The Golden Age
by Richard Bak
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TWO LEGENDARY THUMPERS
The greatest names of 1941, Joe DiMaggio and Boston's Ted Williams, posed before a game that summer at Yankee Stadium. In 1941, Williams batted .406 and clouted the most dramatic home run in All-Star Game history, but it was DiMaggio who received the Most Valuable Player Award.
From Yankees Baseball: The Golden Age by Richard Bak.
Copyright © 1999, 2000 by Richard Bak. Excerpted with permission.