Dom DiMaggio

Dom DiMaggio
Birthdate 02/12/1917
Death Date 05/08/2009
Debut Year 1940
Year of Induction
Teams Red Sox
Position Center Field

Dom DiMaggio missed three full years during World War II. Despite this he played in seven All Star games, receiving MVP votes in six seasons.

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Overshadowed by his brother Joe, Dom DiMaggio was a fine player in his own right

Overshadowed by his brother Joe, Dom DiMaggio was a fine player in his own right

Overshadowed by Yankee icon and brother Joe, Dominick DiMaggio was a fine player in his own right. The youngest of three brothers – Vince the oldest also played – Dom broke in with the Red Sox in 1940. He hit .301 in his first season and was an All Star in the next two. Like many
Three DiMaggio brothers played in the big leauges

Three DiMaggio brothers played in the big leauges

Joe DiMaggio is a Hall of Famer, a Yankee legend, and a baseball icon. He also had two brothers talented enough to join him in the Major Leagues. The oldest DiMaggio big leaguer is Vince. Born in 1912 the two-time All Star served a decade in the bigs. Two years Vince’s junior, Joe is a nine-
Joe DiMaggio remains a legend of the game

Joe DiMaggio remains a legend of the game

Three DiMaggio brothers played Major League baseball, Dom, Joe, and Vince. Each carved his own distinct identity and legacy. By far the most famous of the brothers is Hall of Fame outfielder Joe DiMaggio. The Yankee Clipper was a four-year veteran of the Pacific Coast League when Ed Barrow came call

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