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Stan Musial

Major League Register

Yrs. G AB H 2b 3b HR
22 3,026 10,972 3,630 725 177 475
RBI R BB SO SB AVG sAVG
1,951 1,949 1,599 696 78 .331 .559


Player Biography: 
Stan "The Man" Musial, one of the greatest hitters to put on a major league uniform. Stan was a left handed hitter and played the outfield and first base for the St. Louis Cardinals his entire career. He had 3,630 hits and exactly half were at home, the other half on the road. He led the National League in batting 7 times and in doubles 8 times. Eighteen of his twenty two seasons saw him bat over .300. He was a three time Most Valuable Player and a was a twenty time All Star.  He was a durable player and had an 895 consecutive games played streak from April 15, 1952 to August 22, 1957.  After the 1963 season, he announced his retirement and was later honored in each park around the league. He later became the Vice President of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise.  Stan was a fine gentleman and a model of consistency during his major league career. 

Teams:
St. Louis Cardinals 1941-1944, 1946-1963  
(1945 - Military)


Related Information:
Stan Musial: The Model of Consistency