JOE DIMAGGIO - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CO-SIGNED BY: DAVE WINFIELD, RICK CERONE - HFSID 102136
Sale Price $337.50
JOE DIMAGGIO, DAVE WINFIELD and RICK CERONE
All three former Yankees signed this official National League baseball
Baseball signed: "Joe DiMaggio", "Dave Winfield", "Rick Cerone". Rawlings Official National League baseball, Charles Feeney, President. JOE DIMAGGIO played centerfield for the New York Yankees from 1936-1942 and 1946-1951 with a lifetime batting average of .325. The Hall of Famer waselected to the All-Star team every year he played (the only player to achieve this distinction). He was American League batting champion in 1939 and 1940 and home run leader in 1948. Heholds the major league consecutive game-hitting streak of 56 (1941), called baseball's greatest feat by many. He was Most Valuable Player in 1939, 1941, and 1947. At Baseball's 1969 Centennial Celebration, he was named the game's greatest living player. His brothers Dom and Vince were quality Major Leaguers outfielders too. DiMaggio's stormy marriage to Marilyn Monroe (1954) lasted less than a year, but DiMaggio never remarried, and had roses delivered to her crypt three times a week for 20 years. DAVE WINFIELD amassed 3,110 hits, 465 home runs and 1,833 RBIs, putting him in a class with the great modern sluggers. In his seven full seasons with the Padres (1973-1980), Winfield established himself as a powerful offensive and defensive force, consistently driving in runs and throwing out runners from right field with his lethal right arm. During the 1979 season, he batted .308 with 34 home runs and 118 RBIs. Winfield signed a lucrative 10-year contract with the Yankees after the 1980 season. He drove in over 100 runs from 1982 through 1986 to become the first Yankee since Joe DiMaggio to do so in five consecutive seasons. Winfield was voted an All-Star from 1977-1988, and he led the League in RBIs in 1979. Winfield also played for the California Angels, Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians (1995). The recipient of seven Gold Glove Awards, he was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001, his first year of eligibility. RICK CERONE will never join DiMaggio and Winfield in the Hall of Fame, but he caught 1,279 games over 18 Major League seasons (1975-1992) with 8 teams. His best year was 1980, when he hit for an impressive .753 OPS and drew some votes for MVP, playing for the Yankees in the first of two postseasons that year. Soiled. Scuffed above "Dave" of Dave Winfield's name. Signatures faded but legible.
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