Mickey Mantle's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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100 Mickey Mantle's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It was all I lived for, to play baseball. It was all I lived for, to play baseball. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I've often wondered how a man who knew he was going to die could stand I've often wondered how a man who knew he was going to die could stand here and say he was the luckiest man on the face of the earth, but now I guess I know how he felt. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: People say Yogi (Berra) is a strange guy, and I've heard Yogi say some funny People say Yogi (Berra) is a strange guy, and I've heard Yogi say some funny things. But he has a beautiful wife, he's rich, and he's famous. I don't see anything strange about that. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Tony Oliva: I love New York. I love to come here, to play here, the tradition here. I love New York. I love to come here, to play here, the tradition here. I'll never forget my first home run here was over Mickey Mantle's head. — Tony Oliva
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It looked like Roy Rogers rode through on Trigger, and Trigger kicked the guy in It looked like Roy Rogers rode through on Trigger, and Trigger kicked the guy in the face. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Billy (Martin) wasn't afraid of anything. Billy (Martin) wasn't afraid of anything. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I leaned on him for support when I got out of the cab, and he I leaned on him for support when I got out of the cab, and he just crumpled to the ground. That's how we found out. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: If the World Series was on the line and I could pick one pitcher to If the World Series was on the line and I could pick one pitcher to pitch the game, I'd choose Whitey Ford every time. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: You might as well go in and start getting dressed. I'm going to hit his You might as well go in and start getting dressed. I'm going to hit his first pitch for a home run. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: What did you say, Joe? What did you say, Joe? — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: All the ballparks and the big crowds have a certain mystique. You feel attached, permanently All the ballparks and the big crowds have a certain mystique. You feel attached, permanently wedded to the sounds that ring out, to the fans chanting your name, even when there are only four or five thousand in the stands on a Wednesday afternoon. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I don't know why Roger (Maris) isn't in the hall of fame. To me, he I don't know why Roger (Maris) isn't in the hall of fame. To me, he was as good as there ever was. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: At my best I was as good as anyone. At my best I was as good as anyone. — Mickey Mantle
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Johnny Bench: I spent every bit of my money to try and get a Mickey Mantle card, I spent every bit of my money to try and get a Mickey Mantle card, and I don't have one. Growing up in Oklahoma, Mickey Mantle was my idol. And here I am, and I'd go pick cotton to have enough money, and I'd buy all of these packs, and I'd chew all of the gum, and I'd never find a Mickey Mantle card. — Johnny Bench
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Al Kaline: Carl Yastrzemski was the best all-around player. He could run, throw and hit. He had Carl Yastrzemski was the best all-around player. He could run, throw and hit. He had the ability to play a number of different positions. He signed as a shortstop. He could play the outfield, of course, and third base and first, too. He was a tremendous athlete. Mickey Mantle was unbelievable, too. — Al Kaline
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Dean Koontz: My instinct is a winning coach, and when it said "Batter up,"I didn't argue that 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. — Dean Koontz
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Willie McCovey: I had talked for years about doing a restaurant with Rocky Dudum, who's been my I had talked for years about doing a restaurant with Rocky Dudum, who's been my friend since I first came to San Francisco. Then Rocky's son, Jeff, said he wanted to design it, so he traveled around the country to sports restaurants like Mickey Mantle's and Michael Jordan's, and he came up with a great concept. — Willie McCovey
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Jane Leavy: In Naples, Fla., I met a self-made man, a multimillionaire, whose round penthouse apartment is In Naples, Fla., I met a self-made man, a multimillionaire, whose round penthouse apartment is home to Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Henry Moore, and Mickey Mantle. He had purchased the most coveted items auctioned by the Mantle family at Madison Square Garden in December 2003. — Jane Leavy
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Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Casey Stengel: He (Mickey Mantle) should lead the league in everything. With his combination of speed and He (Mickey Mantle) should lead the league in everything. With his combination of speed and power he should win the triple batting crown every year. In fact, he should do anything he wants to do. — Casey Stengel
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: My dad taught me to switch-hit. He and my grandfather, who was left-handed, pitched to My dad taught me to switch-hit. He and my grandfather, who was left-handed, pitched to me every day after school in the back yard. I batted lefty against my dad and righty against my granddad. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Peter Ueberroth: Here lies Mickey Mantle. Banned from baseball. Here lies Mickey Mantle. Banned from baseball. — Peter Ueberroth
