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  1. Mickey Mantle (Baseball Hall of Famers) by Howard Weinstein, 2003-08
  2. Mickey Mantle (Baseball Superstars) by Ronald A. Reis, 2009-03
  3. Baseball Life of Mickey Mantle by John Devaney, 2000-01
  4. How To Hit! (Includes Record w/Mickey's Voice) by Mickey Mantle, 1968
  5. Mickey Mantle (Baseball Legends) by Mark Gallagher, Neil Gallagher, 1991-04
  6. Baseball Legends: MICKEY MANTLE (Baseball Legends, 4) by Herb Shapiro, 1992
  7. Mickey Mantle : The Education of a Baseball Player by Mickey Mantle, 1968
  8. The Baseball Life Of Mickey Mantle
  9. Baseball Life of Mickey Mantle (TK 1105)
  10. Kansas City Blues (Baseball) Players: Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Lew Burdette, Carl Hubbell, Bob Ewing, Smoky Joe Wood, Ray Caldwell
  11. All My Octobers-My Memories of l2 World Series when the Yank by Mickey with Mickey Herskowitz Mantle, 1994
  12. Mickey Mantle's Baseball Tips for Kids of All Ages (Featuring Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Phil Rizzuto)
  13. Mickey Mantle (Baseball Legends Ser.)
  14. The Baseball Life of Mickey Mantle by John Devaney, 1500

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3. ESPN-C -- Mickey Mantle: Mon, 12/09/02, 10am ET [Archive] - Forum
Mantle was first in fans hearts (http// html) By Larry Schwartz Special to Forum General Baseball Forums PDA View Full Version : ESPN-C Mickey Mantle: Mon, 12/09/02, 10am ET Jersey Yankee 12-06-02, 06:14 PM Mickey Charles Mantle. 10/20/1931 (Spavinaw, OK) - 08/13/1995 (Dallas, TX)
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4. Jeter Future 3500+ Hitter And Hall-of-Famer [Archive] - Baseball
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6. Mickey Mantle Quotes
A collection of quotes attributed to professional baseball player Mickey Mantle.
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MICKEY MANTLE QUOTES After I hit a home run I had a habit of running the bases with my head down. I figured the pitcher already felt bad enough without me showing him up rounding the bases. MICKEY MANTLE Hitting the ball was easy. Running around the bases was the tough part. MICKEY MANTLE The only thing I can do is play baseball. I have to play ball. It's the only thing I know. MICKEY MANTLE It's unbelievable how much you don't know about the game you've been playing all your life. MICKEY MANTLE You don't realize how easy this game is until you get up in that broadcasting booth. MICKEY MANTLE I don't care who you are, you hear those boos. MICKEY MANTLE If I knew I was going to live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself. MICKEY MANTLE
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7. ESPN - Mantle Was First In Fans' Hearts - Classic
Mickey Mantle hit above .300 for 10 seasons and belted 536 home runs. SportsCentury Mickey Mantle airs Friday at 6 pm ET.

8. Mickey Mantle - MSN Encarta
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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Blog It Multimedia 2 items Mickey Mantle (1931-1995), American baseball player, one of the greatest center fielders in the history of the game. Mantle hit 536 home runs in his career, the most ever by a switch-hitter (a player who bats right-handed and left-handed). He won the Triple Crown in 1956 when he led the American League (AL) in home runs (52), runs batted in (130), and batting average (.353). Mickey Charles Mantle was born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma. He was named for

9. Mickey Mantle Legendary Outfielder For Yankees
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10. Mantle, Mickey : Players M : Major League Players - Mega Net
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Login Search Mega Net: Home Sports Baseball Major League Players ... Players M : Mantle, Mickey Mantle, Mickey - Internet Home Mantle, Mickey - MSN Encarta Encyclopedia entry offers a short profile of this baseball legend who made 12 World Series appearances in his career. Fans of this hitter can find his home-run stats, as well as a salary history and a career timeline. Includes memorabilia, baseball cards and art. Mantle, Mickey - Browse a catalog of videos, books and merchandise related to the baseball legend. Also features quotes, a bio and a Mantle-to-McGwire comparison. Mickey Mantle Tribute
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11. Who Is The San Francisco's Biggest Legend? [Archive] - Discussi
See for yourself http//www.baseballhalloffame. org/hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/mantle_mickey.htm And I quote Awards AllStar (20)1952-1965, Discussion Forums Non-Wrestling Discussion The Sports Empire Wide World of Sports ... PDA View Full Version : Who is the San Francisco's biggest legend? America's Fan 10-10-2006, 01:38 AM My vote goes to Montana. Can't get much more legendary than that. Bitch Hedberg 10-10-2006, 01:59 AM Ahh, this thread makes me feel all cuddly inside. (h)
I gotta go with Rice. I idolized this guy growing up. :$ G/BoftheSand 10-10-2006, 03:26 AM Where's Steve Young? :@
I picked Montana. :$ Pondering Fuck 10-10-2006, 03:43 AM To me it's Barry Bonds, child hood hero. I don't even wanna hear shit from people saying "oh you're hero is a con" or something. Go away, it's a tiiiiiired debate.
But I'd say people like Young, Montana, Rice, Bonds all did something to help this sports town in their own way (well duh). Eso 10-10-2006, 06:34 AM to hardcore football fans? joe montana
to casual fans? jerry rice LOCKDOWN 10-10-2006, 06:35 AM Tough tough choice. I went with Montana, he was the centerpiece of arguably the greatest dynasty in NFL history, but you couldn't go wrong with Rice who is hands down the best WR in NFL history and arguably the greatest football player of all time, or Barry Bonds, who from 2001-2004 was the most dominant athlete in the history of American team sports. Eso 10-10-2006, 06:39 AM

