#9 Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates Second Baseman
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Edition - Generation Two OYO minifigure. Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the NBHOF
In 1954, 17-year-old Bill Mazeroski signed with Pittsburgh as a shortstop and was promptly moved to second base by the Pirates' Branch Rickey. Mazeroski eventually became one of the best defensive second baseman in history with a lifetime .983 fielding percentage. The 10-time National League All-Star led the league in assists nine times, fielding percentage three times and double plays eight times. A consistent batter, with 2,016 career hits, Maz achieved hero status in Pittsburgh's 1960 Fall Classic against the Yankees, when he became the first player ever to end the World Series with a home run.
Each figure comes with a team cap, bat, glove, ball, stand, and unique OYO DNA number.
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