Mickey Mantle's Longest Home Run?

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Mickey Mantle's longest home run took place on September 10, 1960. The baseball legend hit a ball 634 feet while playing for the New York Yankees. Mickey Mantle was born on October 20, 1931 and died on August 13, 1995.
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4-17-1953 Mantle hit a 565 foot home run in Washington D.C. Griffin stadium.
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Longest measured home run is 634 ft by Mickey Mantle, when playing for
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Mickey Mantle set the record in 1963 at Yankee Stadium for longest home run ever hit at 734 feet! Ask!
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A lot was said of the ball he hit in Washington in 1953 that went over 560 feet, but ten years later he hit one off the facade of Yankee Stadium, and I think he may have hit a second
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