Willie Mays received final military honors for his time served in the U.S. Army during a special presentation of an American flag to son Michael and taps was sounded at a public memorial service Monday for the late Hall of Famer. Baseball dignitaries past and present, including godson and home run king Barry Bonds, sat on the field for remembrances and video highlights going back to Mays’ stickball days in the streets outside New York’s Polo Grounds. The “Say Hey Kid,” among the early Negro Leagues stars who hit 660 career home runs despite spending 1952 to 1954 in the Army during the Korean War, died June 18th at the age of 93. The Army honored Mays in front of his family, friends, former teammates and executives and thousands of fans. Some others in attendance were former President Bill Clinton — a dear friend of Mays — Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, executive and former manager and player Joe Torre, Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley, Rickey Henderson, Reggie Jackson and Juan Marichal and retired managers Dusty Baker and Felipe Alou.