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USA-ASTRODOME/
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April 10, 2015
Joe Harris, 40, poses for a photo as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Man poses for a photo as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
Joe Harris, 40, poses for a photo as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Harris first went to the Astrodome in 1985, where he saw the Thrill Show and Destruction Derby, and was happy to be amongst others in joining the celebrations. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQV4
April 10, 2015
Jose Lopez, 32, poses for a picture as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Man poses for a picture as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
Jose Lopez, 32, poses for a picture as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Lopez went to Astros games with his grandfather, who gave him the batting helmet he is wearing, which brought back a lot of memories for him as he joined others in the celebrations. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQV0
April 10, 2015
Deema Mitwalli, 29, wears her Astrodome sunglasses as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
Deema Mitwalli, 29, wears her Astrodome sunglasses as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUY
April 10, 2015
The Dome cake, baked by Bethany Berend, 35, is seen before it is served to a lucky few as people celebrate...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The Dome cake is seen before it is served to a lucky few as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of...
The Dome cake, baked by Bethany Berend, 35, is seen before it is served to a lucky few as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUW
April 10, 2015
(From left) Tiffany Almquist, 38, Samuel Almquist, 7 and Adam Almquist, 39, pose for a selfie as people...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
(From left) Tiffany Almquist, 38, Samuel Almquist, 7 and Adam Almquist, 39, pose for a selfie as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUR
April 10, 2015
Pam Carlson, 54, a former cheerleader for the Houston Oilers from 1982-84 carries pom poms as she celebrates...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A former cheerleader for the Houston Oilers from 1982-84 carries pom poms as she celebrates with others...
Pam Carlson, 54, a former cheerleader for the Houston Oilers from 1982-84 carries pom poms as she celebrates with others the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUP
April 10, 2015
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUO
April 10, 2015
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston
A general view of the Astrodome stadium is seen as people celebrate its 50th anniversary in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUM
April 10, 2015
Former Houston Oilers quarterback Dan Pastorini prepares to greet people as they celebrate the 50th anniversary...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
Former Houston Oilers quarterback Dan Pastorini prepares to greet people as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUL
April 10, 2015
James Worrell, 48, prepares to take a selfie as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
James Worrell, 48, prepares to take a selfie as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Worrell worked as a medic at the Astrodome and was on hand when Nolan Ryan threw his fifth no-hitter. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
USA-ASTRODOME/
RTR4WQUK
April 10, 2015
Former Houston Sportscaster Dan Lovett (L) is interviewed with fromer Houston Oilers' quarterback Dan...
Houston, UNITED STATES
People celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston
Former Houston Sportscaster Dan Lovett (L) is interviewed with fromer Houston Oilers' quarterback Dan Pastorini as people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas April 9, 2015. Texans on Thursday celebrated the 50th birthday of the Houston Astrodome, the world's first fully air-conditioned domed stadium once dubbed a global wonder and now a decaying structure with an uncertain future. The Astrodome, which has been gutted and vacant for years was opened to the public for a two-hour celebration where many took a trip down memory lane of the structure that was christened on April 9, 1965 when New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle hit a home run in an exhibition game. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
BASEBALL/
RTR2QGKM
August 28, 2011
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter lines out to Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis during...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Derek Jeter of the Yankees playing in his 2,402nd game in a Yankees uniform in Baltimore
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter lines out to Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis during his first at bat against Orioles starting pitcher Zach Britton in the first inning of the first game of a day-night MLB American League double header baseball game in Baltimore, Maryland August 28, 2011. Jeter was playing in his 2,402nd game in a Yankees uniform, surpassing Mickey Mantle for most in franchise history. REUTERS/Joe Giza (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT)
MLB/
RTXEGOK
April 28, 2009
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter reacts after striking out during the first inning of their MLB baseball...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
New York Yankees Jeter reacts after striking out during their MLB baseball game against Detroit Tigers...
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter reacts after striking out during the first inning of their MLB baseball game against the Detroit Tigers in Detroit, Michigan April 27, 2009. Jeter's first at-bat, a strikeout, marked his 8,103rd career at-bat, surpassing Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle for the sole possession of first place on the Yankees' all-time at-bats list. REUERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES SPORT BASEBALL)
BASEBALL/
RTX8SH8
September 22, 2008
Family members of late New York Yankee Bobby Murcer and former Yankee Mickey Mantle acknowledge the crowd...
New York, UNITED STATES
