Only one DiMaggio is an icon. But the whole family could play the game. Hall of Famer Joe is best known for his 56-game hitting streak in 1941 for the New York Yankees; that record may never be broken (great stat: the day after the streak ended, he hit safely in the next 17-games). In a 13-year career for the Yankees, Joe’s average was a stellar .325. The youngest Dimaggio was Dom, and played centerfield for the Boston Red Sox, and finished his career with a .298 average. Oldest brother Vince once drove in 100 runs for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The year he did that? 1941. Overshadowed by Joe again.