Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame: Adrian C. "Addie" Joss

© Photographed August 14, 2016
Presented November 28, 1951, by the Ladish Co.
Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43.042288, -87.916127
43° 2.55′ N, 87° 54.967′ W
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ADRIAN C. "ADDIE" JOSS
Won 160 games and lost 96 pitching for the Cleveland A. L. team from 1902 through 1910. He ruled a perfect no-hitter against Chicago, October 2, 1908, and a no-hitter against the same club April 20, 1910, winning both by 1 to 0 scores. Born April 12, 1880, at Woodlawn, Wisconsin.
The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, and is accessible from southbound North 4th Street, between West State Street (to the north) and West Kilbourn Avenue (to the south), at or near 400 West Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203.

Inductees honored at this site are members of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame (established 1951). The Wisconsin Athletic Walk of Fame is a joint property of Wisconsin Sports Development Corporation and Wisconsin Center District.

Wikipedia: Addie Joss

See also, Marker 227: Adrian "Addie" Joss, a related marker Juneau (Dodge County)

See also, Adrian Joss, a related marker in Watertown (Jefferson County)

Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame

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 Addie Joss (1910)
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 The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.


The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located at the
UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. 

The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located on the east side
of the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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