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Jon Paul Morosi on the passing of baseball legend Stan Musial.
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John Paul -- reporting for foxsports.com. Baseball lost one of its greatest players. America lost one of the greatest citizens Saturday win all papers you'll died at the age of 92. Now there are so many things you'd think about calling it like -- deal but I'd like to highlight one right here. He did not play all. 45 season. While serving his country verbal war to. He's stepped away from the sport at the height of his career -- and service country. When he turned 1946. He won the -- BP. Below at St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series. That right there -- summarizes. Certainly. Any players a generation Ted Williams certainly Joseph DiMaggio as well Bob Feller notably. Who stepped away from the sport to serve their country. Certainly the usual and it. -- thirdly. That tremendous tribute to him as a person. Obviously. Routes editor is it was a chip and that story. Achievement for pro -- Very very humble roots to obviously at the end of life. Receiving the presidential medal of freedom from president Bob coaches they'll. Basically the greatest honor to be bestowed upon in our country. So this is not just a great player. Great fit somebody orders to agent country and -- the -- Light. Years and built it. The owner than it was Cardinals. -- -- the Bulls -- a little late Saturday and passing. Those that weren't good at everything. That. -- deserve the adulation that he has now and we'll have forever rarity to accomplish in baseball.