Interesting view of Mantle making a nice grab while approaching the speakers in CF. Caption said April 17, 1964, but the Yanks were in Baltimore that day, so might be from the day before, Opening Day in YS, which was a single game against Boston.
Not exactly HD: how Yankee games were viewed in 1951:
Speaking of TV, here is a very old ad (1945) touting the Yankees:
Still more TV: The Scooter the day after he was released by the Yankees, watching Mantle batting on TV:
When the Scooter was a mini-Scooter: Phil in 1930 at the age of 13:
Nice one of Joe Page, Yankee relief pitcher. Probably taken after the 1949 WS. Page made 3 relief appearances in the 1949 WS, pitching 9 innings and allowing 2 earned runs, as the Yankees beat the Dodgers for the title.
BTW, never heard of "WABD". It's not on the list of Yankees broadcasters:
[EDIT: looks like WABD signified Dumont TV (the ABD stood for Allen Balcom DuMont, the station owner). Dumont TV is listed as the Yankee broadcaster from 1949-50.]