- 2B, 3B
- September 5, 1936
- 5' 11"
- 183 lbs
- Major League Debut:
- 7-07-1956 with PIT
- Allstar Selections:
- 1958 GG, 1960 BR, 1960 GG, 1960 ML, 1961 GG, 1963 GG, 1964 GG, 1965 GG, 1966 GG, 1967 GG
- Hall of Fame:
Where does Bill Mazeroski rank among baseball greats?
Bill Mazeroski ranks among the Top 50 all-time at 2B. Rankings
Bill Mazeroski All Time Teammates:
Bill Mazeroski Teammates
Best Season: 1966
Maz played every game and committed just eight errors. His fielding average of .992 was one of the best in history, and he led the league in chances, assists, and putouts by a second baseman as well. Offensively he hit essentially his career average (.262), with a low OBP (.296 - basically his career average), but he hit 16 homers and had 45 extra-base hits, one of his best totals ever.
William Stanley Mazeroski was born on September 5, 1936, in Wheeling, WV.
Major League Debut
Granny Hamner, Frank White
Dick Groat, Ozzie Smith
1960 World Series
1970 National League Championship Series
1971 National League Championship Series
1971 World Series
1972 National League Championship Series
Awards and Honors
1958 NL Gold Glove
1960 NL Gold Glove
1961 NL Gold Glove
1963 NL Gold Glove
1964 NL Gold Glove
1965 NL Gold Glove
1966 NL Gold Glove
1967 NL Gold Glove
16 games (1961)
Best Strength as a Player
His reflexes and ability to release the ball quickly on the pivot.
Largest Weakness as a Player
He was not a very good offensive player in most of his seasons.
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