Baseball Bummer

On the day when the National Hockey League, after a prolonged 113 day walkout, began play in an abbreviated 2013 season, major league baseball lost two Hall of Fame greats with the passing of St. Louis Cardinal outfielder Stan “the Man” Musial (at age 92) and fiery Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver (at age 83).

Author: Gregory Beatty

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  1. Stan the Man was amazing. Batted .330 at age 41, lifetime .331 hitter, 3630 hits, 475 HRs. He was the NL Ted Williams.

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