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1905 Stockton

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

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: n/a
Represented: Stockton, CA
Ballpark: Oak Park Baseball Field (Stockton, CA), Oak Park Baseball Field (Stockton, CA) and Oak Park Baseball Field (Stockton, CA)
Attendance: n/a

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Adams -- Unknown
Andrews -- Unknown
Jake Beckley 37 L L 5' 10.0" 200 Aug 4, 1867 Hannibal, MO, US
Albert Briseno 26 R May 20, 1879 CA, US
George Brown -- Unknown
Ches Campbell 22 R Dec 30, 1882 Stockton, CA, US
Richard Egan -- Unknown
Frank Ferguson 32 Jan 21, 1873 Lebanon, PA, US
Joe Hamilton 19 Jun 26, 1886
Frank Ingalls 24 Jun 1, 1881 Stockton, CA, US
Iverson -- Unknown
Henry Jansing 24 Aug, 1880 Butler, IN, US
Bob McHale 35 R 5' 11.0" 152 Feb 7, 1870 Sacramento, CA, US
Hugh McMurray 24 1881 CA, US
William Moreing -- Unknown
Frank Morrison -- Unknown
Doc Moskiman 26 R R 6' 0.0" 170 Dec 20, 1878 Oakland, CA, US
Marty Murphy 28 Oct 15, 1876 San Francisco, CA, US
Frank O'Brien -- Unknown San Francisco, CA, US
R. Oswald -- Unknown
Walter Sampson -- Unknown
Fred Schleef -- Unknown
Frank Schmidt -- Unknown
Danny Shay 28 R R 5' 10.0" Nov 8, 1876 Springfield, OH, US
Oscar Stanage 22 R R 5' 11.0" 190 Mar 17, 1883 Tulare, CA, US
Jim Sullivan 31 Mar 31, 1874 San Francisco, CA, US
Cy Townsend 32 R Jan 28, 1873 WI, US
Bodo Wallman -- Unknown
Jack Walters 33 R 6' 0.0" Sep, 1871 MD, US
Jimmy Whalen 25 R 1880 San Francisco, CA, US

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