The "Man" was baseball's perfect knight and the greatest, most beloved player in team history.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis announced details regarding the public visitation for Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial that will take place Thursday, January 24th from 2 P.M. to 8 P.M. at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis located at 4431 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis announced details regarding the funeral Mass for Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial, which will take place on Saturday, January 26th at 11 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis located at 4431 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis.
A look at Stan Musial through his playing career as well as the many honors bestowed upon him after retirement.
The Stan Musial statue outside of the Third Base gate at Busch Stadium becomes a memorial site for Cardinals fans.
Mourners paid their respects to Stan Musial at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis on January 24.
Family, friends, baseball legends, and Cardinals fans gathered to say goodbye to Hall of Famer Stan Musial.
An overview of the memorabilia from the life and career of the greatest Cardinal of them all.
The primary baseball icon of the Midwest -- the soft-smiling, sweet-swinging, deferential and genial man known as "The Man" -- has passed. Stan Musial, known for his pretzel stance, prodigious production, princely personality and Hall of Fame harmonica, died on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 92.
With news of Stan Musial's death still raw on Sunday, there was a noticeable shift in tone at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up. An event designed to spur excitement about the upcoming season turned largely into a gathering of folks paying tribute to one of the sport's all-time greatest players.
A native St. Louisan who grew up the son of a baseball executive, Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt Jr. had a relationship with Stan Musial that spanned generations.
Describing Stan Musial as "the best that you can be as a person and a player," former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa took time on Sunday to share some personal anecdotes from his time spent with the Cardinals legend.
As one of the most respected and beloved players in baseball history, Hall of Famer Stan Musial made a major impact not only on the Cardinals organization, but on the game as a whole.
A day that opened in celebration of the Cardinals' upcoming season ended in sadness over the loss of the franchise's greatest legend, Stan Musial.
On a warm summer night in 2009, on a night when baseball was set to honor its best, the throng gathered around the Stan Musial statue suddenly went quiet. There without warning was an unimaginable treat. Riding in a golf cart, looking frail, was Stan Musial.
Hall of Fame player and humanitarian. No matter which way you looked at him, Stan "The Man" Musial was an outstanding example of what an individual could achieve and could become.
A six-hour public visitation for Hall of Famer Stan Musial, who died at the age of 92 on Saturday, brought thousands of people out to the Cathedral Basilica in St. Louis on Thursday.
Family, friends and fans gathered on Saturday to say goodbye to one of St. Louis' finest, Hall-of-Famer Stanley Frank Musial, who died a week ago at the age of 92.
Stan "The Man" Musial was granted one of the great honors of his long and distinguished life on Tuesday, when President Barack Obama presented him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House.