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1903 Oakland Heeseman

1903 > Class No Classification > 1903 California State League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: n/a
Represented: Oakland, CA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
A.H. Agnew -- Unknown
Harry Bird -- R Unknown
Dick Boettiger 19 R Dec 15, 1883 San Francisco, CA, US
Al Borland -- Unknown
Chambers -- Unknown
Beach Dean 26 Sep 13, 1876 CA, US
Denny -- Unknown
Donovan -- Unknown
Harry Eells 23 R R 6' 1.0" 195 Feb 14, 1880 Woodbury County, IA, US
Egan -- Unknown
Fey -- Unknown
John Flynn 21 1882
George Foley 27 1876 Santa Clara, CA, US
Thomas Hackett -- Unknown
Hammond -- Unknown
Clyde Healy -- Unknown
William Kenneally -- Unknown
P. Lefevre -- Unknown
Frank Lutgen -- Unknown
Mauser -- Unknown
W. Peters -- Unknown
Peterson -- Unknown
Thurston Pierce -- Unknown
Al Poulter -- Unknown
J. Radford -- Unknown
Lew Rice -- Unknown
Joseph Rogers -- Unknown
Cy Russell 28 1875 San Francisco, CA, US
Ryan -- Unknown
Tim Shanahan -- Unknown
George Smith -- Unknown
Henry Stultz 33 Oct 25, 1869 San Francisco, CA, US
Sullivan -- Unknown
Tye -- Unknown
Frank Waterbury -- Unknown
Joseph Wykoff -- Unknown
Wyms -- Unknown

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