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After a fourth place finish in the 1949 season with a 73-64 record, 7 games back and winning the league playoffs, the Marion Red Sox won the Ohio-Indiana League championship in 1950.
The league started out as a five team affair in 1951 but dropped to a four-team league for the second half of the season. Marion lost the first half of the year but wound up winning the league's second half and had the season's best overall season record to be crowned the league's 1951 champion.

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[edit] 1949 Team & Individual Stats

FIN W L PCT GB Attend Managers
4th 73 64 .533 7 57,113 Wally Millies

Team Batting 3rd

G AB R OR H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB SO RBI LOB AVR
138 4610 746 699 1234 1657 176 80 29 99 118 552 53 719 601 1035 .268

Team Fielding 5th

G DP PB PO A E PCT
138 120 15 3557 1453 325 .939

Top 3 Batters

Name G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB RBI SO PCT
George Contratto 106 429 81 145 200 16 12 5 5 22 51 4 46 48 .338
Don Richards 72 242 51 78 113 18 4 3 3 5 53 5 48 38 .322
Bob Brigham 136 541 84 159 199 22 6 2 7 8 43 4 79 61 .294

Top 3 Pitchers

Name G CG W L PCT IP AB H R ER SH BB SO HB WP ERA
Neilan Smith 28 18 15 5 .750 182 719 180 85 56 6 35 131 5 5 2.77
John Hartzell 34 5 9 9 .500 148 573 141 76 50 11 71 118 8 10 3.04
Robert Penny 23 9 10 8 .556 154 590 143 93 56 10 112 164 5 12 3.27

[edit] 1950 Team & Individual Stats

FIN W L PCT GB Attend Managers
1st 91 49 .650 0 41,002 George Susce (34-27), interim (4-1), Elmer Yoter (53-21).

Team Batting

G AB R OR H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB SO RBI LOB AVR
140 4681 985 652 1299 1982 222 91 93 99 116 832 40 883 860 1148 .278

Team Fielding

G DP PB PO A E PCT
140 117 10 3572 1404 314 .941

Top 3 Batters

Name G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB RBI SO PCT
Tom Umphlett 94 367 80 117 177 16 10 8 5 9 27 0 66 47 .319
Max Ross 122 410 103 130 203 23 7 12 8 7 82 10 102 54 .317
Matt Daskalakis 140 548 118 172 256 31 10 11 9 13 71 2 103 63 .314

Top 3 Pitchers

Name G CG W L PCT IP AB H R ER SH BB SO HB WP ERA
George A. Crawford 26 15 14 6 .700 177 686 160 81 56 2 63 126 3 5 2.85
John Wall 11 8 9 1 .900 89 342 80 37 29 1 50 85 4 2 2.93
Charles Gersten 29 11 16 5 .762 162 623 151 79 55 6 65 105 1 6 3.06

Playoffs
Playoffs: Marion 3 games, Springfield 1.
Newark 3 games, Richmond 2. Marion 4 games, Newark 0

[edit] 1951 Team & Individual Stats

FIN W L PCT GB Attend Managers
1st 91 37 .711 7 21,710 Elmer Yoter

Team Batting 1st

G AB R OR H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB SO RBI LOB AVR
130 4484 970 688 1294 1967 253 66 96 55 132 776 49 760 809 1084 .289

Team Fielding 2nd

G DP PB PO A E PCT
130 92 7 3380 1189 275 .943

Top 3 Batters

Name G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB HB RBI SO PCT
Maxlee Ross 94 334 86 125 222 23 7 20 1 2 76 3 105 41 .374
Marvin Stendel 130 502 158 185 298 38 9 19 1 29 99 11 125 48 .369
Joe LaMonica 95 390 91 127 182 27 8 4 3 25 61 4 66 28 .326

Top 3 Pitchers

Name G CG W L PCT IP AB H HR R ER SH BB SO HB ERA
John Wall 15 10 9 1 .900 110 409 84 2 43 30 2 74 129 3 2.45
Dick Brodowski 28 19 21 5 .808 204 789 183 4 76 59 3 72 212 6 2.60
Richard Tarys 36 15 22 4 .846 196 777 185 10 108 76 4 89 135 5 3.49

Playoffs: Marion defeated Springfield 4 games to 0.

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