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January 20, 2013
What a Great Ball Player Stan Was in his Time,my childhood hero when I was growing up , listening to the ball games on the radio back in the 40's .I was lucky enough to go to ST Louis several times with my parents to see the games. what an exciting time that was to see my favourite ball player in Sportmans park at that time . seen several of Stans home runs go over the right field stands on to grand ave.what a sight it was to see Stan take his stance at the plate always a little wiggle,and coils up ready to strike. Stan made his mark in St Louis . May Stan Rest in Peace.

Lewis Callahan {Belton Mo.}
January 20, 2013
I was born and raised in southeast missouri and, in the mid 50,s,went to a cardinal game in st.louis. after the game, I was able to go to Stan and Biggies and meet Mrs. Musial. Stan had autographed a picture and baseball for us and I still have both. God bless those of us who were able to listen to on the radio and watch this great man do what he did best. God bless the Musial family-you were truly blessed with greatness.
January 20, 2013
One of my favorite baseball players of all time. "Stan the Man Musial". You will never be replaced. Rest in Peace.
January 20, 2013
Thanks for the wonderful memories, Mr. Musial. 6 is, and always has been my favorite number. I'm pushing 68 yo very hard. My eyes haven't been dry all day, reading about this wonderful man.
January 20, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with all the family and fans of "The Man." He was baseball for St. Louis but he was an even better human being.
January 20, 2013
Play ball, St. Peter. The Man is on hand.
January 20, 2013
To the Musial family, my deepest sympathy. I will keep Mr. Musial and you all in my prayers. What an honor it has been to have Mr. Musial as our hero and #1 Cardinal all these years. May God bless him now and always.
January 20, 2013
My sympathies to the Musial family.Thank you for sharing this wonderful man with all of us. He will be forever loved and missed.
January 20, 2013
I took the Grand Avenue streetcar to Busch Stadium to sit in the bleachers to watch him put the ball onto Grand Avenue.Great life, great man, great baseball player.Sent his son to the right high school.
JPJ CBC'63
January 20, 2013
My childhood sports hero. Saw Stan hit a game winning home run ..one down, runner on first, two outs, two strikes..whack Home Run ! Cards win In jubilation, the lady sitting behind me dropped her cigarette ashes on my head ! Ouch ! But I didn't mind for Stan 'The Man' sent me home smiling

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