Fact about Bill Mazeroski’s wife, Milene Mazeroski
Milene Mazeroski is the wife of legendary William Stanley Mazeroski, a former second baseman in Major League Baseball. Milene Mazeroski’s personal information such as her birthdate, birthplace, and family members are kept private from the media.
William Stanley Mazeroski also known as Bill Mazeroski was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, on September 5, 1936. He is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball (MLB). From 1956 until 1972, he played his whole career with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Mazeroski got the Babe Ruth Award for his performance in the World Series, in which he batted.
He is best known for possibly the most iconic home run in baseball history, a dramatic ninth-inning bomb in Game 7 of the 1960 World Series that beat the favored New York Yankees.
Mazeroski, an eight-time Gold Glove Award winner, was known for his ability to make the pivot in turning double plays. His 1,706 career double plays were the most by any non-first baseman in history until shortstop Omar Vizquel passed him in 2009.
In 1966, he had 161 double plays, a big league record for a second baseman. He retired with the best three marks in NL history. Mazeroski went on to coach the Pirates and the Seattle Mariners, according to Wikipedia.
When did Milene Mazeroski and Bill Mazeroski get married?
Bill Mazeroski got married to Milene Mazeroski. The couple got married in 1958. There is no information on whether they have children together because they have chosen to keep their marital status private.
Milene Mazeroski’s estimated net worth is unknown. However, her husband Bill Mazerroski has a net worth of about $10 Million.