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Description: Mickey Mantle:

  • Honoring the seventy-fifth anniversary of the late baseball superstar's birth, an illustrated, authorized biography by an award-winning sports columnist shares memories of his entire life, from his early youth, through the accomplishments of his remarkable career with the Yankees to his final years, accompanied by rare photographs and memorabilia.
  • Hardcover
  • 176 pages

Brand: Harry N. Abrams

Measurements: 9½" x 9"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: October 1, 2006

Official book description:

Some say he was the greatest ever—a rare combination of power and speed who made acrobatic catches and never failed to get a hit when his team needed it most. The son of an Oklahoma miner, he was the anchor in center field for a Yankees team that won seven world championships. He was three times the league MVP, he won the Triple Crown in 1956, and in 1961 he dueled teammate Roger Maris in a thrilling race for the single-season home run record. He was so famous that to identify him people didn't even bother to say his last name or even all of his first. He was known, simply, as The Mick.

Mickey Mantle

is the first-ever illustrated biography published with the support of the Mantle family. Covering his entire life from his impoverished youth to his glorious career to his poignant sunset years, it features rare photos and never-before-seen memorabilia, with 10 pull-out, removable facsimiles. It also includes intimate stories collected over the years by his sons and his friend, writer Mickey Herskowitz— stories that will be new even to the most avid Mantle enthusiasts. This book is an absolute must for Mantle fans of every stripe, Yankees fans, and baseball fans in general.

Material: Paper

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Abrams