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1887 Toronto Canucks

1887 > Class No Classification > 1887 International Association
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Charlie Cushman
Represented: Toronto, ON, CA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1888

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Gus Alberts26RR5' 6.0"180Sep, 1860Reading, PA, US
Norm Baker24Oct 14, 1862Philadelphia, PA, US
Ed Crane25RR5' 10.0"204May 27, 1862Boston, MA, US
Daisy Davis28R5' 6.0"150Nov 28, 1858Boston, MA, US
Harry Decker22RR5' 11.0"180Sep 3, 1864Lockport, IL, US
Jay Faatz27RR6' 4.0"196Oct 24, 1859Weedsport, NY, US
Pit Gilman23LL170Mar 14, 1864Laporte, OH, US
Tom Kearns26RR5' 7.0"160Nov 9, 1860Rochester, NY, US
Jerry McCormick255' 11.0"178Dec 31, 1861Philadelphia, PA, US
James McKinley--Unknown
Dave Oldfield22SL5' 7.0"175Dec 18, 1864Philadelphia, PA, US
Chris Rickley27R5' 8.0"160Oct 7, 1859Philadelphia, PA, US
Alfred Sheppard--Unknown
Mike Slattery20LL6' 2.0"210Nov 26, 1866Boston, MA, US
George Stallings19RR6' 1.0"187Nov 17, 1867Augusta, GA, US
Bill Traffley27RR5' 11.0"185Dec 21, 1859Staten Island, NY, US

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