Mickey Mantle


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United States baseball player (1931-1997)

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Five players have recorded at least 10 RBI in a losing effort: Bobby Richardson, Yankees (12 RBI in 1960); Mickey Mantle, Yankees (11 in 1960); Ted Kluszewski, White Sox (10 in 1959); Sandy Alomar Jr., Indians (10 in 1997) and Mike Napoli, Rangers (10 in 2011).
The six players with 500 lifetime home runs who did connect for a leadoff homer are Barry Bonds (20), Sammy Sosa (8), and Harmon Killebrew, Mike Schmidt, Mickey Mantle and Eddie Mathews, with one each.
Washington rookie Juan Soto drew national attention when he passed Hall of Famers Mickey Mantle and Ken Griffey Jr.
YAM not going to believe this, but one of the greatest baseball heroes of all time, New York Yankees' Mickey Mantle, was a Black Country lad, researchers have revealed.
is a children's picturebook about legendary baseball team manager Casey Stengel, who guided the careers of superstars such as Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle, and led the New York Yankees to a record-breaking ten pennants and seven World Series wins in twelve years.
The film (which was released in 1962) is a must-see if only because it stars the M&M boys themselves, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris.
Mickey Mantle posted a .353 batting average, slammed 52 homers, and drove in 130 runs in 1956.
In which sport was the American Mickey Mantle a leading figure?
The list of all stars who volunteer for the holiday effort is baseball-star studded: Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Phil Rizzuto, Jackie Robinson, Satchell Paige, Thurman Munson, Tetsuharu Kawakami, and many more baseball all-stars are a part of the undertaking.
The bat's past users are a who's who of baseball: Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth.
1963 -- Mickey Mantle, batting for the first time in two months after breaking his left foot, hit a pinch home run and the Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 11-10 for a doubleheader split.
The theme for 2013 is, "Anything '60s." Teams can dress Elvis, Austin Powers, Jimmy Hendrix or Mickey Mantle. Awards will go out to the Best Dressed Team, Lowest Net Score, Closest to the Pin, Long Drives and more.
He details the key roles of Mets manager Casey Stengel and Yankees right-fielder Roger Maris; the threat to baseball from the increased interest in football; key players, including Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Marv Throneberry, and Gil Hodges; the teams' homes at Yankee Stadium and Polo Grounds; specific games; and the World Series of 1962.