"The Man" Musial
Right fielder & 1B, St. Louis Cardinals
1940's & 1950's
Outstanding all-time great in baseball history. The
fans all across the country voted Stan "The Man"
Musial as a starter into most All-Star games during the 1940's
& 1950's. Stan was in the U.S. Military during 1945.
Musial won the Most Valuable Player Award in 1943, 1946, &
This all time great was among the leaders in batting throughout
his career. Musial's hot hitting was evident when he
led the St. Louis Cardinals to four (4) pennants in five (5)
years (1942-1946) and when the Cardinals won the World Series.
In 1954, Musial established a new major league record by hitting
five (5) home runs in a doubleheader.
Musial dominated the sporting headlines all during his career.
In 1958, Stan registered his 3,000 lifetime hit against the
Cub's pitching star, "Moe" Drabowsky.
Highlights of Musial's great career
include .331 lifetime batting average along with 3,630 hits,
725 doubles, 177 triples and 475 home runs. Stan "The
Man" Musial owned the National League with his torrid
bat during the 1940's & 1950's.
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