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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
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