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Stan “The Man” Musial – The Passing of a Legend

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Friday, January.25/2013

Stan Musial is 2nd  (Aaron) ALL-Time for Total Bases with 6134. of them for his Career..  He is 3rd ALL-Time with 1377 XBH.  He also is 5th ALL-Time in RBI with 1951 (1 ahead of A-ROD) and 8th in Runs Scored with 1949.

Stan Musial is 2nd (Aaron) ALL-Time for Total Bases with 6134 for his career. He is 3rd ALL-Time with 1377 XBH. He also is 5th ALL-Time in RBI with 1951 (1 ahead of A-ROD) and 8th in Runs Scored with 1949.  His 3630 Career Hits also put him in 4th Place ALL-Time.  He is in 3rd Place for Doubles with 725.  He is also in the top 10 for Games Played and Plate Appearances.

By Landen Crouch ( Cardinals Correspondent)

The most iconic figure in the history of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise will be laid to rest on Saturday. Stan “The Man” Musial died on January 19 in his home in Ladue, MO, just minutes away from a city that loved him dearly. All of Cardinals nation was in mourning over the weekend as the news spread. Current Cardinals Center Fielder Jon Jay tweeted his condolences to the Musial family.



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Tim Hudson: Could 2013 Be His Final Year In Baseball?

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Tuesday January 22nd, 2013

Tim Hudson has been the definition of consistent over the past decade.  His record with the Atlanta Braves is 105-68 (..618) with a 3.52 ERA.  Hudson's Athletics days included a 92-39 Record (.706) and a 3.30 ERA.

Tim Hudson has been the definition of consistent over the past decade. His record with the Atlanta Braves is 105-68 (.618) with a 3.52 ERA. Hudson’s Athletics days included a 92-39 Record (.706) and a 3.30 ERA. At 37 Years old, how many years does he have left?

By Jake Dal Porto (MLB Reports Baseball Writer)

When we think of consistency, there are a handful of names that come to mind. No, I’m not talking about consistency over a brief period of time. Rather, over a good part of the last decade. One name that comes to mind quite quickly is Tim Hudson (3.37 ERA, 126 ERA+ since 2002). But the same Tim Hudson that’s been nothing short of rock solid since the beginning of 2002, is beginning to decline, which fashions only one daunting question.

Will 2013 be his final year in baseball?

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