On This Day In Baseball History: July 25, 1962

Stan Musial


At Sportsman’s Park St. Louis legend Stan Musial passes Mel Ott for most all-time RBIs in the National League. Musial’s record-setting RBIs came off a two-run homer off of Don Drysdale. Musial would finish his career with 1,951 RBI, all came in the NL as a Cardinal. He would eventually be passes by Hank Aaron who would drive in 2,202 runs and Barry Bonds who would drive in 1,996. Musial’s 1,951 RBI put him in 7th place all-time.


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