Musial


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Mu·si·al

 (myo͞o′zē-əl), Stanley Frank Known as "Stan the Man." 1920-2013.
American baseball player who as an outfielder and first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals (1941-1963) accrued a lifetime batting average of .331 and hit 475 home runs and 3,630 base hits.
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Noun1.Musial - United States baseball player (born in 1920)
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Housewife Musial, 35, sat opposite an undercover Sunday Mirror investigator believing she was set for another hefty payday by offering up a bride from her native Poland.
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