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1955 El Dorado Oilers

1955 > Class C > 1955 Cotton States League
Overall: 70-50
Scored 692 runs, Allowed 574 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 70-50

Affiliation: New York Giants-NL
Manager: Salty Parker
Represented: El Dorado, AR
Ballpark: Jim Griffith Field (El Dorado, AR), Jim Griffith Field (El Dorado, AR) and Jim Griffith Field (El Dorado, AR)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1954

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Finley Bandy*261154001081739.270.395158
2George Bielik22478215400.183.23219
3Joe Blasko19393710100.270.29711
4Gene Calder*20325212200.231.26914
5William Coccodrilli?--11
6Jim Davenport2110540514729617.363.590239
7Raymond Garbutt*2017292000.069.0692
8Andrew Kasper19316715300.224.26918
9George Lastres1931
10William Lefever2097307731022.238.30393
11Arthur Lettieri2011443312419314.286.441191
12John Locke2120568200.143.17910
13Andrew Lovito2256
14Richard Maibauer23326713302.194.32822
15Rene Masip23415816000.276.27616
16Eugene Matty2210174000.235.2354
17Roy Nelson2211540111519310.287.424170
18Leroy Neyman221043631011830.278.344125
19Jose Pagan2097322881213.273.345111
20Robert Palmer*2523
21Charles Pearson*19510
22Hugh Rogers*201085000.625.6255
23Merrill Schelich233611028117.255.47352
24John Spreen2391244531038.217.38193
25Robert Strunak*191154051082332.267.353143
26Jerry Waters19917
27Herman West*2246
28Donald Woerner#2042
28 Players21.4120460039206921052175287461285538690.268.353.384.73715059943
* - 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
1George Bielik221113.4584.284022193.21661059216981.3637.70.74.6
2Joe Blasko19115.6883.553614147.013070588631.3138.00.53.9
3Gene Calder2094.6925.912918137.0158110906821.75210.40.45.4
4Raymond Garbutt*2056.4554.28171588.17553425631.5627.60.56.4
5George Lastres1902.0003
6Andrew Lovito2211.5005
7Richard Maibauer23176.7392.023223187.0128584221221.3376.20.15.9
8Rene Masip23129.5715.712814132.1152908415381.43610.31.02.6
9Eugene Matty2241.8001.6010545.0321280181.1116.40.03.6
10George Olsey2401.0003Stats for 2 teams
11Hugh Rogers20007
12Robert Strunak?19007
13Herman West*22003
14Donald Woerner2002.0004
14 Players21.27050.583120120574
* - 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
Finley Bandy26L6' 1.0"1801929
George Bielik22RR5' 11.0"185Jul 17, 1932
Joe Blasko19RR5' 11.0"185Aug 28, 1935Pittsburgh, PA, US
Gene Calder20LR5' 11.0"195Jul 17, 1934Marion County, SC, US
William Coccodrilli--Unknown
Jim Davenport21RR5' 11.0"170Aug 17, 1933Siluria, AL, US
Raymond Garbutt20LL6' 2.0"1951935
Andrew Kasper19R6' 0.0"1951936
George Lastres19RR6' 1.0"1681936
William Lefever20R5' 10.0"1601935
Arthur Lettieri20RR6' 1.0"1871935
John Locke21R5' 11.0"1651934
Andrew Lovito22RR6' 2.0"1801933
Richard Maibauer23RR6' 2.0"195Feb 24, 1932
Rene Masip23RR6' 1.0"1601932
Eugene Matty22RR6' 1.0"1951933
Roy Nelson22R6' 2.0"1851933
Leroy Neyman22R6' 0.0"1851933
George Olsey24RR6' 1.0"1651931
Jose Pagan20RR5' 9.0"160May 5, 1935Barceloneta, PR
Robert Palmer25L5' 10.0"1651930
Charles Pearson19L6' 3.0"2001936
Hugh Rogers20LR6' 1.0"180Apr 18, 1935VA, US
Merrill Schelich23R6' 0.0"1851932
John Spreen23R6' 1.0"193Nov 1, 1931Hays, KS, US
Robert Strunak19L6' 0.0"1901936
Jerry Waters19RR5' 11.0"1751936
Herman West22LL6' 1.0"1981933
Donald Woerner20SR6' 0.0"1951935

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