Mickey Mantle – The Greatest Switch-Hitter in Baseball History

Mickey Mantle – The Greatest Switch-Hitter in Baseball History


Here’s More About This Item:

• The overall frame measures 18 x 22 – Inside dimensions are 16 x 20
• The 4 image collage of Mickey Mantle is 12 x 12
• The frame is solid wood with a black satin finish
• It has a granite grey matte
• It is covered in plexiglass

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This sports wall decor features Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees – who is considered “The Greatest Switch Hitter in Baseball History” – taking right-handed and left-handed batting practice before Game 3 of the 1961 World Series at Crosley Field in Cincinnati.

It is done in a beautiful and distinct “Modern-Vintage” style and would make a nice addition to your sports room or to give as a gift.

The Career of Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle played from 1951 through 1968 for the New York Yankees. He hit for average and power from both sides of the plate. His career batting average was .298, with 536 home runs, and 1509 runs batted in. His number 7 is retired from the New York Yankees and he is a member of Baseball’s Hall of Fame.