Phil Page

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Biographical Information[edit]

Phil Page gave up Lou Gehrig's fifth career grand slam on September 10, 1929. It was a first-inning blast in New York, NY.

In 1934, Page wore number 21.

After his playing days, he spent much of his time managing and scouting in the New York Yankees organization. He was also the Cincinnati Reds' pitching coach from 1947 to 1952.

Page died at age of 52 of a heart attack in Springfield, MA, the place of his birth. He was laid to rest in Hillcrest Park Cemetery in Springfield.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1940 Augusta Tigers South Atlantic League 58-51 -- New York Yankees -- replaced by Ray White on July 31
Norfolk Tars Piedmont League 21-14 6th New York Yankees replaced Ray White on July 31
1941 Binghamton Triplets Eastern League 68-69 5th New York Yankees
1953 Binghamton Triplets Eastern League 96-55 2nd New York Yankees
1954 Binghamton Triplets Eastern League 70-70 5th New York Yankees
1955 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 88-65 2nd New York Yankees Lost League Finals
1956 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 81-74 4th New York Yankees Lost in 1st round

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