On July 17, , New York Yankees center fielder Joe DiMaggio fails to get a hit against the Cleveland Indians, which brings his historic game hitting streak to an end. The record run had captivated the country for two months. Joe was the eighth of nine children, the fourth of five boys, two of whom—his older brother Vince and younger brother Dominic—joined him in the major leagues. That year, he led the American League with a. In , DiMaggio led the American League in hitting again at.
Joe DiMaggio Hits Safely in 56 Consecutive Games in 1941
The Joe DiMaggio Hitting Streak
On July 17, he went 0-for-3 for the New York Yankees against the Indians, with third baseman Ken Keltner making two nifty plays to thwart the streak. That rose to. For comparison, Jackie Bradley Jr.
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DiMaggio , in his second year with the Yankees, had a respectable Series, batting. Joe DiMaggio's game hitting streak, the longest in baseball history, began on May 15, and ended on July Here are 20 fun facts about the streak. The longest hitting streak since DiMaggio established the record was 44 games by the Reds' Pete Rose in DiMaggio was 1-for-4 against the National League. Indians reliever Joe Krakauskas, a native of Quebec, was the last pitcher to yield a hit to DiMaggio during the streak. The streak almost ended at On June 24 against St.
On May 15, , it began. From that fateful day until July 16, fifty-six games later, DiMaggio hit safely in every game, setting a brand new record that still stands as one of the greatest achievements in baseball history. While DiMaggio was no stranger to being the star of an always impressive Yankee team, was even more special than usual. While the rival Red Sox were being led by Ted Williams and his unbelievable batting average, he ended the season at. The run to the championship was jump started by DiMaggio's streak. It is ironic that the streak began against the White Sox, who on at least four occasions nearly ended DiMaggio's streak themselves. On July 17, third baseman Ken Keltner made two terrific back handed stops to rob DiMaggio of two hits, ending the streak.