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  2. The Story of Joe DiMaggio (Baseball's Immortals) by Hall of Fame Series, 1961
  3. Baseball For Everyone by Joe DiMaggio, 2008-06-13
  4. Baseball for everyone;: A treasury of baseball lore and instruction for fans and players... With a special chapter "How to score" by Red Barber by Joe DiMaggio, 1948
  5. Yogi Berra Selects the Best Baseball Radio Shows, Vol. 1 (Golden Age of Radio)
  6. Lucky to be a Yankee (The Big league baseball library) by Joe DiMaggio, 1957
  7. The Di Maggio albums: Selections from public and private collections celebrating the baseball career of Joe Di Maggio by Joe DiMaggio, 1989
  8. Joe Dimaggio (more than baseball) by Kamalu Records, 2006
  9. Joe Dimaggio: The Story of One of Baseball's Greats by George De Gregorio, 1986-10
  10. Joe Dimaggio In More Than Baseball by Avalon, 2006
  11. 1938 Article " Baseball" Featuring Gus Suhr, Joe Dimaggio, Wes Ferrell, Lou Gehrig This is not a book but an article, ad or vintage paper item by Life Magazine, 1938
  13. Baseball for Everyone by Joe Dimaggio, 1949
  14. Baseball For Everyone by Joe DiMaggio, 2010-09-10

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Joe DiMaggio; Personal Info; Birth November 25, 1914 Death March 8, 1999 Professional Career; Debut May 3, 1936, New York Yankees Team(s) New York Yankees (1936–1942), (1946–1951)
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Jodo shu) Next (Joe Louis) Joe DiMaggio Personal Info Birth November 25, 1914 Death: March 8, 1999 Professional Career Debut May 3, 1936, New York Yankees Team(s) New York Yankees (1936–1942), (1946–1951) Career Highlights
  • Major League record 56-game hitting streak Led league in batting average 1939 (.381) and 1940 (.352) Led league in slugging percentage 1937 (.673) and 1950 (.585) Led league in runs 1937 (151) Led league in total bases 1937 (418), 1941 (348) and 1948 (355) Led league in triples 1936 (15) Led league in home runs 1937 (46) and 1948 (39) Led league in RBIs 1941 (125) and 1948 (155) Led league in extra-base hits 1941 (84) and 1950 (75) Led league in At Bats per Home Run 1948 (15.2)
Joseph Paul DiMaggio, born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio, Jr. (November 25, 1914 – March 8, 1999), nicknamed Joltin' Joe and The Yankee Clipper, was a Major League Baseball center fielder who played his entire Major League baseball career (1936–1951) for the New York Yankees. He was the brother of Vince DiMaggio and Dom DiMaggio, also baseball players. A three-time MVP winner and 13-time All-Star, DiMaggio was widely hailed for his accomplishments on both offense and defense, as well as for the grace with which he played the game. At the time of his retirement at age 36, he had the fifth-most career home runs (361) and sixth-highest slugging percentage (.579) in history. A "picture-perfect" player, many rate his 56-game hitting streak (May 15–July 17, 1941) as the top baseball feat of all time. A 1969 poll conducted to coincide with the centennial of professional baseball voted him the sport's greatest living player.

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DiMaggio, Joe (Joseph Paul DiMaggio) (dĭmăj`ēō', –m j`ēō'), 1914–99, American baseball player, b. Martinez, Calif. One of the most charismatic of 20thcentury sports

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Born: November 24, 1914
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Died: March 8, 1999
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Giuseppe Paolo (Joe) DiMaggio Jr. was born on November 24, 1914. He was the son of Italian immigrant parents. He grew up in the San Francisco, California, area with his four brothers and four sisters. All eleven DiMaggios lived in a small, four-room house. His father fished for crabs and his sons helped him when they were old enough. Joe did not like fishing, and he always found ways to avoid going out to sea with his father and brothers or to avoid cleaning the catch when the boat came home. At the age of seventeen DiMaggio started to play minor league baseball with the San Francisco Seals. One of his older brothers was playing on that team and recommended Joe for a position. Joe started with a salary of $250 a month. He became a Bay Area celebrity in 1933 when he got hits in sixty-one consecutive games, an all-time record for the league. His batting average (the percentage of time that a batter gets a hit) was .340 and he batted in 169 runs.
The streak During the 1940 season, DiMaggio captured his second consecutive batting title with a .352, but for the first time since he had joined the Yankees his team failed to win the pennant (the league championship). However

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DiMaggio, Joe (Joseph Paul) (1914–1999) US baseball player with the New York Yankees 1936–51, with whom he won the World Series ten times. In 1941 he set a record – yet

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byname of JOSEPH PAUL DIMAGGIO, also called JOLTIN' JOE, or THE YANKEE CLIPPER (b. Nov. 25, 1914, Martinez, Calif., U.S.), professional baseball player, an outstanding hitter, one of the greatest outfielders in the history of the game, and perhaps the best all-round baseball player in the 1940s. After minor league experience in San Francisco, he was acquired by the New York Yankees. Between 1936 and 1951, when he retired, he helped them to win 10 American League championships (he was in military service when they won the pennant in 1943) and nine World Series titles. In 1939 and 1940 DiMaggio led the American League in batting, with averages of .381 and .352 (his career mark was .325). One of the most remarkable major league records is his feat of hitting safely in 56 consecutive games (May 15-July 16, 1941). He played the outfield with such languid expertise that some ill-informed fans thought he was lazy. DiMaggio received the Most Valuable Player Award for the American League in 1939, 1941, and 1947, and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955. His brothers Vincent Paul and Dominic Paul DiMaggio also were major league outfielders. Joe DiMaggio's second wife was the motion-picture actress Marilyn Monroe. After his retirement he became a public relations executive and television performer.

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Full Name Joe DiMaggio. Nationality American Activity American athlete. Born 2511-1914 Died 08-03-1999

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