Willie Mays Dies In MLB History, ‘The Catch’

Willie Mays (face), a legend of the San Francisco Giants of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), has died at the age of 93. The San Francisco club said on the 18th (local time) that Mays, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1979, peacefully closed his eyes.

Mays was called the best outfielder in MLB history with three offense and defense players. Since his debut with the New York Giants, the former San Francisco Giants, in 1951, he has been in the big league for 23 years. He hit .301 with 660 home runs, 1909 RBIs and 339 steals, and won two National League MVP awards and 12 Gold Gloves. 토토사이트 순위

In Game 1 of the 1954 World Series, he ran several tens of meters towards the fence and displayed fantastic defense by catching the opponent’s ball with his back. This defense scene is called “The Catch.”

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