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January 20, 2013
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January 20, 2013
Rest in Peace Mr. Stan Musial. Baseball is great, but you made it even better. A lot of the players today could use a good lesson from you when it comes to honesty, integrity and play for the sport rather than a huge multi-million dollar paycheck. America and the baseball world will always miss you. God Bless You!
January 20, 2013
rest !!
January 20, 2013
Rest well now Stan Great job changing peoples lives!!!! You will be missed !!Thanks!!!
January 20, 2013
He was a good man!
January 20, 2013
I remember riding my bike to Sportsman Park to see Stan play..He always greeted the fans with warmth...my memories of him will always be with me...CBC-61
January 20, 2013
The kind of man we were all intended to be. Few have his talent, but we should all try to have his class. My first hero when I was eight, now one of my last. Thank God for Stan the Man.
January 20, 2013
i haven't the words to express my thoughts about you Stan, so with tears in my eyes i will simply say "THANKS"
January 20, 2013
I'll always remember my plane flight from Chicago to St. Louis, back in '02. Ozzie had just been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Stan and his lovely wife Lillian were also on the plane. Because of a flight delay, Stan asked if it would be all right with the crew and the passengers if he could play his harmonica. Of course we all were thrilled to see Stan and listen to him play. And could he play! What a wonderful man he was!
January 20, 2013
A fine man, husband, father and ball player. You will be remembered fondly and missed often. Rest in peace sir.

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