|Full name||Joseph Baillie|
|Date of birth||26 February 1929|
|Place of birth||Dumfries, Scotland|
|Date of death||23 March 1966(aged 37)|
|Place of death||Glasgow, Scotland|
|1960–1961||Bradford Park Avenue||7||(1)|
|1951–1952||Scottish League XI||3||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Baillie played the majority of his games for Celtic for whom his debut was against Queen of the South. He was best known at Celtic for his partnership at left-half with Celtic legend Bobby Evans which helped the team lift the 1951 Scottish Cup. He had joined the club in 1946 and remained with the Bhoys for eight years. He made 171 first team appearances for Celtic, scoring one goal. During his time with Celtic, Baillie represented the Scottish League XI three times.
He moved to Bristol City in 1956 where he had an equally brief stay.
He next again gave him regular football when he joined Leicester City in summer 1957. His manager when he joined Leicester was another Scot, Dumfries born Dave Halliday. Leicester stayed in England's top flight through Baillie's three seasons there.
- Celtic - 1951 Scottish Cup winners
- Bradford Park Avenue - 1961 Fourth Division promotion