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

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

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

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