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1946 New York Cubans

1946 > Class Negro Majors > 1946 Negro National League
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Manager: n/a
Represented: New York, NY
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Other Years: 1945 / 1947

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Bill Anderson*333200000001.000.333.000.33300
2Dave Barnhill32171713000000.
3Cleveland Clark2673668162111115.242.296.348.644232
4Francisco Coimbre371100000000.
5Alex Crespo31676213264101405.419.463.516.979320
6Martin Crue*--181722100001.
7Fernando Diaz221201131524201936.
8Silvio Garcia3211410717346431857.318.360.533.892570
9Candasie Howard252201000000.500.500.5001.00010
10James Jenkins232200000000.
11Rogelio Linares*368986816110902.
12Lou Louden261039914233001511.
13Horacio Martinez336860111000417.
14Minnie Minoso20908416223231006.262.311.452.763380
15Barney Morris*33252022000104.
16Ray Noble27222012100102.
17Carlos Santiago204300000001.
18Pat Scantlebury*28212047000301.350.381.350.73170
19Dave Thomas*4112311720433111714.368.388.436.824512
20Luis Tiant*39141202000001.
21Armando Vazquez*233321000200.333.333.333.66710
22Harry Wiliams--87821318311904.220.256.317.573261Stats for 2 teams
22 Players29.9
* - bats left-handed, # - bats both, else - bats right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors
Only players for whom we have stats are shown. See roster for more complete team list.

Team Pitching

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1William Anderson?--21.66731033.23819814101.36610.
2Dave Barnhill3243.571105266.163331333201.1468.
3Martin Crue*--44.50071160.062392140001.3839.
4Candasie Howard2501.0000007.0131342002.42916.
5James Jenkins*2301.0001007.1151343002.59118.
6Barney Morris3344.50093071.258291439101.0057.
7Pat Scantlebury*2831.75051030.24433911001.72812.
8Luis Tiant*3933.50051150.250161327001.2438.
8 Players32.5
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Bill Anderson33LR175Jan 25, 1913Brevard, NC, US
William Anderson--Unknown
Dave Barnhill32RR5' 6.0"168Oct 30, 1913Greenville, NC, US
Cleveland Clark26RR5' 11.0"165Jul 14, 1919Victoriade las Tunas, Oriente, CU
Francisco Coimbre37RR5' 8.0"170Jan 29, 1909Coamo, PR
Alex Crespo31RR6' 1.0"206Feb 26, 1915Guira de Melena, CU
Martin Crue--LLUnknown
Fernando Diaz22RR5' 11.0"180May 30, 1924Marianao, CU
Silvio Garcia32RR6' 0.0"195Oct 11, 1913Limonar, CU
Candasie Howard25RR6' 2.0"210Dec 16, 1920Daytona Beach, FL, US
James Jenkins23RL5' 7.0"160Mar 15, 1923Hampden Sydney, VA, US
Rogelio Linares36LL5' 9.0"180Sep 20, 1909La Habana, La Habana, CU
Lou Louden26RR5' 10.0"172Aug 19, 1919West Point, VA, US
Horacio Martinez33RR5' 9.0"155Oct 20, 1912Santiago, Santiago, DO
Minnie Minoso20RR5' 10.0"175Nov 29, 1925La Habana, La Habana, CU
Barney Morris33LR6' 1.0"170Jun 3, 1913Shreveport, LA, US
Ray Noble27RR5' 11.0"210Mar 15, 1919Central Hatillo, CU
Carlos Santiago20RR5' 11.0"170Mar 2, 1926Mayaguez, PR
Pat Scantlebury28LL6' 1.0"180Nov 11, 1917Gatun, Canal Zone, PA
Dave Thomas41LL6' 1.0"170Mar 22, 1905Mobile, AL, US
Luis Tiant39LL5' 10.0"150Aug 27, 1906La Habana, La Habana, CU
Armando Vazquez23LL5' 7.0"160Aug 20, 1922Guines, CU
Harry Wiliams--RRUnknown

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