Stan Musial


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United States baseball player (born in 1920)

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First Base George Sisler / Stan Musial (tie) Second Base Charlie Gehringer Third Base Harold "Pie" Traynor Shortstop Joe Cronin Left Field Ted Williams Center Field Joe DiMaggio Right Field Willie Mays Catcher Bill Dickey Pitcher (RHP) Bob Feller Pitcher (LHP) Robert "Lefty" Grove Manager Charles "Casey" Stengel Greatest Living Player--Joe DiMaggio Of course, it was not an honor intended to be perpetuated.
It was Drabowsky, while pitching for the Cubs at Wrigley Field, who gave up Stan Musial's historic 3,000th hit.
European pharmaceutical company Egalet Ltd reported on Wednesday the addition of Stan Musial as chief financial officer (CFO).
Consider that over the past dozen years or so, we have lost such baseball luminaries as Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Bob Feller, Duke Snider, Robin Roberts, and now Stan Musial.
In August of 1968, Stan Musial's status as an iconic figure of St.
squad that included fellow Hall of Famers Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, Ernie Banks, Stan Musial and Eddie Mathews.
Hall of Fame atheletes Bill Russell and Stan Musial. Both received a Presidential Medal of Freedom--Russell for being able to dunk a basketball and Musial for being able to hit a curveball.
Other political and cultural figures, including cello virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma, Civil rights pioneer congressman John Lewis, baseball great Stan Musial and Jean Kennedy Smith, the sister of assassinated president John F.
Legends who participated in the game included Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, and Duke Snider.
Cette promotion annuelle de la "Presidential medal of Freedom" comprend aussi l'artiste-peintre Jasper Johns, la rescapee de l'Holocauste Gerda Weissmann Klein, la militante des droits des Hispaniques Sylvia Mendez, l'ancien champion de base-ball Stan Musial, l'ex-basketteur Bill Russell, la soeur de l'ancien President Kennedy, Jean Kennedy Smith, militante des droits des handicapes, et le president d'honneur du puissant syndicat AFL-CIO, John Sweeney.
A lot of Stan Musial fails think the bronze statue of him in front of Busch Stadium is--well they say it doesn't look anything like their beloved Cardinal slugger who had a unique batting stance.
Some years ago, baseball player Curt Flood, in a hitting slump, begged the great hitter Stan Musial for advice.
The Post-Dispatch also ran a 20-page special section on Sunday, which had a wrap of a photo of Cardinals legend Stan Musial and current All-Star Albert Pujols.
Also getting the award that night was baseball legend Stan Musial. The attendees lined up for Musial's autograph while McCain, sitting at a nearby table, groused to a friend: "I can't understand that.