American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Mays, Willie Howard, Jr. Known as "the Say Hey Kid.” Born 1931. American baseball player. An exciting outfielder, base runner, and hitter primarily for the New York and San Francisco Giants (1951-1972), he hit 660 home runs.
- n. Plural form of May.
- n. United States baseball player (born in 1931)
“Billy Mays is quite possibly my favorite television personality.”
“But it has emerged that the family of the late infomercial legend Billy Mays is actually encouraging people to dress up as the OxiClean pitchman, who died in June at age 50.”
“Consumerist, please do me a huge favor and make sure that your readers know to stay away from this scam, and anything that that shouting fool Billy Mays is advertising on TV.”
“Before a game against the Cardinals on July 27, he called Mays into his office and closed the door.”
“PS -- Mays is also 9th on the list for career RBIs.”
“Judge Anita Laster Mays is hearing evidence without a jury and will render the verdict, expected in several days.”
“In his last five starts (24 1/3 innings), he's surrendered 43 hits (nine of them homers), 15 walks and 31 runs … Joe Mays is pitching his way out of Minnesota's postseason plans.”
“And the Twins feel right-hander Joe Mays is back in form after missing three months because of elbow problems.”
“With 660 home runs, Willie Mays is next on Barry Bonds 'pursuit list.”
“Mays is earmarked to be at full throttle in a month.”
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