Stan “The Man” Musial, Dividend Stock Investing, And The Inner Drive

Earlier this year, one of the most revered figures in St. Louis history died. If you are from the Midwest, or are a baseball fan of a certain age, you already know the person I’m talking about: Stan “The Man” Musial.

Describing his ball-playing abilities, Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick called Musial baseball’s “perfect warrior” and “perfect knight.” A look at some of his statistics can explain why: he won the MVP award in 1943, 1946, and 1948; he had 3,630 career hits (and equal number away and at home), 725 doubles, 177 triples (wow), and 475 home runs; he had a batting average above the .300 mark for sixteen straight seasons; he had a career batting average of .331; he was never ejected from a game in his entire career; he won the World Series in 1942, 1944, and 1946; he spent his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals; … Read the rest of this article!