2013 Cardinal Yearbook Celebrates Stan Musial

News Release
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (September 09, 2013) – Today, the St. Louis Cardinals released the Official 2013 Yearbook themed around the greatest Cardinal of them all, Stan “The Man” Musial.
This year, the annual publication celebrates Stan’s baseball brilliance and exemplary character with more than 250 pages of classic Musial moments. Chronicling his career one season at a time, the yearbook is the most detailed, official tribute to Musial’s legacy featuring scores of rare photos from the club’s archives and baseball’s best photo collections.
“This yearbook captures the extraordinary impact of Stan’s legacy unlike anything ever presented before,” said Steve Zesch, Director of Cardinals Publications. “It’s packed with details on all of the big games, record-setting performances and off-the-field experiences that distinguished Stan’s tremendous career. This is a must have for every Musial devotee and citizen of Cardinal Nation.”
The keepsake publication also includes a special introduction from national columnist Joe Posnanski, author of the widely acclaimed 2010 Sports Illustrated cover story on Musial.
In addition to the definitive account of Musial’s career, the Official 2013 Cardinals Yearbook includes action photos and studio portraits of all members of the 2013 roster, making it the perfect souvenir for any Cardinals fan.
Yearbooks are on sale now for $15 at Busch Stadium gates, the official Team Store and at many area retailers including QuikTrip, Walgreens, Cardinals Clubhouse stores, Wal-Mart, area grocery stores and Johnny Mac’s Sporting Goods. Fans can also call 314.345.9303 or go online to cardinals.com/yearbook. Digital editions of the 2013 Yearbook are also available to download for $10.

source: St.Louis Cardinals

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