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Season 4: 1954

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058 04/19/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Chuck Stobbs Right-handed 3rd CF

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Yankees 5,
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Description: Mickey got off to a slow start in 1954 mainly due to off-season knee surgery and rehab. The first surgery in November 1953 was to remove torn cartilage from his right knee - the same knee he'd injured in the 1951 World Series. Mickey wasn't fully dedicated to his rehabilitation - he later said he had been "lazy and sloppy" about his program - and re-injured himself in a basketball game. He had a second surgery just before spring training to remove a fluid-filled cyst from behind his knee, which prevented him from participating in most of spring training. His bad knee particularly hampered his left-handed batting - he couldn't step into pitches properly because his right knee would buckle - and in some instances rode the bench against right-handed pitchers.

Mickey's first homer of the 1954 season come in the second game of a "Patriot's Day" morning/afternoon doubleheader in Boston where the Red Sox won the first game 2-1. In that game Mickey struck out four times, the last time on three pitches with the bases loaded in the ninth inning. In the second game Mickey hit a solo shot for his first homer of the 1954 season.

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059 04/23/1954 Yankee Stadium Boston Red Sox Leo Kiely Right-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 5,
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Description: Mickey hit a solid solo home run into the right-field bleachers at Yankee Stadium.

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060 05/07/1954 Yankee Stadium Philadelphia A's Morrie Martin Right-handed 3rd CF 425+ feet

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Yankees 2,
Athletics 0

Description: Mickey rocketed a towering home run high over the 402-foot sign in left-field that came down past the double row of box seats.

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061 05/21/1954 Yankee Stadium Boston Red Sox Frank Sullivan Left-handed 3rd CF

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Red Sox 6, Yankees 1

Description: Mickey struck out three straight times before coming to the plate with a runner on and the Yankees down 6-1. This time he crushed a drive that flew over the auxiliary scoreboard in right field, landing in the right field bleachers.

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062 05/22/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Ted Clevenger Left-handed 3rd CF

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Yankees 7, Red Sox 0

Description: Mickey obliterated his early season slump by going 4-for-5 with 4 rbi, a stolen base, a triple and a home run. The Mick used all of his offensive weapons in this game: his blazing speed to beat out a grounder to first for an rbi single in the third, his power to crush a two-run homer into the right-field bleachers in the sixth, and both in the seventh when he cracked an opposite-field rbi triple - his near-home run bounced off the top of the railing in left-field. It was early enough in the season for him to raise his average 37 points in this one game, taking his average above .250. He also drove in ten runs in this three-game series with Boston, more than doubling his season total from 7 to 17. By the end of May he was batting .311, going 21-for-45 - a .467 average! - for the month of May.

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063 05/23/1954 Yankee Stadium Boston Red Sox Bill Henry Right-handed 3rd CF  

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Red Sox 10,
Yankees 9

Description: Mickey tied the game in the third by clouting a long three-run home run into the left-field seats. He also hit an rbi single but struck out to end the game.

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064 05/25/1954 Griffith Stadium Washington Senators Sonny Dixon Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 9, Senators 3

Description: Mickey beat out two infield hits for singles, walked and homered over the right-field wall in the eighth inning. He also struck out twice.

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065 05/29/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Sid Hudson Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 10,
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Description: Mickey rocketed a homer into the netting above the "Green Monster" in left-field. He had a ten-game hitting streak and brought his average above .300.

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066 05/30/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Willard Nixon Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Red Sox 3,
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Description: Mickey homered into the right-field bullpen to tie the game but the Yankees couldn't score again and lost 3-1. His hitting streak was extended to 11 games.

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067 06/18/1954 Yankee Stadium Baltimore Orioles Don Larsen Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 5,
Orioles 2

Description: Mickey's first home run against the Orioles - formerly the St. Louis Browns - came off Don Larsen, who later became Mickey's teammate and pitched the only perfect game in World Series history. Mickey punched his homer into the right-field stands.

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068 06/10/1954 Yankee Stadium Detroit Tigers Ralph Branca Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 9,
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Description: Mickey went 2-for-5 with a homer, two runs scored and two rbi and the Yankees beat the Tigers 9-5 in NY.

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069 06/20/1954 Comiskey Park Chicago White Sox Don Johnson Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 16,
White Sox 6

Description: Mickey reached base five times, scored four times and drove in two runs with a two-run homer.

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070 06/26/1954 Municipal Stadium Cleveland Indians Bob Hooper Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 11,
Indians 9

Description: Mickey made a bad throw early in the game to help the Indians take a 2-1 lead. However, his two hits - an rbi double and a solo home run - gave them a 7-5 lead and the Yankees went on to win 11-5.

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071 06/30/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Willard Nixon Left-handed

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Red Sox 6,
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Description: Mickey gave the Yankees their only run with an opposite-field homer launched into the net above the "Green Monster" in left.

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072 07/01/1954 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Frank Sullivan Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 8,
Red Sox 7

Description: Mickey crushed a two-run homer, drove in three runs and made a spectacular catch to help the Yankees to a one-run victory over the Red Sox, 8-7.

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073 07/03/1954 Yankee Stadium Washington Senators Bob Porterfield Left-handed 3rd CF 440 feet

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Yankees 3,
Senators 2

Description: Mickey smashed a 440-foot opposite field homer into the left-field seats and drove in all three Yankee runs to carry them to a 3-2 win over the Nats. He had a 12-game hitting streak and raised his average to .320.