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    Mickey Mantle Mickey Mantle, a man of courage, heart, and most definitely integrity had many adversities throughout his life, but none the less he was a great ...
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    ... Mickey Mantle is one of the best power hitters of all time. Mantle ... Mickey Mantle played for the New York Yankees from 1951 1968. He ...
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    ... 76. In every era there is a role model in the 50s and 60s it was Mickey Mantle. Mickey Mantle was that baseball hero. He ...
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    ... The two 1961 New York Yankee teammates Roger Maris played by Berry Pepper and Mickey Mantle played by Thomas Jane, are in a home run race to beat the Babes ...
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    16. Mickey Mantle | National Baseball Hall Of Fame
    Mickey Mantle Mickey Charles Mantle The Commerce Comet, The Mick Induction Information Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 1974, Player
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    Born: October 20, 1931, in Spavinaw, Oklahoma
    Died: August 13, 1995, in Dallas, Texas ML Debut:
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    Bats: B Throws: R Primary Uniform #: Played For: New York Yankees (1951-1968)
    Primary Team: New York Yankees Post-Season: 1951 World Series, 1952 World Series, 1953 World Series, 1955 World Series, 1956 World Series, 1957 World Series, 1958 World Series, 1960 World Series, 1961 World Series, 1962 World Series, 1963 World Series, 1964 World Series Awards: All-Star (20): 1952-1965, 1967-1968; American League Most Valuable Player in 1956, 1957, 1962; Gold Glove: 1962 Hitting Bio Video (Streaming Windows Media) Mickey Mantle was a star from the start, parlaying a talent for the game and boyish good looks into iconic status. In spite of a series of devastating injuries, Mantle accumulated a long list of impressive accomplishments, finishing his 18-year career with 536 home runs and a .298 batting average. The switch-hitting "Commerce Comet" won three MVP awards (1956, ’57, ’62) and a Triple Crown (1956). He contributed to 12 pennants and seven World Series titles in his first 14 seasons, while establishing numerous World Series records, including most home runs (18). Quote "That boy hits baseballs over buildings. He runs as fast as Ty Cobb."

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    19. ESPN Classic - Mantle Was First In Fans' Hearts
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    Mantle was first in fans' hearts
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    "When he couldn't play ball anymore, a whole generation felt older. When he got cancer, a whole generation felt the fear of death," said author Roger Kahn about Mickey Mantle on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury. Mickey Mantle's majestic power made him the favorite of most Yankees fans. His 536 home runs, though a considerable number, are only tenth best in history. His 10 years of batting above .300 are impressive, but not cause for sainthood. His 2,415 hits have been bettered by dozens of players. He replaced Joe DiMaggio in centerfield, but not in the hearts of the fans, and was booed for much of the first half of his career. He won the Triple Crown and the fans clamored for more. He had two MVP seasons before he was 26, and it still wasn't enough. It's not easy becoming a legend. But, in time, that's where Mickey Mantle's path took him. One can pinpoint when the jeers turned to cheers the summer of '61. Like Jack Dempsey losing "The Long Count" to Gene Tunney and winning over the nation, the Mick lost a home-run race and won millions of fans. Like many sports heroes, Mantle would become more popular in his twilight than his heyday. And his retirement only enhanced his fame.

    20. Mickey Mantle - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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    Mickey Charles Mantle October 20 August 13 ) was an American baseball player, regarded as one of the best of all time. He played his entire professional career for the New York Yankees He was born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma . He was named in honor of Mickey Cochrane , a famous baseball player, by his father, who was an amateur player and fervent fan. Apparently his father was not aware that Cochrane's real name was Gordon, and in later life, Mickey Mantle expressed great relief that his father had not known Cochrane's real first name, as he would have hated to be named Gordon. "Mutt" Mantle taught his son how to be a switch-hitter . He had played shortstop in the minor leagues, but on arrival at the Yankees, he became the regular right fielder (playing only a few games at shortstop and third base in to ). He moved to centerfield in 1952, replacing

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