Family members of late New York Yankee Murcer acknowledge crowd before the final regular season MLB American...
Family members of late New York Yankee Bobby Murcer and former Yankee Mickey Mantle acknowledge the crowd before the final regular season MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York, September 21, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX85MF
July 26, 2008
Baseball souvenirs including photos of New York Yankees players Mickey Mantle (L) and Goose Gossage are...
Cooperstown, UNITED STATES
Baseball souvenirs for sale at the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend in Cooperstown
Baseball souvenirs including photos of New York Yankees players Mickey Mantle (L) and Goose Gossage are displayed on a sales tale on Main Street as the National Baseball Hall of Fame holds its Induction Weekend in Cooperstown, New York, July 26, 2008. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX6J1X
June 05, 2008
New York Yankees' Derek Jeter reaches to catch his cap as he walks to a post-game interview after they...
New York, UNITED STATES
Yankees' Jeter catches cap after beating Blue Jays in New York
New York Yankees' Derek Jeter reaches to catch his cap as he walks to a post-game interview after they beat the Toronto Blue Jays in their MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York June 4, 2008. Jeter passed Mickey Mantle and is now third on the all-time hit list for the Yankees. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX6J1L
June 05, 2008
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez playfully removes the cap of team mate Derek Jeter as Jeter...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Yankees' Rodriguez removes cap of Jeter after beating Toronto Blue Jays in New York
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez playfully removes the cap of team mate Derek Jeter as Jeter walks to a post-game interview after they beat the Toronto Blue Jays in their MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York June 4, 2008. Jeter passed Mickey Mantle and is now third on the all-time hit list for the Yankees. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX6IZO
June 05, 2008
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter tips his helmet to the cheering crowd after he singled against Toronto...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Yankees' Jeter tips hat after passing Mantle on career hit list against Toronto Blue Jays in...
New York Yankees batter Derek Jeter tips his helmet to the cheering crowd after he singled against Toronto Blue Jays in the third inning of their MLB American League baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York June 4, 2008. The hit was his 2416th, passing Mickey Mantle in third place in the Yankees career hit list. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX4RR
November 09, 2007
Vince Donahue (L) and Marshall Fogel look at baseball bats used by Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle which...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Donahue and Fogel look at baseball bats used by Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle which are on display at...
Vince Donahue (L) and Marshall Fogel look at baseball bats used by Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle which are on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in Louisville, Kentucky, November 8, 2007 . These bats along with more than 1100 other baseball memorabilia items will be auctioned off at the museum in Louisville on November 10th. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/
RTX4RQ
November 09, 2007
A Louisville Slugger bat used by Major League baseball player Mickey Mantle on display at the Louisville...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
A Louisville Slugger bat used by Major League baseball player Mickey Mantle on display at the Louisville...
A Louisville Slugger bat used by Major League baseball player Mickey Mantle on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in Louisville, Kentucky, November 8, 2007 . This bat along with more than 1100 baseball memorabilia items will be auctioned off at the museum in Louisville on November 10th. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES)
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR1J71Y
November 09, 2006
A jersey worn by New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle and a baseball signed by Fred Clarke are displayed...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
A jersey worn by New York Yankees great Mantle and a baseball signed by Clarke are displayed in Louisville...
A jersey worn by New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle and a baseball signed by Fred Clarke are displayed at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in Louisville, Kentucky November 9, 2006. The jersey and ball, along with more than 1,100 baseball memorabilia items, will be auctioned off at the museum in Louisville on November 10 and 11. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES)
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRRY00
June 12, 2004
Baltimore Orioles' Rafael Palmeiro (R) is greeted by teammate Melvin Mora after hitting the 536th home...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
ORIOLES PALMEIRO GREETED BY MORA AFTER TYING MICKEY MANTLE ON HOME RUN LIST.
Baltimore Orioles' Rafael Palmeiro (R) is greeted by teammate Melvin Mora after hitting the 536th home run of his career to tie MLB New York great Mickey Mantle for 11th place on the all-time home run list, in the third inning of their inter league game against the San Francisco Giants at Camden Yards in Baltimore, June 12, 2004. In the eighth inning of the game Palmeiro surpassed Mantle by hitting his 537th, and second of the game. Giants catcher A.J,. Pierzynski is at center, background. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG
PEOPLE MANTLE
RTRQV3A
December 08, 2003
Memorabilia from New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle is auctioned in
New York on December 8, 2003....
New York
MICKEY MANTLE MEMORABILIA IS AUCTIONED IN NEW YORK.
Memorabilia from New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle is auctioned in
New York on December 8, 2003. The auction included MVP trophies,
baseballs, bats and contracts for each year he played. REUTERS/Chip
East

