Mickey Mantle’s hand-written lewd oral sex note up for auction

Mickey Mantle with actress Doris Day

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Lelands is auctioning off a questionnaire that Yankees legend Mickey Mantle filled out. In it, he wrote about his experience of oral sex he had at Old Yankee Stadium.

This rare, “dirty” memento of a former Yankee great is something that could draw the attention of baseball fans. In it, Mickey Mantle, in response to a question about his favorite Yankee Stadium memory, wrote:

“I got a blow job under the right field bleachers by the Yankee bullpen.”

In response to a follow-up question, he wrote as many details as they could about that moment.

“It was about the third or fourth inning,” Mickey Mantle wrote, “I had a pulled groin and couldn’t f–k at the time. She was a very nice girl and asked me what to do with the c-m after I c–e in her mouth. I said don’t ask me, I’m no c–ksucker.”

Mickey Mantle was one of the best Yankees of all time, and his bad behavior off the field is almost as famous as his playing career. Bob Fishel, a former executive for the Yankees, gave the questionnaire to Mantle in 1973 to mark the 50th anniversary of Yankee Stadium.

Bidding on the questionnaire started at $1,000 and has already gone over $10,000. The auction ends on December 10. Marty Appel, who worked for the Yankees for a long time, confirmed that the questionnaire was real, but not necessarily the event was written about by Mickey Mantle. According to him:

“I was the Yankees Assistant PR Director then, with Bob Fishel my boss. We wrote to many ex-Yankees for a 1973 50th anniversary Yearbook feature on ‘greatest memory.’ That is my handwriting on ‘Dear Mickey’ and ‘Bob Fishel.’ Mick’s response is indeed his, in his handwriting, but it was meant to shock the very straight-laced Bob Fishel on whom he was always playing practical jokes.”

“The item is authentic, but the intent was bawdy humor, not depiction of a real event. I called Mick when I received it and said, ‘We’re going with the Barney Schultz home run in 1964’ and he laughed and said ‘Of course.’ I held the letter for decades (never showed Bob Fishel), finally gave it to Barry Halper, and from there it slipped off to others over time.”

How much do you think this Mickey Mantle write-up would fetch?

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