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promptoisaway · 3 days ago
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rolling thunder!! had cursed my bedroom!!! heard from your mother!! that she don’t recognize you!!
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citizenscreen · 5 days ago
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In front of a sellout crowd of 60,096, the Yankees retires Mickey Mantle’s number 7 #OnThisDay in 1969 #TheCommerceConet #TheMick #NYYankees #Baseball #MLB
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bearfoottruck · 11 days ago
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As usual, I was screwing around on the Internet rather than working on one of my latest stories, and I found something so heartwarming that I just had to share it. I realize that not everybody here is a fan of John Wayne, and I know that most - if not all - of us have had our fair share of gripes with the US government, but really, I feel that this message is too important to not share with everybody, and I want all of you to wake up tomorrow and make something out of your day no matter how horrible it turns out to be. The way I see it, if we all do that, then we might not just end up making a better country, but a better world. Ciao for now, and grease for peace!
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ballparkprints · 14 days ago
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Memorial Day May 30, 1961
Memorial Day May 30, 1961, began to heat up. Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris home run chase stated. In the National League the Cincinnati Reds tried the SF Giants for first place and the Reds became a force to deal with.
 In March, on my Twitter account, with the help of The New York Times Time Machine, I started recreating the New York Yankees 1961 baseball season.  It was Major League Baseball’s first season of expansion to ten teams in a league. 196, the American League is the first to expand to ten teams, with the National League expanding in 1962. This expansion also created an unbalanced number of the game…
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coolthingsguyslike · 29 days ago
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ohquotescom · a month ago
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A team is where a boy can prove his courage on his own. A gang is where a coward goes to hide.
Mickey Mantle - https://goo.gl/us7FXU
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bullpenlife · a month ago
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Fenway Park has hosted 100+ years worth of all-time greats. Where will Mike Trout land?
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baronmaymystery · a month ago
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Mickey Mantle in batting practice in 1962. That year, he led the AL in on-base percentage, slugging percentage and walks. He was named MVP, won a Gold Glove as an outfielder and, with the other Yankees, won the World Series.
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citizenscreen · a month ago
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Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, smiles as young fans reach out to him on opening day at Tiger Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, April 1966. #MLB #NYYankees
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ex-frat-man · a month ago
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ballparkprints · a month ago
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April 17, 1951 Mickey Mantle's First MLB Game
April 17, 1951 Mickey Mantle’s First MLB Game
April 17, 1951, seventy years ago today, at Yankee Stadium, Mickey Mantle made his major league debut. It would also be Joe DiMaggio’s last opening day game. Since spring training DiMaggio has been hinting 1951 would be his last season. The Yankees, opening day opponent was the Boston Red Sox lead by Ted Williams. Before the game: Joe, Mickey, and Ted were put together for a photograph by the…
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citizenscreen · a month ago
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Mickey Mantle, “The Commerce Comet,” played his first game for the New York Yankees #OnThisDay in 1951, eventually replacing Joe DiMaggio in center field. #mlb #baseball #NYYankees
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501baseballbooks · 2 months ago
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Baseball Best-Sellers, April 9, 2021
Baseball Best-Sellers, April 9, 2021
A reminder: The Amazon rankings are updated every hour, so these lists might not be 100 percent accurate by the time you read them (or even by the time I finish posting them). But close enough for government work, as the saying goes. In addition, occasionally the powers-that-be over there try to pull a fast one by including a book in a category to which it should not be listed (in my opinion).…
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