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1904 Joplin Miners

1904 > Class C > 1904 Missouri Valley League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Jack Fillman
Represented: Joplin, MO
Ballpark: Base Ball Park (Joplin, MO), Base Ball Park (Joplin, MO) and Base Ball Park (Joplin, MO)
Attendance: n/a

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Dick Bayless*201254891472172.301.384188
2Charles Crum?--125444119.268
3Harry Eells245015334.222
4Jack Fillman?22122461121.262
5William Gray?29119453103.227
6George Lowell?--4516032.200
7Sammy Morris?--309214.152
8Tony Shimonek?2412547299.210
9Tony Vanderhill?30119464112.241
10Mike Welday*259236897.264
10 Players24.9
* - 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
1Harry Eells242015.5715093
2George Lowell?--2217.56445120
3Sammy Morris--209.6903047
4Ritter?--157.6822548Stats for 2 teams
5William Torrence?261217.41483110Stats for 2 teams
5 Players25.2
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Dick Bayless20LR5' 9.0"178Sep 6, 1883Joplin, MO, US
Charles Crum--Unknown
Harry Eells24RR6' 1.0"195Feb 14, 1880Woodbury County, IA, US
Jack Fillman221882PA, US
Ben Grant--Unknown
William Gray29Jun 12, 1875Lebanon, MO, US
George Lowell--Unknown
Sammy Morris--RUnknown
W. Randolph--Unknown
Tony Shimonek24Dec, 1879Brush Creek, NB, CA
Charles Sisler--Unknown
William Torrence261878IN, US
Tony Vanderhill30May, 1874MI, US
Mike Welday25LL5' 8.0"165Dec 13, 1878Conway, IA, US

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