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1904 Fort Dodge Gypsum Eaters

1904 > Class D > 1904 Iowa League of Professional Baseball Clubs
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Frank Boyle
Represented: Fort Dodge, IA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1905

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
Rk Name Age G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB
1 Frank Burson? -- 103 374 88 .235
2 Conrad Collins? 23 16 43 12 .279
3 DeWorth Easton? -- 22 60 9 .150
4 John Eubanks? -- 39 115 51 .443
5 Fish? -- 22 74 15 .203
6 George Frank? 26 89 342 58 .170
7 Edward From? 26 31 109 26 .239
8 M. Jones? -- 104 406 93 .229
9 Maloney? -- 107 405 91 .225
10 Charlie Middleton? -- 90 365 101 .277
11 Bo Slear? 25 94 349 74 .212
12 William Snyder? -- 37 121 28 .231
13 Ducky Stewart? -- 47 161 34 .211
13 Players 25.4
* - 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 Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Frank Burson -- Unknown
Conrad Collins 23 Mar 28, 1881 Fort Dodge, IA, US
DeWorth Easton -- Unknown
John Eubanks -- Unknown IN, US
Fish -- Unknown
George Frank 26 1878 NY, US
Edward From 26 Jan 4, 1878 PA, US
M. Jones -- Unknown
Maloney -- Unknown
Charlie Middleton -- R Unknown
Louis Schaub -- Unknown
Bo Slear 25 Dec, 1878 IN, US
William Snyder -- Unknown
Ducky Stewart -- Unknown
Joe Zalusky -- Unknown

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