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Willie Mays Net Worth

Willie Mays Net Worth

How rich is Willie Howard Mays?

Willie Howard Mays Net Worth:
$3 Million

Birth date: May 6, 1931
Birth place: Westfield, Alabama, USA
Height:5' 11" (1.8 m)
Weight:82 kg
Profession: Soundtrack
Nationality: American
Spouse: Mae Louise Allen, Margherite Wendell Chapman
Children: Michael Mays
Parents: Annie Satterwhite, William Howard Mays
Awards: National League Most Valuable Player Award, Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year
Movies: Willie Mays and the Say-Hey Kid

Source: Wikipedia

Willie Howard Mays net worth, wiki & biography:

Mays spent most of his baseball career with the San Francisco Giants and New York Giants. Mays finished his career together with the New York Mets. From 1951 through 1957, Mays played with the New York Giants. Afterward from 1958 through 1972, he played with the San Francisco Giants. In May 1972, Willie Mays was traded to the New York Mets in exchange for the pitcher Charlie Williams and cash consideration. Mays only agreed to the deal because during that time, the San Francisco Giants franchise was losing a lot of money plus they cannot ensure income for Mays after the latter’s retirement. Additionally, Mays was offered using a coaching position with Mets after his retirement.

Willie Mays Net Worth $3 Million

Mays has won two MVP awards and has participated in 24 All Star Games. In 1999, he was hailed by the Sporting News as second in the list of100 Best Baseball Players. This made him the highest rank living player today. Willie Howard Mays, Jr. was born on May 6, 1931 in Westfield, Alabama. He married twice. His first union was with Margherite Wendell Chapman in 1971 but in 1962 or 1963, the couple divorced. In 1956, he married Mae Louise Allen. The couple has an adopted son together named Michael.

Is Willie Mays's Net Worth Deserved?

  • Darrell aWilliam

    unless you saw him day in day out year after year no one comes close to him. His career was nothing but the best of the best. Every team had bonafide super stars. Greatest era of pitchers Gibson , Koufax, Spahn, etc. Look it up. Played everyday 100% Not just him Aaron, Clemente, Mantle etc. Hands down “THE BEST”. All round superstar whatever it took. There are few today closest old school is Trout, Mc Cutchen.. There are only a few that bring it everyday. Play for the money, not pride or love of the game. Starting 1954 when the Negro Leagues were raided did a rash of super stars come forth ….. check it out

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