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January 21, 2013
My boyhood hero. Thanks to an extra special man for all the wonderful memories. In my den I have photos of my self admiring his Hall of Fame items, a photo of his playing gear, and, best of all, an autographed baseball that one of his nieces was nice enough to ask him to sign and dedicate to me. I'll see them every day until we meet in heaven.
January 21, 2013
To the Musial family- Very sorry to hear of hear of the passing of Stan. Thanks for sharing him with us and all of baseball. He has left us all with good memories.

John Monaghan- GARSON, ONTARIO
January 21, 2013
To the family of Stan Musial , my sincere condolences to you all and may you find confort from 1 Corinthians,1.3,5
January 21, 2013
my boyhood idol plus forever,,,,the best of the best.....GOD speed
January 21, 2013
To Family and Friends of Stan:

My farther George Ammon grew up with Stan in Donora, PA. Dad would tell us many stories about Stan. One in particular I wish to share: Our family moved to Tucson Arizona in 1948, in the 50,s when Saint Louis had spring training in Tucson our dad would attend when he could. When he saw Stan he would just shout his name and Stan would shout back “George” without even seeing his face … that is a friend.

About ten years ago Stan was in Phoenix signing autographs at a sports card show, my wife and I were able to see Stan and show him a picture of my dad and mom and I from the early 40,s … it was so good to meet Stan in person.
January 21, 2013
Dick, we did time together at Ft.Riley (I was a friend of Joe Cellini's). I want to extend my sincere condolences and let you know that in your father we all have lost someone special.
January 21, 2013
What a loss to st louis and stan's family
we will miss him so much.for all he has given to everyone.baseball.love to st louis.the opening day for the cards will
not be the same with stan gone.may you rest in peace know you are loved.i have loved baseball and watch you many years
i have been a cardinal fan for many years
we will miss you.
st ann mo
January 21, 2013
God bless the most wonderful example of a man and sports figure. See you on the other side!
January 21, 2013
My condolences to the family of this great human being. I remember Mr.Musial when I first met him back in 1951.At that time I was a "bell-boy" at the Hotel where the visiting St.Louis Cardinals team stayed while playing their series with the then N.Y.Giants. Of every single player of any team in the National League Mr. Musial was the only one who say hello and converse with me while doing my jub as a bell-boy. When his team lost a game he will talk to me about what he should have done different to help his team. When they won he mentioned the errors made by the other team as having help his team on the victory.In essence he was the man for all people and share his views about a game with those who loved baseball in those years.Those times are now history but I shall alsays remember Mr.Musial as my favorite (and nicest) player of all times. If there is a baseball league in heaaven I am sure he will be a firt "pick" by any team.
January 21, 2013
My late grandfather took me on a train trip from Memphis to St. Louis in September 1963. He said it was an early birthday present, since I would be turning 6 in October. It is one of my earliest memories as a child. I was going to see his favorite ballplayer. Now 50 or so years later I am crying at my computer as I type this. Stan was that Man.

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