Mantle’s and Crystal Connect at ‘700 Sundays’

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Mantle’s and Crystal Connect at ‘700 Sundays’

Dallas, TX – 11/20/09:

Danny and David Mantle and their families attended Billy Crystal’s show ‘700 Sundays’.

Below are some photos from their backstage gathering with the host himself.

David, Billy and Danny

David, Billy and Danny

Billy with Will, Chloe and Marilyn

Billy with Will, Chloe and Marilyn

Billy with the Mantle families

Billy with the Mantle families

Billy with Wade & Laurie Phillips

Billy with Wade & Laurie Phillips

2016-12-12T11:30:35+00:00 November 20th, 2009|News|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Alex Smuckler December 27, 2014 at 9:37 am - Reply

    Mickey was a hero to millions of baseball fans myself included.
    His legend will live forever.

  2. Greg Seaney March 8, 2016 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    Mickey Mantle was my baseball idol as a young boy playing Little League baseball in Peoria Ill, I was even the owner of a Rawlings Mickey Mantle Triple Crown autograph fielders glove when I played back in the late 1950’s and 1960’s.
    Of course I was a big Yankees fan as well as they seemed to be on the Game of the Week almost every Saturday .
    I remember how reluctant I was to stop using my Rawlings glove as it was wearing out for virtually being used everyday in the spring and summer. The new six fingered glove had no style or the character of my Mantle glove.
    Rest in peace Mick!

  3. Michael Arditi August 5, 2017 at 3:38 pm - Reply

    I was living in the Bronx as a young YANKEES fan .Mickey had been out hurt what seemed like forever to me..I do not remember the year it may have been early in the nineteen sixties.There was no.7 in the on deck circle the stadium went wild. The MICK hit a homer first at bat after along injury.I will never forget that day.Many years later.My son and I went to a autograph signing show we saw the MICK up close.

  4. Rick Young November 8, 2017 at 3:21 pm - Reply

    I was eight years old when Mickey was on Home Run Derby against Hank Aaron. My dad gave me a hard time that Hank was going to out homer my idol. When it was over I headed to my room in tears as his prediction came true.

  5. Matt Delio November 28, 2017 at 9:37 am - Reply

    if you are going to pick a hero in life, why not “the mick”?? I still to this day think about him and his exploits on and off the playing field. We laughed, sympathized, cheered him (and the Yankees) on . We worried about the many injuries and so on. We rooted for the assured excitement of his next at bat or exceptional play in the field. He was the best player I ever saw (in person). A true American idol.

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