Top Players in MLB History
JoltinJoe DiMaggio holds one of those records that will never be broken. In 1941, DiMaggio put strung together a 56 game hitting streak in an otherworldly display of consistency. The Yankee Clipper finished his career with a .325 batting average, 2,214 hits, 361 home runs and 1,537 RBIs. He was named to 13 All Star teams, won three AL MVP awards and brought home nine World Series titles with the New York Yankees.