Say hey: the autobiography of Willie Mays

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Simon & Schuster, Limited, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 286 pages
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The legendary athlete discusses his greatest plays, his greatest teammates and opponents, his personal life, his days in the Negro Leagues, contemporary baseball, and his most bitter moment in major league baseball

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User Review  - rocketjk - LibraryThing

The book is OK and entertaining as far as it goes. Perhaps the most enlightening section is Mays' description of his childhood and of his early days playing in the Negro Leagues while still a teenager ... Read full review

Say hey: the autobiography of Willie Mays

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Mays was a rookie outfielder when Bobby Thomson's home run won the National League pennant for the New York Giants. Twenty-three years later, he ended his career in New York as a Met. In the ... Read full review


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