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Stan Musial(1920-Present)

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Basball Player Name: Stan Musial

Time period of Play:1941-1963

Position of Play: Outfielder/ First baseman

Born on November 21, 1920, Stan Musial was nominated for the prestigious Baseball Hall of Fame. In total, he played for 22 sessions in Major League Baseball.
Musial made his mark during the second game of a doubleheader in 1941. He gave 20 hits with a .426 batting average. In 1999, he went for the selection of the Major League Baseball All-Century Team. Musial is one of the few players who was selected for the N.L. MVP award thrice in his baseball career.
It was because of his great contribution that National League leaded nearly in each game. He was selected for the ‘Sporting News Major League Player of the Year’ in 1951. Some of the great baseball legends referred him as the great players of all time. He is perhaps the only player who appeared in more than 1000 games in two different positions.
In 1968, a statue of Musial was established outside the Bush Memorial Stadium to commemorate his great contribution. In 1969, he was selected for the “Baseball Hall of Fame”.
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Full Name: Stanley Frank Musial
Born:November 21, 1920
Playing Position: Outfielder/First Baseman


MLB debut was in September 17, 1941 for the St. Louis Cardinals and Last MLB appearance was in September 29, 1963 for the St. Louis Cardinals
Batting Average   .331
Hits    3,630
Home Runs    475
Runs Batted In    1,951


St. Louis Cardinals (1941-1944, 1946-1963)

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