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1946 Los Angeles White Sox

1946 > Class Negro > 1946 West Coast Baseball League
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Represented: Los Angeles, CA
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Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Orinthal Anderson*244400000000.
2Tom Bowden--3432713100042.406.441.438.879140Stats for 2 teams
3Woody Brewer22282546010403.240.321.320.64180Stats for 2 teams
4Manuel Caro--3300000010.
5Wayne Carr?485400000001.
6Russ Dedeaux?324301100001.333.500.6671.16720
7Rowland Ewing--292835100210. for 2 teams
8Bill Flowers--302544100413. for 2 teams
9Dan Henderson--9901000000.
10Leaman Johnson29201735100313.294.400.353.75360
11Ted LaBaux--3300000000.
13Ray Lott--181626000302.375.444.375.81960
14Sam Marcell29171523100102. for 2 teams
15Jack Moore--131214000021.333.385.333.71840
16Nate Moreland3222021102001.0001.0002.5003.50050
17Herbie Morris?--11110000001.0001.0001.0002.00010
18Velma Revada37131225200101.417.462.5831.04570
19Joe Scott*28232247101411.318.348.500.848110
20Bill Sommers--6601000000.
21Lou Thomas?--4301000001.333.500.333.83310
22Donald Troy192200000000.
23Bill Young--121011000102.
23 Players28.5
* - 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
1Orinthal Anderson2401.0001108.06335001.1256.
2Wayne Carr4801.00000011.18463001.2356.
3Russ Dedeaux?3201.0001007.16672001.7737.
4Nate Moreland*3201.0001006.011601001.83316.50.01.5
5Herbie Morris?--000002.01232002.0004.513.59.00.67
6Lou Thomas?--02.0002007.2131264002.47815.
7Donald Troy19001003.23461002.4557.414.72.50.17
7 Players26.8
* - 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
Orinthal Anderson24LR6' 0.0"1701922
Tom Bowden--RRUnknown
Woody Brewer22RR5' 8.0"168Aug 16, 1923Clarksdale, MS, US
Manuel Caro--RRUnknown
Wayne Carr48RMar 4, 1898Henderson, KY, US
Russ Dedeaux32Dec 7, 1913New Orleans, LA, US
Rowland Ewing--RRUnknown
Bill Flowers--RRUnknown
Dan Henderson--RRUnknownStambaugh, CT, US
Leaman Johnson29RR5' 7.0"140Aug 15, 1916Crossett, AR, US
Ted LaBaux--RRUnknown
Ray Lott--RRUnknown
Sam Marcell29RR6' 3.0"185Sep 1, 1916New Orleans, LA, US
Jack Moore--RRUnknown
Nate Moreland32RL6' 1.0"195Apr 22, 1914England, AR, US
Herbie Morris--Unknown
Velma Revada37RRSep 25, 1908
Joe Scott28LL5' 11.0"175Jun 15, 1918Shreveport, LA, US
Bill Sommers--RRUnknown
Lou Thomas--Unknown
Donald Troy19RR6' 0.0"175Mar 2, 1927Los Angeles, CA, US
Bill Young--RRUnknown

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