Vince DiMaggio

He Had Two Kids Russelene Dimaggio and Bambi Dimaggio
Born Sep 6, 1912

Vincent Paul "Vince" DiMaggio was a Major League Baseball center fielder. During a 10-year baseball career, he played for the Boston Bees (1937–1938), Cincinnati Reds (1939–1940), Pittsburgh Pirates (1940–1945), Philadelphia Phillies (1945–1946), and New York Giants (1946). Vince was the older brother of Joe and Dom DiMaggio.… Read More

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1912 Birth Born on September 6, 1912.


1932 19 Years Old DiMaggio began his professional career in 1932 with the Tucson Lizards of the Class-D Arizona–Texas League, hitting .347 with 25 homers and 81 RBI. … Read More


1933 20 Years Old In 1933, DiMaggio hit .333 with 11 home runs and 65 runs batted in for San Francisco and the Hollywood Stars.
1935 22 Years Old He played with the Stars through 1935, joining the San Diego Padres in 1936.
1936 23 Years Old On December 4, 1936, DiMaggio was traded by San Diego of the PCL to the Boston Bees for Tiny Chaplin, Tommy Thompson and cash.
DiMaggio was a regular outfielder for the Bees in 1937 and 1938.
1938 25 Years Old His 134 strikeouts in 1938 set a NL record for most strikeouts in one season, breaking Gus Williams' record of 120 set in 1914.
On February 4, 1939, the Boston Bees sent DiMaggio to the New York Yankees to complete an earlier deal made on August 10, 1938, where the Bees sent players to be named later, Gil English, Johnny Riddle and cash to the Yankees for Eddie Miller. … Read More


1943 - 1947 5 More Events
1948 35 Years Old In 1948, he moved to the Stockton Ports of the California League as a player-manager.
1949 36 Years Old He also played for and managed the Pittsburg Diamonds of the Class-D Far West League from 1949 through 1951.
1951 38 Years Old He finished the 1951 season, and his professional career, with the Tacoma Tigers of the Class-B Western International League. … Read More


1986 74 Years Old Died on October 3, 1986.
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