Joe Haynes (baseball)

Joseph Walton Haynes (September 21, 1917 – January 6, 1967) was an American professional baseball player, coach and front office executive. A right-handed pitcher, he logged 14 seasons in Major League Baseball as a member of the Washington Senators (1939–40; 1949–52) and Chicago White Sox (1941–48). He married Thelma Mae Robertson Griffith, niece and adopted daughter of Washington owner Clark Griffith, in October 1941, ten months after he had been traded to Chicago by his future father-in-law.

Born in Lincolnton, Georgia, Haynes' pro career began in 1937. He stood 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm) tall and weighed 190 pounds (86 kg). In 379 games pitched, including 147 games started, Haynes compiled a 76–82 win-loss record, 53 complete games, five shutouts, 159 games finished and 21 saves in 1,581 innings pitched. He allowed 1,672 hits, 823 runs, 704 earned runs, 95 home runs and 620 walks, with 475 strikeouts, 26 hit batsmen, 35 wild pitches, 6,890 batters faced, four balks and a 4.01 ERA.

Of Haynes' 379 appearances, 218 came with the White Sox, where he won 55 of 98 decisions (.561) and posted a solid (3.14) ERA. He was named to the 1948 American League All-Star team (although he did not appear in the game) and led the American League in games pitched (40) and games finished (35) in 1942 and in earned run average (2.42) in 1947.

He was reacquired by Washington after the 1948 season, but was ineffective, going only 10–21 (5.42) in 112 games in his second stint with the Senators.

As a member of the Griffith family whose wife inherited 26 percent of the franchise's stock in 1955,[1] Haynes remained in the Washington organization after his playing career ended.

He served as the Senators' pitching coach from 1953–55, coached in their farm system, then moved into the front office as executive vice president, working with his brother-in-law, club president Calvin Griffith, in Washington and after the team moved to MinneapolisSt. Paul as the Minnesota Twins in 1961. Haynes died in Hopkins, Minnesota, of a heart attack suffered while shoveling snow[2] at the age of 49.

Joe Haynes
Joe Haynes 1951
Pitcher
Born: September 21, 1917
Lincolnton, Georgia
Died: January 6, 1967 (aged 49)
Hopkins, Minnesota
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 24, 1939, for the Washington Senators
Last MLB appearance
August 30, 1952, for the Washington Senators
MLB statistics
Win–loss record76–82
Earned run average4.01
Strikeouts475
Teams
Career highlights and awards

See also

References

  1. ^ "Thelma Griffith Haynes, Baseball Owner (obituary)". The New York Times. October 16, 1995. Retrieved 2015-08-25.
  2. ^ Garrard, Lamar (April 21, 2011). "From Lincoln County to Washington, D.C." The Lincoln County Journal. Retrieved 2015-08-25.

External links

Haynes (surname)

Haynes is a Welsh surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Alex Haynes (born 1982), American football player

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Arthur Haynes (1914-1966), English comedian

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Colton Haynes (born 1988), American actor

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Danny Haynes (born 1988), English footballer

Deborah Haynes, British journalist

Desmond Haynes (born 1956), West Indian cricketer and cricket coach

Elwood Haynes (1857–1925), American inventor and co-founder of the Haynes-Apperson Company

Elizabeth Ross Haynes (1883–1953), African American social worker, sociologist, and author

Gibby Haynes (born 1957), American musician

Fred Haynes (1946–2006), American athlete

James Haynes (American football) (born 1960), American football player

Jerry Haynes (1927–2011), American actor and children's television host

Jimmy Haynes (born 1972), American baseball player

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Joe M. Haynes (1936-2018), American lawyer and politician

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John Henry Haynes (1849-1910), American archaeologist and pioneering early photographer

John Earl Haynes, American historian

Johnny Haynes (1934–2005), English football player

Lemuel Haynes (1753–1833), American preacher and abolitionist

Marquis Haynes (born 1993), American football player

Martin Alonzo Haynes (1842–1919), US Representative

Michael Haynes (defensive lineman) (born 1980), American football player

Michael Haynes III, American professional wrestler better known as Prince Iaukea

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Nicole Haynes (born 1974), Canadian-American heptathlete

O.H. Haynes, Jr. (1920–1996), Louisiana sheriff

Phil Haynes (offensive lineman) (born 1995), American football player

Robert Haynes (1931–1998), Canadian geneticist and biophysicist

Roberta Haynes (born 1929), American actress

Roy Haynes (born 1926), American jazz musician

Stephen Haynes (1801–1879), American politician and builder, Brooklyn, New York

Terrence Haynes (born 1984), Barbadian freestyle swimmer

Todd Haynes (born 1961), American film director

Warren Haynes (born 1960), American rock and blues guitarist

Williams Haynes (1886–1970), American journalist and historian of the American chemistry industry

Joseph Haynes

Joseph or Joe Haynes may refer to:

Joseph E. Haynes (1827–1897), mayor of Newark, New Jersey

Joe M. Haynes (1936–2018), Tennessee politician

Joe Haynes (baseball) (1917–1967), American baseball player, coach and executive

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