Joseph Francis Page (October 28, 1917 – April 21, 1980), nicknamed Fireman and The Gay Reliever, was a Major League Baseball relief pitcher. Page, who was left-handed, played with the New York Yankees from 1944 to 1950 and with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1954.
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.
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 six feet three and 200 pounds—along with an excellent fastball and an occasional spitball to dominate batters in the late 1940s. Joseph Francis Page was born on ...
On paper, the job of the modern relief pitcher is to slam the door on enemy rallies. In reality, the responsibility of the guys who come in from the bullpen is to infuriate, intimidate and dominate opposing hitters. The man who set the early standard for today's closers was Joe Page of the New York Yankees. Page's enormous ...
Recent Scholarship. Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals. Joseph A. Page, 72 Food & Drug L.J. 361-374 (2017) (reviewing Michael T. Roberts, Food Law in the United States (2016)). [W]; Joseph A. Page, Short Takes, 72 Food & Drug L.J. 375-377 (2017) (reviewing FDA in the Twenty-First Century: ...
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 posted a 5-1 record and secured a place on the All-Star team. Then a shoulder injury lessened his effectiveness and he drifted back and forth in mediocrity from starter ...
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 was good for him… (And Joe's marriage only lasted, what…nine months?) Without Joe Page, the Yankees probably don't win the 1947 or 1949 World Series.
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Feb 14, 2018 ... 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, with the New York Yankees. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform ...