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Big Al Album: St. Louis & California

Big Al Owens, the Big Rig Trucker, shares another great album, with baseball photos from the beer & baseball center, St. Louis, MO, and an outlyer taken on a freeway in California. They're all bundled together for an entertainer look at what's going on in America today and whenever Big Al was on a freeway somewhere in California. Click on the headline to see them all, now - CM

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Big Al is in St. Louis, MO, with Stan the Man Bat

2016-07-17 - Busch Stadium, 700 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102 - Photo by Innocent Bystander.
An Innocent Bystander
captured this rare shot of Stan the Man Musial securing additional notoriety in the hands of America's and Adair County's famed Big Rig Trucker, Big Al Owens.

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Big Al in St. Louis, MO: With Jack the Ripper

2016-07-17 - St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame, 700 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, MO - Photo by Innocent Bystander.
Jack Anthony Clark, aka "Jack the Ripper," signs a baseball of Big Al Owens, Columbia, KY, aka Big Al Owens, the Big Rig Trucker. For more on Jack the Ripper, see For more on Big Al Owens, search

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