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Stan Musial (Associated Press)
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February 9, 2013
With my family's multiple generations in St. Louis, I grew up, in West Virginia, with the Cardinals as part of the family DNA. To grow up hearing about Stan Musial from my grandmother, aunts, uncle (who played in the Brooklyn Dodgers and Cardinal organizations - just before and after WWII), and my parents, Stan was someone to look up to and admire. And, now and in recent years, it has been good to learn of his faith, his family, and the commitment to community. He'll be missed but his legacy lives on in so many ways.
February 4, 2013
Stan was my Dad's favorite player. I am happy to say that i got to see Stan at the end of his career and that favorite thing worked its way to me as well. My kids are third generation Cardinal fans which isn't always easy living in NY. My son was a big AP fan so when I showed him what Stan did it kind of opened his eyes as to not only greatness on the field but even a greater person off it. There has always been one thing that made me a bit sad was that in 1982 I was working for NBC and because I had access to the stadium before the second game I was able to get Stan's autograph on a World Series ball. The thing that made it sad was that my father had passed away and wasn't with me that day. I know he would have gotten such a kick out of it. Not to mention just being at the game.
February 3, 2013
That's great, David! My father had this kind of relationship with Jack Nicklaus and with the earlier great golfers when he was a caddy as a kid.
February 3, 2013
My dad and I saw the 5 home runs against the Giants and Stan's last game in '63, as well as many in between. Stan surely was the idle of every boy that played baseball in St. Louis as a kid. Dave '41
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