Joe Garagiola Sr. American baseball player

Joe Garagiola Sr. is a 90 years old American baseball player from St. Louis, Missouri. Joe Garagiola Sr. was born on February 12, 1926 (died on March 23, 2016, he was 90 years old) in St. Louis, Missouri as Joseph Henry Garagiola Sr..

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Joseph Henry Joe Garagiola Sr. is an American former catcher in Major League Baseball who later became an announcer and television host popular for his colorful personality. He was well known for being one of the regular panelists of The Today Show on NBC for many years.
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His real name:
Birth name of Joe Garagiola Sr. is Joseph Henry Garagiola Sr.
Is Joe Garagiola Sr. still alive?

Yes, Joe Garagiola Sr. is still alive Last check: 7 months ago

Family

Child

He had one child, Joe (70, American baseball executive) . When his first child, Joe Garagiola, Jr., was born, Joe Garagiola Sr. was 25 years old.

Awards (4)

Awarded Ford C. Frick Award , awarded St. Louis Walk of Fame , awarded Buck O'Neil Lifetime Achievement Award , awarded Peabody Award ,

Education

He graduated from St. Mary's High School

Career (4)

What was Joe's zodiac sign?

Joe Garagiola Sr. zodiac sign was aquarius.

How tall was Joe Garagiola Sr.?

He was 6′0″ ft tall, which is equal to 1.83 meters.

Other facts about Joe Garagiola Sr.

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