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074 09/01/1954 Connie Mack Stadium Philadelphia A's Arnie Portocarrero Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 7,
Athletics 4

Description: Mickey hit a back-to-back homer after Joe Collins to help the Yankees sweep a doubleheader from the A's in Philadelphia. It was their first doubleheader sweep of the season after splitting their first ten twinbills.

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075 07/07/1954 Yankee Stadium

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Yankees 17,
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Description: Mickey hit his twelfth left-handed homer in a row, going 3-for-4 with four runs scored and two rbi.

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076 07/19/1954 Yankee Stadium Detroit Tigers Ted Gray Right-handed 5th CF  

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Yankees 8,
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Description: Mickey broke his streak of consecutive left-handed homers with a high drive that landed deep in the lower deck seats in left-field, his first righty homer since May 23rd.

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077 07/22/1954 Yankee Stadium Chicago White Sox Don Johnson Left-handed 3rd CF/SS  

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Yankees 4,
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Description: Mickey goes 4-for-9, with a 10th inning game winning home run, 4 rbi and 3 runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of the White Sox in NY. The Mick even played shortstop for the final two innings before his walk-off home run.

Manager Casey Stengel used four pinch-hitters in the eighth inning - he got a homer and a walk from them - giving Mickey the chance to score Bill "Moose" Skowron from second with a two-out, game-tying single. Stengel was then forced to shuffle his players in the field, shifting Irv Noren from right to center, moving Mickey to shortstop (a position that had challenged him greatly early in his career) and putting Gil McDougal in at second for the first time in his career. Fortunately Mickey didn't get a single defensive chance in his two innings at short.

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078 07/28/1954 Comiskey Park Chicago White Sox Jack Harshman Right-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 7,
White Sox 5

Description: Mickey belted another game-winning homer in the ninth-inning to give the Yankees a 7-5 win over the White Sox. A rain delay stopped play for over an hour and when play resumed Mickey smashed a three-run homer into the lower left-centerfield seats.

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079 08/05/1954 Municipal Stadium Cleveland Indians Early Wynn Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 5,
Indians 2

Description: Another two-homer game for The Mick. This first home run in the fourth inning off Hall of Fame pitcher Early Wynn staked the Yankees to a 1-0 lead. Mickey's two solo home runs against the first-place Indians help keep the Yankees in the pennant race.

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080 08/05/1954 Municipal Stadium Cleveland Indians Ray Narelski Left-handed 3rd CF 500 feet

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Yankees 5,
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Description: Mickey's second home run of the game, a tremendous 500-foot shot into the upper deck in right field, was Mickey's response to a taunt from Joe Collins. Mickey was getting a lot of press about his long home runs ever since his monster shot at Griffith Stadium in Washington in April 1953. Collins was batting second in front of Mickey. When Collins batted in the eighth inning he drove a Ray Narelski 475-feet into the upper deck in right field. As he crossed the plate he said to Mickey, "Go chase that!"

On the first pitch from Narelski Mickey walloped the ball deep to right-field in the same direction as Collins' homer. But Mickey's shot went about twenty-five feet further toward center and several rows deeper into the same upper deck seats as Joe's homer went. Mickey's homer went nearly five-hundred feet!

When Mickey got back to the dugout he headed to the water fountain by Collins. As he took a sip he asked, "What did you say, Joe?"

Collins replied, "Aw, go sh#* in your hat!"

Quotes & Comments: "Go chase that!" - Joe Collins to Mickey after pounding a 475-foot homer into the upper deck.

"What did you say, Joe?" - Mickey to Joe Collins after his back-to-back 500-foot homer on the first pitch following Collins' homer.

"Aw, go sh#* in your hat!" - Collins to Mickey.

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081 07/28/1954 Briggs Stadium Detroit Tigers Billy Hoeft Right-handed 3rd CF  

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Tigers 10, Yankees 8

Description: Mickey's two-run homer helped the Yankees come back to tie the game at eight, but it wasn't enough and the Yankees lost 10-8.

Mickey just-missed clouting a tremendous home run late in the game.The ball shot over the right-field roof but hooked foul just before reaching the foul pole. It would have been his second homer of the game.

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082 08/12/1954 Yankee Stadium Philadelphia A's Arnie Portocarrero Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 5, Athletics 4

Description: Mickey's solo home run in the eighth inning gave the Yankees a 5-4 victory over the A's.

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083 08/15/1954 Yankee Stadium Boston Red Sox Hal Brown Left-handed 3rd CF  

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Yankees 14, Red Sox 9

Description: Mickey reached base five times with three walks. He scored three runs and drove in two. Mickey put to rest his early concerns about his performance against Boston and became a Red Sox killer: this solo home run was his eleventh of the season against them. He went 32-for-85, a .376 batting average, scored 26 runs and drove in 28 runs.

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084 09/02/1954 Yankee Stadium Cleveland Indians Bob Lemon Left-handed 1st CF  

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Yankees 3, Indians 2

Description: Mickey had gone into a late season slump so Casey Stengel decided to bat him in the leadoff spot against right-handed pitchers. Leading off the sixth inning Mickey absolutely crushed Bob Lemon's first pitch deep into the upper deck in right-field, about 100 feet above the 344-foot sign at field level. The Yankees victory keeps them in the hunt for the pennant but ten days later they lost a doubleheader to Cleveland and fall out of the race. The Indians end the season with a record 111 wins, with the Yankees in second place.

Mickey ended the season right at .300, with 102 rbi, 129 runs scored and 27 homers. His slow start and late season slump may have cost him the Triple Crown.

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