Jack Buck Award

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Jack Buck Award is an award named after former St. Louis broadcaster Jack Buck and presented by the Missouri Athletic Club. This award was established in 1987 and is presented to individuals in recognition of enthusiastic and dedicated support of sports in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.

  • 1987 – August A. Busch, Jr., former brewer, prominent sportsman, and owner of the St. Louis Cardinals
  • 1988 – Ben Kerner, Bing Devine
  • 1989 – Joe Garagiola and Yogi Berra, national baseball figures and former catchers originally from St. Louis
  • 1990 – Robert Hyland
  • 1991 – Michael Shanahan, NFL football coach
  • 1992 – Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinal Hall of Famer
  • 1993 – Michael Roarty, Anheuser-Busch marketing executive
  • 1994 – Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinal Hall of Famer
  • 1995 – Thomas Eagleton, United States Senator from Missouri
  • 1996 – Bill DeWitt, Fred Hanser, Drew Baur, St. Louis Cardinals owners and executives
  • 1997 – Martin L. Mathews, co-founder the Mathews-Dickey Boys' Club
  • 1998 – Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinal Hall of Famer
  • 1999 – Charles Nash
  • 2000 – Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jones, former St. Louis Rams who made the tackle that ended Super Bowl XXXIV
  • 2001 – Flint Fowler
  • 2002 – Walt Jocketty, St. Louis Cardinals general manager (1994-2007)
  • 2003 – Jerry Clinton, boxing aficionado who helped St. Louis regain an NFL team
  • 2004 – Tony LaRussa, St. Louis Cardinal Hall of Famer
  • 2005 – Jay Randolph, sportscaster
  • 2006 – St. Louis Cardinals
  • 2007 – John Davidson, St. Louis Blues president of hockey operations and former goaltender
  • 2008 – Kelly Chase, former St. Louis Blues player
  • 2010 – Ernie Hays, former St. Louis Cardinals organist
  • 2012 – Steven Jackson, former St. Louis Rams Pro Bowl running back
  • 2013 – Aeneas Williams, former St. Louis Rams All-Pro cornerback[1][2][3][4][5]

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