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1928 Memphis Chickasaws

1928 > Class A > 1928 Southern Association
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Doc Prothro
Represented: Memphis, TN
Ballpark: Russwood Park (Memphis, TN), Russwood Park (Memphis, TN) and Russwood Park (Memphis, TN)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1927 / 1929

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Virgil Barrett?3074225771267.342.542122
2Johnny Berger2695301851230.282.342103
3Ray Caldwell*40255210110.192.25013
4Charlie Engle241545351451653.271.336180
5George Ferrell2469191561131.293.39876
6Johnny Frederick*2615061622144119.359.510314
7Clarence Griffin*23397216101.222.27820
8Jimmy Hudgens*2511038410724410.279.440169
9Tex Jeanes2712044016424134.373.514226
10Fred Johnson34409321210.226.26925
11Dave Keefe*3120334000.121.1214
12Harry Kelley224410029310.290.34034
13Joe Klugmann331475861673296.285.401235
14Kit May?--315621211.375.50028
15Doc Prothro3413956618238610.322.463262
16Roscoe Shepherd?--385011301.220.34017
17Jerry Standaert261123601292315.358.469169
18Danny Taylor27155524196352620.374.655343
19John Walker?--14236101.261.43510
19 Players27.9
* - 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
1Ray Caldwell40107.5884.932421146.01809680341.46611.12.1
2Clarence Griffin*231310.5653.3835216.025110581371.33310.51.5
3Fred Johnson341813.5813.4941250.026311397631.3049.52.3
4Dave Keefe3153.6254.702092.01246548211.57612.12.1
5Harry Kelley222110.6772.3842234.02349162591.2529.02.3
6Kit May?--83.7274.7526127.01407267401.4179.92.8
7Bill Piercy321012.4556.5537158.0207138115751.78511.84.3Stats for 2 teams
8Roscoe Shepherd?--86.5712.1138132.01285631461.3188.73.1
9John Walker?--52.7142.711463.0582419141.1438.32.0
9 Players30.6
* - 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


Johnny Berger952628018.9503.60
Virgil Barrett71212478.9703.65


Jimmy Hudgens1049956916.98510.23
Jerry Standaert44476238.98411.34


Joe Klugmann14643942827.9705.94


Doc Prothro13714833724.9533.54


Charlie Engle15332149249.9435.31


Danny Taylor155322188.9772.19
Johnny Frederick143291169.9722.15
Tex Jeanes116314918.9472.78
George Ferrell357451.9882.26

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Virgil Barrett30Jul 21, 1897Rockmart, GA, US
Johnny Berger26RR5' 9.0"165Aug 27, 1901Philadelphia, PA, US
Ray Caldwell40LR6' 2.0"190Apr 26, 1888Croydon, PA, US
Charlie Engle24RR5' 8.0"145Aug 27, 1903New York, NY, US
George Ferrell24R5' 11.0"175Apr 14, 1904Guilford County, NC, US
Johnny Frederick26LL5' 11.0"165Jan 26, 1902Denver, CO, US
Clarence Griffin23LL5' 8.0"1451905
Jimmy Hudgens25LR6' 0.0"180Aug 24, 1902Newburg, MO, US
Tex Jeanes27RR6' 0.0"176Dec 19, 1900Maypearl, TX, US
Fred Johnson34RR6' 0.0"185Mar 10, 1894Tolar, TX, US
Dave Keefe31LR5' 9.0"165Jan 9, 1897Williston, VT, US
Harry Kelley22RR5' 9.0"170Feb 13, 1906Parkin, AR, US
Joe Klugmann33RR5' 11.0"175Mar 26, 1895St. Louis, MO, US
Kit May--Unknown
Red McKee37LR5' 11.0"180Jul 20, 1890Shawnee, OH, US
Bill Piercy32RR6' 1.0"170May 2, 1896El Monte, CA, US
Doc Prothro34RR5' 10.0"170Jul 16, 1893Memphis, TN, US
Roscoe Shepherd--Unknown
Jerry Standaert26RR5' 10.0"168Nov 2, 1901Chicago, IL, US
Danny Taylor27RR5' 10.0"190Dec 23, 1900Lash, PA, US
John Walker--Unknown

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