Joseph Paul (Joe) DiMaggio (11/25/14 - 03/08/1999) born in Martinez, nicknamed Joltin' Joe and The Yankee Clipper was an American Major League Baseball center fielder who played his entire 13-year career for the New York Yankees. Cause of death, lung cancer.

Joseph Paul (Joe) DiMaggio (11/25/14 - 03/08/1999) born in Martinez, nicknamed Joltin' Joe and The Yankee Clipper was an American Major League Baseball center fielder who played his entire 13-year career for the New York Yankees. Cause of death, lung cancer.

Joe DiMaggio made his professional debut on October 1, 1932. From May 27 to July 25, 1933, he hit safely in 61 consecutive games, a PCL-record.[4] "Baseball didn't really get into my blood until I knocked off that hitting streak," he said. "Getting a daily hit became more important to me than eating, drinking or sleeping."

Joe DiMaggio made his professional debut on October 1, 1932. From May 27 to July 25, 1933, he hit safely in 61 consecutive games, a PCL-record.[4] "Baseball didn't really get into my blood until I knocked off that hitting streak," he said. "Getting a daily hit became more important to me than eating, drinking or sleeping."

Dimaggio

Dimaggio

Joe DiMaggio was the first player on the New York Yankees to hit two home runs in one inning. He played center field for the New York Yankees from 1936-1951.

Joe DiMaggio was the first player on the New York Yankees to hit two home runs in one inning. He played center field for the New York Yankees from 1936-1951.

Lou Gehrig & Joe Dimaggio

Lou Gehrig & Joe Dimaggio

Joe DiMaggio

Joe DiMaggio

Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio oil-on-canvas by Ron Stark.

Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio oil-on-canvas by Ron Stark.

When Joe loved Marilyn. | The 50 Most Romantic Things That Ever Happened Although their marriage only lasted for a volatile 274 days, baseball player "Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio remained devoted to Marilyn Monroe. He never remarried, and after her death, he sent red roses to her grave in Los Angeles three times a week for the next 20 years.

When Joe loved Marilyn. | The 50 Most Romantic Things That Ever Happened Although their marriage only lasted for a volatile 274 days, baseball player "Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio remained devoted to Marilyn Monroe. He never remarried, and after her death, he sent red roses to her grave in Los Angeles three times a week for the next 20 years.

Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper

Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper

Vintage 1974, Joe DiMaggio in the well of the redesigned Yankee Stadium, NYC,

Vintage 1974, Joe DiMaggio in the well of the redesigned Yankee Stadium, NYC,

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