Mickey Mantle Lying in the Dressing Room

(Original Caption) New York Yankees right fielder Mickey Mantle lies in the dressing room after he took a fall in the fifth inning of the second 1951 World Series game against the Giants, October 5. Series game against the Giants, October 5. Dr. Sideny S. Gaynor places an ice pack about the injured right knee of the player. About the injured right knee of the player. Mantle was crossing from right field after a long fly ball hit by Willie Mays when he fell. the catch was made by Joe Dimaggio who called for a stretcher after going over to the fallen rookie. Yanks went on to win the ball game, 3-1, evening the Series.
(Original Caption) New York Yankees right fielder Mickey Mantle lies in the dressing room after he took a fall in the fifth inning of the second 1951 World Series game against the Giants, October 5. Series game against the Giants, October 5. Dr. Sideny S. Gaynor places an ice pack about the injured right knee of the player. About the injured right knee of the player. Mantle was crossing from right field after a long fly ball hit by Willie Mays when he fell. the catch was made by Joe Dimaggio who called for a stretcher after going over to the fallen rookie. Yanks went on to win the ball game, 3-1, evening the Series.
Mickey Mantle Lying in the Dressing Room
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05 October, 1951
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