Mickey Mantle Baseball Quotes

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Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Ted Williams
#1. I don't want to take anything away from Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle. They're both great hitters, but they're batting against guys they never would have seen in previous years. #Quote by Ted Williams
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Bob Costas
#2. Mickey Mantle was baseball. #Quote by Bob Costas
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Dean Koontz
#3. My instinct is a winning coach, and when it said "Batter up,"I didn't argue that I wasn't ready for the game. I gripped the bat in both hands, assumed the stance, and said a prayer to Mickey Mantle. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Mel Allen
#4. In 1961, when Maris broke Babe Ruth's record, he wasn't intentionally walked once. Mickey batted after Roger, and nobody was going to put a man on base with Mantle coming up to the plate. #Quote by Mel Allen
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Mel Allen
#5. Ladies and gentlemen, the great number seven, Mickey Mantle. #Quote by Mel Allen
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Charley Pride
#6. There only have been two people on this earth that I was nervous around: Chet Atkins and Mickey Mantle. It's because of the respect I have for them. #Quote by Charley Pride
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by Jane Leavy
#7. In the spring of 1957, Mickey Mantle was the king of New York. He had the Triple Crown to prove it, having become only the 12th player in history to earn baseball's gaudiest jewel. In 1956, he had finally fulfilled the promise of his promise, batting .353, with 52 homers and 130 RBIs. Everybody loved Mickey. #Quote by Jane Leavy
Mickey Mantle Baseball quotes by John William Tuohy
#8. I developed an interest in major league baseball and the 1960s were, as far as I'm concerned (with a nod to the Babe Ruth era of the 1920s), the Golden Age of Baseball. Like most people in the valley, I was a diehard Yankees fan and, in a pinch, a Mets fan. They were New York teams, and most New Englanders rooted for the Boston Red Sox, but our end of Connecticut was geographically and culturally closer to New York than Boston, and that's where our loyalties went.
And what was not to love? The Yankees ruled the earth in those days. The great Roger Maris set one Major League record after another and even he was almost always one hit shy of Mickey Mantle, God on High of the Green Diamond. #Quote by John William Tuohy

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