New Family Photo Discovered!

//New Family Photo Discovered!

New Family Photo Discovered!

DannyMickey

“I recently came across this old photo from 1963. It’s my favorite picture of me and my Dad!”

Danny Mantle

2016-12-12T11:30:33+00:00 July 21st, 2014|News|12 Comments

12 Comments

  1. Dave Gravelle January 3, 2015 at 7:11 am - Reply

    Without a doubt, a great photo of Danny and my favorite player or all time. Did you know that Mickey had a higher stolen base percentage than both Willie Mays and Roberto Clemente? When he needed to steal a base, he could. Just saying.

  2. Andy Songer May 29, 2015 at 2:55 am - Reply

    Your Dad retired the Spring before I was born. I am from Cincinnati and there is no reason I should be a Mickey Mantle fan, but I am. thank you for sharing him with us, still.

  3. What a beautiful picture of a dad loving his son! I have to say that I really have never seen a son look anymore like his father than does Danny…so handsome. My poem is just a tribute to a fellow Oklahoma that belonged to the baseball and celebrity world. I remember seeing him on Good Morning America I think when he was needing a liver transplant…so sad…but his attitude seemed so wonderful.

    Another Okie,
    Carol Davis, 68
    retired teacher (taught 41 years)

  4. Pete DiGiovanni June 10, 2015 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    This picture shows another side of the greatest player of his era. We miss you Mick.

  5. Peter Schicchi July 5, 2015 at 10:26 am - Reply

    My childhood Idol nobody ever hit a ball as far as this man could. When He first came up he was very fast untill he hurt his knee I always wonder how much better he would havr been if that did not happen the man played in pain allmost his whole career .love the picture of you and your Dad.

  6. joedrife@windstream.net July 10, 2015 at 11:57 am - Reply

    Started watching Mickey Mantel in 1951.He quickly became my favorite base ball player and that never changed…..We have been to his restaurant in New York and continue to watch for news about him..Love him dearly..
    Jodie Rife Jr
    Lexington, Kentucky

  7. Bryan Wickel July 11, 2015 at 11:55 pm - Reply

    I was born in 1967 one year before Mick retired. I grew up loving baseball more than life! I can’t even look at a Yankee uniform without thinking of Mickey Mantle! Clearly one of the greatest players that ever graced the old Yankee Stadium! Mickey.. from the way you carried yourself up to the plate, to the way you ran bases after a home run. You are classic in every sense of the way the ball players of old played the game. Wished I could have been there to see you play live.
    From the old footage to the prints I have on the wall of my office of you, you are greatly loved in this household! You are missed Mickey!!

  8. rusty melvin July 17, 2015 at 2:17 pm - Reply

    I meet you and David and your son at the roger Maris dinner at RuthChris I was there to see my college coach bob cerv. you were so nice and I got those pictures we took. it was one of my all time favorite moments.

  9. David Gardner August 10, 2015 at 8:08 pm - Reply

    Was a rabid Mickey Fan beginning in 1952. Followed the yankee games on radio and Tv religously. Had two Sons, David and Kelly who were also Mick and Yankee fans.Am now 81 yrs. old and lost my Son Dave at age 59 as he was an Alcoholic.

  10. Richard June 30, 2016 at 8:52 am - Reply

    Great moment, captured and frozen in time. Mickey Mantle, America, Chevrolet and Apple pie!! When the country was great!

  11. Dan McDevitt January 19, 2017 at 1:41 pm - Reply

    I have been a Yankee fan since I was 5.I am now 68 and love the Yankee even more.Your Dad was my Idol,and all the rest of the Yankee Greats he played with.We miss you Mick.

  12. Buck Sheward June 26, 2017 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Mickey along with Jim Shoulders and OU Football (Bud Wilkerson) brought Oklahoma out of the dust bowl era into national prominence. Mick and Jim were childhood idols/heroes making me proud to be an Okie. Watching Mick and Roger Maris during the HR feat was another highlight of his career. What a man; what a legacy.

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