Joe Rullo

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Joseph Vincent Rullo

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Biographical Information[edit]

Joe Rullo played 51 games in the majors in 1943-44. In his debut year, 1943, he hit .291 with a .381 OBP.

Rullo was born in New York, NY and attended high school in Philadelphia, PA. His minor league career stretched from 1939-53. Although he was primarily a second baseman, he played all over the infield, including at pitcher: as player-manager he sometimes inserted himself into games. He managed 6 seasons in the minors.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1948 Natchez Indians Cotton States League 74-64 4th none Lost in 1st round
1949 Natchez Indians Cotton States League 73-66 3rd none League Champs
1950 Greenville Bucks Cotton States League 63-75 6th none
1951 Tarboro Athletics Coastal Plain League 13-22 -- Philadelphia A's -- Team disbanded June 6
1952 Corning Athletics PONY League 53-71 6th Philadelphia A's
1953 Cordele A's Georgia-Florida League -- Philadelphia A's -- replaced by Lewis Richardson June 12
St. Hyacinthe A's Provincial League 7th Philadelphia A's replaced John Sosh June 15

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