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Maury Allen, biographer, on

1936 spring training
the Yankees in 1936
the baseball writer's role
Joe's opening game
Lefty Gomez
leading the Yankees to victory
baseball in the 1930s
the streak
Joe and Marilyn


Jerry Coleman, New York Yankee Second Baseman,1948-1955, on

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first seeing Joe DiMaggio
who wanted to know Joe
signing autographs
attending events
DiMaggio's commitment to baseball
DiMaggio's impact on the team
Joe's last charge
Joe DiMaggio's legacy


Tommy Heinrich, New York Yankee Outfielder,1937-1950, on

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Joe's talent
being on the field with Joe
Joe's hold out
hitting with a strange bat
The end of his career




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