Satchel Paige signed with the Cleveland Indians on July 7 1948
Cleveland Indians. He was the oldest rookie ever to play major league ball.
Satchel Paige debuted in Major League Baseball (MLB) on July 9, 1948 for the Cleveland Indians. Paige played for the Cleveland Indians from 1948-1949, the St. Louis Browns from 1951-1953, and the Kansas City Athletics in 1965.
In the Major Leagues, Paige pitched for the Cleveland Indians and the St. Louis Browns. He also played for a variety of Negro League teams. See the link below for Satchel Paige's biography.
Satchel Paige debuted on July 9, 1948, playing for the Cleveland Indians at Cleveland Stadium; he played his final game on September 25, 1965, playing for the Kansas City Athletics at Municipal Stadium I.
The 1949 season. Paige was a member of the Indians in the 1948 and 1949 seasons.
Satchel Paige played pitcher. He was mostly a starter but also played reliever and closer
Satchel Paige played 6 years in the Major Leagues. At age 41 Paige made his Major League debut on July 9, 1948 with the Cleveland Indians. He pitched 2 years with the Indians 1948 and 1949, 3 years with the St. Louis Browns from 1951 -1953, and at age 58 he appeared in one game with the Kansas City Athletics in 1965.
no he wasnt Satchel Paige not only DID pitch in the major leagues, he pitched in a World Series game!
he played pitcher
Yes on June 21, 1966