A Mickey Mantle rookie jersey #6 could go anywhere from $1,000-$2,500
The Yankees retired Mickey Mantle's number in 1969.
Mickey Mantle had his #7 retired by the Yankees in 1969.
No, not while playing Major League baseball. Mickey Mantle wore #7 for his entire career. He did wear #6 when he was first called up by the Yankees in 1951.
Mickey Mantle wore the number 7 his last year with the New York Yankees.
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.
The New York Yankees retired Mickey Mantle's #7 on June 8, 1969.
In 1996, after Mickey Mantle's passing, 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 honor of Mickey Mantle Card number 7 was retired. Since then, Topps did issue many Mickey Mantle cards in various sets as card number 7. You will have to be more specific as to the set, and year the card was issued.
Mickey Mantle number 7April 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. 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.
1997 Topps Mickey Mantle 1960 reprint 563The original Topps Mickey Mantle card number 563 was issued in 1960. In 1997 Topps issued a reprint of the 1960 Topps Mickey Mantle card.
Mickey Mantle wore #7.