A Mickey Mantle single signed Baseball is worth about $500.-$800. Price will vary based on condition, and type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Rare examples of a pristine signature or inscriptions like "The Mick" "HOF 1974" or 536 HR's" could raise the price to the $1,000. price range. Personal inscription like "Good luck Mike" could sell below $400. A rarely signed full name signature "Mickey Charles Mantle" will break the $2,000 price mark as it did in a May 5th 2007 live eBay auction selling for $2,390.
After condition the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature will dictate the price. Mickey Mantle was under contract with the Upper-Deck company before he passed away. Baseballs that have the Upper deck hologram could sell in the $1,000.-$1,500. price range. signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. The Official American League baseball might not add value but, it will make it more desired. In a recent auction (Aug 2008) a Mickey mantle single signed baseball sold for $537.75 (May 2008) - $657.25 A Mickey Mantle single signed baseball inscribed "HOF 1974" sold for $1,434.00
Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees.
It doesn't exist. Mantle was 12 years old in 1943.
Mickey Mantle wore number 7 for the Yankees, the American League Division of the MLB, and Craig Biggio wore number 7 for the Astros, the National League Division of the MLB. (Major League Baseball)
As a minor league baseball player, soon to be a great player, Mickey Mantle was paid $225 per month.
Mickey Mantle was part of 12 American League pennant winning teams while playing for the Yankees.
The Mickey Mantle official American League Rawlings commemorative baseball was used in an official game played on August 25, 1996. A monument in honor of Mickey Mantle who died a year earlier was unveiled in Yankee Stadium's Monument Park that day. This Major League approved, Official American League Gene Budig baseball featured black stitching, a New York 7 with a Mickey Mantle Facsimile stamped signature in black ink.In August of 1996 the baseballs were made available to the public, and sold for $10.- $12. Today the Baseballs are commonly found on eBay, and sealed in the box sell for about $15.-$20. For more information, and picture of this baseball see Related Links below.
Mickey Mantle was "a member of the Rawlings Advisory Staff" which basically means he endorsed a lot of baseball gloves for Rawlings. The exact number of baseball glove models Mantle endorsed for Rawlings might be difficult to find. Mantle endorsed Fielders gloves, first base, and catchers mitts, but I'm not sure if the later was a Rawlings glove endorsement. Below I will keep a running list of Mickey Mantle endorsed baseball gloves, including MM1 adult model to MM9 youth models. See Related Links below for more information, and pictures of Mickey Mantle Rawlings gloves, and advertising.Mickey Mantle endorsed signature model baseball Gloves: * Autograph Model MM1 * Autograph Model MM2 * Autograph Model MM3 * Autograph Model MM4 * Professional Model MM2 * Professional Model MM5 * Professional Model MM6 "The Comet" * Professional Model MM8 * Triple Crown Winner MM9 * 60-4241 * Personal Model MM * MMP "Heart of the Hide" * XPG6 "Heart of the Hide" * XPG 20 Autograph Model * XPG 26 Autograph Model * BSMM * Big Leaguer (Youth Glove) * XPG3 Fastback * GJ89 Fastback * XFG1 Fastback * Trap-eze TJ35 * GJ 99 (Youth Glove) * XFB 19 First Basemans Mitt * AMC 42 * LB10
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle told the sports world that the most coveted award he won, and it was more than once, was the MLB award of MVP. The initials stand for most valuable player. In Mantle's day, as a NY Yankee it was the MVP for the American League.
Mickey Mantle Autographed BaseballYou may find a Mickey Mantle Autograph Baseball for under $300. But you may also find a Fake autograph too. Like the answer above You can find a Mickey Mantle autographed baseball for $150 but you get what you pay for. Depending on the Authenticator $300.00 would be the low price. Mickey was under contract by the Upper deck co. before he passed away. An autograph with the upper deck hologram would probably be as high as $1,000.00 Mickey Signed a lot of autographs. PRICE RANGE $100. flat Item - $4,500. Equipment / depending on Item, and Authenticator. Bats, and throw back jerseys are usually top dollar.-Steven KeymanSee Related LinksSee the Related Link for "Mickey Mantle Autograph sample" to the right for the answer. it is worth alot of money! Try going to a local card shop to find out more.i think with authentisity its probaly around 300 without its around 150try more like 8000
Mickey Mantle made his Major League debut for the New York Yankees on April 17, 1951.
Mickey Mantle played Major League baseball for 18 seasons(1951-1968), all for the New York Yankees.
Mickey Mantle was an all-around athlete at Commerce High School, playing basketball, football, and baseball. On April 17,1951 Mickey Mantle made his Major League debut with the New York Yankees.
In 1956, Mickey Mantle had won the American League MVP award. With the new year upon them, in 1957, before the season began there was a dispute between Mantle and the Yankees over his new salary. According to Mickey Mantle's autobiography, Mantle said it was possible he was going to be traded to Cleveland.
Mickey Mantle has been a standout player in minor league baseball. As a reward for his play in 1947 he was awarded a bonus. He used the money to buy a 1947 Fleetline Chevy.
Yes, Don Newcombe was the National League MVP in 1956. The American League MVP was Mickey Mantle.
Mickey Mantle holds the American League record for games with home runs from both sides of the plate with 10. Ken Caminiti holds the National League record, also with 10. Eddie Murray holds the major league record with 11, 9 times in the American League and twice in the National League.
The first switch hitter to lead MLB in RBIs was New York Giants shortstop George Davis, who had 136 RBIs in 1897. Of course, there wasn't an American League at that time. The only switch hitter, after 1901 and the birth of the American League, to lead MLB in RBIs was Mickey Mantle who had 130 in 1956.
YES IT IS, WITH UDA AUTHENTICATED YOU CAN BE SURE THE ITEM IS 99.9% REAL, THE 00.1% IS YOU GETTING THE AUTOGRAPH IN PERSON, AND WITH THE MICKS AUTOGRAPH BEING FORGED ALOT, ANY ITEM THAT IS UDA WILL HOLD ITS VALUE AND INCREASE OVER TIME, MICKEY IS AND ALWAYS WILL BE A MAJOR AUTOGRAPH TO COLLECT AND OWN.
This Mickey Mantle commemorative baseball was used in an official game played on August 25, 1996. A monument in honor of Mickey Mantle who died a year earlier was unveiled in Yankee Stadium's Monument Park that day. The Major League approved, Official American League Gene Budig baseball featured black stitching, a New York 7 with a Mickey Mantle facsimile signature in black ink.In August of 1996 the baseballs were made available to the public, and sold for $10.- $12. Today the Baseballs are commonly found on eBay, and sealed in the box sell for about $15.-$20.For more information, and pictures of the number 7 Mickey Mantle baseball see Related Links below.
Mickey Mantle won three American League Most Valuable Player awards (1956, 1957, 1962).
Of cause. Mickey Mantle signed autographs throughout his career. During the late 1980's, when the "baseball memorabilia boom" started, Mickey often signed at autograph shows for the price of $15.00 !! Mickey Mantle signed very few Gene Budig baseballs which came into use in 1995, the year Mantle died. He was also very ill that year and didn't sign often. Although it is possible to have one it is unlikely, and should at least send up a red flag.
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