York Giants on October 2, 1960. Their last game played at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis was against the Giants on December 13, 1987.
Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez discusses why he will participate in a strength and conditioning program during the next two weeks.
1970 St. Major League affiliations. National League (since 1892) March 31, 1970: Ramón Hernández was released by the Cardinals. Curt Flood, because of a salary dispute with Gussie Busch, was traded after the 1969 season but refused to go to the Philadelphia Phillies and on January 16, 1970, filed a civil lawsuit to challenge baseball's reserve clause.
For the National Football League team, see 1970 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) season. 1970 St. The Cardinals went 76–86 during the season and finished fourth in the National League East, 13 games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates. The season was also the first of 26 seasons for AstroTurf at Busch Memorial Stadium.
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|A1||Deck The Halls||2:21|
|A3||All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth||2:20|
|A4||We Wish You A Merry Christmas||4:24|
|B1||A Tropical Winter
Composed By – Jacques Urbont*, Mike Tatich
|B2||Home For The Holidays||2:38|
|B3||Frosty The Snowman||2:24|
|B5||Auld Lang Syne||3:07|
- Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Jacques Urbont*
- Cover – Walter Boppert
- Engineer – John Sadler