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    Joltin' Joe had only 369 strikeouts in his impressive career.

    • Abby Stohr

      Today (5/23) in 1948 Joe DiMaggio hit 3 consecutive home runs for our favorite Bronx Bombers. #baseball #dimaggio #history another allstar

    • Linda Johnson Woowoo

      Longest Hitting Streak Record: 56 games Held By: Joe DiMaggio This record won’t be broken anytime soon. In today’s day and age, it’s incredibly rare to see a hitting streak reach 20 or 30 games, let alone 40 or 50. This record has stood for over 70 years, and according to research from ESPN, only three players since World War II have come within 21 games of DiMaggio’s record. Read more:

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      Why Some Baseball Records Will Never Be Broken (And Which Ones Might) | Mental Floss

    • Zach Dzarnowski

      This day (5/23) in 1948 Joe DiMaggio hit 3 consecutive home runs the Bronx Bombers.

    • Paul Thompson

      Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees (circa 1944) // @Jacob Renquist Pillai York Yankees

    • Susan Halligan

      Pocket : Why Some Baseball Records Will Never Be Broken (And Which Ones Might)

    • Athletic Poetics

      May 23, 1948 - #JoeDiMaggio hit three consecutive home runs in a single game.

    • Not a typical Human .

      Joe DiMaggio - Only struck out 369 during his entire illustrious career!

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