DiMaggios Yankees: A History of the 1936-1944 Dynasty Lew Freedman

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Published: September 21st 2011

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DiMaggios Yankees: A History of the 1936-1944 Dynasty  by  Lew Freedman

DiMaggios Yankees: A History of the 1936-1944 Dynasty by Lew Freedman
September 21st 2011 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 223 pages | ISBN: | 9.72 Mb

When Babe Ruth left the New York Yankees in 1935, some feared that the loss would cripple the club for years. However, the post-Ruth era Yankees continued to dominate until the start of World War II. Their forward-thinking administrative staff signedMoreWhen Babe Ruth left the New York Yankees in 1935, some feared that the loss would cripple the club for years.

However, the post-Ruth era Yankees continued to dominate until the start of World War II. Their forward-thinking administrative staff signed and developed top-flight talent like Joe DiMaggio and retained superstars like Lou Gehrig, who remained the greatest first baseman in the game until he succumbed to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. This history of Yankees from 1936 to World War II details the teams swift recovery from losing Ruth, reintroduces unheralded players, examines the personal styles of the key men, and chronicles the teams remarkable achievements, including winning six American League pennants in eight years and five World Series, a time triumph and tragedy, of characters colorful and sorrowful.



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