Yes ... Mickey and Roger were teammates on the New York Yankees between 1960-1966.
The 1961 Yankees - Roger Maris had 61 and Mickey Mantle had 54.
There are many New York Yankees that played with both Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris on the same team. Mantle and Maris played together from 1960 -1966. You could visit BaseballAlmanac.co to see the rosters for each year. Some of the great players that played with the M&M boys included Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Bobby Richardson, Elston Howard, Mel Stottlemyre and even Bobby Murcer made an aperance with the two.
Once. The 1961 Yankees were paced by sluggers Roger Maris (61 home runs) and Mickey Mantle (54 homers).
A Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris Dual signed baseball is worth about $3,000.-$5,000. Price will vary based on condition, type of authenticity that accompanies the signatures. If both signatures are on the sweet spot it will have a higher value or at least being able to view both signatures at the same time when the ball is displayed. If both signatures cannot be viewed when the baseball is displayed (signed on different panels) then it could have a lower value. The baseball being signed in 1961 will only have added value if it was inscribed by either player on the baseball. Otherwise the added value will rely on your ability to prove that it was signed in 1961.In an auction held in October 2007 a Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris Dual signed baseball sold for $4,780.00 (Mantle on sweet spot).Signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
A Joe DiMaggio Roger Maris, and Mickey Mantle signed baseball is worth between $1,200.-$1,500. Where the signatures are located on the baseball will effect the valie. If all three signature can be displayed at the same time it will have a higher value. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions.
The mini series of baseball bobbing heads were issued at the same time as the White base- from 1961- 1962, and were often seen adorning the dashboards of cars. It was a comprehensive set with all the Major league teams plus two individual players- Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. The White base, baseball series Bobbing Head doll 1961- 1963 four dolls of actual players. Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Willie Mays and Roberto Clemente. With facsimile autograph decal on base. Comes with square or round white base. Common Flaws include chips, cracks, worn decal, and paint wear. The Roger Maris Nodder like the Mickey Mantle are very desirable, and with minor flaws will fetch $450. -$550. in excellent condition Add $100. - $150 with the original Box. Near/Mint condition dolls will sell for more. I will leave links below for more information.
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Bobby Richardson and Mickey Mantle were teammates on the New York Yankees from 1955-1966.
Mickey Mantle Uniform NumbersNo. Mickey Mantle was issued uniform number 6 as a rookie in 1951. After a bad start Mickey was sent down to the minors. When Mickey was called back up to the Yankees that same year, he was issued number 7 for good.
i got the same card! maybe $10.00?
The Mickey Mantle White base mini bobble head is worth about $1,000.- $1,500. in excellent condition. Mint bobble heads could sell as high as $2,000. The magnet will bring a higher price if the rest of the doll is in excellent plus condition. Add about $150. - $200. with the box for the Mantle and Maris dolls. The mini series of baseball bobbing heads were issued at the same time as the full sized White base from 1961- 1962. They are literally smaller version of the White base series and measure about 4 1/2" tall. Most of the dolls were equipped with a magnet on the bottom of the base and were often seen adorning the dashboards of cars. This could be one reason why they sell at a high price today. It was a comprehensive set with all the Major league teams plus two individual players- Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. See Related Links below for pictures and more information on vintage bobble heads.
In 1996 Topps issued a 19 card Mickey Mantle commemorative set. Card number 14 is a reproduction of the 1964 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 50. The card is exactly the same with the exception of the commemorative stamp on the front, and the set title, and copyright on the back. That same year in the Topps regular issued set a special Mickey Mantle card was issued as card number 7 (his uniform number) and became the last card to be issued as card number 7 in the Topps brand set.
The Say Hey kid gets the nodAs a die hard Mickey Mantle fan it would be eay for me to say "what could have been if he was healthy" but the fact is Willie Mays put up better numbers than the Mick. I have to go with Willie Mays but as a Mantle fan I leave you with some quotes from some noted ballplayers, and Mickey himself.."If that guy were healthy, he'd hit eighty home runs." - Carl Yastrzemski"On two legs, Mickey Mantle would have been the greatest ballplayer who ever lived." - Nellie Fox"Sometimes I think if I had the same body and the same natural ability and someone else's brain, who knows how good a player I might have been." -Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle signed fotoballIt sound like you might have a Mickey Mantle signed fotoball that also features a stamped signature.. A mickey Mantle signed baseball is worth about $500.- $800. with the proper authenticity. If it's signed twice it might sell for more if you find enough collectors interested, but it might be viewed as more of a novelty. If it is a Mickey Mantle signed Fotoball it might have a lower value as it would not display as nice as a collectors preferred Major League baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
The Recommended was the elimination of of artificial turf and conformity of all baseball parks. Mantle figured if every infield was the same in dimensions then every outfield should be the same. As for artificial turf, Mantle believed it could increase such injuries such as turf toe.
Well, for one, Mantle was the American League Most Valuable Player in 1962 (he won the award twice before in the 1950s.) He also led the AL in Home Runs in 1960 with 40, he also hit 54 homers in '61, the year Roger Maris hit 61. He also led the A. L. in runs scored in 1960 and '61 and in base on balls in 1961 and '62. And he also led the A. L. in being struck out in 1960, after having that same distinction in 1958 and '59. By the way, Mantle's Yankees team won the A. L. pennant five times in the 1960 and captured two World Series in 1961 and '62. Mantle was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977
Whitey Ford, was on the same team and could be the one who pitched to his own teamates!
The same as what the WHOLE mantle is . ))
Mickey Mantle's favorite food was down home cooking... He loved Chicken Fried Steak with all the trimmings... fresh mashed potatoes, cream gravy, peas, corn and fresh baked hot rolls. Mick' also loved old fashioned Pan Fried Chicken with the same staples.
1966 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 50A 1966 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 50 has a book value of about $350.00 in Near Mint - Mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more money than a non graded card in the same condition. Condition is important.Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
1958 Topps Roger Maris rookie card number 47A 1958 Topps Roger Maris rookie card number 47 has a book value of about $500.00 in Near Mint - Mint condition. A value cannot be given for each grade given by a grading company but professionally graded cards will sell for more money than a non graded card in the same condition. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
Multi-signed baseballs will bring a higher value with a theme. For example: Team signed baseballs, HOF baseballs, 500 Home Run Club, 3000 hits, 300 wins etc.. Multi signed baseballswith random ballplayers of different teams or popularity will bring the lowest price.Depending on the signatures. In most cases a single signed baseball of a "Noted Player" will be worth more than a multi signed baseball that features the same "Noted player".Using Mickey Mantle as an example of a "Noted Player" vs. an actual Multi signed baseball that sold at auction, and included Mickey Mantle's signature on it.In two separate auctions a baseball with three Hall of fame players, Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, and Duke Snider Multi-Signed Baseball (NY center Fielders) very desired Willie Mickey and the Duke baseball sold for only $334. and $448. For the most part less than a Mickey Mantle single signed baseball which has a value of about $400.-$800.Value is based on the price collectors pay for an Item. There are more collectors of Mickey Mantle memorabilia, and his signature is more sought after than the other two HOF'ers on this baseball. You have to treat this as two separate items. A Mickey Mantle single signed baseball, and a Mickey Mantle Multi signed baseball. There are less collectors of Hall of Fame multi signed signatures, than collectors of a Mickey Mantle signature. Therefor a Mickey Mantle Signed baseball will sell at a higher price.
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I have the same exact thing both of.them signed and the guys at my local card store said about $32,000 if it is a authentic baseball