1915 > Class D > 1915 Rio Grande Association
Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Herb Hester
Represented: Phoenix, AZ
Ballpark: Riverside Park (Phoenix, AZ), Riverside Park (Phoenix, AZ) and Riverside Park (Phoenix, AZ)
|Bill Dowling||30||R||1885||Indianapolis, IN, US|
|Herb Hall||22||S||R||6' 4.0"||220||Jun 5, 1893||Steeleville, IL, US|
|Herb Hester||29||Jun 3, 1886||Ashley, IL, US|
|Byrd Lynn||26||R||R||5' 11.0"||165||Mar 13, 1889||Unionville, IL, US|
|Ed McCreery||25||R||R||6' 0.0"||190||Dec 24, 1889||Florence, CO, US|
|Gil Pittman||25||R||R||May 26, 1890||Milan, TN, US|
|Red Toner||26||Sep 22, 1888||St. Vincent, MN, US|
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