Your Turn: Ask a question of Hall of Famer Stan Musial

He’s known simply as The Man.

Stan Musial is on the short list of the best players ever to wear a major league uniform, a Hall of Famer who was as quick with his bat as he was with a smile for the fans at Busch Stadium during the 22 seasons he wore a Cardinals uniform.

The Cardinals are leading a movement to have President Obama award Musial the Presidential Medal of Freedom—the highest civilian honor a president can bestow. He’s certainly a deserving recipient for his contributions to the country on and off the field. Click here for information on the"Stand for Stan" campaign.

And now, Sporting News readers have an opportunity to ask Stan Musial a question. Anything you’ve ever wanted to know about his career, his teammates, his thoughts on baseball’s evolution, the special bond he shares with current Cardinals legend Albert Pujols or anything else you’d like to know. This baseball legend—our baseball legend—will be featured on the 5 Questions page of an upcoming issue of Sporting News magazine.

As you know, only five questions will make the cut. So be insightful, be nuanced and be thought-provoking with your inquiries. Send your questions to Ryan Fagan (rfagan@sportingnews.com) or Ken Bradley (kbradley@sportingews.com).

He’s known simply as The Man.

Stan Musial is on the short list of the best players ever to wear a major league uniform, a Hall of Famer who was as quick with his bat as he was with a smile for the fans at Busch Stadium during the 22 seasons he wore a Cardinals uniform.

The Cardinals are leading a movement to have President Obama award Musial the Presidential Medal of Freedom—the highest civilian honor a president can bestow. He’s certainly a deserving recipient for his contributions to the country on and off the field. Click here for information on the"Stand for Stan" campaign.

And now, Sporting News readers have an opportunity to ask Stan Musial a question. Anything you’ve ever wanted to know about his career, his teammates, his thoughts on baseball’s evolution, the special bond he shares with current Cardinals legend Albert Pujols or anything else you’d like to know. This baseball legend—our baseball legend—will be featured on the 5 Questions page of an upcoming issue of Sporting News magazine.

As you know, only five questions will make the cut. So be insightful, be nuanced and be thought-provoking with your inquiries. Send your questions to Ryan Fagan (rfagan@sportingnews.com) or Ken Bradley (kbradley@sportingews.com).

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