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Stan Musial: “The Man’s” own story as told to Bob Broeg

First Edition | First Printing


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Signed by Stan Musial, the first edition of Stan Musial: “The Man’s” own story as told to Bob Broeg.

Octavo, vi, 328pp. Tan cloth, title in red and blue on spine. Stated “First Edition” on copyright page. Solid text block, bumped corners. Previous ownership bookplate affixed to front endpaper. “Damaged” label stamped in red to front free endpaper. In the publisher’s dust jacket, $4.95 retail price on front flap, faint foxing along folds, small chips and short closed tears. A very good example. Signed “Best wishes / Stan Musial” on the front free endpaper.

Stan Musial (1920-2013) was a Major League baseball player, playing first base and outfield for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1941-1944 and 1946-1963. He is considered one of the most reliable hitters in baseball history, being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1969. During his tenure with the Cardinals, he was named the league MVP three times and helped lead the team to three World Series pennants. In 2011, Musial was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He passed away in 2013.

Additional information

Location Published

Garden City


Doubleday & Company, Inc.


First Edition, First Printing

Date Published





Near Fine

Jacket Condition

Very Good


[Stan Musial]


[Stan Musial]