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1942 Oakland Oaks

1942 > Class AA > 1942 Pacific Coast League
Overall: 85-92
Scored 644 runs, Allowed 718 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 80-97

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Johnny Vergez
Represented: Oakland, CA
Ballpark: Oaks Park (Oakland, CA), Oaks Park (Oakland, CA) and Oaks Park (Oakland, CA)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1941 / 1943

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Tom Ananicz*24145100020.200.2001
2Ralph Buxton313378603820030420.
3Italo Chelini*2741635541000040514.
4Mike Christoff29371351071719601842315.178.323.262.5852805
5Stan Corbett303758525800030218.
6Vincent DiBiasi21437167481206019.
7Mel Duezabou2350197173175212311742225.301.383.422.8057311
8Cecil Dunn3111000000.000.0000
9Tony Ferrara2612100000.500.5001
10Joe Glenn3378276232285714112234018.246.359.328.6877613
11Marv Gudat*381124003693210018304142218.271.316.336.65212427
12Nub Kleinke311119200000.105.1052
13Hal Luby2917774566785207327375105027.310.361.393.754262325
14Bill Lyman28331181041113300711214.
15Emil Mailho*3315567259991178293142156165.297.369.361.72921675
16Robert Patteson?19619300020.158.1583
17Cotton Pippen314383734141006038.
18Billy Raimondi291284454154710216103362322.
19Bill Rigney2417771363883184345157135158.288.346.362.708231519
20Jack Salveson286917515518347111611721.
21Fred Tauby366420319416571031301510.294.312.392.7037604
22Johnny Vergez35107386335408810533154343.263.348.349.69811717
23Wally Westlake21169652593571592667741047108.268.325.368.69321839
24John Yelovic284031282210020217.
24 Players29.0177637857226441518251452657882486580.265.326.339.665193731139
* - 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
1Tom Ananicz*2401.0001400027.0401341.96313.
2Ralph Buxton311316.4483.403330133204.02078977657420131.3339.
3Italo Chelini*27913.4092.594025112188.0198905444384001.2879.
4Stan Corbett30811.4214.48372174181.0195979054490011.3769.
5Vincent DiBiasi211013.4353.43402292181.0197876973742131.4929.
6Tony Ferrara260010005.02130.6003.
7Nub Kleinke3162.7504.3611105164.071283126171001.51610.
8Cotton Pippen311117.3934.183828121211.02491209866515051.49310.
9Jack Salveson282412.6672.583938348310.02971068960930001.1528.
10John Yelovic2847.3643.0539310112.0127733856680081.63410.
10 Players28.08592.480177177718
* - 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


Billy Raimondi10534069413.9903.904
Joe Glenn7526472712.9804.482


Les Scarsella166145715516124.9909.71Stats for 2 teams
Marv Gudat3731621425.9889.11
Emil Mailho12106727.9839.42


Ham Schulte1494024352284.9745.62Stats for 2 teams
Hal Luby1243253311862.9735.29


Johnny Vergez901031821117.9633.17
Hal Luby5360105915.9483.11
Bill Lyman15113673.8703.13
Fred Tauby14111932.9092.14


Bill Rigney1723555276294.9345.13
Bill Lyman13162645.9133.23


Wally Westlake1674421492.9812.73
Emil Mailho142304551.9842.18
Fern Bell1191884101.9501.61Stats for 3 teams
Marv Gudat66120531.9771.89
Mel Duezabou4886741.9591.94
Fred Tauby3656220.9671.61
Mike Christoff3486532.9682.68
Billy Raimondi12191001.0001.67


Italo Chelini401239021.0001.28
Vincent DiBiasi40164021.9661.40
Jack Salveson39286116.9892.28
John Yelovic3962820.9440.87
Cotton Pippen38155111.9851.74
Stan Corbett37937021.0001.24
Ralph Buxton33163413.9801.52
Tom Ananicz143510.8890.57
Nub Kleinke1131111.9331.27
Tony Ferrara1

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Tom Ananicz24LL6' 3.0"195May 29, 1918Elmont, NY, US
Fern Bell29RR6' 0.0"180Jan 21, 1913Ada, OK, US
Ralph Buxton31RR5' 11.0"163Jun 7, 1911Weyburn, SK, CA
Italo Chelini27LL5' 10.0"175Oct 10, 1914San Francisco, CA, US
Mike Christoff29RR5' 11.0"190Sep 29, 1912Northampton, PA, US
Stan Corbett30RR6' 3.0"190Dec 4, 1911Cincinnati, OH, US
Vincent DiBiasi21RR6' 2.0"192Sep 24, 1920Berkeley, CA, US
Mel Duezabou23RR5' 9.0"180Jun 9, 1919Oakland, CA, US
Cecil Dunn31RR5' 11.0"185May 13, 1911Linden, AL, US
Tony Ferrara26RR6' 1.0"198Nov 21, 1915
Joe Glenn33RR5' 11.0"175Nov 19, 1908Dickson City, PA, US
Marv Gudat38LL5' 11.0"162Aug 27, 1903Goliad, TX, US
Nub Kleinke31RR6' 1.0"170May 19, 1911Fond du Lac, WI, US
Hal Luby29RR5' 10.0"185Jun 13, 1913Blackfoot, ID, US
Bill Lyman28R5' 11.0"160Mar 4, 1914Lynn, MA, US
Emil Mailho33LL5' 10.0"165Dec 16, 1908Berkeley, CA, US
Robert Patteson19Oct 27, 1922VA, US
Cotton Pippen31RR6' 2.0"180Apr 2, 1911Cisco, TX, US
Billy Raimondi29RR5' 10.0"165Dec 1, 1912San Francisco, CA, US
Bill Rigney24RR6' 1.0"178Jan 29, 1918Alameda, CA, US
Jack Salveson28RR6' 0.0"180Jan 5, 1914Fullerton, CA, US
Les Scarsella28LL5' 11.0"185Nov 23, 1913Santa Cruz, CA, US
Ham Schulte29RR5' 8.0"158Sep 1, 1912St. Louis, MO, US
Fred Tauby36RR5' 9.0"168Mar 27, 1906Canton, OH, US
Johnny Vergez35RR5' 8.0"165Jul 9, 1906Oakland, CA, US
Wally Westlake21RR6' 0.0"186Nov 8, 1920Gridley, CA, US
John Yelovic28RR6' 2.0"180Jul 13, 1913Clarksburg, WV, US

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