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January 20, 2013
We all as young men wanted to be like you, Stan the Man. You set a standard that most of us wish to become in our baseball youth. God's speed great one, you'll get lots of base hits on God's Team.
Clarence R Inman, age70 Whiteville,NC
January 20, 2013
Stan, you will forever be our hero. As a family of great Cardinal fans, we know you are one of a kind, "in your own league." My Grandpa was a good friend of Red Sch., and our uncle, who passed away last month, was a pitcher for the Pirates in the 1950's. I'm sure they are talking baseball( and maybe playing) in Heaven. Thanks for the great memories.
January 20, 2013
Stan, rest in peace. you were always the Man. The Horton boys.
January 20, 2013
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
January 20, 2013
Thanks for the memories Stan "The Man."
January 20, 2013
My condolences to MUSIAL family during this time of grief. STAN will be missed. he lived a quiet and productive life.
January 20, 2013
Rip Stan the man!!!
January 20, 2013
I was born and raised a Cardinal fan in St. Louis until joining the Navy. I
always looked up to "The Man" as the greatest Cardinal and a premier role
model. I was always #6 on my softball teams. As fate would have it I married
a daughter of Jim Maloney, the last man to pitch to Musial. Musial struck
out once (not easy to do) and then got his last two hits against my father
in law. Jim spoke very highly of Stan and gave me a signed photo of the two
meeting after the game. We will miss you and peace be with you Mr. Musial
and family.

Shawn Manning, Lexington SC
January 20, 2013
I hadn't even moved to StL yet in 1970, I was here for a job interview. That night my dad took me and some of his business friends to Musial and Biggies on Oakland. Next thing I know, one of the guys goes to the back of the restaurant and comes back with an autographed ball: "To Jim, Best wishes, Stan Musial" I couldn't even eat desert! Of course I still have the ball.
January 20, 2013
Thanks for all the memories of my childhood listening to the games with my dad..He was a great player, but even a greater man. My thoughts and prayers are with his family today.

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