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Willie Mays - The Willie Mays Story Album

Willie Mays - The Willie Mays Story Album
Performer: Willie Mays
Title: The Willie Mays Story
Country: US
Style:Interview
Released: 1964
Catalog number: M-7679
Label: Sports Champions, Inc.
MP3 album szie: 2064 mb
FLAC album size: 2244 mb

Tracklist

1The Willie Mays Story

Notes

Sports interview record with player information, a photo, and statistics printed on reverse side. There were 16 records in this set which were available through a 1964 mail-in promotion from Milk Duds candy or Meadow Gold milk.

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Auravision
  • Record Company – Columbia Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sports Champions, Inc.

Short intro

Willie Howard Mays Jr. born May 6, 1931, nicknamed The Say Hey Kid, is an American former professional baseball center fielder, who spent almost all of his 22-season Major League Baseball MLB career playing for the New YorkSan Francisco Giants, before finishing with the New York Mets. He is regarded as one of the greatest baseball players of all time and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979. Willie Mays began his professional baseball career in the Negro Leagues before joining the New York Giants in 1951. Celebrated for his superb all-around play, he was twice named MVP and finished among the all-time leaders in home runs and hits. Mays was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1979 and later became a special assistant to the Giants organization. was born on May 6, 1931, in the African American mill town of Westfield, Alabama. The only child of Willie Sr. a semi-pro ballplayer nicknamed Cat, and Annie Satterwhite, a champion high school sprinter, Mays grew up under the close watch of two aunts after his parents separated. Willie MaysThe Catch. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Willie Mays story. Shapiro, Milton J. Publication date. Mays, Willie, 1931-. New York, J. inlibrary printdisabled internetarchivebooks china. Digitizing sponsor. Internet Archive. Willie Mays. Position: Centerfielder. Bats: Right , Throws: Right. Voted by BBWAA on 409432 ballots View Willie Mays's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame plaque, photos, videos. Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1951 season. Full Name: Willie Howard Mays. Nicknames: Say Hey Kid. View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. Hall of Fame. 2x MVP. Rookie of the Year. 24x All-Star. 1954 World Series. Willie Mays said that Giants Manager Leo Durocher, right, was a father figure. Still, when he lights on a pleasing baseball memory, his eyes widen, his laugh becomes a whinny and years melt from his face. His first marriage ended in a public divorce I never had what you call a private life, he said and his second wife, Mae, learned in 1997, at age 59, that she had Alzheimers disease. For years, he was subject to troubling accusations, especially from Jackie Robinson, that as a prominent black man, Mays did not do enough for the cause of civil rights. Enjoy Fast Flat-Rate Shipping On Any Size Order. Find the Latest in Willie Mays collectible merchandise at . Historical Willie Mays Milestones. Former San Francisco Giants centerfielder Willie Mays is one of the greatest players in the long history of Major League Baseball. He was a five-tool player and one of the most remarkable athletes that league has ever seen. Mays or The Say Hey Kid helped lead the Giants to a World Series title in 1954 when the Giants were still playing in New York. 24 CF. Summary Stats News Awards Shop. Willie Mays does not have any MLB stats for the season. Willie Mays Bio. Fullname: Willie Howard Mays. Nickname: Say Hey. Born: 5061931 in Westfield, AL. Willie Mays has often been described as the finest all-around baseball player ever to pick up a bat. During his 22-year-long professional ballplaying career, most of it with the Giants of New York and San Francisco, Mays displayed superlative skill in every aspect of the game. He hit for average, hit for power, stole bases, played center field with almost magical grace, and set several records for durability. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the name Willie Mays was a synonym for baseball excellence, and he remains the standard against which young players measure their versatility on the ball