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Legendary Cardinals pitcher Stan Musial passes away Ray Ban Sunglasses UK

Legendary Cardinals pitcher Stan Musial passes away,Ray Ban Aviator Polarized
Just hours following the Saturday afternoon news broke regarding the passing of Hall of Famer Earl Weaver, the baseball world lost yet another treasure. Former St,Ray Ban Wayfarer 2140. Louis Cardinals pitcher and fellow Hall of Fame member Stan "The Man" Musial has died at the age of 92.
Big League Baseball has lost 1 of its true legends in Stan Musial, a Hall of Famer in just about every sense plus a man who led an incredible American life. He was the heart and soul of the historic St. Louis Cardinals franchise for generations,Ray Ban Aviator Polarized, and he served his nation in the course of Planet War II. A recipient in the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011, Stan's life embodies baseball's unparalleled history and why this game may be the national pastime.
As remarkable as 'Stan the Man' was around the field, he was a true gentleman in life. All of Big League Baseball mourns his passing, and we extend our deepest condolences to his family, close friends,Ray Ban Wayfarer Glasses, admirers and each of the fans of your Cardinals,Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses.
Musial was the common manager on the Cardinals in 1966 and in 1967, once they defeated the Boston Red Sox on the planet Series. His home business partner died through the '67 season, prompting him to retire from the game altogether at the finish in the season.
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