Legendary former Los Angeles Dodgers baseball player who was manager of Naranjeros de Hermosillo dies | News from Mexico

SEDONA, USA. Last Monday he passed away at his 89 years old Maury Willslegendary former baseball player who shone in MLB baseball, especially as an element of Los Angeles Dodgers.

According to reports, Wills died at his home in Sedona, Arizona, earlier this week, who lived in that city even though he was born in Washington DC, thousands of miles away.

The Los Angeles Dodgers, as well as other teams from MLB in which he played Willslamented the death who was one of the best base stealers of his time.

Similarly, the Naranjeros of Hermosillo mourned the death of Maury Willsbecause the American was manager of that team Mexican Pacific League. He even gave the title to the Sonoran club in the season 1970-1971.

The legendary career of Maury Wills in MLB

As a baseball player in the Major Leagues, Maury Wills He participated seven times in the All-Star Game, won the World Series three times, won an MVP award, won two gold gloves and won seven stolen base titles.

The man from the capital, who also played for Pittsburgh Pirates y Montreal exposhad a lifetime batting average of .281, had 2,134 hits, hit 20 home runs and stole 586 bases.

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