Lou Adamie was the major league baseball scorekeeper in St. Louis for more than four decades. Working over 4,000 games for both the Browns and Cardinals from 1941 through the 1982 season, Adamie missed only one game in his 42 years of service. He was the official scorekeeper for three All Star Games and eight World Series, including the Cardinal World Championship in 1982. In 1968, he was inducted into the communications wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, where he remains the only scoreboard operator recognized in the Hall.