$850,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$20Initial Offering Share Price
06/2021Initial Offering Date
One of the greatest to ever play the game of baseball, Mickey Mantle’s numbers (3 MVPs, 7 World Series wins, 20 All-Star appearances) hardly do justice to the larger-than-life Yankee. Starting by replacing the legendary Joe DiMaggio in centerfield, Mantle would come through time and time again for the Yankees over the course of his 18 seasons. Rally’s #60MANTLE is a 1960 Signed Mickey Mantle Game-Worn Road Jersey. Worn during the prime of his career, Mantle donned #60MANTLE during a season in which he led the league in runs scored (119) and homeruns (40), placing second in MVP voting behind his teammate Roger Maris.
“Somebody once asked me if I ever went up to the plate trying to hit a home run. I said, ‘Sure, every time.'”— Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle is born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma.
Yankees Scout Tom Greenwade arrives at the Mantle home one day after Mickey’s high school graduation. After watching Mantle play, Greenwade, Mickey and Mickey’s father, “Mutt,” gathered in Greenwade’s car and signed a professional contract.
Mantle plays in his first MLB game for the Yankees, collecting one hit.
In the second game of the World Series, the rookie Mantle is tracking a fly ball from the bat of Willie Mays, only to have his cleat catch on a sprinkler head. The Yankees would go on to win the series, but Mantle’s injury plagued him for the rest of his career.
The Yankees win the World Series in a 7-game nail-biter against the Dodgers. During the season Mantle is tasked with filling the shoes of “The Yankee Clipper,” Joe DiMaggio in centerfield. Just a 20-year-old kid, Mantle is named to his first All-Star Game and places third in MVP voting.
Mantle wins the Triple Crown and is awarded his first MVP, leading the MLB in batting average (.353), homeruns (52), and RBI’s (130).
For the second consecutive season, Mantle wins the MVP, hitting .365 with 34 homeruns, 94 RBI’s, and 121 runs scored.
Mantle places second in MVP voting for the 1960 season, during which he donned #60MANTLE. The slugger leads the league in homeruns (40) for the fourth time in his career.
For the third and final time, Mantle is the league’s Most Valuable Player, hitting .321 with 30 homeruns and 89 RBI’s.
Mantle announces his retirement: “I’m not going to play baseball anymore…That’s all I know. I can’t play anymore. I don’t hit the ball when I need to, I can’t steal when I need to. I can’t score from second when I need to.”
Mantle is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, reminding everyone that in addition to all of his achievements, he “also broke Babe Ruth's record for strikeouts."
As Mantle’s post-baseball life went on, his battles with alcoholism began to take its toll. In his final days, having undergone extensive treatment to his battered liver, Mantle holds a press conference to address the children of the nation: "Don't be like me. God gave me a body and the ability to play baseball. I had everything and I just . . ."
At age 63, Mantle dies in Dallas, Texas.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #60MANTLE and offer it on the Rally platform.
Only 42,500 shares @ $20.00 per share will be available to qualified investors on Rally Rd. Once the initial offering (occurring in June of 2021) is fully funded, the 1960 Signed Mickey Mantle Game-Worn Yankees Jersey (#60MANTLE) will be professionally stored, maintained, and insured on behalf of the investors. After a minimum 90-day lock up period, investors in #60MANTLE will be permitted to offer their shares for sale within the app through registered broker-dealers during regular Trading Windows, and new and existing investors can also place bids to acquire shares.Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$20.00|
|Number of Shares||42,500|
|Player/Number||Mickey Mantle / 7|
|Team||New York Yankees|
|Memorabilia Type||Game-Worn and Signed Jersey|
|Model||New York Yankees Road Jersey|
|Primary Color (Jersey)||Grey|
|Secondary Color (Jersey)||Navy Blue|