MLB first baseman for 15 seasons, known as "Will the Thrill." He was selected to six All-Star teams and was named 1989 NLCS MVP after helping the San Francisco Giants capture the NL Pennant.
He was a part of the Thunder and Lightning duo, along with Rafael Palmeiro at Mississippi State University.
He led the National League in RBIS in 1988 and in 1991, he won his first and only Gold Glove Award.
He has a son named Trey with his wife Lisa.
He starred in the 1984 Olympic Games that featured future major-league stars like Mark McGwire.