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Willie Mays’s height is 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

Willie Howard Mays, Jr., nicknamed “The Say Hey Kid” is a retired American Major League Baseball center fielder who spent almost all of his 22 season career playing for the New York and San Francisco Giants before finishing with the New York Mets.

Willie Mays

Best Known For Movie: Willie Mays and the Say-Hey Kid
Born: May 6, 1931 , Westfield, Alabama, United States
Filmography: The Colgate Comedy Hour (1954), Westfield Struggles to Success (2014), Prime 9 (2009-2011), Charlie Rose (2010), The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (2010), 2008 MLB All-Star Game (2008), 2007 MLB All-Star Game (2007), The Republic of Baseball: The Dominican Giants of the American Game (2006), Costas Now (2006), The Top 5 Reasons You Can’t Blame… (2005), ESPN 25: Who’s #1? (2005), ESPN SportsCentury (2000-2004), 100 Years of the World Series (2003), The Tim McCarver Show (2002), Here’s to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years (2000), Michael Jordan to the Max (2000), Joe DiMaggio: The Final Chapter (2000), ABC 2000: The Millennium (1999), Up Close Primetime (1998), Comic Relief: Baseball Relief ’93 (1993), 1992 MLB All-Star Game (1992), This Week in Baseball’s Greatest Plays (1991), Baseball’s Greatest Hits (1990), The Golden Decade of Baseball (1990), Mr. Belvedere (1989), My Two Dads (1989), A Giants History: The Tale of Two Cities (1987), When Nature Calls (1985), 1977 MLB All-Star Game (1977), The Way It Was (1974-1976), Sammy and Company (1975), Dinah! (1974-1975), Today (1974), 1973 World Series (1973), 1973 National League Championship Series (1973), 1973 MLB All-Star Game (1973), Golf for Swingers (1973), The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie (1972), 1972 MLB All-Star Game (1972), 1971 National League Championship Series (1971), 1971 MLB All-Star Game (1971), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1965-1970), 1970 MLB All-Star Game (1970), Della (1970), The Joe Namath Show (1969), 1969 MLB All-Star Game (1969), The Joey Bishop Show (1969), 1968 MLB All-Star Game (1968), The First Annual All Star-Celebrity Softball Game (1967), 1967 MLB All-Star Game (1967), The Hollywood Palace (1964-1967), Bewitched (1966), 1966 MLB All-Star Game (1966), The Donna Reed Show (1964-1966), 1965 MLB All-Star Game (1965), 1964 MLB All-Star Game (1964), A Man Named Mays (1963), 1963 MLB All-Star Game (1963), 1962 World Series (1962), What’s My Line? (1954-1962), 1961 MLB All-Star Game No.1 (1961), Home Run Derby (1960), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1958), 1958 MLB All-Star Game (1958), The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (1958), The Ed Sullivan Show (1955-1957), 1957 MLB All-Star Game (1957), 1956 MLB All-Star Game (1956), The NBC Comedy Hour (1956), 1955 MLB All-Star Game (1955), 1954 World Series (1954), Tonight! (1954), The Colgate Comedy Hour (1954), 1954 MLB All-Star Game (1954), 1951 World Series (1951), Prime 9 (2011), A Hall for Heroes: The Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction of 1939 (2010), DHL Presents Major League Baseball Hometown Heroes (2006), ESPN 25: Who’s #1? (2005), 2004 World Series (2004), ESPN SportsCentury (2003), The Curse of the Bambino (2003), Summer of Sam (1999), The Fifties (1997), Baseball (1994), Malcolm X (1992), The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (1992), When It Was a Game (1991), World Wide ’60 (1960).
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Baseball Player
Spouse: Mae Louise Allen (m. 1971–2013)
Position: Center fielder
Children: Michael Mays
Parents: Annie Satterwhite, William Howard Taft
Height: 5ft 11in (1.8 m)
First Name: Willie
Middle Name: Howard
Last Name: Mays
Birth Full Name: Willie Howard Mays
Other Names: Say Hey
Birthplace: Westfield, AL
Weight: 170 lbs (77.1 kg)
Nationality: American
High School: Fairfield Industrial (Fairfield, AL)
Willie Mays Quote: I was a baseball player, I taught baseball, and all of a sudden I was in the business world. Now I used the baseball world to talk about their product. Not too much, just enough to keep going. Just be yourself and you’ll never have a problem. That’s what I did. View More Willie Mays Quotes

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