Joe DiMaggio played on nine World Series winning New York Yankee teams (36-39, 41, 47, 49-51). The Yankees lost to St. Louis in the 1942 World Series, the only DiMaggio team to lose a World Series. DiMaggio's World Series stats weren't quite up to his regular season performances. He hit only .273 in 51 World Series games with 8 HRs and 30 RBIs.
But Since the question asks how many rings Joe DiMaggio has, the answer gets a bit complicated, eight of his nine rings were stolen in the 1960's from his Lexington Hotel room, the only remaining ring was his 1936 rookie year World Series ring. However, at Mr. DiMaggio's final appearance (September 1998) at Yankee Stadium, George Steinbrenner presented Joltin' Joe with 8 exact replicas of his missing rings.
DiMaggio, who played with the New York Yankees from 1935-1942 and 1946-1951, played in 10 World Series (1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1947, 1949, 1950 and 1951). The only Series the Yankees lost was in 1942, when they bowed to the St. Louis Cardinals in five games. DiMaggio missed the 1943 Series, which the Yankees won, because of military service during World War II.
Joe DiMaggio ended his career with 1,537 runs batted in.
In his rookie season, Joe DiMaggio had 39 strikeouts. See the related link for more information about Joe DiMaggio's rookie season.
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Because many older men idolized Joe Dimaggio in their youth.
The player that won the most World Series rings is Yogi Berra with 10. Joe DiMaggio won 9 and Bill Dickey, Phil Rizzuto, Frank Crosetti, and Lou Gehrig won 8 each. Click on the 'Players with the Most Rings' link below to see the list of players that have been on the most World Series winning teams.
Derek Jeter had four World Series rings by 2002.
Joe DiMaggio won 9 World Series with the Yankees (1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951).
Andy Pettitte has 5 World Series rings (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2009).
David Eckstein has two World Series rings. One from the 2002 World Series with the Anaheim Angels, and the other from 2006 with the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Boston Red Sox have won the World Series 8 times, which means they have 8 World Series Rings.