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I've heard about you. I've heard about you, too. I've heard about you. I've heard about you, too. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Bravery is a complicated thing to describe. You can't say it's three feet long and Bravery is a complicated thing to describe. You can't say it's three feet long and two feet wide and that it weighs four hundred pounds or that it's colored bright blue or that it sounds like a piano or that it smells like roses. It's a quality, not a thing. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Heroes are people who are all good with no bad in them. That's the way Heroes are people who are all good with no bad in them. That's the way I always saw Joe DiMaggio. He was beyond question one of the greatest players of the century. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: We know you can bunt, Mick. You're not down here to bunt. You're here to We know you can bunt, Mick. You're not down here to bunt. You're here to get some hits and get your swing back. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: He said to play louder. He can't hear you. He said to play louder. He can't hear you. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Gabe Paul: I have to give Mays one edge, durability. Mickey isn't sound and Willie is. Otherwise, I have to give Mays one edge, durability. Mickey isn't sound and Willie is. Otherwise, if I had a chance to trade for either player, I'd pick Mantle. — Gabe Paul
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I guess you could say I'm what this country is all about. I guess you could say I'm what this country is all about. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Josh Ostergaard: 5. Unfair to Animals 6. Unfair to Muledom THE HALF-PENNANT PORCH Finley was obsessed with 5. Unfair to Animals 6. Unfair to Muledom THE HALF-PENNANT PORCH Finley was obsessed with the Yankees and attributed their success to the short distance to the right field fence in Yankee Stadium. He believed sluggers who batted left-handed, like Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and Roger Maris, had an unfair advantage. The fence was the sole reason the Yankees were winners. Before the 1964 season, Finley sought to create his own advantage. He moved his right field fence so that it was 296 feet from home plate and called it his "Pennant Porch." The commissioner forced Finley to change it to 325 feet. — Josh Ostergaard
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: To get a better piece of chicken, you'd have to be a rooster. To get a better piece of chicken, you'd have to be a rooster. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The only thing I can do is play baseball. I have to play ball. It's The only thing I can do is play baseball. I have to play ball. It's the only thing I know. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: You don't realize how easy this game is until you get up in that broadcasting You don't realize how easy this game is until you get up in that broadcasting booth. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The thing I really liked about Mickey was the way he treated everyone the same. The thing I really liked about Mickey was the way he treated everyone the same. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: A body came flying out and landed at my feet. At first I thought it A body came flying out and landed at my feet. At first I thought it was Billy so I picked him up. But when I saw it wasn't I dropped him back down. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Of course, I didn't tell you about all the times I said I was going Of course, I didn't tell you about all the times I said I was going to hit one and it didn't happen. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: If I had known I was going to live this long, I'd have taken better If I had known I was going to live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself! — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: After they remodeled Yankee Stadium I didn't feel that the ghosts were there anymore. It After they remodeled Yankee Stadium I didn't feel that the ghosts were there anymore. It just wasn't the same. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Jim Bouton: The author relates that Mickey Mantle did not expect to play one day and showed The author relates that Mickey Mantle did not expect to play one day and showed up extremely hung over. He was nevertheless called on to pitch and smashed a towering home run to an enthusiastic ovation. He related to his teammates, Those people don't know how tough that was. — Jim Bouton
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Hey man! Get away from me! Hey man! Get away from me! — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By John William Tuohy: I developed an interest in major league baseball and the 1960s were, as far as 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. — John William Tuohy
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Before you go, would you sign that case of balls for me? Before you go, would you sign that case of balls for me? — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: You hit .350 you're a leader. You hit .250 and you're not. You hit .350 you're a leader. You hit .250 and you're not. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Billy (Martin) was a great one for jokes. He liked to play a joke more Billy (Martin) was a great one for jokes. He liked to play a joke more than anyone I ever knew. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: He foresaw the platooning that managers like Casey Stengel used years before it happened. He He foresaw the platooning that managers like Casey Stengel used years before it happened. He told me I had to be a switch-hitter if I was going to play. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It gave me a second chance. I'd like everybody to have a second chance if It gave me a second chance. I'd like everybody to have a second chance if they need it, so I'm trying to let people know how important it is to become an organ donor. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I could never be a manager. All I have is natural ability. I could never be a manager. All I have is natural ability. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Reggie Jackson: Just like every other kid in my grade school, I was listening to my little Just like every other kid in my grade school, I was listening to my little radio plug in my ear when Mickey Mantle hit 18 post-season homers and won series after series for the Yankees. I listened and I learned from that. I think he was the original 'Mr. October,' but thank god it didn't stick. — Reggie Jackson
