1975 Topps Gum Card
Mickey Stanley was one of the best fielding outfielders in baseball history. He gathered four Gold Glove Awards, 1968-1970 and 1973, while committing no errors in 153 games in 1968 and none in 142 games in 1970. Mickey Stanley played all 15 major league seasons with the Detroit Tigers and had two errorless streaks of 160 games and 220 games.
In the 1968 World Series Tigers’ manager Eddie Mayo used Mickey Stanley at shortstop so Detroit ageing veteran All Kaline could play in his first World Series. Al Kaline responded by hitting .379 with 11 hits in 29 at bats, with 2 homers, 6 runs scored and 8 RBIs. Mickey Stanley went 6 for 28, .214 with 4 runs scored, and, made two errors that did not figure in any Cardinals runs. The Tigers defeated the Cardinals 4 games to 3.