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1905 San Jose

1905 > Class No Classification > 1905 California State League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: n/a
Represented: San Jose, CA
Ballpark: Cyclers Park (San Jose, CA), Cyclers Park (San Jose, CA) and Cyclers Park (San Jose, CA)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1906

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Frank Arellanes 23 R R 6' 0.0" 180 Jan 28, 1882 Santa Cruz, CA, US
Jose Arellanes -- Unknown
Dave Bodie -- Unknown
Martin Boradori -- Unknown
Al Borland -- Unknown
Hal Chase 22 R L 6' 0.0" 175 Feb 13, 1883 Los Gatos, CA, US
Jack Clynes 22 R R Jul 14, 1882 Oakland, CA, US
Joseph Collins -- Unknown
George Cooper -- L L Unknown
Win Cutter 27 R Aug 30, 1877 CA
Thomas Delaney -- Unknown
Downer -- Unknown
Clarence Duggan -- Unknown
Vincent Durfee -- Unknown
Dwyer -- Unknown
Elmer Emerson 18 1887 CA, US
L. Feeney -- Unknown
Tom Feeney -- Unknown
Oscar Graham 26 L L 6' 0.0" 180 Jul 20, 1878 Plattsmouth, NE, US
James Kent -- Unknown
Henry Krug 28 R R 5' 7.0" Dec 4, 1876 San Francisco, CA, US
Joe McCarthy -- R Unknown
Roy McGregor -- Unknown
Dominic Merkle -- Unknown
Max Muller 30 5' 7.0" 158 May 21, 1875 San Francisco, CA, US
Marty Murphy 28 Oct 15, 1876 San Francisco, CA, US
O'Brien -- Unknown
Petty -- Unknown
Al Poulter -- Unknown
Russell -- Unknown
Cy Russell 30 1875 San Francisco, CA, US
Henry Schmidt 32 R R 5' 11.0" 170 Jun 26, 1873 Brownsville, TX, US
Ed Schutte -- Unknown
Harry Spencer -- Unknown
Michael Steffani -- Unknown
Elmer Stricklett 28 R R 5' 6.0" 140 Aug 29, 1876 Glasco, KS, US
Cy Swain 22 Aug 16, 1882 Palo Alto, CA, US
Harry Wolter 20 L R 5' 10.0" 175 Jul 11, 1884 Monterey, CA, US
Gene Wright 26 R R 6' 2.0" 185 Dec 11, 1878 Cleveland, OH, US
Claude Zamloch 22 May 8, 1883 CA, US

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