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1933 Binghamton Triplets

1933 > Class A > 1933 New York-Pennsylvania League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: New York Yankees-AL
Manager: Billy Meyer
Represented: Binghamton, NY
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1934

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Earle Bolyard211324881452972.297.398194
2Spud Chandler25286212110.194.24215
3Jimmy Densmore23447219100.264.27820
4Jack Fallon2013193000.158.1583
5Bob Gibson2711640110221614.254.441177
6Willard Hershberger231033451051832.304.391135
7Sam Hyman*3520184000.222.2224
8Jack LaRocca19397913100.165.17714
9Eddie Leishman221194111142032.277.355146
10George McQuinn*2312950718148127.357.540274
11Solomon Mishkin*2713453217841203.335.504268
12Ted Norbert2513246314229311.307.454210
13Floyd Olds24489223310.250.30428
14Jack Shipley241345061492870.294.377191
15Clarence Straub2290250771150.308.39298
16Jim Tobin2015216100.286.3337
17Ray White22276717110.254.29920
17 Players23.8
* - 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
1Charles Ahearn2201.00047.05641.2866.45.1
2Spud Chandler25108.5564.2325149.01668270511.45610.03.1
3Jimmy Densmore232012.6253.6143207.0208114831031.5029.04.5
4Jack Fallon2044.5005.791356.0613836381.7689.86.1
5Sam Hyman*3512.3331742.04319141.3579.23.0
6Jack LaRocca19189.6672.9639234.017497771251.2786.74.8
7Floyd Olds241310.5653.5937208.019710383941.3998.54.1
8Vito Tamulis*21301.0001.12324.0144340.7505.21.5
9Jim Tobin2033.5003.671149.0492720251.5109.04.6
10Ray White2274.6363.6023120.01195948811.6678.96.1
11Kemp Wicker*2601.000921.0201071.2868.63.0
11 Players23.3
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Fielding--By Pos

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer


Willard Hershberger863948812.9765.60
Clarence Straub61290331.9975.30


George McQuinn12910897710.9919.04


Jack Shipley13430339032.9565.17
Dominique Paiement11727436333.9515.44Stats for 2 teams


Bob Gibson10412315216.9452.64


Eddie Leishman11925529337.9374.61


Solomon Mishkin13421866.9741.67
Earle Bolyard131277148.9732.22
Ted Norbert120216127.9701.90


Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Charles Ahearn22RR5' 11.0"1861911
Earle Bolyard21RR6' 0.0"185Mar 24, 1912Fort Wayne, IN, US
Spud Chandler25RR6' 0.0"181Sep 12, 1907Commerce, GA, US
Jimmy Densmore23RR5' 10.0"170Aug 26, 1909Gadsden, AL, US
Jack Fallon20RR6' 3.0"185Oct 17, 1912
Bob Gibson27R6' 2.0"195Mar 16, 1906Edison, OH, US
Willard Hershberger23RR5' 10.0"167May 28, 1910Lemoncove, CA, US
Sam Hyman35LLMar 1, 1898NY, US
Jack LaRocca19RR6' 0.0"180Mar 17, 1914New York, NY, US
Eddie Leishman22R5' 10.0"155Dec 20, 1910Oakland, CA, US
George McQuinn23LL5' 11.0"165May 29, 1910Arlington, VA, US
Solomon Mishkin27L5' 11.0"175Sep 28, 1905New York, NY, US
Ted Norbert25RR6' 1.0"192May 17, 1908Brooklyn, NY, US
Floyd Olds24RR6' 0.0"180Jul 7, 1908Sumner, IA, US
Dominique Paiement26R5' 10.0"1651907
Jack Shipley24R5' 7.0"1571909
Clarence Straub22R5' 11.0"1851911
Vito Tamulis21LL5' 9.0"170Jul 11, 1911Cambridge, MA, US
Jim Tobin20RR6' 0.0"185Dec 27, 1912Oakland, CA, US
Ray White22RR6' 1.0"187Nov 26, 1910Brooklyn, NY, US
Kemp Wicker26RL5' 11.0"182Aug 13, 1906Kernersville, NC, US

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