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Hope Lodge PSA

Danny and David Mantle public service announcement for Hope Lodge in NY City

2016-12-12T13:05:13+00:00 July 26th, 2014|Charities, Video|4 Comments


  1. peter. sofio May 11, 2017 at 9:40 am - Reply

    Yes I was mickeys best can I loved him very much as a ball player and tried to be like him all the time playing ball but I was sad to hear about his mistakes he made and sorry to hear about his death and fight with cancer and now I was told I have rectal and lung cancer and I hope that I could some how survive this dreafull thing

  2. Terry Berg June 25, 2017 at 11:32 pm - Reply

    Loved Mickey all my life going back to 1955 as a young boy. Today, reading about him my heart aches. How I looked up to him. He was my childhood in a life that was otherwise disastrous.
    Reading the box scores first thing in the morning to see what Mickey and the Yanks did was the most important thing in my life.
    He gave me a life that I believe God provided for me. How I loved the game.
    I am now 70 yrs old with liver disease (Cirrhosis caused by Hep C) but I have been blessed in this life that started when I learned about Mickey Mantle from my older brother.
    When I learned of Mickey’s passing I was at work. Most that knew me knew how I loved him. I received condolences. When I got home my wife was very supportive.

    My only regret was that I never made it to one of his signings, but though finding this site has brought back some pain, I hope it will also bring back many fond memories.

    For those responsible for this site, a huge thank you and God Bless.

  3. Bruce Anderson September 2, 2017 at 6:00 pm - Reply

    Mickey Mantle was my favorite baseball player ever. Growing up I got to watch him on the weekends and always pulled for the NY Yankees. I was fortunate to play softball with Mickey Mantle Jr. in Richardson and met Mickey on three occasions. Once flying home from Tulsa from visiting my Grandmother in the hospital I ran into Mickey and Mickey Jr. on the plane. Said hi to Mickey Jr. and he introduced me to his Dad who game me a signed picture of him when he represented an Atlantic City casino. He was very nice and very cordial. Being a fellow Oklahoman it was very special. I always met him again at a golf tournament I played in and saw him a couple of times at Ruth’s Chris’s Steakhouse on Cedar Springs, a local favorite of his.

    I was so sorry when he passed away even after receiving a transplant and I was so shocked when Mickey Jr. passed away as well.

    May they rest in peace.

  4. Dale Jones March 7, 2018 at 8:34 pm - Reply

    Mickey was my favorite baseball player either. My dad would encourage to eat something or try something new . He always “well Mickey Mantle eats it or does it “ i would then jump to it. I think out of all the baseball games I ever attended and the greats I have seen as a kid seeing Mickey hit a home run at Tiger stadium was the greatest. I will always love The Mick. I cried when the Mick passed away. I miss him still. Thanks Mick

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