Who did Mickey Mantle hit his 500th home run?

Who did Mickey Mantle hit his 500th home run?

The Yankees
It was Sunday, Mother’s Day, May 14th, 1967. The Yankees were playing the Baltimore Orioles. Stu Miller was on the mound for the Orioles. Ever since Mickey hit #499 eleven days earlier, when he would hit #500 became the main topic of conversation in New York.

When did Mickey Mantle hit his 500th home run?

Mantle hits 500th home run | 05/13/1967 | MLB.com.

Who hit their 500th home run in 1967?

Mickey Mantle
After winning five straight pennants, and two world championships in the first half of the decade, the New York Yankees were certainly getting a different view of the American League standings.

Did Mantle hit a 565-foot home run?

Two years to the day after his MLB debut – on April 17, 1953 – future Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle hit one of the furthest recorded home runs in history. It was that day when the term “tape-measure home run” was born, as one of the game’s best power hitters hit a colossal 565-foot shot out of Griffith Stadium.

How much is a 1966 Mickey Mantle card worth?


Grade Most Recent Price Average Price
GOOD 2 $153.40 $160.10
FR 1.5 $105.50 $125.59
PR 1 $137.50 $106.93
Auth $338.00 $338.00

What is Mickey Mantle’s 500th home run ball worth?

It is a wondrous baseball, a baseball more valuable than any baseball the world has ever seen. A $500,000 baseball.

Did Mickey Mantle hit a ball out of Yankee Stadium?

The ball struck the facade 370′ from home plate and 118′ off the ground for game winning, walk-off home run. It came within inches of being the first fair ball ever hit out of Yankee Stadium.

Did Mickey Mantle ever hit three home runs in one game?

1955: Mickey Mantle hit three home runs – two left-handed and one right-handed – as the Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2. 1958: Willie Mays and Darryl Spencer combine for 28 total bases as San Francisco beats the Dodgers in Los Angeles 16-9.

What is a 1964 Mickey Mantle baseball card worth?

Estimated PSA 6 EX Value: $200 With a lack of superstar rookie cards in its checklist, it’s no surprise that Mickey Mantle headlines the 1964 Topps set as its most desirable card.