Yes there was a Collectors plate issued by the Bradford Exchange. The plate was part of a series called "The Mickey Mantle Collection". The six plate set was released in 1996, and came with a certificate of authenticity. The plates include:
Mickey Mantle struck out 53 times, in 273 plate appearances in the World Series.
I could help you out if you can supply a picture or a better description of the plate. I will also place a couple of links to Mickey Mantle Plates.
Mickey Mantle hit 373 hme runs from the left side of the plate, and 163 from the right.
See Related Links below for a complete list of Mickey Mantle home runs that includes dates, side of the plate, ptcher, and more.
Mickey Mantle hit from both sides of the plate. Every time he swung the bat he had intent to harm the baseball. He struck out allot, but made up for it in other at bats. The Greatest switch hitter of all time Mickey Mantle led the American League in home runs four times, was named the most valuable player in the American League three times. including 1956 when he won the Triple crown. That Year Mickey batted .356 hit 52 Home Runs, and knocked in 130 RBIs. Mickey Mantle was a 16 time All-star, played on 12 pennant winning teams, and owns 7 World Series Rings. Mantle still hold many post season records including a record 18 World Series Home runs. "If that guy were healthy, he'd hit eighty home runs." - Carl Yastrzemski
As a youth, Mickey Mantle was a natural right handed baseball player. His father began teaching Mantle the game of baseball at an early age. By the time he was in third grade, his father had taught him to hit as a lefty. From that point on Mantle was a switch hitter, meaning he could bat from either side of home plate.
The lithosphere is comprised of a series of plates, composed of the crust and upper mantle.
as the subducting plate skins into the mantle, friction between the mantle and lithosphere will oppose plate motion.
I think it would have to be plate tectonics but the question asks for in the world so then it would have to be the mantle
Mickey Mantle hit his 500th home run at Yankee Stadium on May 14, 1967. The solo blast came in the 7th inning against relief pitcher Stu Miller of the Baltimore Orioles. Miller was right-handed so Mantle batted left-handed. This is confirmed by the photograph of the event that you can find at various places.
See Related Links below for a complete list of Mickey Mantle Home runs. The list includes Career and season Home Run number, date hit, what side of the plate he was hitting from, the team he hit it against, the ballpark, and the pitcher that gave up the home run. The list includes All star, and World Series Home runs. Everything but the inning he hit it in. You will have to count the Multiple Home run Games. (allow time for the page to load it is a long list.)