The great Yankees Joe DiMaggio (Joe DiMaggio) almost appeared in an episode of “Seinfeld.”
Joltin’ Joe played an important role in the episode of Season 3, in which Kramer spotted him in a coffee shop and tried to disrupt DiMaggio’s attention while filling his doughnuts (DiMaggio himself did not appear in In the episode).
Dr. Rock Positano is an old friend to clap and the author of “DiMaggio̵
“Joe’s granddaughter is a big fan of Seinfeld and wants him to be a cameo,” Positano told Page Six.
Positano also revealed that Di Maggio is actually a “slam dunk” and his favorite is “just a pure pound cake baked on a grill”.
In the end, the notorious private sports hero gave up his appearance despite the demands of his family.
Positano explained: “He felt that this would make him vulnerable to criticism and violated his privacy when he walked into the coffee shop.”
But “Seinfeld” did make a mistake.
“Joe is a dunker, dunking with his right hand instead of his left, as shown in the’Seinfeld’ scene,” Positano added. “He always ordered half a cup of decaffeinated, with hot water, and mixed the two carefully like a chemist.”