He played most of his career with the St. Louis Cardinals and stood in for Stan Musial in Leftfield while Musial served in the military.
He would play several positions before settling in at second base where he went on to collect 2,449 hits en route to a Hall of Fame induction in 1989 by the Veterans Committee.
As a manager he would collect 1,049 wins good for a .522 winning percentage.
He was a 10 time All Star, 5 time World Series champ, and would later have his number 2 retired by the Cardinals.
I thought it would be fun to have a blog bataround where we show off our 10 favorite red (related) cards in our collection. One for each of his All Star appearances.
Here's my 10 favorite red cards
Now let's see yours. It could be the color red, the Reds, Red Sox, red birds (Cardinals) or actual Red Schoendienst cards. Show off your top 10 reds.