Mickey Mantle played from 1951 to 1968 for the NY Yankees.
Mickey Mantle first tried to play the baseball position of shortstop. He believed he did not the timing required to play this position. He found himself making too many errors.
Because he felt like it?
Mantle played from 1951 to 1968.
Mickey Mantle played Major League baseball for 18 seasons(1951-1968), all for the New York Yankees.
No. Babe Ruth's last season with the Yankees was 1934 and Mickey Mantle's first season with the Yankees was 1951.
Mickey Mantle plyed in 12 World Series. see Related Links for more stats on Mickey Mantle.
The Commerce Tigers.Mickey Mantle played baseball, football and basketball at Commerce High School.
No, Mickey Mantle never pitched. He was an outfielder, and was moved to first base late in his career. He did play shortstop, second base, and third on occasions.
Mickey Mantle played for the New York Yankees.
Mickey MantleMickey Mantle played in 2,401 regular season games. See related links for more stats on Mickey Mantle.
Mickey Mantle liked the game, was good, dreamed of it, or he would have to work in a mine and every one of his family members that worked in the mine died young
Yes, Mickey Mantle played a full MLB season on many occasions.
No. Mickey Mantle played his entire career for the New York Yankees.
His dad and grandpa
Mickey Mantle wore the number 7 his last year with the New York Yankees.
Mickey Mantle was an all-around athlete at Commerce High School, playing basketball, football, and baseball. He signed with the New York Yankees on graduation day in 1949.
Mickey Mantle's career with the Yankees spanned 1951 through 1968 (18 seasons).
Mickey Mantle played his entire career for the New York Yankees, 18 seasons from 1951 -1968.