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24 All-Star Games... Three MVP Awards... 475 Homers... 331 Batting Average... 3,630 Hits... 1,949 Runs Scored... Three World Series Rings... 1,951 RBIs... 3,026 Games... Seven Batting Titles... A Plaque in Cooperstown...
Stan Musial was selected the Sporting News Major League Player of the Year in 1946 and 1951. Sports Illustrated named him its Sportsman of the Year in 1957 and the Sporting News honored him as Sportsman of the Decade for the years between 1946 and 1956.
St. Louis Cardinals 1941 - 1963. 3,026 Games played. At bat 10,972 times. Scored 1,949 runs. 1,951 runs batted in. Total bases of 6,134. Led National League in total bases and slugging percentage 6 years. Won 7 National League batting titles. Most Valuable Player 1943, 1946, and 1948. Named on 24 All-Star teams.
Upon retirement, Musial held 17 major league, 29 National League and 9 All-Star game records. He was elected to The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1969.
In 1954, Stan Musial became the first player to hit 5 home runs in a double header against the New York Giants.
A statue of Musial was dedicated at Busch Stadium in 1968.
Musial played all of his 22 years of professional baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Musial played his entire career at Sportsman ballpark.