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Mickey Mantle’s Favorite Memory Of Yankee Stadium Involved A Sex Act Under The Bleachers


In a new, verified document from 1972, baseball legend Mickey Mantle describes (in graphic detail) receiving oral sex from a woman under Yankee Stadium’s right field bleachers… during a game.

Mantle, known for his womanizing lifestyle, retired from the Yankees on June 8th, 1969. Three years later, the team asked him to contribute to Yankee Stadium’s 50th anniversary celebration by sharing his favorite memory of the place.

And boy, did he ever.

Warning: the following language is pretty graphic. Proceed with caution.

“I got a blow-job under the right field Bleachers, by the Yankee Bull pen,” Mantle responded in a letter to Yankees then-Vice President Bob Fishel. “It was about the third or fourth inning. I had a pulled groin and couldn’t fuck at the time. She was a very nice girl and asked me what to do with the cum after I came in her mouth. I said don’t ask me, I’m no cock-sucker.”

Well, then.

Here are the letters (the first is from Fishel, the second is Mantle’s spirited response). It’s worth noting that Mantle signed his letter “Mickey Mantle, All-American Boy,” probably with more than a touch of sarcasm.


  • Billyboy

    What a piece of garbage he was. Does OK still claim him as one of theirs? How humiliating to the State, his Team, and his Family—though I doubt any of those three things ever mattered to this pos. Thank god for Ball Four and exposing him, Whitey and a few others for who as humans they really are—garbage.

    So glad this generation of ball players are pretty much leaving us now. They set the tone for the nonsense that is going on now. MLB are Frauds, liars, cheaters, and philanderers. No “All Americans” here…Bob Feller, Ted Williams maybe, they served their countries, these others, especially Mantel, absolute White Trash, as proven by Mick’s own words here.

  • Love Mickey

    Billyboy must be a queer Red Sox fan…

  • MulletHead

    The way he worded his response could be slightly misconstrued…..Did he receive his BJ from the bull pen staff or was the location of said BJ near the bull pen????

  • Cards!

    Shut up.

  • BB Fan

    In response to Billyboy above, Mick obviously didn’t intend this note to go public. Instead, I’m sure he was flippin’ a finger at Yankee management. Yeah, the same guys who gave him a $5,000 pay cut because his 1957 numbers dropped off (gee, big surprise there since he won the triple crown in ’56). If Yankee management were jerks in such a public way to their Franchise player and future Hall of Famer, you can only imagine some of the crap they shoveled his way over the years. As far as the BJ story… he’s a ball player for Pete’s sake, not the president…oops, I should have said priest…oops again. I tend to cut him a little slack. Bob Feller and Ted Williams both served this country at war, which took away some great years, but both were insufferable, egotistical jerks as well. As incredibly talented ballplayers go, Mick was a pretty decent guy with his teammates and when he was among us mere mortals. If you ever get the chance, ask one of Barroid Bonds’ ex-teammates what kind of guy he was.

  • BB Fan

    In response to Billyboy above, Mick obviously didn’t intend this note to go public. Instead, I’m sure he was flippin’ a finger at Yankee management. Yeah, the same guys who gave him a $5,000 pay cut because his 1957 numbers dropped off (gee, big surprise there since he won the triple crown in ’56). If Yankee management were jerks in such a public way to their Franchise player and future Hall of Famer, you can only imagine some of the crap they shoveled his way over the years. As far as the BJ story… he’s a ball player for Pete’s sake, not the president…oops, I should have said priest…oops again. I tend to cut him a little slack. Bob Feller and Ted Williams both served this country at war, which took away some great years, but both were insufferable, egotistical jerks as well. As incredibly talented ballplayers go, Mick was a pretty decent guy with his teammates and when he was among us mere mortals. If you ever get the chance, ask one of Barroid Bonds’ ex-teammates what kind of guy he was.


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