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San Francisco Giants

All Time Center Fielder

Willie Mays

1951 - 1973

2992 games, 660 home runs, .302 batting average

A strong candidate as the best all around baseball player to ever put on a uniform, Mays' 660 career homers ranks 4th most in Major League history behind Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, and godson Barry Bonds. The 12-time Gold Glove winner appeared in 24 All-Star Games after winning the 1951 Rookie of the Year award and was named NL MVP in 1954 and 1965. Mays is Giants all-time leader in games (2,857), at-bats (10,477), runs (2,011), hits (3,187), doubles (504), home runs (646), total bases (5,907) and extrabase hits (1,289).

Willie Mays Rookie Baseball Card

Manager John McGraw
First Baseman Willie McCovey
Second Baseman Jeff Kent
Third Baseman Matt Williams
Shortstop Rich Aurilia
Left Fielder Barry Bonds
Center Fielder Willie Mays
Right Fielder Mel Ott
Catcher Roger Bresnahan
RH Pitcher Christy Mathewson
LH Pitcher Carl Hubbell
Closer Rube Marquard

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