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: No man in the history of baseball had as much power as . No man. No man in the history of baseball had as much power as . No man. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: If I had played my career hitting singles like Pete (Rose), I'd wear a dress. If I had played my career hitting singles like Pete (Rose), I'd wear a dress. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I'll play baseball for the Army or fight for it, whatever they want me to I'll play baseball for the Army or fight for it, whatever they want me to do. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Sometimes I sit in my den at home and read stories about myself. Kids used Sometimes I sit in my den at home and read stories about myself. Kids used to save whole scrapbooks on me. They get tired of them and mail them to me. I'll go in there and read them, and you know what? They might as well be about (Stan) Musial and (Joe) DiMaggio, it's like reading about somebody else. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I never got to see the '27 Yankees. Everyone says that was the greatest team I never got to see the '27 Yankees. Everyone says that was the greatest team ever. But I think it would've been a great series if we'd have had the chance to play them. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: When I first came to Yankee Stadium I used to feel like the ghosts of When I first came to Yankee Stadium I used to feel like the ghosts of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig were walking around in there. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: My biggest regret was letting my lifetime average drop below .300. I always felt I My biggest regret was letting my lifetime average drop below .300. I always felt I was a .300 hitter, and if I could change one thing that would be it. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The best hitter I ever saw was Ted Williams. The best hitter I ever saw was Ted Williams. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Somebody once asked me if I ever went up to the plate trying to hit Somebody once asked me if I ever went up to the plate trying to hit a home run. I said "sure, every time". — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Keith Hernandez: Everyone has someone they looked up to. Mine was Mickey Mantle. For Alex Rodriguez to Everyone has someone they looked up to. Mine was Mickey Mantle. For Alex Rodriguez to idolize me coming up, that makes me feel very good. — Keith Hernandez
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I think the best all-round baseball player ever was Joe DiMaggio. I think the best all-round baseball player ever was Joe DiMaggio. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I never understood how someone who was dying could say he was the luckiest man I never understood how someone who was dying could say he was the luckiest man in the world, but now I understand. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The strain on Roger (Maris) was unbelievable. After I dropped out the reporters only had The strain on Roger (Maris) was unbelievable. After I dropped out the reporters only had one guy to go to. They surrounded him everywhere he went. He had big clumps of hair falling out. That he went ahead and did it was unbelievable. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: When I hit a home run I usually didn't care where it went. So long When I hit a home run I usually didn't care where it went. So long as it was a home run was all that mattered. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I don't care what the situation was, how high the stakes were - the bases I don't care what the situation was, how high the stakes were - the bases could be loaded and the pennant riding on every pitch, it never bothered Whitey. He pitched his game. Cool. Craft. Nerves of steel. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Billy copied Casey to a 'T.' Billy copied Casey to a 'T.' — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Bob Costas: Mickey Mantle was baseball. Mickey Mantle was baseball. — Bob Costas
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: He can run, steal bases, throw, hit for average, and hit with power like I've He can run, steal bases, throw, hit for average, and hit with power like I've never seen. Just don't put him at shortstop. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The hardest thing to do in sports, I think, is to hit a home run. The hardest thing to do in sports, I think, is to hit a home run. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey W. Mantle: Any code of your own that you haven't looked at for six or more months Any code of your own that you haven't looked at for six or more months might as well have been written by someone else. — Mickey W. Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It's what you're worth. It's what you're worth. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: If I were playing today I'd do what Joe DiMaggio said. I'd go knock on If I were playing today I'd do what Joe DiMaggio said. I'd go knock on the door at Yankee Stadium and when George Steinbrenner answered I'd say, 'Howdy, pardner.' — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: A team is where a boy can prove his courage on his own. A gang A team is where a boy can prove his courage on his own. A gang is where a coward goes to hide. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Watch the old man. Watch how the old man keeps the guys who aren't playing Watch the old man. Watch how the old man keeps the guys who aren't playing happy. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It's unbelievable how much you don't know about the game you've been playing all your It's unbelievable how much you don't know about the game you've been playing all your life. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: It was the single greatest feat I ever saw. It was the single greatest feat I ever saw. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I don't care who you are, you hear those boos. I don't care who you are, you hear those boos. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Well, baseball was my whole life. Nothing's ever been as fun as baseball. Well, baseball was my whole life. Nothing's ever been as fun as baseball. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Thank God for baseball. Thank God for baseball. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Nellie Fox: On two legs, Mickey Mantle would have been the greatest ballplayer who ever lived. On two legs, Mickey Mantle would have been the greatest ballplayer who ever lived. — Nellie Fox
