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Maury Wills

Maury Wills was a star football quarterback and baseball pitcher for Cardozo High School (Washington, D.C.), and was signed to a contract by the National League Brooklyn (later Los Angeles) Dodgers in 1950. He batted both right- and left-handed and threw right-handed. He played for their minor league teams (1951-59) as a second baseman before he ... See full bio »

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1973 MLB All-Star Game
1973 MLB All-Star Game Himself - Color Commentator
The Match Game
The Match Game Team Captain
Dream Girl of '67
Dream Girl of '67 Himself - Bachelor Judge


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 1993 The Sandlot
 1979 USA Thursday Game of the Week (TV Series)
 1973 The Black 6
Coach Edwards
 1973 Adam's Rib (TV Series)
- Katey at the Bat (1973) ... Coach
 1969 Get Smart (TV Series)
- The Apes of Rath (1969) ... Roberts
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5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Broke Ty Cobb's single season record for stolen bases (96) in 1962 with 104 steals and won the National League's Most Valuable Player award. See more »

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