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An icon in St. Louis, where he spent his entire career, Stan Musial has been a very accommodating signer throughout his life. From his early years in the majors up until modern time, Musial has signed his name the only way he knows how, "Stan Musial." His autograph always featured an every-letter signature. Through time, it has transformed and shrunk considerably in size and shape, but remained much like it did in the 1940s.
Finding a gorgeous Musial signature on any medium related to baseball shouldn't be a challenge with plenty of signed memorabilia available in the marketplace. In fact, Musial created his own sports memorabilia company during the hobby boom called Stan the Man, Inc., which provides signed Musial memorabilia direct to the hobby.
Stanley Frank Musial’s (1920-2013) career is one of the most consistent by the number as any other in the history of baseball highlighted by the fact the he posted the same number of hits both home and away (1815), had 252 home runs at home and 223 away and scored 999 runs at home and 950 away. Stan the Man as his adoring fans refer to him, played 22 seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals and lead the National League in batting seven times, hits six times and runs five times. He was a 24-time All-Star, won three national League Most Valuable Player awards (1943, 1946, 1948) and was a member of three World Series champions (1942, 1944, 1946). Musial retired with a .331 batting average, 3,630 hits, 1,959 runs scored and 1,951 RBI. For so long the face of the Cardinal franchise, Musial went on to become the franchise vice president from 1963-1966. Stanley Frank Musial was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1968.