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Michael Aubrecht Pinstripe Press

As Baseball-Fever's Message Boards continue to grow in volume and popularity, so has the fan base of true baseball die-hards that frequent them. Our little corner, the Yankees Message Board, features some of the best commentary and analysis that this site has to offer. In an effort to share even more opinions and information with true Yankee die-hards, we have decided to publish this monthly newsletter dedicated to baseball's most storied franchise.

Each issue will feature historical essays, player profiles, season commentary, fanclub info, merchandising classifieds, etc. with links to other related Yankees points of interest on this site or the web. All issues will be archived and posted on the Pinstripe Press website. A true e-fan mag, written BY the fans, FOR the fans. We are always looking for help, whatever you want to contribute, your words, and your ideas!

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Player Profile
#7 Mickey Mantle

Born: October 20, 1931, Spavinaw, Oklahoma
Died: August 13, 1995, Dallas, Texas
Elected to HOF in 1974 (88.22%)

Mickey Mantle achieved greatness despite an arrested case of osteomyelitis and frequent surgery. The powerful Yankee switch-hitter belted 536 homers, won the AL home run and slugging titles four times, collected 2,415 hits, and batted .300 or more 10 times. The three-time MVP was named to 20 All-Star teams. He holds numerous WS records, including most home runs (18). Source: MLB Hall Of Fame

Coming Next Issue: 2003 season analysis, commentary and predictions, greetings from Scotland, 1927 Yankees tribute, Munson profile, and more!

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