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1909 Johnstown Johnnies

1909 > Class B > 1909 Tri-State League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Curt Weigand
Represented: Johnstown, PA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1908 / 1910

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Albert Barr?--258410111.119.19016
2Jake Boultes24309211100.120.13012
3Mike Donovan27116380811146.213.311118
4Sam Follansbee?231163951081291.273.357141
5Cecil Gray?--10838812927116.332.505196
6Jack Himes*30114396931532.235.303120
7Charlie Johnson*2411643012722126.295.444191
8Charlie Koopman?2410027446610.168.19754
9John Lambrecht?--3613333400.248.27837
10Gus Salve*23378111101.136.18515
11George Scott?305313719301.139.18225
12Alfred Skillman?2426585100.086.1036
13Curt Weigand?35106348801541.230.305106
13 Players27.0
* - 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
Albert Barr--Unknown
Jake Boultes24RR6' 3.0"Aug 6, 1884St. Louis, MO, US
Ted Cather20RR5' 10.0"178May 20, 1889Chester, PA, US
Dick Crutcher19RR5' 9.0"148Nov 25, 1889Frankfort, KY, US
Mike Donovan27RR5' 8.0"155Oct 18, 1881Brooklyn, NY, US
Sam Follansbee23Jul 21, 1885West Newbury, MA, US
Cecil Gray--Unknown
Jack Himes30LR6' 2.0"180Sep 22, 1878Bryan, OH, US
T. Irvine--Unknown
Charlie Johnson24LL5' 9.0"150Mar 12, 1885Slatington, PA, US
Charlie Koopman241885NY, US
John Lambrecht--Unknown
Andy O'Connor24RR6' 0.0"160Sep 14, 1884Roxbury, MA, US
Billy Poole--Unknown
Gus Salve23LL6' 0.0"190Dec 29, 1885Boston, MA, US
George Scott30RJun, 1879Downsville, NY, US
Alfred Skillman24Jul 4, 1884Princeton, NJ, US
Walt Thomas25RR5' 8.0"156Apr 28, 1884Altoona, PA, US
Curt Weigand35RSep, 1873PA, US

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