Two of Joe's brothers, Dom and Vince both played with Joe DiMaggio on the San Francisco Seals minor league team.
Joe DiMaggio played for the San Francisco Seals from 1932 to 1935.
the San Francisco Seals
Joe DiMaggio hit safely in 63 straight games with the minor league team called the San Francisco Seals.
DiMaggio played his entire Major League career with the New York Yankees. He did, however, play for the San Francisco Seals along with his brothers Vince and Dom, in the Pacific Coast League.
DiMaggio played for the Pacific Coast League team from 1932 to 1935. In 1933, he set a league record with at least one hit in 61 consecutive games. He joined the New York Yankees in 1936.
Joe DiMaggio was supposed to be a fisherman like his father, but Joe wasn't going for it. He just wanted to play ball. He was playing ball for the San Francisco Seals when he was 18 years old. I find no mention of any other job as a young man.
Joe Dimaggio played for the New York Yankees.
Seals Stadium. The Giants played at Seals in 1958 and 1959 before moving into Candlestick Park for the 1960 season.
Roger McCardell debuted on May 8, 1959, playing for the San Francisco Giants at Seals Stadium; he played his final game on June 8, 1959, playing for the San Francisco Giants at Seals Stadium.