DiMaggio,Joseph Paul

DiMaggio,Joseph Paul
Di·Mag·gio (də-mäʹzhē-ō, -măjʹē-ō), Joseph Paul. Known as “Jolting Joe” and “the Yankee Clipper.” 1914-1999.
American baseball player. A center fielder for the New York Yankees (1936-1951), he is considered the best all-around player ever at that position. In 1941 he hit safely in 56 consecutive games.

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