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January 22, 2013
A real star; ethics, integrity, community leader and no drugs. The best St Louis Statesman for my 71 years
January 22, 2013
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
January 22, 2013
I gotto see Mr. Musial play at Crosley Field in Cincinnati in the late 50s. A seat on the left field line was 3 three dollars as I recall. He was within seven or eight feet of me and was even willing to talk to me for a brief time as he was warming up. It was wonderful to see him that day after listening on the radio for years to the Cardinals or seeing him on the Game of the Week with Dizzy Dean and Buddy Blattner
January 22, 2013
I wanted to share this story of seeing Stan Musial. On a summer day in Webster Groves Mo, I was driving on Laclede Station Road. I pulled behind a Red Cadillac. The license plate had just a number. The number was 6. As the light turned green the Cadillac didn't move. I got out, went to the drivers door and Stan Musial was bringing down his window. He was laughing , he looked at me and said "I ran out of gas sitting right here". What a surprise to see him.I grew up watching him hit baseballs like rockets flying thru the air. I offered to push his car back wards to the curb. He said "I don't want you to hurt yourself." I told him I will be ok. Once the car was at the curb Stan got out and said "Thanks for helping me out, he then introduced himself , he said "I'm Stan Musial". I said To him how I came to as many Cardinal games as I could and told him what a great career he had. I told Stan I was going to get some gas from the gas station that was near by. He asked "Do you have any thing to put the gas in". I told him I had a gas can, I didn't , I bought one from the gas station. When I got back to Stan he was sitting in the drivers seat . There was something about walking as slow as I could as I approached his car. I am looking at Stan Musial waiting for me.I put the gas In the tank and followed him back to the station. He reached in his pocket and wanted to give me a 20 dollar bill, I told him no thank you, you needed it to put gas in your car, he laughed.He did give me a picture card of him standing at home plate in that famous pose, signed his name and I told him the pleasure was all mine , because it really was.
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