1965 World Series at Dodger Stadium: Tony Oliva with a hard slide into Maury Wills.

1965 World Series at Dodger Stadium: Tony Oliva with a hard slide into Maury Wills.

MAURY WILLS - 40.6%  - Close calls: 20 MLB greats who came closest to Cooperstown but never made it - jANUARY 23, 2018.    Wills was a terror on the base paths for the Dodgers in the 1960s, leading the NL in stolen bases in six consecutive seasons from 1960-65. The highlight performance in that stretch was his 104 steals in 1962, when he edged out Willie Mays for NL MVP honors.   MORE...

MAURY WILLS - 40.6% - Close calls: 20 MLB greats who came closest to Cooperstown but never made it - jANUARY 23, 2018. Wills was a terror on the base paths for the Dodgers in the 1960s, leading the NL in stolen bases in six consecutive seasons from 1960-65. The highlight performance in that stretch was his 104 steals in 1962, when he edged out Willie Mays for NL MVP honors. MORE...

86. Maury Wills

Maury Wills did not make the Major Leagues until he was 26 years old yet still managed to rack up over hits in his career.

El Producto Cigars with Maury Wills and Sonny Jurgenson - January 1981

El Producto Cigars with Maury Wills and Sonny Jurgenson - January 1981

Maury Wills Autographed Team Issued Los Angeles Dodgers Photo Lifetime Guarantee #LosAngelesDodgers

Maury Wills Autographed Team Issued Los Angeles Dodgers Photo Lifetime Guarantee

Maury Wills Autographed Team Issued Los Angeles Dodgers Photo Lifetime Guarantee #LosAngelesDodgers

Maury Wills: Mariners manager 1980-1981. Wills owns the worst winning percentage in Mariners history @ .317.

Maury Wills: Mariners manager Wills owns the worst winning percentage in Mariners history @

1873 French Colony 1c olive green/pale blue "Ceres" imperforated 1870 1c olive green/pale blue "Ceres" perforated The above illustration shows the same denomination French Colony and French stamp. Can you tell the difference, other than the obvious imperforated/perforated dichotomy? Good luck with that. ;-) Actually, the Maury catalogue will often parse the stamps further, depending on (small) engraving differences.

1865 blue/bluish "Eagle and Crown" : Has gum on back The 1887 official reprint had no gum on back, and the design was brighter Qui.

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