Although he was originally signed by the Atlanta Braves, the first Mickey Rivers appearance in Major League Baseball was with the California Angels in 1970. He stayed with the Angels until 1975, leading the league in triples and reaching a career-high 70 bases.
Rivers was traded to the New York Yankees for the 1976 season and he continued to excel. That year, he was selected for the All-Star Team. He also placed third in the MVP voting and was named an outfielder on The Sporting News AL All-Star team. The Mickey Rivers appearance with the Yankees helped the team win back-to-back World Series titles in 1977 and 1978.
**Mickey Rivers Speaker**
A Mickey Rivers speaker appearance will surely include his major league baseball experiences, but can also include his minor league successes. For example, Rivers lead the Pioneer League with 66 bases on balls in 1969, tied for the Texas League leads in hits in 1970, and lead the Pacific Coast Leagues in hits and stolen bases in 1973.
**Mickey Rivers Appearance**
A Mickey Rivers appearance was generally known for his speed, being a hard-to-strikeout leadoff hitter, and his exceptional fielding skills.
**Mickey Rivers Endorsement**
Nicknamed Mick the Quick, he is widely recognized as the fastest Yankee of all time, a Mickey Rivers endorsement he is still proud of to this day.
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