Baseball Between the Wars|
A Pictorial Tribute to the Men Who Made the Game in Chicago From 1909 To 1947
by Bill Hageman
Contemporary Books, 2001 | Buy the book
DIMAGGIO, 1940 | Joe DiMaggio made hitting look easy, almost as if he could do it with his eyes closed. Seen here ripping a single against the Sox in 1940, he had a career .325 batting average.
From Baseball Between the Wars by Bill Hageman.
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