MLB icon Willie Mays dies at 93; Patrick Mahomes tops Prisco’s 100; Oilers force Game 6

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⚾ MLB legend Willie Mays dies at 93

The baseball world lost a true legend on Tuesday. Willie Mays, one of the greatest baseball players ever, died at the age of 93. Mays, also known as the “Say Hey Kid,” was a 24-time MLB All-Star, two-time NL MVP and won a World Series with the New York Giants in 1954.

After beginning his career with the Birmingham Black Barons of the Negro Leagues, Mays signed with the Giants in 1950, but his career was quickly put on pause due to being drafted into the Korean War in 1951.

When he returned for the 1954 season, Mays won the NL MVP and led the Giants to a World Series. That kicked off a legendary career that went on for 23 more seasons, and Mays still ranks near the top of the MLB record books in a number of categories.

3,292 hits (13th all-time)660 home runs (6th all-time)1,909 RBI (12th all-time)6,080 total bases (4th…..

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