Scottrade Center displays first sports hall of fame members

Thursday, March 18, 2010 | 9:51 a.m. CDT

ST. LOUIS — Members of the inaugural class of the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame are being honored in a display inside the Scottrade Center.

The display features mementos and videos from both private and team collections.

Items include the Rams' 2000 Super Bowl trophy, one of Ozzie Smith's 13 Gold Gloves, a golf club from the set used by Bob Goalby to win the 1968 Masters and the Hawks' 1958 NBA title trophy.

Also on display is game-used equipment from such players as the football Cardinals' Dan Dierdorf, and memorabilia from Blues stars Bernie Federko and Red Berenson.

The Hall of Fame honors achievements by the city's pro teams past and present as well as individual accomplishments in bowling, tennis, golf, auto racing and plus college and high school sports.

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