CME/GAC
PEOPLE MANTLE
RTRQV38
December 08, 2003
Memorabilia from New York Yankees baseball legend Mickey Mantle is
auctioned in New York on December...
New York
MICKEY MANTLE BATS AND BALL ARE AUCTIONED IN NEW YORK.
Memorabilia from New York Yankees baseball legend Mickey Mantle is
auctioned in New York on December 8, 2003, including these bats and an
autographed ball which went for $8,500. The auction includes MVP
trophies, baseballs, bats and contracts for each year he played.
REUTERS/Chip East

CME/GAC
PEOPLE MANTLE
RTRQV36
December 08, 2003
An autographed baseball from New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle is
auctioned in New York on December...
New York
MICKEY MANTLE MEMORABILIA AUCTIONED IN NEW YORK INCLUDING SIGNED BALL.
An autographed baseball from New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle is
auctioned in New York on December 8, 2003. The auction includes MVP
trophies, baseballs, bats and contracts that are being put up for
auction by Mantle's family members. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/GAC
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRP4AV
September 25, 2003
Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa (R) celebrates his two-run home run off of
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Todd Van...
Cincinnati
CHICAGO CUBS SAMMY SOSA CONGRATULATED BY COACH WENDELL KIM.
Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa (R) celebrates his two-run home run off of
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Todd Van Poppel with Cubs third base coach
Wendell Kim (L) during the third inning of play at the Great American
Ball Park in Cincinnati, September 25, 2003. Sosa hit his 38th homer of
the season and his 537 major league career homer to go ahead of Mickey
Mantle for the 10th-highest career total in big league history.
REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPSII/GAC
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRP4AJ
September 25, 2003
The Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa watches his two-run home run off of
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Todd Van Poppel...
Cincinnati
CHICAGO CUBS SAMMY SOSA WATCHES HIS HOME RUN BALL FLY OVER CENTER FIELD
WALL.
The Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa watches his two-run home run off of
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Todd Van Poppel fly over the center field wall
during the third inning of play at Great American Ball Park in
Cincinnati, September 25, 2003. Sosa's home run was his 38th homer of
the season and his 537 major league career homer to go ahead of Mickey
Mantle for the 10th-highest career total in big league history.
REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPSII/GAC
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRP4A5
September 25, 2003
Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa hits a two-run home run off of Cincinnati Reds
pitcher Todd Van Poppel during...
Cincinnati
CHICAGO CUBS SAMMY SOSA HITS A TWO RUN HOME RUN.
Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa hits a two-run home run off of Cincinnati Reds
pitcher Todd Van Poppel during the third inning of play at Great
American Ball Park in Cincinnati, September 25, 2003. Sosa hit his 38th
homer of the season and his 537 major league career homer to go ahead
of Mickey Mantle for the 10th-highest career total in big league
history. REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPSII/GAC
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14Z5Q
December 13, 2001
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman (L) and manager Joe
Torre (R) hold up his new jersey...
New York, United States of America
JASON GIAMBI WITH YANKEES CASHMAN AND TORRE.
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman (L) and manager Joe
Torre (R) hold up his new jersey in front of Jason Giambi (C) at a
press conference where the Yankees indroduced Giambi after signing the
Oakland A's free-agent first baseman to a reported 7 year, $120 million
dollar contract December 13, 2001 at Yankee Stadium in New York.
Giambi, who wore number 16 in Oakland, could not have the number with
the Yankees as it was the retired number of former Yankees Hall of Fame
member/pitcher Whitey Ford. Giambi chose 25 as both numerals totaled 7,
the retired number that Yankees Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle wore.
REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

RFS
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14PO5
October 13, 2001
Cleveland Indians Jim Thome celebrates a solo homerun with teammate
Omar Vizquel (lower left) in the...
Cleveland, United States of America
INDIANS JIM THOME CELEBRATES HOME RUN WITH OMAR VIZQUEL.
Cleveland Indians Jim Thome celebrates a solo homerun with teammate
Omar Vizquel (lower left) in the sixth inning of Game 3 of their
American League Divisional Series in Cleveland, October 13, 2001. Thome
hit the homer off Seattle Mariners relief picher Paul Abbott. This was
Thome's 17th post-season homerun and he now stands behind Reggie
Jackson and Mickey Mantle who both have the record with 18. Cleveland
won the game, 17-2, and lead the series two games to one. REUTERS/Gary
Harwood

