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GAME 31,June 18,1941:Charlie Keller's [photo] 2 run HR would provide the Yankees' runs in a 3-2 loss to Chicago-and keep the team HR streak going. DiMaggio would leg out another ball blooped over Appling at short-Appling didn't bother to throw to first as DiMaggio was already across the bag. Jimmy Dykes, manager of Chi,would order an IBB on DiMaggio in the first with runners on 2nd and 3rd

GAME 31,June 18,1941:Charlie Keller's [photo] 2 run HR would provide the Yankees' runs in a 3-2 loss to Chicago-and keep the team HR streak going. DiMaggio would leg out another ball blooped over Appling at short-Appling didn't bother to throw to first as DiMaggio was already across the bag. Jimmy Dykes, manager of Chi,would order an IBB on DiMaggio in the first with runners on 2nd and 3rd

GAME 28,June 15,1941:The game was the fastest at the Stadium so far that season - 1 hour, 45 minutes. Red Ruffing[photo] threw a complete game six-hitter to make his record 7-3. DiMaggio clobbered a Jim Bagby pitch into the upper deck in LF to contribute to the 3-2 victory. It was his only hit in three official ABs with a walk.DiMaggio's HR extended the team HR streak to 11 games

GAME 28,June 15,1941:The game was the fastest at the Stadium so far that season - 1 hour, 45 minutes. Red Ruffing[photo] threw a complete game six-hitter to make his record 7-3. DiMaggio clobbered a Jim Bagby pitch into the upper deck in LF to contribute to the 3-2 victory. It was his only hit in three official ABs with a walk.DiMaggio's HR extended the team HR streak to 11 games

Mickey Mantle trabaja en su derecho dio Swing antes de un partido de 50 's tarde en el Yankee Stadium.

Mickey Mantle trabaja en su derecho dio Swing antes de un partido de 50 's tarde en el Yankee Stadium.

To take a break from the legal history, and in light of the MLB playoffs (GO insert your favorite team here!), on this day in 1956, Don Larson of the New York Yankees pitched the one and only perfect game in the World Series! You never know! Maybe this year you favorite pitcher will break that record! Who are you yelling for this season?

To take a break from the legal history, and in light of the MLB playoffs (GO insert your favorite team here!), on this day in 1956, Don Larson of the New York Yankees pitched the one and only perfect game in the World Series! You never know! Maybe this year you favorite pitcher will break that record! Who are you yelling for this season?

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