It was the 1961 season. Roger Maris finished with 61 home runs and Mickey Mantle had 54 home runs.
Mickey Mantle, and Roger Maris were known as the M & M boys
Yes, they were. In 1961 Roger Maris and Bob Cerv asked Mickey Mantle to be their roommate. This was done to keep Mickey out of trouble. They lived in Queens and Mickey was not allowed to bring women home to the apartment.
That was 1961.
Roger Maris had 733 career strikeouts.
The M & M boys were Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris of the New York Yankees in the early 1960s.
The 1961 Yankees - Roger Maris had 61 and Mickey Mantle had 54.
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Roger Maris was most famous for his playing days with the New York Yankees, and Mickey Mantle as part of the hitting duo nicknamed the "M&M Boys" In 1961 Roger Maris' popularity grew hitting 61 home runs, as he broke Babe Ruth's single season home run record of 60 that the Babe set in 1927.
Maris batted third in the order and the guy batting fourth was Mickey Mantle. So you took your chances with Maris.
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