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Who is Bill Day? Biography, gossip, facts?



William M. Day (1867-1923) was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played in 1889 and 1890 with the Philadelphia Quakers/Phillies and the Pittsburgh Alleghenys. He was still playing professionally in the minor leagues through 1904.

Is Bill Day still alive? Are there any death rumors?


Yes, as far as we know, Bill Day is still alive. We don't have any current information about Bill Day's health. However, being younger than 50, we hope that everything is ok.

Which team(s) did Bill Day play for?


Bill Day has played for multiple teams, the most important are: Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates.

Are there any books, DVDs or other memorabilia of Bill Day? Is there a Bill Day action figure?


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Which teams did Bill Day play for in the past?


Bill Day had played for various teams in the past, for example: Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates.

Is Bill Day gay or straight?


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Which position does Bill Day play?


Bill Day plays as a Pitcher.

When did Bill Day retire? When did Bill Day end the active career?


Bill Day retired on the 3rd of October 1890, which is more than 128 years ago. The date of Bill Day's retirement fell on a Friday.

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When did Bill Day's career start? How long ago was that?


Bill Day's career started on the 20th of August 1889, which is more than 129 years ago. The first day of Bill Day's career was a Tuesday.

Who are similar baseball players to Bill Day?


Andy Piercy (baseball), Bill Patton, Billy Parker (baseball), B. J. Ryan and Bob Scanlan are baseball players that are similar to Bill Day. Click on their names to check out their FAQs.

What is Bill Day doing now?


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Does Bill Day do drugs? Does Bill Day smoke cigarettes or weed?


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What is Bill Day's net worth in 2019? How much does Bill Day earn?


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