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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.
January 21, 2013
I've never known a world without Stan Musial. You did so much for my family that could never be repayed. They loved you and Lil. And I will always love you and be grateful that you were in our lives...
January 21, 2013
I grew up in St. Louis, and my father, being a huge baseball fan, would often take my brothers and me to Sportsman's Park to see Stan, Red, Solly, and the other greats play the sport we all loved so much. My first real glove was a Stan Musial glove. I had two of them over the course of my childhood. Oh, how I wish I still had them. Stan was always my hero. I, along with so many others, so admired him. Rest in peace Stan. You will be greatly missed.
January 21, 2013
Growing up in Southern California, baseball was always a hot topic and all the fans had nothing but good to say about Stan the man - he was a blessing; may he rest in peace. I hope his family knows how respected he was.
January 21, 2013
*A man for the ages, Stan Musial was my first hero in life and was still my hero the day he passed away. His skills as a baseball player were only exceeded by his skills as a human being. This is a role model for all of us. Thanks for being you, Stan Musial, you made mny life better.
January 21, 2013
There's got to be a baseball team in Heaven. Stan will be orchestrating every position and every play. The team will be called Heaven's Angels. There will be no reporters, no managers and yes, no pay! But oh the joy of a bigger than life captive audience including Lil Musial in the stands. Rest in peace forever
Stan, our hero...you will live in our hearts and never be forgotten. Thanks for all the wonderful memories and all the goodness you brought to St. Louis.Love from all the Russo families.
January 21, 2013
KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI THANKS YOU FOR BLESSING US ON "POLISH AMERICAN DAY" I HAVE MY NATIONAL LEAGUE BALL YOU SIGHNED FOR ME. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT LIFE EXAMPLE, TOMMY SWAFFORD, KOSCIUSKO, MS

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