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Mickey Mantle tips his cap during spring training in 1956.
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Mickey hit six inside-the-park homers during his career.


 

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Mickey hit seven pinch-hit homers during his career.


 

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Mickey switch-hit homers in a game 10 times during his career, a record when he retired.


 

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During the month of June Mickey hit 113 career home runs.


 

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Mickey played in 2,401 games during his career, all for the New York Yankees, a Yankees record. Mickey played in more games as a Yankee than any other player.


 

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Mickey hit 80 career home runs off the Washington Senators (both the old and new Senators).


 

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Mickey hit a record 18 World Series home runs.


 

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Left-handed: ten.
Right-handed: eight.


 

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Mickey hit two home runs in a World Series game twice. 


 

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Mickey broke Babe Ruth's World Series record.

 

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