Willie Mays, the “Say Hey Kid” Turns 90

Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player Willie Mays celebrated his 90th birthday. He joined the league in 1951 when it still was not widely accepted for African Americans to play professional baseball. Mays showed with class, yes they can. Not only that, but they could dominate the sport, and he did just that. Mays dominated the sport on offense, defense and on the base paths.

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