Mantle used Rawlings gloves. (and maybe a Spalding baseman's mitt but that was made by Rawlings anyway.) That's common knowledge. He used different model numbers but basically the same glove in the 60's. A few were sold at auction (the 60's types XPG gloves) and the 50's is in the hall of fame now. There's a gentleman in Pittsburgh who has Mantle's gloves. Why do you want to know?If you're looking to buy then I suggest you save up about 1/4 million bucks because that's what the 60's ones sell for. The 50's one in the HOF would probably be much more than that.AnswerHe generally wore the spalding xpg pro. However, I have an 8x11 picture of him and Roger Maris together in the home dugout. He is wearing a Spalding. Has his name hand printed down the thumb. Answermickey mantle used a rawlings mit. he started with the HH model "Harvey Haddix" before mantle himself had a contract with rawlings to make his own model. his first personal model was a MM 50's model it was the same as the HH model he had been using now with his name on the glove. then he went to a MMP model and it is basicly the same as the MM only the thumb on the glove is longer its now even with the rest of the fingers instead of being a little shorter. now comes the XPG6 he used in the 60's two models here also. the first and second are about the same. heres the diff. the early had his block signaure old style and the thumb of the glove has a two strip leather adjustment top outside. also the top of the fingers are crossed laced along he top of the fingers. the lattter glove has his more known signature looping M's no thumb adj. and now the top of the lacing on the fingers is X lace meaning it was a new and stronger lacing tech. that madethe fingers hold together better after that when he went to first base it is said he used a spaulding but most top of the line spauldings were made by rawlings. that's why most of the 60's rawlings spuladings glove are very similar. I've never seen a picture of him wearing a spaulding though. so after he went to first it a gray area for me. store model mantle gloves just like the ones he used are out there look on eBay the MM model's sell for 600 plus in really good condition the MMP about 400 plus and the XPG6 250 to some even out pacing the MMP around 350 for really nice models
Mickey used a few different gloves early in his career. He basically used a Rawlings baseball gloves. He started with the HH model (Harvey Haddix) before Rawlings signed him to a contract. Rawlings HH and HSP models were issued to many outfielders at the time. The first MM (Mickey Mantle) model was designed after the HH model. Over the years the gloves were slightly altered to Mantles liking. Models include MMP, and XPG6 gloves. Later in his career when he moved to first base he used a Spalding model glove.
let him make it to the majors before he breaks mantles record
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Depending on the make/model/year, either under the driver's side dash, or behind the glove box.
Mickey Mantle's preferred bat was a Blond Hillerich & Bradsby M110 He also ordered models:K55, K90, P72, P104, S2, T61, T89, W148, W215 D113, and G69L,
Need year, make, model but on most of them the a/c relay will be located on the climate control unit behind the glove compartment
Mickey Mouse sometimes use buttons to make his homemade overalls.
Yes Dick frizzell did make mickey to tiki.
Get soap! Then put it on the glove then scrub the gloves together
Some of the leading work glove manufacturers in the early 2000s were Best Glove Manufacturing, Wells Lamont, Southern Glove Manufacturing, and Magid Glove and Safety Manufacturing.
its pretty hard to draw mickey mouse but, there is some sites that did some mickey mouse drawings and other stuff
You might have a Mickey Mantle Professional model bat made for the Lewis Clark State university team. To be more accurate on the value you would have to supply the bat model, size, and year the bat was issued. Mickey Mantle was known to use Models M110, K55, and P72. Louisville slugger began using model numbers on the knob in 1943 then moving the model number to the barrel in 1977. For example a K55 Mickey Mantle pro model would have K55 on the knob as opposed to the store model bat with K55 appearing on the barrel. The "125" refers to the grade of wood used to make the bat. "125" is the highest grade and is reserved for all pro level bats. The "125" bats are also used for the highest quality store model bats. A Mickey Mantle Pro Model K55 bat made for Lewis Clark State, in used but not abused condition could sell in the $125. -$200. price range.
I think you mean Walt Disney. He created Mickey Mouse.
March 25 and he goes there November 18.
Take a toilet paper roll when it's empty. Take a glove and put the glove in the tube and wrap the cuff of the glove outside of the tube. Fill it with lotion and it feels EXACTLY like a vagina.
Mickey Mouse first appeared on May 15, 1928 in Plane Crazy.
mickey mouse did, on mickey mouse clubhouse
you have to make it to the golden gloves by winning everyfight and then win the golden glove fight
No, the glove is intended for baseball, by fielders and pitchers who want a little longer glove for scooping up balls. It can be used for softball, bit does not have a larger pocket that would make a strictly softball glove better.
Brigham Young was a carpenter by trade. Some chairs, mantles, and stair railings made by him are still in existence today.
The make is Chrysler and the model is a 300.The make is Chrysler and the model is a 300.