Mickey Mantle belted 536 Home Runs in regular season play. His 18 World Series Homers is a record for World Series play.
Mantle won three American League Most Valuable Player Awards (1956,57 & 62) and he also won a Gold Glove for fielding excellence in 1962.
In 1956, Mickey won the Triple Crown, leading both Major Leagues in Home Runs(52), RBI(130) and batting average .353.
Mickey Mantle led the American League in Home Runs on four occasions and finished his career with a remarkable .421 on base percentage.
Mantle spent his entire 18 year career with the New York Yankees where he led them to 12 Pennants and seven World Championships.
Mickey Mantle was inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame in 1974, his first year of eligibility.
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