MICKEY MANTLE & JOE DIMAGGION AT YANKEE STADIUM - 1965 On Mickey Mantle Day in September 1965 over 50,000 fans at Yankee Stadium watch Mantle play his 2,000th game. Mantle waves to the fans then another great baseball player Joe DiMaggio gives a brief speech before turning the microphone over to Mickey Mantle.
Date: September, 1965 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:42:00, No Audio
EULOGY GIVEN AT SERVICE FOR FORMER OAKLAND RAIDER JOHN MATUSZAK Some 600 people turned out to bid goodbye to former Oakland Raider John Matuszak after the football player died of heart failure. Football stars such as the Raiders' owner Al Davis, Gene Upshaw of the Players Association and former linebacker Ted Hendrix. Teammate Mickey Marvin gives a moving eulogy during the service.
Date: June 21, 1989 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:47:00, With Audio
1952 WORLD SERIES HIGHLIGHTS Exterior shot of Ebbets Field, highlights of game 7 of the 1952 World Series. Pee Wee Reese singles home a run for Brooklyn, Mickey Mantle homers for the Yankees, Billy Martin makes a lunging catch of Jackie Robinson's pop up. The Yankees mob each other while running off the field after winning the series. Brooklyn manager Charlie Dressen congratulates Yankee skipper Casey Stengel in the clubhouse. Lots of crowd scenes
'56 WORLD SERIES PERFECT GAME A closeup of Don Larsen in his Yankee uniform, followed by Larsen being applauded at a sports banquet precede highlights from the fifth game of the 1956 World Series between the Yankees and Dodgers at Yankee Stadium during which Larsen pitched a perfect game with his no wind up style. Sal Maglie pitches for Brooklyn, Mickey Mantle catches a ball in center off Gil Hodges and later hits a homerun. Concludes with classic shot of catcher Yogi Berra jumping into Larsen's arms, followed by their teammates mobbing them.
WORLD SERIES 1964 GAMES THREE, FOUR & FIVE Game three of the World Series goes to the New York Yankees as they take on the St. Louis Cardinals and Mickey Mantle hits the first pitch into the stands. Game four goes to the Cardinals when Ken Boyer blasts a grand slam homer. The fifth game and the Cards win. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
ALL-STAR GAME OF 1964 The 35th All-Star baseball game gets under way at New York's Shea Stadium. The teams continually tie until the 9th inning when Johnny Callison hits a fast ball into the right field scoring three home runs and the game 7-4 for the National League.
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