AMERICANS WIN ALL-STAR GAME 1941 All-Star Game in Detroit, Michigan. In the ninth inning with two outs for the American Leaguers and the Nationals ahead 5-4, Ted Williams of the Red Sox hits a home run Three runs come in, and the Americans win the game 7-5. The crowd goes wild.
MR. AND MRS. DIMAGGIO IN JAPAN The arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dimaggio (Marilyn Monroe) at Tokyo airport brings out a throng of four-thousand baseball and movie fans who surge through police lines to cheer their idols--a hectic beginning for a honeymoon.
JOLTIN' JOE DIMAGGIO A bat smashes a plaque commemorating Wee Willie Keeler's consecutive game hits record, followed by a shot of Joe DiMaggio swinging a bat on the steps of the dugout and smiling in closeu
1938 ALL-STAR GAME Lots of shots from the 1938 All-Star Game at Cincinnati's Crosley Field, photographed on the field level and from the press box. New York Giant slugger Mel Ott hits some balls during batting practice. Youthful Joe DiMaggio talks to a civilian near the batting cage. Clown Prince of Baseball Al Schacht, in hobo outfit and cleats, performs some comedy pitching. Ott talks to a reporter. Reporters at work in the press box are seen in a panning shot. An announcer watches the game through binoculars as he broadcasts. Most of the game footage is too overexposed to decipher.
LOU GEHRIG SAYS FAREWELL TO FANS - HD On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig announces his retirement from baseball due to ALS in his famous farewell speech. He attends a ceremony held in his honor at Yankee stadium to deliver a speech to his fans and team mates. Attendees include Joe McCarthy, Babe Ruth, and Joe DiMaggio. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
Date: 1940s - BLACK/WHITE Source: HD Length: 00:01:13:00, With Audio
JOE DIMAGGIO RETIRES Footage from Joe DiMaggio's last year of baseball includes shots of him at bat during batting practice. DiMaggio announces his retirement alongside Yankees manager Casey Stengel, and owners Del Webb and Dan Topping.
JOE DIMAGGIO 0Fine footage of 's career including him signing autographs for young fans. There are nice shots of him hitting a home run and sliding into second for a double. Joe fields a ball in center and throws it back in. There are also shots of him hitting safely during his 56-game hitting streak in 1941. 1930's/
JOE DIMAGGIO IS HONORED A fine montage of shots from a special ceremony at Yankee Stadium honoring Joe DiMaggio include him walking out of the dugout, a crowded field, him in front of a new car, and shaking hands with manager Joe McCarthy of the Red Sox.
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