Stan Musial, 1920-2013, American baseball outfielder and first baseman, who spent 22 seasons in the Major League playing for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is considered one of the greatest and most consistent hitters in baseball history and was a first-ballot inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Cardinals Hall of Fame. He set national records in many categories and is one of only three men to hold the record for the most All-Star Games played. Stan Musial was awarded The Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest award a civilian can receive. He also became noted for his harmonica playing, a skill he acquired during his playing career. Here is a Stan Musial signed harmonica, autographed on both the harmonica and the harmonica case. It still has all the original Hohner documents with it and certification from AAU, for whom the harmonica and case was signed in-person.