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Joe DiMaggio's Streak, Game 54: One streak continues, one ends. It was July 14, 1941. Thanks to the brilliant pitching of White Sox right-hander Johnny Rigney, the streak was over. No, not The Streak. The Yankees’  winning string was ended at 14 as Chicago thumped New York, 7-1...

One Streak Continues, One Ends — The Official Site of Joe DiMaggio

Here are four of the dogs from major stadiums across the country! Includes calorie content, the stadium price and the make-it-at-home price - from the Chicago-style dog to the Yankee Stadium version. #hotdogs #baseball

Here's What a Fenway Frank, Dodger Dog and Other Ballpark Dogs Look Like

Dealing with the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (because in the world also exists such a kind of Organization!), baseball fans are consuming over 20 million hot dogs in the course of 2013 Major League Baseball Season.

The Babe

“Babe Retires No. is a Pulitzer Prize winning photograph shot by Nat Fein of the New York Herald Tribune in This photograph is one of my favorite Pulitzer Prize winners of the past cen.

Whitey Ford

New York Yankees pitcher Edward "Whitey" Ford was a All-Star. He retired with a record and ERA. He was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in

Yankee players, "Lefty" Gomez (left) and Joe DiMaggio, enjoy breakfast at the Gunter Hotel. Circa 1940.

Yankee players, "Lefty" Gomez (left) and Joe DiMaggio, enjoy breakfast at the Gunter Hotel.

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth - Gehrig went on to win 8 world series and Ruth and Mantle hold the distinction of hitting the longest home runs of all time

Yankee Stadium, 1962    Bronx, New York    Photo by Inge Morath via bygoneamericana  - Kenny Powers

Yankee Stadium, 1962 Bronx, New York Photo by Inge Morath via bygoneamericana - Kenny Powers . The expression on that little boy's face is the whole story, the decisive moment.

Sports | History | Baseball | 1964 | Yankees | New York | Clete Boyer, Tony Kubek, Bobby Richardson and Joe Peptone

The great Yankees' infielders of the early (left to right) — Clete Boyer, Tony Kubek, Bobby Richardson, and Joe Pepitone.

RARE 1999 FLEER TRADITION DEREK JETER NEW YORK YANKEES MINT

Luvable Friends Printed Fleece Blanket, Birds

The 2009 New York Yankees celebrate the organization's 27th World Series championship.

The 2009 New York Yankees celebrate the organization's World Series championship.

Holy cow I need a cannoli with Sambuca

Explore the best Phil Rizzuto quotes here at OpenQuotes. Quotations, aphorisms and citations by Phil Rizzuto

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