In the World Series room of the National Baseball Hall of Fame stands a
lifesize, cardboard, black-and-white cutout of the most legendary defensive
play ever made.
A few years back, I was walking through the Hall with my son Steven, then
9, when we almost crashed right into it.
There he was, all these decades later -- the great Willie Mays, back
turned to us, his glove outstretched, his number 24 telling us instantly who
this was and what this was.
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