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Willie Mays was an all-star left fielder who spent his entire 20-year career with the New York Mets. The youngest player to be chosen as an all-star, he is considered the greatest center fielder of all time. Mays won four gold gloves and a world championship with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1955. He finished his career with a.293 average, 2270 hits, and 996 RBI's.
In business for himself, Holgerson sold insurance while playing in Los Angeles during the off season. In 1958, he returned to Brooklyn as a member of the Mets' staff when they moved back to New York City. He served as a coach for most of his time with the team, but did play in 61 games in 1962, batting.275 with 12 homers and 58 RBI's.
Mays signed this ball while visiting Washington, D.C. in January 1964. It was given to him by Rawlings as part of a promotional campaign that included several other balls signed by various players including Bob Gibson, Jim Palmer, and Sandy Koufax.
Willie Mays autographed baseball with PSA/DNA certification. Beautiful ball and autograph, as depicted! Beautiful!! Willie Mays-Signed Rawlings National League Baseball-JSA Letter Hello, Holgram... Mays' signature is evident on this beautiful game ball, which features his full name and number 24 in red ink. He signed it on the fly ball side near the bottom left corner.
Mays played 19 seasons in the Major Leagues, all with the San Francisco Giants. The first two years of his career, he spent time with their minor league team in Oakland. In 1954, Mays made his debut with the Giants and over the next seven seasons, he won three Gold Gloves at third base. Mays had his best year in 1955, when he hit for a high average (.292) with 33 home runs and 102 RBIs. He finished second to the Chicago Cubs' Ted Williams in MVP voting that season.
After finishing second twice more, Mays won the award in 1960 and 1961. In 1962, Mays broke into the National Hockey League when the Los Angeles Kings selected him with the first overall pick in the amateur draft. However, he never played a game for them because at the end of the season, he returned to baseball.
In February 1964, the Giants sold Mays to the New York Mets.
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Hank Aaron and Willie Mays signed the same card for the first time in 2003 Topps Stadium Club Co-Signers Hank Aaron and Willie Mays dual autograph. They were first and third in career home runs at the time it was released. The card is now worth about $80,000.
They signed again four years later with the same result. It's now considered one of the most valuable baseball cards ever sold at auction. The card earned its owner over $1 million.
Mays had 1,904 hits during his career. He was a five-time MVP winner and the only player to hit over.300 three times in a season. Aaron broke the record held by Mays with 755 home runs over the course of his career. He was also a five-time MVP winner and the leader in many other batting categories including hits (1,973), total bases (5,987), extra-base hits (969), and RBIs (1,844).
Both men passed away within a few months of each other in December 2015. They were both 75.
Their cards are now in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.