Research report : manuscript, 1984 : the comparison of Ted Williams and Joe Dimaggio / Alan Wickstrom. [1984?]

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Wickstrom, Alan. Research report : manuscript, 1984 : the comparison of Ted Williams and Joe Dimaggio / Alan Wickstrom.

Research report : manuscript, 1984 : the comparison of Ted Williams and Joe Dimaggio / Alan Wickstrom. [1984?]

A brief analysis of which was the superior player, Williams or DiMaggio.

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Wickstrom, Alan.

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Williams, Ted, 1918-2002

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Ted (Theodore Samuel) Williams (1918-2002) was born in San Diego, California. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame after spending nineteen seasons with the Boston Red Sox. His baseball career was interrupted by military service U.S. Marine Corps pilot during both World War II and the Korean War. In major league baseball Ted Williams earned the Most Valuable Player (MVP) and Triple Crown awards twice and hit a lifetime total of 521 home runs. An avid fisherman he was also inducted into ...

DiMaggio, Joe, 1914-1999

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Joseph Paul DiMaggio was born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio, Jr., on November 25, 1914, in Martinez, California. Nicknamed Joltin' Joe DiMaggio, and sometimes called the Yankee Clipper, DiMaggio play his entire baseball career with the New York Yankess from 1936 to 1951. He died on March 8, 1999. From the description of DiMaggio, Joe, 1914-1999 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582294 ...