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1904 Kansas City Blues

1904 > Class A > 1904 American Association
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Arthur Irwin and Dale Gear
Represented: Kansas City, MO
Ballpark: Association Park (II) (Kansas City, MO), Association Park (II) (Kansas City, MO) and Association Park (II) (Kansas City, MO)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1903 / 1905

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
RkNameAgeGPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSTBGDPHBPSHSFIBB
1Roy Akin*22186815200.221.25017
2Tom Barry?25298715000.172.17215
3Frank Bonner341525781462120.253.296171
4John Butler24116374952052.254.350131
5James Durham224112629401.230.28636
6Harry Eells248205100.250.3006
7Walter Frantz?29329724200.247.26826
8Dale Gear325316639710.235.28948
9Ralph Gibson?2410222000.091.0912
10Hugh Hill*241405671483955.261.374212
11Ward Isbell?234212116200.132.14918
12Ed Lewee?31147492116.236
13Bill Massey3355205711300.346.41084
14Ed Murphy?27186516400.246.30820
15Kid Nance271405121483576.289.420215
16Jack Rothfuss325520644841.214.30663
17Jack Ryan351274801313010.273.340163
18Mike Smith*36124413100.295.31814
19Suter Sullivan?3196354831910.234.294104
20Deacon Van Buren*335922253410.239.26659
20 Players29.4
* - 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
RkNameAgeWLW-L%ERAGGSGFCGSHOSVIPHRERHRBBIBBSOHBPBKWPBFWHIPH9HR9BB9SO9SO/W
1Tom Barry251314.48129232.0242115841.4059.43.3
2James Durham221226.31641326.03571221261.4829.93.5
3Harry Eells2434.4298
4Walter Frantz2979.43818
5Dale Gear3266.50016
6Ralph Gibson?2424.33310
7Ward Isbell?231721.44742328.03001701061.2388.22.9
7 Players24.8
* - 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
NameAgeBTHtWtDoBBirthplace
Roy Akin22LR5' 8.0"180Jun 16, 1882Columbia, TN, US
Allen--Unknown
Tom Barry25R5' 9.0"155Apr 10, 1879St. Louis, MO, US
Frank Bonner34RR5' 7.0"169Aug 20, 1869Lowell, MA, US
John Butler24RR5' 7.0"170Jul 26, 1879Boston, MA, US
Pete Childs32R5' 7.0"175Nov 15, 1871Philadelphia, PA, US
James Durham22RR6' 0.0"175Oct 7, 1881Douglass, KS, US
Harry Eells24RR6' 1.0"195Feb 14, 1880Woodbury County, IA, US
Jack Fillman221882PA, US
Walter Frantz29RSep 25, 1874Roanoke, IL, US
Dale Gear32RR5' 11.0"165Feb 2, 1872Lone Elm, KS, US
Ralph Gibson24Dec, 1879Richmond, MO, US
Bill Hart38R5' 10.0"163Jul 19, 1865Louisville, KY, US
Hugh Hill24LR5' 11.0"168Jul 21, 1879Ringgold, GA, US
Arthur Irwin46LR5' 8.0"158Feb 14, 1858Toronto, ON, CA
Ward Isbell23Oct 14, 1880MN, US
Ed Lewee31Jan 24, 1873OH, US
Bill Massey33RR5' 11.0"168Sep 23, 1870Philadelphia, PA, US
Roy Montgomery28RR5' 7.0"160Jan 19, 1876Bowie, TX, US
Ed Murphy27R6' 1.0"186Jan 11, 1877Auburn, NY, US
Kid Nance27RR5' 7.0"165Aug 2, 1876Fort Worth, TX, US
Nelson--Unknown
Al Nickell--Unknown
Jess Orndorff23SR6' 0.0"168Jan 15, 1881Chicago, IL, US
Nig Perrine19RR5' 9.0"160Jan 14, 1885Clinton, WI, US
Robinson--Unknown
Jack Rothfuss32RR5' 11.0"195Apr 18, 1872Newark, NJ, US
Jack Ryan35RR5' 10.0"165Nov 12, 1868Haverhill, MA, US
John Schrant--Unknown
Mike Smith36LL5' 11.0"178Mar 23, 1868Pittsburgh, PA, US
Holly Souders301874Corydon, IA, US
Herb Stoner26Nov 18, 1877Delhi, IA, US
Suter Sullivan316' 0.0"170Oct 14, 1872Baltimore, MD, US
Deacon Van Buren33LR5' 10.0"175Dec 14, 1870LaSalle County, IL, US
Wagner--Unknown
Harvey Witt--Unknown

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