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As promised, a list of articles that have been written about Stan Musial since his passing on Saturday night.
Some you might have read already, some you might have missed. Either way, there is no lack of great words penned for a great man.
NY Times: LINK HERE
Sports On Earth: LINK HERE
Riverfront Times: LINK HERE
Viva El Birdos: LINK HERE
Inside STL: LINK HERE
STL Today: LINK HERE
ESPN: LINK HERE
C70 At The Bat: LINK HERE
Pitchers Hit Eighth: LINK HERE
Redbird Rants: LINK HERE
Sports Illustrated: LINK HERE
Retro Simba: LINK HERE
Yahoo! Sports: LINK HERE
USA Today: LINK HERE
NY Daily News: LINK HERE
Boston.com: LINK HERE
Sporting News: LINK HERE
Aerys Sports: LINK HERE
Cardinals.com: LINK HERE
Time: LINK HERE
Birds On The Bat 82: LINK HERE
That's what we could find on the internets. But if you come across a great article that you think people should read, please feel free to...
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. The St. Louis Cardinals announced that the family of Stan Musial has made the following funeral and public visitation arrangements for the Cardinals Hall of Famer.
A public visitation is planned for Thursday, January 24th from 2 P.M. to 8 P.M. at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis located at 4431 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis. The public visitation is the opportunity...
REST IN PEACE
Hall of Fame ballplayer Stan Musial, who spent his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals, died on Saturday at the age of 92.
It's been a few days, but the stories of Stan Musial are still coming in.
One of the gems unearthed this week was included in the story below from NPR, in which Harray Caray calls Musial's last hit.
The whole piece is worth a listen, but the money clip starts @ 1:53 in.
Along with St. Louis Cardinals radio announcer John Rooney, I was honored to be one of the guests on KOLR-TV in Springfield, Missouri to discuss the legacy of Stan Musial. We were part of the 30-minute weekly sports show called “Ozarks Saturday/Sunday,” hosted by Nick Carboni.
“The Man” holds a special place in Springfield history, as he played in the outfield there during...
Sad news in the baseball world continues today, as Stan Musial, the great St Louis Cardinals outfielder, has passed away at the age of 92. Musial played all 22 of his Major League seasons in St Louis, where became known as “Stan the Man.” He is regarded as one of the greatest ball players of all-time. The three-time MVP hit over 475 home runs, batted in 1951 RBIs, and recorded...
Legendary St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder and Baseball Hall of Famer, Stan “The Man” Musial passed away of natural causes at age 92 according to his official twitter page.
Stan the Man passed peacefully at home at 5:45 pm tonight of natural causes. Life will never be the same without baseball’s perfect knight.
— Stan Musial (@stanthemaninc) January 20, 2013
A great stat that...
Mike Matheny first encountered Stan Musial about two decades ago, watching the Hall of Famer draw a harmonica out of his jacket with an impish grin and captivate yet another crowd.
Whichever way the St. Louis Cardinals decide to memorialize Stan the Man, whether they wear armbands or a patch on their uniforms, their manager expects his team to adhere to Musial's work ethic....
ST. LOUIS The greatest Cardinal of them all has passed away.
Hall of famer Stan Musial, winner of three MVP Awards and holder of nearly all franchise records from his 22-year career with the Cardinals, died Saturday at the age of 92.
Musial, the first player in franchise history to have his number retired, passed away at his home in Ladue, Mo., with his family by his side.
Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial died on Saturday at his suburban St. Louis home. A cause of death was not immediately announced. Stan the Man was the second baseball icon to pass away in less than 24 hours. Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver died Saturday morning.
Musial won seven National League batting titles, was a three-time MVP, 20-time All-Star, and helped the Cardinals...
Tweet In the great history of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise there may not be a more beloved player than Stan “The Man” Musial. He was a first ballot Hall of Fame inductee in 1969, won three National League MVP Awards (1943, 1946, 1948), and was a member of three World Series winning teams [...]
On Saturday night, baseball lost one of its all-time greats. Stan “The Man” Musial, a Hall of Fame inductee who played 22 seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals, passed away at the age of 92.
I’ll leave the descriptions of Musial’s unique swing and the stories of contributions to the community to writers more eloquent and knowledgeable than I. FanGraphs is all about statistics...
I thought I was going to be able to get to the Daily Friar yesterday, but as it turned out it didn’t happen. Let me start off today’s piece by sending my thoughts out to the families of Earl Weaver and Stan Musial. It’s a sad day in baseball whenever one of the greats leaves the earth, and yesterday we lost two of the most iconic faces of the game. Earl Weaver, the feisty Orioles...
The January 21st, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including Hanson and Vargas avoid arbitration, Pujols honors the late Stan Musial and much more...
The Story: Jason Vargas and Tommy Hanson both avoided arbitration with one-year deals of $8.5 million and $3.75 million respectively.
The Monkey Says: That means Kevin Jepsen is still outstanding...