DiMaggio


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United States professional baseball player noted for his batting ability (1914-1999)

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DiMaggio and Sinatra were such bitter rivals that the singer was turned away from her funeral.
5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The VIP hat rack is full at Grey Flannel Auctions' December 17 Holiday Auction, and you wouldn't believe whose caps are displayed side-by-side C none other than New York Yankee immortals Babe Ruth and Joe DiMaggio.
But it was DiMaggio to whom she turned time and again for assurance and comfort.
DiMaggio was active within the IES throughout her entire 20-year career, transforming the Lumen Awards program to include post-party dancing and socializing, and serving as the NYC Section's secretary and vice president before her time as president, during which she founded the Section's Student Lighting Competition, which is now in its 14th year (see previous page).
But Bill had no proof that it really had been Joe DiMaggio.
Simon also recalled being in a restaurant where DiMaggio was also present.
The murder suspect is now on the run with Ethan's 16-year-old sister Hannah, whom DiMaggio "had a crush on".
Pete Rose comes in a distant second to DiMaggio, with hits in 44 consecutive games in 1978.
The Boston Red Sox today unveiled a new statue dedicated to Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, Johnny Pesky and Ted Williams at Fenway Park.
THE draft of a unfinished letter Marilyn Monroe intended to send to her exhusband, baseball star Joe DiMaggio, is going under the hammer for pounds 10,000.
An independent journalist who has taught US government and Middle East politics, DiMaggio chronicles the participation of mass media corporations in starting and selling the most blatant war-for-profit scheme in over a century.
The biggest stadium, the richest team, the team with the greatest all-time record, the team that has produced heroes like Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle, Berra, Jeter, and dozens of other super stars.
Almost any baseball fan would give his (or her) right arm to walk on the grass of "the house that Ruth built," shag flies in the outfield that was once patrolled by Mickey Mantle, sit on the bench formerly occupied by Yogi Berra, and tread the same bases as Joe DiMaggio, Roger Maris, Don Mattingly and hundreds of others who wore the Yankee pin stripes.
Matilda White insisted that her own show-biz days were over, so she went to work as an operator on a night shift at the Knickerbocker Hotel, where celebrities such as Joe DiMaggio lived.