The trophy came to the state Capitol Thursday for the first time since the Cardinals closed out the title last October.
Cardinals President Mark Lamping carried the trophy into the Senate Chamber as Senators adopted a special resolution.
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Senators took photos with the trophy after the session, and it remained on display in the Capitol rotunda the rest of the afternoon.
This is the third time the trophy has been in Jefferson City since the Series, but the first time it has been in the capitol building.
The trophy came to the building for the first time since the Cardinals won Major League Baseball's championship last October.
The Missouri Senate passed a special resolution congratulating the Cardinals, as the team's President Mark Lamping, and Director of Government Affairs Ron Watermon, wathced on.
Verna Cooper oversees the trophy, and says the trophy is literally untouchable for everyone, including public officials.
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This is the first time a World Series trophy has been in the Missouri Capitol since the Kansas City Royals defeated the Cards in the 1985 Series.
From Jefferson City, I'm Micah Wiener