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Mickey Mantle tips his cap during spring training in 1956.
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During his career Mickey faced Dick Radatz 66 times, striking out 44 of those times. Mickey said, "I guess I would have to say that Dick Radatz was the toughest pitcher I ever faced."


 

Mickey Mantle tips his cap during spring training in 1956.
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Mickey switch-hit homers in a game 10 times. 


 

Mickey Mantle tips his cap during spring training in 1956.
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Mickey hit 14 extra-inning homers. 


 

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Mickey hit 102 of his homers in the first inning, followed by 66 in the third inning, 65 in the fourth inning and 63 in the eighth inning. 


 

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Mickey hit homers in three opening day games - 1955, 1956 and 1962. 


 

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Mickey hit four opening day homers - one each in 1955 and 1962, and two in 1956. 


 

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Ironically, one of baseball's greatest home run hitters ever never had a four-homer game. 


 

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Only once did the Mick connect for three home runs in a single game - May 13, 1955. 


 

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Mickey had 46 two-homer games. 


 

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Mickey hit three homers in a doubleheader three times.

 

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