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1950 Cedar Rapids Indians

1950 > Class B > 1950 Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League
Overall: 59-67
Scored 659 runs, Allowed 774 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 54-72

Affiliation: Cleveland Indians-AL
Manager: Billy Jurges
Represented: Cedar Rapids, IA
Ballpark: Veterans Memorial Stadium (I) (Cedar Rapids, IA), Veterans Memorial Stadium (I) (Cedar Rapids, IA) and Veterans Memorial Stadium (I) (Cedar Rapids, IA)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1951

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Robert Bannon2584271671411.247.31786
2William Bruss*201134061041915.256.345140
3William Chandler233511232610.286.35740
4William Forbes*2578270701811.259.34493
5Earl Girard?23228323503.277.44637
6Glenn Harshbarger2041588200.138.17210
7Robert Hunter21134014501.350.55022
8Charles Huwer*224916134512.211.29247
9Ralph Johanson*3013110000.000.0000
10James King*231093861283752.332.469181
11Ronnie King#227720838502.183.23649
12Dale Linn2114259100.360.40010
13Jerry Majercik211043911201734.307.396155
14Chester McDowell*27166017201.283.36722
15Ray Narleski2120468010.174.21710
16Ray Petrzelka22519725501.258.34033
17Bob Prentice2212648213526520.280.479231
18Herbert Reilly2330515000.098.0985
19Nicholas Romeo*236920750664.242.38680
20Glenn Runge2136465100.109.1306
21Gene Schroer*221071100.143.2862
22Roger Scoles193813933700.237.28840
23Bob Staton25963441121855.326.451155
24John Tree*243612119501.157.22327
25Mark Wylie2523439100.209.23310
25 Players22.6126486240796591069208315459366728758.262.374.368.742150155
* - 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
1Glenn Harshbarger201110.5244.6339173.01691158981341.7518.80.47.0
2Ralph Johanson3012
3Dale Linn2125.2867.171359.05956471792.3399.00.212.1
4Ray Narleski2195.6433.5717111.07754446911.5146.20.57.4
5Ray Petrzelka22167.6963.1335204.01921157181281.5698.50.45.6
6Herbert Reilly23711.3894.9530160.01781028814731.56910.00.84.1
7Glenn Runge21614.3005.7535155.01921329914951.85211.10.85.5
8Gene Schroer*2210
9Mark Wylie2558.3857.011995.0124897420651.98911.71.96.2
9 Players22.25967.468126126774
* - 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
Robert Bannon25R5' 10.0"1721925
William Bruss20L5' 11.0"1751930
William Chandler23R6' 2.0"1861927
William Forbes25L6' 0.0"1801925
Earl Girard235' 11.0"176Jan 25, 1927Marinette, WI, US
Glenn Harshbarger20RR6' 1.0"1781930
Robert Hunter21R5' 11.0"1951929
Charles Huwer22L6' 0.0"1901928
Ralph Johanson30LR6' 2.0"1851920
James King23LL5' 10.0"1701927
Ronnie King22S6' 1.0"185Apr 16, 1928Sacramento, CA, US
Dale Linn21RR5' 11.0"1851929
Jerry Majercik21R5' 11.0"1601929
Chester McDowell27LR5' 9.0"160Mar 5, 1923Vanderbilt, MI, US
Ray Narleski21RR6' 1.0"175Nov 25, 1928Camden, NJ, US
Ray Petrzelka22RR6' 3.0"195Dec 2, 1927Cedar Rapids, IA, US
Bob Prentice22R6' 0.0"1801928
Herbert Reilly23RR6' 1.0"2001927
Nicholas Romeo23L5' 11.0"1721927
Glenn Runge21RR6' 0.0"1751929
Gene Schroer22LL6' 0.0"180Aug 29, 1927Riley County, KS, US
Roger Scoles19R5' 9.0"1651931
Bob Staton25R6' 1.0"1801925
John Tree24L5' 10.0"1751926
Mark Wylie25RR6' 0.0"200Jan 22, 1925

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