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Joe DiMaggio Hits Safely in 56 Consecutive Games in 1941
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.
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The Joe DiMaggio Hitting Streak
His run lasted from May 15 to July 16, during which he had a. DiMaggio's streak surpassed the single-season record of 44 consecutive games that had been held by Willie Keeler since , and the longest streak spanning multiple seasons, also accomplished by Keeler. The record set by DiMaggio still exists and has been described as unbreakable. That season, he had hits in 61 straight games, breaking the PCL record of 49 games that had been held by Jack Ness. After joining the Yankees in , DiMaggio became the club's center fielder and was a member of World Series -winning teams in each of his first four major league seasons. DiMaggio went through a batting slump in which he hit only. Entering the season, the major league record for the longest hitting streak in a season was held by Willie Keeler , who had hits in 44 straight National League NL games in Keeler also had the longest hitting streak when multiple-season runs were included; he had recorded a hit in the final game of the season before beginning the following year with the game stretch.
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.