Joseph Myers

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1882 – 1956

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Who was Joseph Myers?

Joseph William Myers was an American pitcher in Major League Baseball, born in Wilmington, Delaware. He stood at 5 ft 10 in and weighed 205 lbs.

Myers started his organized baseball career on October 7, 1905, with the American League's Philadelphia Athletics. In his only major league start, he pitched a five-inning complete game, allowing two earned runs.

Myers then spent 1906 to 1912 in the Tri-State League. He played in York, Reading, Harrisburg, and Trenton before settling in with the Harrisburg Senators for four seasons. In 1911, he set his career-high in wins, with 19.

Myers died in 1956 in Delaware City, Delaware.

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Born
Mar 18, 1882
Wilmington
Profession
Lived in
  • Wilmington
Died
Feb 11, 1956
Delaware City

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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