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: During my 18 years I came to bat almost 10,000 times. I struck out about During my 18 years I came to bat almost 10,000 times. I struck out about 1,700 times and walked maybe 1,800 times. You figure a ballplayer will average about 500 at bats a season. That means I played seven years without ever hitting the ball. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Ralph (Houk) brought out the best in everybody, and that included me. I consider myself Ralph (Houk) brought out the best in everybody, and that included me. I consider myself lucky to have played for him. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Not after all the time my dad spent teaching me to switch-hit. Not after all the time my dad spent teaching me to switch-hit. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Sometimes I think if I had the same body and the same natural ability and Sometimes I think if I had the same body and the same natural ability and someone else's brain, who knows how good a player I might have been. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Yogi Berra: Mickey Mantle was a very good golfer, but we weren't allowed to play golf during Mickey Mantle was a very good golfer, but we weren't allowed to play golf during the season; only at spring training. — Yogi Berra
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: After I hit a home run I had a habit of running the bases with After I hit a home run I had a habit of running the bases with my head down. I figured the pitcher already felt bad enough without me showing him up rounding the bases. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Those people don't know how tough that really was. Those people don't know how tough that really was. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: After a play in the field Casey would turn (to the players on the bench) After a play in the field Casey would turn (to the players on the bench) and say 'What did he do wrong?' or 'You're better than that guy.' Either way, he'd keep them from getting stale. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Casey didn't easily forgive a guy who got doubled up on a hit-and-run play. He Casey didn't easily forgive a guy who got doubled up on a hit-and-run play. He didn't see any reason why the runner couldn't take a quick glance back toward the plate to make sure the ball was hit safely. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mel Allen: In 1961, when Maris broke Babe Ruth's record, he wasn't intentionally walked once. Mickey batted 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. — Mel Allen
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Well, I beat my man. Now it's up to you to beat yours. Well, I beat my man. Now it's up to you to beat yours. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: I never saw him fight. I never saw Billy fight. I never saw him fight. I never saw Billy fight. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: You don't have to talk to me about pensions. I won't be around long enough You don't have to talk to me about pensions. I won't be around long enough to collect one. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By David Duchovny: I won't look online. The whole fan thing makes me self-conscious, which is not to I won't look online. The whole fan thing makes me self-conscious, which is not to say I don't appreciate it or understand it. If Mickey Mantle were around, I'm sure I'd have a ton of questions to ask him that might make him uncomfortable. I get it. That doesn't mean it's not really awkward. — David Duchovny
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The biggest game I ever played in was probably Don Larsen's perfect game. The biggest game I ever played in was probably Don Larsen's perfect game. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Charley Pride: There only have been two people on this earth that I was nervous around: Chet 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. — Charley Pride
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Branch Rickey: Fill in any figure you want for that boy (Mickey Mantle). Whatever the figure, it's Fill in any figure you want for that boy (Mickey Mantle). Whatever the figure, it's a deal. — Branch Rickey
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: Today's Little Leaguers, and there are millions of them each year, pick up how to Today's Little Leaguers, and there are millions of them each year, pick up how to hit and throw and field just by watching games on TV. By the time they're out of high school, the good ones are almost ready to play professional ball. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Jane Leavy: In the spring of 1957, Mickey Mantle was the king of New York. He had 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. — Jane Leavy
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: If you want to know who was better, me or Willie Mays, you have to If you want to know who was better, me or Willie Mays, you have to look at our career stats. And Willie's bottom line was better. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: The greatest thing I ever saw was Roger Maris breaking Babe Ruth's record. The greatest thing I ever saw was Roger Maris breaking Babe Ruth's record. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: As far as I'm concerned, Aaron is the best ball player of my era. He As far as I'm concerned, Aaron is the best ball player of my era. He is to baseball of the last fifteen years what Joe DiMaggio was before him. He's never received the credit he's due. — Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle's Sayings By Mickey Mantle: My views are just about the same as Casey's. My views are just about the same as Casey's. — Mickey Mantle