PJ
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14PNW
October 13, 2001
Cleveland Indians Jim Thome celebrates a solo home run off Seattle
Mariners relief picher Paul Abbott...
Cleveland, United States of America
INDIANS THOME CELEBRATES HOME RUN OFF SEATTLE MARINERS.
Cleveland Indians Jim Thome celebrates a solo home run off Seattle
Mariners relief picher Paul Abbott in the sixth inning of Game 3 of
their American League Divisional Series in Cleveland, October 13, 2001.
This was Thome's 17th post-season home run and he now stands behind
Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle who both have the record with 18.
REUTERS/Gary Harwood

PJ/ME
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14C3I
July 18, 2001
San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds hits his 42nd home run of the year,
off Colorado Rockies' starting...
San Francisco, USA
GIANTS BONDS HITS 42ND HOME RUN.
San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds hits his 42nd home run of the year,
off Colorado Rockies' starting pitcher Mike Hampton, in the fifth
inning at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco, July 18, 2001. The home
run was career number 536 for Bonds, tying him with Mickey Mantle for
ninth place on the all-time list.

LD/HB
AUCTION
RTRQPHB
August 03, 1999
Baseball memorabilia collector Barry Halper holds a pair of baseball shoes worn by Mickey Mantle while...
New York, USA
BARRY HALPER HOLDS MICKEY MANTLE'S SHOES.
Baseball memorabilia collector Barry Halper holds a pair of baseball shoes worn by Mickey Mantle while standing next to a Mantle game jersey August 3 in New York. Halper's collection, believed to be that largest private collection in the World, contains over 100,000 pieces and will be auctioned by Sotheby's starting September 23.

JC/JP/ME
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR10GJR
April 25, 1999
Singer Paul Simon waves as he prepares to perform "Mrs. Robinson", the song made famous by Simon and...
New York, USA
PAUL SIMON SINGS AS YANKEES UNVEIL DIMAGGIO MONUMENT AT YANKEE STADIUM.
Singer Paul Simon waves as he prepares to perform "Mrs. Robinson", the song made famous by Simon and Garfunkel, in which some of the lines read: "Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio...?". Simon performed the song in center field where DiMaggio played, before the Yankees unveiled the monument to DiMaggio prior to the Yankees game with the Toronto Blue Jays April 25 at Yankee Stadium. DiMaggio's monument is the fifth, preceeded by ones dedicated to Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Miller Huggins and Mickey Mantle in the famed stadium's Monument Park.

RFS/ME
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR10GIC
April 25, 1999
The monument to Joe DiMaggio is pictured after it was unveiled before the Yankees game with the Toronto...
New York, USA
DIMAGGIO MONUMENT AT YANKEE STADIUM.
The monument to Joe DiMaggio is pictured after it was unveiled before the Yankees game with the Toronto Blue Jays April 25 at Yankee Stadium. DiMaggio's monument is the fifth, preceeded by ones dedicated to Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Miller Huggins and Mickey Mantle in the famed stadium's Monument Park.

RFS/ME
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR10GI2
April 25, 1999
New York Yankees Hall of Famers, family members and friends unveil the monument to Joe DiMaggio before...
New York, USA
YANKEES HALL OF FAMERS AND FAMILY UNVEIL DIMAGGIO MONUMENT AT YANKEE STADIUM.
New York Yankees Hall of Famers, family members and friends unveil the monument to Joe DiMaggio before the Yankees game with the Toronto Blue Jays April 25 at Yankee Stadium. DiMaggio's monument is the fifth, preceeded by ones dedicated to Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Miller Huggins and Mickey Mantle in the famed stadium's Monument Park. From the left are: Yogi Berra, Roger Stein, Phil Rizzuto, Morris Englberg, Whitey Ford (hidden), Kathie DiMaggio Stein and Paula DiMaggio Hamra.

RFS
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR10GHB
April 25, 1999
New York Yankees Hall of Famers (L to R) Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto and Whitey Ford look at the monument...
New York, USA
YANKEES HALL OF FAMERS UNVEIL DIMAGGIO MONUMENT AT YANKEE STADIUM.
New York Yankees Hall of Famers (L to R) Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto and Whitey Ford look at the monument to Joe DiMaggio they helped unveil before the Yankees game with the Toronto Blue Jays April 25 at Yankee Stadium. DiMaggio's monument is the fifth one to be placed, preceeded by monuments dedicated to Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Miller Huggins and Mickey Mantle in the famed stadium's Monument Park.

RFS/ME
RTRTYHM
September 17, 1997
St. Louis Cardinals' first baseman Mark McGwire and home plate umpire Charlie Reliford (R) watch as McGwire's...
multiple countries
CARDINALS MCGWIRE WATCHES HOME RUN AGAINST CUBS
St. Louis Cardinals' first baseman Mark McGwire and home plate umpire Charlie Reliford (R) watch as McGwire's ball clears the fence for a home run in the third inning of the game against the Chicago Cubs, in Chicago's Wrigley Field, September 17. McGwire's 53 home runs so far this year are the most by any player since Roger Maris hit a record 61 and Mickey Mantle added 54 for the 1961 New York Yankees.

