By Linda Mercer
At the age of 89, one of the most terrifying pitchers of all time, American baseball icon Maury Wills, whose base-stealing skill maintained his reputation, passed away.
Stan Kasten, president and CEO of the Dodgers, described Wills with a heavy heart as “one of the most thrilling Dodgers of all time.” With his baserunning, he made stolen bases an integral element of the sport of baseball.
Maury Wills bats Left-handed and throws Right-handed. Wills debuted with the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 6, 1959. Wills played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Montreal Expos, Seattle Mariners, and Los Angeles Dodgers in total
Carla Wills is Maury Wills's wife. Carla Wills was Maury Wills's wife after he divorced Gertrude Elliot on March 17, 1971. They were blessed with six children: Barry, Micki, Bump, Anita, Susan Quam, and Wendi Jo Wills after their union.
Baseball player Maury Wills has a net worth of $15 million. The date of Maura Wills' birth is 2 October 1932.