Stan Musial


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Noun1.Stan Musial - United States baseball player (born in 1920)
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He is Commissioner of the Long Island Stan Musial Baseball League and Vice President, Director and Legal Advisor for the Huntington Tri-Village Little League Baseball Association.
Company presentations will be made by Bob Radie, president and chief executive officer, Deanne Melloy, chief commercial officer, Jeffrey Dayno, MD, chief medical officer, Mark Strobeck, PhD, chief business officer and head of strategic planning, and Stan Musial, chief financial officer.
Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx joined Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Illinois Governor Pat Quinn for the recent opening of the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge on I-70 over the Mississippi River.
320 with 1,260 RBIs and 365 homers, joining Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx, Albert Pujols, Lou Gehrig, and Stan Musial.
According to Bill Syken, the book's editor, baseball is the toughest sport to judge across the ages: "When you attempt to compare Honus Wagner to Derek Jeter, or Stan Musial to Barry Bonds, or Waiter Johnson to Roger Clemens, there are no right answers, only compelling arguments--and this book is full of them.
If you ask the veteran photographer of 23 years (and recipient of four Emmy awards) about interesting assignments, he lists Super Bowls, World Series and a trip to the White House with Stan Musial when "The Man" received the Medal of Freedom from President Obama.
The recent death of baseball legend Stan Musial hammered another nail in the coffin of a period of American history when baseball was truly the national pastime and its stars were beloved icons across the country.
The meeting was to international relations theory what that summer's All-Star Game in Cleveland, featuring Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, and Stan Musial, was to baseball--or it would have been, if its documentary record had not been buried in the Rockefeller Foundation archives for over half a century.
squad that included fellow Hall of Famers Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, Ernie Banks, Stan Musial and Eddie Mathews.
Hall of Fame atheletes Bill Russell and Stan Musial.
Other political and cultural figures, including cello virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma, Civil rights pioneer congressman John Lewis, baseball great Stan Musial and Jean Kennedy Smith, the sister of assassinated president John F.
Legends who participated in the game included Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, and Duke Snider.