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Rick Horton is a former MLB player who pitched from 1984 to 1990, mostly for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is currently a broadcaster for the Cardinals on FSN Midwest and KMOX.

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Horton was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 4th round of the 1980 amateur draft. Horton\'s first major league hit came on May 21, 1984, off Nolan Ryan. In 1984, Horton won a career high 9 games as a rookie for the Cardinals. While with the Cardinals, he appeared in the 1985 World Series and 1987 World Series. He also pitched in the 1988 World Series as a member of the Dodgers and got a World Series ring. In 1991, Horton was a minor league pitching coach in the Cleveland Indians farm system. In 1993, he became the director of the St. Louis Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In 1997, Horton began filling in on Cardinals television broadcasts on FSN Midwest and radio broadcasts on the Cardinals Radio Network. In 2003, he joined the three-man FSN Midwest television broadcast team, working roughly 100 games per year as well as post-game analysis.

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