Click here for the Shop

Pittsburgh Pirates

All Time Second Baseman

Bill Mazeroski - 1960 World Series Winning Home Run, sepia ęPhotofile
Bill Mazeroski - 1960 World Series Winning Home Run, sepia ęPhotofile
Buy this Photo at

Bill Mazeroski

1956 - 1972

2163 games, 138 home runs, .260 batting average

Mazeroski will forever be remembered for slamming the walk-off World Series winning shot against the Yankees in game 7 of the 1960 World Series, but he had a distinguished 17-year Hall of Fame career. Primarily regarded as one of the slickest fielding second basemen in history, Maz won 8 Gold Glove awards and holds fielding records for the most seasons leading league in assists (nine), most seasons leading league in double plays (eight), most double plays in a single season (161 in 1966) and most career double plays (1,706). The seven time All Star's number 9 was retired in 1987.

For all things Baseball, Shop

Manager Danny Murtaugh
First Baseman Willie Stargell
Second Baseman Bill Mazeroski,
Third Baseman Pie Traynor
Shortstop Honus Wagner
Left Fielder Barry Bonds
Center Fielder Max Carey
Right Fielder Roberto Clemente
Catcher Jason Kendall
RH Pitcher Dock Ellis
LH Pitcher John Candelaria
Closer Roy Face

Babe Adams, Matty Alou, Jason Bay, Ginger Beaumont, Jay Bell, Kris Benson, Bobby Bonilla, Smoky Burgess, Dave Cash, Fred Clarke, Wilbur Cooper, Doug Drabek,Bob Elliott, Elbie Fletcher, Bob Friend,Josh Fogg, Brian Giles, Dave Giusti, Dick Groat, Harvey Haddix, Richie Hebner, Ralph Kiner, Vern Law, Tommy Leach, Sam Leever, Bill Madlock,Billy Meyer, Al Oliver, Dave Parker, Tony Pena, Oliver Perez, Deacon Phillippe, Pokey Reese, Armando Rios, Freddy Sanchez, Manny Sanguillen, Rip Sewell, Randall Simon, Rennie Stennett, Jeff Suppan, Kent Tekulve, Andy Van Slyke, Arky Vaughan, Bob Veale, Bill Virdon, Lloyd Waner, Paul Waner, Mike Williams, Vic Willis, Jack Wilson, Kevin Young, Richie Zisk

Subscribe To USA TODAY


Baseball Tickets I

Sirius Satellite Radio - Special Offer


All Time Teams     Best Teams    World Champions   HOF Members      1971 Champs    1960 Champs