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Baseball Great Willie Mays.

Baseball great Willie Mays, one of the most potent all-round players in the history of baseball. In his 22 seasons in the major leagues, Mays played in 21 All-Star Games, batted over .300 and hit 660 home runs. His autobiography, Say Hey, has just been published. (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane)

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Other segments from the episode on May 19, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 19, 1988: Interview with Willie Mays; Review of Prince's album "Lovesexy"; Interview with Mal Sharpe; Review of the film "Colors."

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