Willie Mays was a center fielder
Willie Mays played for the Giants from 1951 -1972, and played for the New York Mets from 1972 - 1973
Willie Mays and Willie McCovey played for many years together.. from 1959 until 1972 when Mays was traded to the New York Mets.
Hank Aaron, and Willie Mays were never teammates but they did play against each other.
Willie Mays was an outfielder, and played a lot in center. Late in his career he did play first base from time to time.
Mays was with the San Francisco Giants.
Willie Mays started his baseball career playing for the New York Giants. He made his major league debut on May 25, 1951
Willie Mays played 22 seasons (1951-52, 1954-73). He missed most of the 1952 season and all of the 1953 season because of military duty.
Willie Mays made his Major League debut on May 25, 1951 with the New York Giants.
Willie Mays was an outfielder, and he often played in center. Late in his career he played a few games at first base
He played centerfield. Near the end of his career, he played some games as a first baseman.
He threw righthanded and batted righthanded.
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Willie Mays debuted on May 25, 1951, playing for the New York Giants at Polo Grounds IV; he played his final game on September 9, 1973, playing for the New York Mets at Shea Stadium.
2, the Giants and the Mets.
The New York Mets
Willie Mays played 22 seasons between 1951-1973 for the Giants (1951-1952, 1954-1972) and Mets (1972-1973). Mays was drafted into the US Army in 1952 and missed most of that season and all of the 1953 season.
The greatest play in baseball history is an opinion but some people believe that Willie Mays' catch off of Vic Wertz's 450 foot drive at the Polo Grounds is one of the best ever.
Mays played for the Trenton Giants of the Interstate League in 1950 at the age of 19. He batted .353 in 81 games.
Willie Mays played 22 seasons in MLB: 1951-1952 and 1954-1971: New York/San Francisco Giants 1972: San Francisco Giants and New York Mets 1973: New York Mets
He played centerfield and several games at first base.