Like so many other baseball players, he went into military duty due to World War II, and that would cost him three years. He came back in 1946, batting .316 and going to his third All-Star Game, showing that he hadn't missed a beat. From 1949 to 1952, he was a regular All-Star. In that stretch, he had two .300 seasons, and he never batted below .294. He had two Runs Scored titles, one of which was in 1950. That year, he led the AL in Triples and Stolen Bases.His play fell apart in 1953, and he was released during the season. DiMaggio played his entire career with the Red Sox, and he had 1,680 Hits with a Slash Line of .298/.383/419.