Maury Wills has been inducted into the Legends of Dodger Baseball and honored for being the franchise’s career stolen base leader and 1962 National League MVP.
The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Maury Wills will become the fourth member of the “Legends of Dodger Baseball,” joining Steve Garvey, Don Newcombe and Fernando Valenzuela, who each were part of the inaugural class in 2019. The Legends of Dodger Baseball is in recognition of franchise greats and...
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Longtime Dodgers speedster Maury Wills was named to the “Legends of Dodger Baseball,” which honors players in the franchise for both on and off-field work. Wills will be honored in absentia before Saturday’s game against the Reds. Wills is the fourth member to be honored in “Legends...
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Earlier this month, the 16 members of the Hall of Fame’s Golden Days Era Committee identified two former Dodger stars among 10 select players to be considered for induction: Gil Hodges and Maury Wills. These two players are synonymous with Dodger teams of the 1950s and 1960s, the “Golden Days Era,” and are certainly deserving of consideration for induction.
Three former Dodgers are on the Golden Days Era ballot for a chance to make the Baseball Hall of Fame. Dick Allen, Maury Wills, and Gil Hodges are part of the 10-man ballot that will be voted on by the Golden Days Committee. Results will be announced December 5th. The...
The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced former Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers Maury Wills and Gil Hodges will be considered for election with the Class of 2022 via the Golden Days Era Committee. Dick Allen, who played one season for the Dodgers, is also being considered as part of...
But one of the biggest names has just agreed to answer questions from Dodgers Dugout readers: Maury Wills, whom readers voted the 12th-greatest Dodger of all time in 2018 and in 2020 voted Wills breaking the stolen base record as the 10th-greatest moment in Dodger history. Wills is credited by many with bringing the stolen base back to baseball.