He’s signed his last autograph, but that doesn’t mean you might see Joe DiMaggio’s name attached to a lot of other things if his old lawyer has anything to say about it.
It appears as if Joe DiMaggio is for sale.
Not the physical remains, thankfully. There are no Ted Williams stories associated with the Yankee Clipper.
DiMaggio has been dead for several years, but there is still money to be made for the man who own the rights to his name. His long-time attorney and estate trustee, Morris Engelberg, has proposals floating about that would sell the rights to the use of DiMaggio’s name.
A sort of diary he kept late in life is already for sale at $10,000 per page.
DiMaggio autographs and memorabilia are still popular on eBay