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National League Rookie of the Year, 1954
Three-Time National League All-Star, 1957, 1959 (2)
Three-Time World Series Champion: 1959, 1963, 1965
Lifetime batting average: .289
Top-Ten NL Batting Leader, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961
Fourth-Place Finisher, NL MVP, 1959
National League Gold Glove Winner, 1960
Career OPS .816
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Wally's Mail Bag
During his playing days, Wally Moon was known, not only as a terrific hitter, but also as fan favorite for his gentlemanly and gracious demeanor. Encounters with Wally, whether personal or via his exploits on the field, have left a mark on countless lives. Here's a sample of the fan mail Wally has recently received via his Web site.
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Wally and New Commissioner at the George W. Bush Presidential Library

The George W. Bush Presidential Library opened its first major exhibit of the year, “Baseball: America’s Presidents, America’s Pastime”, on Saturday, March 21st. The exhibit provides a chronological look at presidents’ connections to the sport, starting with George Washington, and includes many artifacts on display. The exhibit focuses on the tradition of the presidential first pitch, which William Howard Taft began in 1910. The exhibit also chronicles First Ladies’ connections with the game, including Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama. Kicking off the opening weekend, President Bush and Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred participated in a special conversation about the game Friday evening. Wally Moon was in attendance and had the opportunity to say hello to the President and visit with Commissioner Manfred.


Where: George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the SMU campus

Run dates: March 21 - October 4

Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday


  Hospital Visit Sends Long-Time Fan Over the Moon

Growing up in Los Angeles, Linda Lindquist was a diehard Wally Moon fan, but she never got to meet her favorite Dodger until he surprised her with a visit to the Texas Medical Center. Visit the MD Anderson Cancer Center blog to learn more about this very special occasion.
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  A Book Review from the Pecan Park Eagle

Bill McCurdy is a baseball institution in Houston. A noted historian and author, Bill is one of the driving forces to Houston's Larry Dierker chapter of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR). He was on hand when Wally visited the chapter and filed a report and book review in his popular blog
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  Images from the St. Louis Book Tour

Was Wally Moon's St. Louis book tour the catalyst to the Cardinals' shocking run to the 2011 World Series championship? Or was it the Rally Squirrel? No doubt both played a factor in the Redbirds winning their 11th World Series title in 2011. Check out the photos from Wally's St. Louis trip.
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  Aggie Flashback: Reflections from Wally Moon

If you are even remotely a baseball fan, you will love Wally Moon's new book, Moon Shots: Reflections on a Baseball Life. And for Aggie baseball fans, this is a must-read. Moon is an Aggie legend, and this book,which also incorporates his personal life and perspectives, is captivating."--Texas
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  A&M Baseball Celebrates "Wally Moon Day"

The nationally-ranked Texas A&M baseball team honored one of it's greatest alums Saturday, April 23, with "Wally Moon Day." A capacity Olsen Field crowd greeted Wally warmly, saw him throw out the first pitch and watched as the Aggies posted a 5-1 win over Oklahoma State.
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  Wally "Shoots His Age" at Golf Tourney in Houston

Houston's Redstone Country Club, home of the PGA TOUR's Shell Houston Open, also hosts the annual Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association's benefit golf tournament. Wally Moon was on hand and in the best-ball format unofficially shot his age with a projected score of 81.
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  Wally Wow's 'Em at Cardinals Winter Warm-Up

The St. Louis Cardinals' annual Winter Warm-Up fan festival is a three-day love-fest for all things relating to the Redbirds. Wally was on hand at the event, promoting the upcoming release of his new book and making plenty of new friends among fans both old and young.
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  Remembering Duke Snider

On February 27 baseball lost one of it's truly great players and fine gentlemen and I lost an outstanding teammate, a dear friend, and an accomplished bridge playing partner. Edwin "Duke" Snider was one of the premier baseball players of the 50's and 60's.
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  Wally Moon Visits The Bob Feller Museum

A ballplayer's appearance at the Bob Feller Museum in Feller's home town of Van Meter, Iowa, might be the next best thing to induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Wally Moon recently made his appearance, signing autographs for fans.
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  Find Wally on Facebook

There's a fun and easy way to become a member of the Wally Moon Fan Club and to stay up to date with what's happening in Wally's life: become a member of the Wally Moon Fan Club on Facebook. You'll see exclusive video and photo content, the latest news and be able to interact with other fans. 
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  Now Streaming: Wally Moon TV

Wally is pleased to announce his new YouTube channel, "WallyMoonFanClub". Here you'll find some of your old favorite Wally Moon video clips, plus new clips featuring other members of his family reminiscing about some of their favorite memories of Wally, both as a big leaguer and afterward. Become a Subscriber or Friend and leave your comments. And tell your friends about "Wally Moon TV"!

  Wally Moon Talks about the '59 Dodger Championship

Check out Wally's personal photo gallery from his recent trip to Los Angeles to help commemorate the Dodgers' 1959 World Series championship. Wally was the catalyst to that team's success, finishing fourth in that year's Most Valuable Player voting. See Wally with his ex-teammates and relive the glory.
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  Claim Your Piece of Wally Moon History

You've let us know your thoughts. We've listened. And, the Moon Shop is now open. Our on-line memorabilia store is the ONLY place you'll find authentic merchandise autographed by Wally Moon. It's fun. It's easy. And, it's a great way to connect with one of your favorite players from baseball's Golden Era. Visit the Moon Shop.

  A Classic New Card for a Classic Old Card

For the first time in more than a half century, there's a new baseball card commemorating Wally Moon's time with the St. Louis Cardinals. It's the Christian Family Day 2009 testimony card and the Moon Shop is the only place to buy the complete set, featuring the Wally card autographed by the former Rookie of the Year himself! Learn More.

  Arrange Your Private Signing with Wally Moon

Collectors and fans, Wally Moon is available for private autograph signing sessions. You can meet one of your all-time favorite players and have him sign your custom merchandise and memorabilia. For more information on how to arrange a private signing with Wally, fill out the form on the Contact Wally page and we'll get back with you soon.