|Birth Day||July 30, 1928|
|Birth Place||Hamilton, OH|
|Age||92 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Nov 15, 2007 (age 79)|
Cincinnati Reds pitcher who threw his first ball in the majors at age 15, the youngest ever, and then became a beloved broadcaster.
He was signed by the Reds at age 14, when they were looking to replace their players who had gone off to fight in WWII.
After his first major league game, he spent eight years in the minor leagues, coming back to play with the Reds from 1952 to 1960, and then broadcasting games well into the 2000s.
He grew up in Hamilton, Ohio, one of five boys in his family.
The Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award was named after him and Bronson Arroyo was the recipient of the award for the Reds in 2009 and 2011.