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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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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 ...

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Contemporary ceramic artist working in installation and object-based formats.

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Mar 28, 2018 ... Joe Page is a site specific installation, ceramics, and mixed media artist. The installation Flow Chart derives from early video games, pinball ...

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View Joe Page's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Joe has 7 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and ...

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Major League Baseball Player. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound left-hander was the relief ace for the New York Yankees' 1947 and 1949 World Series championship ...

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