SPORT BASEBALL
RTR5VTS
August 20, 1997
Kansas City Royals designated hitter Chili Davis gets congratulated by Jay Bell (L) after David hit a...
UNITED STATES
ROYALS DAVIS CONGRATULATED AFTER HOME RUN AGAINST ORIOLES
Kansas City Royals designated hitter Chili Davis gets congratulated by Jay Bell (L) after David hit a two run home run in the third inning of their August 19 game against the Baltimore Orioles. Davis' home run was his 320th career homer, putting him third on the all-time list of homers by a switch-hitter behind only Mickey Mantle and Eddie Murray. jat/Photo by Jeff A.

SPORT BASEBALL
RTR4977
June 07, 1997
Kansas City Royals' switch hitting designated hitter Chili Davis watches his sixth inning home run against...
multiple countries
KANSAS ROYALS' CHILI DAVIS HITS HOME RUN
Kansas City Royals' switch hitting designated hitter Chili Davis watches his sixth inning home run against the Texas Rangers, June 7. Earlier, Davis hit a home run, from the right side, and moves into a second place tie with Mickey Mantle with 10 career switch hit home runs in a game. The Royals won 10-4.

SPORT BASEBALL
MANTLE
RTXFT26
August 13, 1995
11JUL95 FILE PHOTO - New York Yankee Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mickey Mantle died August 13 following his...
11JUL95 FILE PHOTO - New York Yankee Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mickey Mantle died August 13 following h.....
11JUL95 FILE PHOTO - New York Yankee Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mickey Mantle died August 13 following his battle with cancer, hospital officials said. Mantle is shown during a news conference at Baylor University shortly after he underwent a liver transplant, which was credited with saving his life at the time
MANTLE
RTXFXL2
July 11, 1995
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle touches a huge poster of himself from his glory days signed by well-wishers...
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle touches a huge poster of himself from his glory days signed by well-wi.....
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle touches a huge poster of himself from his glory days signed by well-wishers after talking to reporters at the Baylor University Medical Center July 11. Mantle recently under went a liver transplant that is credited with saving the life of the 63-year-old New York Yankee great. One of his doctors Daniel Demarco follows him. Mantle expressed regret over his hard drinking lifestyle July 11, he said " I would like to say to kids out there ... don't be like me
MANTLE
RTXFXKY
July 11, 1995
Babseball legend Mickey Mantle waves goodbye as he is flanked by his doctors after talking to reporters...
Babseball legend Mickey Mantle waves goodbye as he is flanked by his doctors after talking to repor.....
Babseball legend Mickey Mantle waves goodbye as he is flanked by his doctors after talking to reporters at the Baylor University Medial Center, July 11. Mantle recently underwent a liver transplant that is credited with saving the life of the 63-year-old New York Yankee great. (L to R) Doctors Robert Goldstein, Daniel Demarco and Jeffrey Crippen follow him
MANTLE
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July 11, 1995
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle talks to reporters at the Baylor University Medical Center, July 11. Mantle...
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle talks to reporters at the Baylor University Medical Center, July 11. M.....
Baseball legend Mickey Mantle talks to reporters at the Baylor University Medical Center, July 11. Mantle recently underwent a liver transplant that is credited with saving the life of the 63-year-old New York Yankee great. Mantle expressed regret over his hard drinking lifestyle, he said " I would like to say to kids out there ... don't be like me
PITTSBURGH
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July 11, 1994
FORMER AMERICAN LEAGUE SLUGGERS NEW YORK YANKEE'S MANTLE AND MINNESOTA TWIN'S KILLEBREW LAUGH DURING...
Pittsburgh, United States of America
FORMER AMERICAN LEAGUE SLUGGERS NEW YORK YANKEE'S MANTLE AND MINNESOTA TWIN'S KILLEBREW LAUGH DURING...
FORMER AMERICAN LEAGUE SLUGGERS NEW YORK YANKEE'S MANTLE AND MINNESOTA TWIN'S KILLEBREW LAUGH DURING ALL-STAR GAME IN PITTSBURGH. Former American League sluggers New York Yankees' Mickey Mantle and Minnesota Twins' Harmon Killebrew laugh during the Upper Deck Heroes of Baseball All-Star game July 11, 1994 in Pittsburgh. Both players hit more than 500 home runs in their careers. The Major League All-Star game will be played July 12. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Joe Giza
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