Mickey Mantle & Rogers Hornsby Original 1957 World Series Photograph

Legendary St. Louis Cardinals Hall of famer Rogers Hornsby has Mickey Mantle’s attention as he speaks to him from Game 5 of the 1957 World Series played between the New York Yankees and the Milwaukee Braves at County Stadium, Milwaukee, in this 7.5 X 9.25 black and white original photograph identified and stamped Oct 7-1957 on the verso. Hornsby who led the Cardinals to their first World Series Championship in 1926 is considered one of the most best right-handed hitters in baseball history, winning seven batting titles besting a .400 batting average three times and twice winning the MVP and Triple Crown Awards. Mantle was a deft switch-hitter who led the Yankees to seven World Series titles, winning the MVP Award three times and the Triple Crown Award in 1956. Mantle’s 18 World Series home runs still stands as the record today. This awesome photograph is the only image that we have ever seen taken of these two icons together. Comes with a certificate that unconditionally guarantees the authenticity of this item.

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Mickey Mantle & Rogers Hornsby Original 1957 World Series Photograph

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