Joplin Miners was created in 1902.
Mickey Mantle was an all-around athlete at Commerce High School, playing basketball, football, and baseball. In 1948 playing semi-pro Ball as a shortstop in Baxter Springs(KS) Whiz Kids. Yankees' scout Tom Greenwade came to Baxter Springs to watch Mickey's teammate, third baseman Billy Johnson. During the game Mickey Mantle hit two homers, one right handed, and one left handed into a river well past the ballpark's fences. Greenwade wanted to sign Mickey on the spot but, upon finding out that he was only sixteen and still in high school, told him he would come back to sign him with the Yankees on his graduation day in 1949. Good to his word, Greenwade was there right on schedule, signing Mickey Mantle to a minor league contract with the Yankees Class D team in Independence, and he also played with the Yankee's farm club, the Joplin Miners April 17, 1951 the 19 year old Mickey Mantle broke into the big leagues with the New York Yankees wearing uniform number 6. After a bad start Mickey was sent down to the minors (The Kansas City Blues) He told his dad he was going to quit, and his father told him to pack his bags to come home. After a second thought to try again Mickey was then called up again to the Yankees, and was then issued number 7 for good.
No, they are copper miners.
The possessive form for the plural noun miners is miners'.Example: The miners' contract is being renegotiated.
Miners need Money
The miners got out on October 15Th .
Miners will always study where is the treasure and how to get it.
Miners get their food from the supply store.