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Side 1 Stan-The-Man's
 Hit Record
Side 1 Stan-The-Man's Hit Record

1963 Phillips 66 Stan The Man's Hit Record newspaper ad.
Phillips 66 Stan The Man's Hit Record newspaper ad


  1963 RCA Phillips 66 Stan The Man's Hit Record
 
Stan The Man's Hit Record
 Stan The Man's Hit Record
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1963
  • RECORD LABEL - RCA Victor
  • SPEED -  33 1/3 RPM
  • SIZE - 12" Long Playing album
  • PRICE GUIDE - $20.-$35.
    (with Instruction Booklet)
    Excellent - Near Mint Condition
 SIDE 1
  • A1 Take Me Out To The Ballgame
  • A2 Play By Play: 3000th Hit
  • A3 Instruction
SIDE 2
  • B1 Play By Play: All-Star GW HR
  • B2 Instruction
  • B3 Play By Play: NL Hit Record
 
 
NOTES:
 
    Produced by Stan-The-Man Inc., and Pressed by RCA Records, "Stan-The-Man's Hit Record" was released April 30, 1963. The 33 1/3 LP album was accompanied with the Stan-The-Man's Hit Record Batting Instructions booklet. Both were made available at Phillips 66 gas stations, Free with a minimum fill of 8 gallons of gas, and continued as long as the supply of records lasted. The offer varied from station to station. Some Phillips 66 Gas Station dealers made the record available for $1.00.

 "To Help you be a Big League batter," the 44 minute recording features Stan Musial with Joe Garagiola. In his own words, Stan Musial tells you how to grip the bat, stand, swing, bunt-all the batting secrets that make Stan a 7-tIme National League champion. While Stan tells you how to hit...he also shows you how in the booklet of 21 action pictures included with every record. In addition, this exciting album features highlights of actual game broadcasts, such as Stan's 300th hit on May 13, 1958, his home run that won the 1955 All-Star Game, and when he surpassed Honus Wagner for the National League hit record by picking up career hit 3,431.st hit. The Back cover lists his 46 batting records at the end of 1962.

 
 
Stan-The-Man's Hit Record
Stan-The-Man's Hit Record side 2 Stan The Man Hit Record back Stan-The-Man's Hit Record side 1
Stan-The-Man's
Hit Record side 1
Stan-The-Man's
Hit Record Back Cover
Stan-The-Man's
Hit Record side 2

Stan-The-Man's Hit Record Batting Instruction Book
Stan The Man's Hit Record Instruction Book Stan Musial Shows batting Grip Stan Musial Batting Instructions booklet
Stan-The-Man's Hit Record Instruction Book Cover Stan Musial Shows
batting Grip
Stan Musial Batting Instructions booklet
Stan The Man's Hit Recod booklet Phillips 66 Stan Musial premium record Stan Musial Phillips Premium manual 
Stan The Man's
 Hit Record booklet
Phillips 66 Stan Musial premium record Phillips 66 Stan Musial Premium Manual

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