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Willie MaysWillie Mays

Willie Mays just might be the greatest all-around baseball player ever. In 22 professional seasons “The Say Hey Kid” went to 20 All-Star games, proved to be one of the greatest defensive players in the game with 12 Gold Gloves, earned two NL MVPs, won a World Series and hit an impressive .302 with 3,283 hits and 660 home runs. He had speed, he had power, he had the ability to track down fly balls, could throw the ball anywhere he needed to get the ball; he did it all. Mays led the majors four-straight years in stolen bases from 1956 to 1958. He led the league in home runs four times, twice topping 50 home runs back in the 1950s and 1960s where nobody was hitting that many home runs, and led the league in triples three times. He was the definition of a five-tool player.

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