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    Stanley Frank Musial ( / ˈmjuːziəl, - ʒəl /; born Stanislaw Franciszek Musial; November 21, 1920 – January 19, 2013), nicknamed " Stan the Man ", was an American baseball outfielder and first baseman. Widely considered to be one of the greatest and most consistent hitters in baseball history, Musial spent 22 seasons in Major ...

  2. Stan Musial Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Rookie Status & More | Baseball-Reference.com. Positions: Outfielder and First Baseman. Bats: Left • Throws: Left. 6-0 , 175lb (183cm, 79kg) Born: November 21, 1920 in Donora, PA. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. Hall of Fame. 3x MVP. 24x All-Star. 3x World Series. 7x Batting Title. 2x ML PoY. 6 6

  3. Stanley Frank "Stan" Musial ( 21 de novembro de 1920 - 19 de janeiro de 2013) foi um jogador profissional de beisebol polaco - estadunidense que foi eleito para o Hall da Fama do Beisebol em 1969. Apelidado de "Stan the Man", Musial disputou 22 temporadas na Major League Baseball (MLB) para o St. Louis Cardinals entre 1941 e 1963.

  4. More than half a century after his retirement, Musial remains the face of a Cardinals’ franchise he helped turn into a dynasty. Born Nov. 21, 1920 in Donora, Pa., Stanley Frank Musial began his pro baseball career as a left-handed pitcher in 1938 after signing with the Cardinals.

  5. Stan Musial Bio. Fullname: Stanley Frank Musial; Nickname: The Man; Born: 11/21/1920 in Donora, PA; High School: Donora, Donora, PA; Debut: 9/17/1941; Hall of Fame: 1969; Died: 1/19/2013

  6. 19 de jan. de 2013 · Stan Musial, known for his pretzel stance, prodigious production, princely personality and Hall of Fame harmonica, died on Saturday, surrounded by family at his home in Ladue, Mo., not far from St. Louis, where he made his mark as a batsman par excellence in the 1940s and '50s.

  7. 28 de mar. de 2024 · Adam Augustyn The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Stan Musial was an American professional baseball player who, in his 22-year playing career with the St. Louis Cardinals, won seven National League (NL) batting championships and established himself as one of the game’s greatest hitters.