He was on the winning side many times. But in 1968 at the Houston Astrodome, Willie Mays pretty much won the All-Star Game for the National League all by himself.
Mays led off the game in the first inning and singled off pitcher Luis Tiant. An errant pickoff throw by Tiant allowed Mays to reach second. Then a wild pitch sent Mays to third. He scored when Willie McCovey grounded into a double play. That was the only run of the game. The National League won 1-0 and Mays was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
Willie Mays' only World Series win was with the 1954 New York Giants.
Willie Mays won the NL batting title once, that being in 1954 when he hit .345.
Twice, in 1954 and again in 1965.
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He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in his first year of eligibility. He won the National League Most Valuable Player Award twice, in 1954 and 1965. He won 12 Gold Gloves, symbolic of excellent defense in the outfield. He was named Most Valuable Player of the All-Star Game twice, in 1963 and 1968.
No. In Game 1 of the 1954 World Series, the New York Giants' center fielder made a great throw to the infield that prevented two Cleveland Indians baserunners from making huge advances on the basepaths. The Giants went on to win the contest 5-2 in 10 innings and eventually swept the Indians in four games.
Did Willie Morris ever win any awards for the stories he published?
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Chuck Norris would ride in on a pack of llamas and annihilate Billy Mays. (R.I.P. Billy Mays)
One, for the New York Giants in 1954 against the Cleveland Indians. Mays played for losing teams in three other World Series, 1951 for the New York Giants against the New York Yankees, 1962 for the San Francisco Giants against the New York Yankees, and 1973 for the New York Mets against the Oakland Athletics.
Willie Mays BiographyBaseball Hall of FameWillie Mays Date of birth: May 6, 1931Print BiographyWhen Willie Mays was a little boy in Alabama, few might have imagined that the young boy playing sandlot ball would become a world-famous star athlete. One who did imagine it was the boy's father. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mays were athletic. Mr. Mays played baseball on the all-black teams of the segregated south, as had his father before him. Mrs. Mays had been a champion sprinter in her school.When Willie was growing up, his father worked in a steel mill, and played on a semi- professional team sponsored by the mill. He began teaching Willie to catch a ball even before he could walk. By 14, Willie joined his father on the mill team. His high school had no baseball team, so he played basketball and football, but before he finished high school, it became clear that baseball would be his career.Willie Mays began his professional career at age 16, playing with the Birmingham Black Barons in the segregated Negro Southern League. While his father avidly supported Willie's ambition to be a professional ball player, he also insisted his son finish high school. In his first year with the Barons, Willie was restricted to playing home games so he wouldn't miss school. The day he graduated from high school, he was signed by the New York Giants. First, the Giants sent Mays to their Class B farm team in Trenton, New Jersey, but he quickly advanced to their AAA farm club, the Minneapolis Millers. He was only 20 in 1951, when he received the phone call to join the Giants at the Polo Grounds in New York City.Mays got off to a rocky start in the majors, going hitless in his first 12 times at bat. Other managers might have panicked and sent the rookie back to the minors, but the Giants' Leo Durocher had faith in his young centerfielder, and Mays broke his hitless streak with a home run blasted over the left field roof.It took another 13 at-bats for Mays to get his second major league hit, but he soon got the knack of hitting major league pitching and hit another 19 home runs before the season was out. His spectacular fielding was already making headlines. In this first season, he made one of his most spectacular catches. Playing against Pittsburgh, he raced across the field to stop a 475-foot drive with his bare hand. His performance drove the team for the rest of the season. The Giants won the National League pennant that year.This promising career was briefly interrupted when Willie Mays was drafted into the Army. His team failed to win the pennant during the two seasons he was absent, but he returned to the Giants in 1954 to lead them into the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. The Giants won the Series in four straight games, the first of which turned on an extraordinary over-the-shoulder catch by Mays. Although this is still one of the most talked-about plays in baseball history, the personal favorite of Mays himself is an incredible flying catch he made in the 1955 All-Star game.Joe DiMaggio said Mays had the greatest throwing arm in baseball. Mays's 7095 putouts are the all-time record for an outfielder, but Mays excelled as a hitter as well. His career batting average was .302. For eight years running, he drove in more than 100 runs a year, and his 660 home runs put him in third place for the all-time home run record. He won the Gold Glove Award 12 times. He was voted Most Valuable Player in the National League in both 1954 and 1965. Small wonder one sportswriter remarked that "Willie Mays should play in handcuffs to even things up."When the Giants moved from New York to San Francisco in 1958, Mays had to struggle to win over a new hometown crowd. In 1962, he led the Giants to another pennant victory and, in 1964, became team captain. In 1966, the Giants signed him to a new contract, making him, for a time, the highest-paid player in the history of the game. While in San Francisco, he also made a reputation as a peacemaker, breaking up a bat-swinging fight between two players, and calming a potentially explosive situation that arose when the team manager made racially insensitive remarks to a sportswriter.In 1972, Willie Mays returned to New York to play for the Mets. During the baseball strike of that year, many players feared that veterans like Mays would not have the patience to see a long strike through. Even though he risked missing his last season, Mays was stalwart, and his solidarity with the younger players won him their renewed admiration. After hanging up his glove in 1973, Willie Mays remained for a time with the Mets organization, before becoming a public relations executive with Bally's Resorts and Colgate-Palmolive. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979.In 1986, Willie Mays returned to the San Francisco Giants organization, where he serves as special assistant to the president of the club. In 1993 the Giants made this a lifetime appointment. His position in the history of his sport will last even longer. In baseball, Willie Mays is one of the immortals.
On September 29, 1954, Mays probably made the greatest game-saving catch in World Series history as the centerfielder of the New York Giants. In Game 1 of the Fall Classic at the Polo Grounds in New York, the Cleveland Indians had runners on first and second in the top of the eighth inning during a 2-2 tie. There were no outs. When Cleveland slugger Vic Wertz hit a towering drive to dead center, Mays immediately began running with his back to the plate and caught the ball with an amazing over-the-head catch near the warning track.. But Mays has always been proudest of his quick whirlaround throw to the infield, which prevented Larry Doby, the Cleveland baserunner on second, from scoring on a sacrifice fly. The Indians failed to score in the inning, and the Giants went on to a 5-2 opening-game win. New York eventually swept Cleveland in four games, and the National League team captured its first world championship since 1933.
If you mean in the World Series, the New York Giants beat the Indians 4 games to 0. One of the highlights of the series was Willie Mays' spectacular over the shoulder catch of Vic Wertz's drive to centerfield some 460 feet from home plate in game one at the Polo Grounds. The score was tied 2-2 at the time and the Indians had two men on base. After the catch, Mays whirled around and made a great throw to prevent the runners from advancing. The Giants went on the win the game 5-2, then took the next three for the sweep.
Yes, He won the Heighsmen Trophy.
Once in 1985
they did win the game they lost
The game is not win-win
To win every game all you have to do is save the game and then play a match. If you win carry on and do the same again but if you lose restart the game until you win. HOPE THIS HELPS
first u play the game then u win and thata how u win
He's not. Fired overnight in Anaheim after a Mets win.
You can win every game only in your dreams.
Which game? I think I would win.