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Stan Musial, genial slugger who came out of Donora, Pa. in 1941 to join St. Louis and earn a reputation as one of baseball's "nice guys," played 823rd consecutive game since 1952 against Philadelphia for new National...
July 08, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Occupants of the attic seats of Busch Stadium on the ninth of July will not only gaze upon the All-Stars disporting themselves on the field below, but they can look out as well over the fences to the vast verdure of...
July 08, 1957
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August 12, 1957 | Roy Terrell
The major obstacle in Henry Aaron's pursuit of the triple crown in 1957 is one Stan Musial, who won his first batting championship when Aaron was just 4 years old. The year was 1943, and Musial—like Aaron when he got...
September 30, 1957