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Joseph Francis Page (October 28, 1917 – April 21, 1980), nicknamed Fireman and The Gay Reliever, was a Major League Baseball relief pitcher. Page, who ...

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Career: 57-49, 76 SV, 3.53 ERA, 519 SO, P, 3xAllStar, Yankees/Pirates 1944- 1954, t:L, 2x SV Leader, born in PA 1917, died 1980, Fireman.

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Among the men who set the early standard for today's closers was left-hander Joe Page of the New York Yankees. Page used his physical presence—he was ...

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Joseph Francis Page was born on October 28, 1917 in Cherry Valley, Pennsylvania. (Click here for today's sports birthdays.) He grew up in the town of  ...

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Professor Page's academic work lies in the fields of torts, products liability, and ... Joseph A. Page, FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products, in A Practical Guide to ...

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Joe Page was born on Sunday, October 28, 1917, in Cherry Valley, Pennsylvania . Page was 26 years old when he broke into the big leagues on April 19, 1944, ...

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Apr 22, 2012 ... “It's got to be better than rooming with Joe Page,” One insightful person's response when asked if Joe DiMaggio's marriage to Marilyn Monroe ...

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Joseph Francis Page, a powerful left-handed hurler out of the coal-mining region of Pennsylvania, made his Yankee debut on April 19, 1944. That season he ...