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1949 Terre Haute Phillies

1949 > Class B > 1949 Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: Philadelphia Phillies-NL
Manager: Lee Riley
Represented: Terre Haute, IN
Ballpark: Memorial Stadium (Terre Haute, IN), Memorial Stadium (Terre Haute, IN) and Memorial Stadium (Terre Haute, IN)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1948 / 1950

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1John Berdella254214732211.218.26539
2Mel Brookey231094021061631.264.326131
3Mel Clark243313038740.292.40853
4Jim Command*201254691273044.271.377177
5William Fogg221191000.111.1111
6Bob Hill*2583313931852.297.406127
7Frank Hill*2327356100.171.2007
8Donald Johnston2029615100.082.0986
9Francis King23114401901932.224.302121
10Eddie Kolo*235313330620.226.30140
11Bill Koszarek28194310100.233.25611
12Earl Lindamood*3013296000.207.2076
13William Loos*21228520221.235.34129
14Tom Mankey2089330821252.248.333110
15Tom Marier248029448771338484.262.408120
16Roger May*19244113311.317.51221
17Bob Miller23429726535.268.53652
18Lee Riley*42220000.000.0000
19Alfred Speranza22125430921739.214.330142
20Paul Stuffel22368812500.136.19317
21Richard Welker*231013821042346.272.401153
22Dick Young*214517538220.217.25144
22 Players22.5
* - 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
1William Fogg2211
2Frank Hill2359.3574.7527106.01297156441.63211.03.7
3Donald Johnston201012.4553.1429166.01598558731.3988.64.0
4Bill Koszarek28142.8751.9719128.01053828521.2277.43.7
5Roger May*1946.4005.5323109.01187267501.5419.74.1
6Bob Miller23199.6792.7234255.025511277591.2319.02.1
7Paul Stuffel221313.5003.2936252.0174110921821.4136.26.5
7 Players22.3
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Fielding--By Pos

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer


Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
John Berdella25R6' 2.0"190Apr 4, 1924
Mel Brookey23R5' 10.0"195Jul 15, 1925Henryetta, OK, US
Mel Clark24RR6' 0.0"180Jul 7, 1924Letart, WV, US
Jim Command20LR6' 2.0"200Oct 15, 1928Grand Rapids, MI, US
William Fogg22RR6' 2.0"1851927
Bob Hill25LL6' 2.0"210Dec 9, 1923Salt Lake City, UT, US
Frank Hill23LR6' 1.0"1751926
Donald Johnston20RR6' 6.0"2151929
Francis King23R5' 10.0"1701926
Eddie Kolo23L6' 0.0"185Apr 4, 1926
Bill Koszarek28RR5' 10.0"1701921Philadelphia, PA, US
Earl Lindamood30LL5' 11.0"160May 16, 1919New Market, VA, US
William Loos21L6' 3.0"1701928
Tom Mankey20RL6' 0.0"205Sep 6, 1928Hollywood, CA, US
Tom Marier24RR5' 10.0"185Apr 15, 1925Spokane, WA, US
Roger May19LL6' 0.0"185Jul 23, 1929Lansing, MI, US
Bob Miller23RR6' 3.0"190Jun 16, 1926Detroit, MI, US
Lee Riley42LR6' 1.0"185Aug 20, 1906Princeton, NE, US
Alfred Speranza22R6' 2.0"1801927
Paul Stuffel22RR6' 2.0"185Mar 22, 1927Canton, OH, US
Richard Welker23L5' 9.0"1751926
Dick Young21LR5' 11.0"175Jun 3, 1928Seattle, WA, US

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