Willie Mays

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Noun1.Willie Mays - United States baseball player (born in 1931)
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Annette ought to be horse sometimes and not always driver; and Willie may as well make up his mind to let Marion build her house by his, for she will do it, and he needn't fuss about it.
First Base George Sisler / Stan Musial (tie) Second Base Charlie Gehringer Third Base Harold "Pie" Traynor Shortstop Joe Cronin Left Field Ted Williams Center Field Joe DiMaggio Right Field Willie Mays Catcher Bill Dickey Pitcher (RHP) Bob Feller Pitcher (LHP) Robert "Lefty" Grove Manager Charles "Casey" Stengel Greatest Living Player--Joe DiMaggio Of course, it was not an honor intended to be perpetuated.
McCovey made his major league debut at age 21 on July 30, 1959 and played alongside the other Willie -- Hall of Famer Willie Mays -- into the 1972 season before Mays was traded to the New York Mets that May.
The Hometown All Stars learn all about hotdogs, maps, fingers up, fingers down, train tunnels, Willie Mays, #24 and how to catch 3 different types of pop fly balls.
Springer received the inaugural Willie Mays Award for series most valuable player after batting .379 with five homers in the seven-game series against Los Angeles.
Residents at The Whitehall, a high-rise co-op in Riverdale that opened in 1970 and has been home to Ed Sullivan and Willie Mays, are watching contractors put the finishing touches on one of New York City's largest and most innovative apartment building amenities --a landscaped, park-like green rooftop encompassing more than two-thirds of an acre.
23,2013, agreement allegedly was secured by Honus Wagner, Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle baseball cards and a 50 percent stake in the Charles Conlon Collection of historic sports images.
1954: The Year Willie Mays and the First Generation of Black Superstars Changed Major League Baseball Forever
I could find Major League Baseball Hall of Famers such as Willie Mays or Yogi Berra to talk about the sports steroid scandal.
The duos other productions included 1967 animated feature "Mad Monster Party"; "ThunderCats," a half-hour that ran from 1985-89 and was revived in 2011-12; a 1977 animated rendition of "The Hobbit" that received a Peabody Award; and the 1972 hourlong special "Willie Mays and the Say-Hey Kid."
He is six homers behind Willie Mays for fourth on the MLB all-time list.