Stanley F. Musial played ball when everything seemed simpler. There were 8-teams in each league, and only the winners played in the World Series. The season consisted of 152-games, and most players worked in the off season to supplement their income. Steroids and the other performance enhancing drugs were unknown. It was a great time to be a baseball fan. Stan the Man ended his career with a lifetime .331 batting average, 475 homeruns, 3630 hits (1815 at home & 1815 hits away), and a plethora of other records. He was a man who youngsters and adult fans could believe in. One of the greats has gone home and will be missed. Rest in Peace, Stan the Man.
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