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1951 Birmingham Barons

1951 > Class AA > 1951 Southern Association
Overall: 83-71
Scored 811 runs, Allowed 724 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 85-69

Affiliation: Boston Red Sox-AL
Manager: Red Marion
Represented: Birmingham, AL
Ballpark: Rickwood Field (Birmingham, AL), Rickwood Field (Birmingham, AL) and Rickwood Field (Birmingham, AL)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1950 / 1952

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
RkNameAgeGPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSTBGDPHBPSHSFIBB
1Ralph Brickner26328925510.281.36032
2Larry DiPippo*211555681652756.290.387220
3Hersh Freeman22564115321.366.61025
4John Gilbert2411124000.333.3334
5Dick Greco25278427613.321.52444
6Mickey Haefner*38306713200.194.22415
7Don Hasenmayer242810724333.224.39342
8Roger Higgins2437223000.136.1363
9Charlie Letchas35100335871332.260.334112
10Dale Lynch311244801531843.319.392188
11Red Mathis291414791402687.292.424203
12Robert Mosakoski21226415210.234.29719
13Bobo Newsom43328717100.195.20718
14Roy Nicely3369259621600.239.30178
15Roberto Ortiz361153439125314.265.478164
16Jim Piersall21121437151301215.346.572250
17Marv Rackley*29913191121776.351.505161
18Ribs Raney2820333000.091.0913
19Charlie Ray*3115155418723818.338.505280
20Daniel Ryan264911421420.184.25429
21Len Schulte34289114410.154.22020
22Homer Spragins301773100.429.5714
23Robert Stewart25228521300.247.28224
24Al Van Alstyne238235110.217.3488
25Bob Van Eman*27195412301.222.33318
26Mylon Vukemire2520578001.140.19311
27Lefty Wallace*29426423500.359.43828
28George Wilson*2614348915929829.325.595291
28 Players28.4155580451998111476265679673238537575.284.351.416.767216368
* - 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
1Alfred Boresh*2722.500632.03981.46911.02.2
2Ralph Brickner26159.6253.913228212.023210092421.2929.81.8
3Norm Brown321416.4673.924325200.022512187831.54010.13.7Stats for 2 teams
4Ike Delock2101.0005.54513.01711851.69211.83.5
5Hersh Freeman22125.7064.63503107.01135955321.3559.52.7
6John Gilbert24201.0001134.030191.4417.95.0
7Mickey Haefner*38107.5883.452722172.01869366541.3959.72.8
8Roger Higgins2427.2225.1437484.01065748461.81011.44.9
9Al Jurisich2901.00022.0
10Bobo Newsom431611.5933.043231237.02289280711.2628.72.7
11Paul Perry*2501.000316.021132.12511.87.3
12Marv Rackley*2901.00015.0832.20014.45.4
13Ribs Raney2836.3334.722013103.01056454601.6029.25.2
14Homer Spragins3033.5001732.04251.46911.81.4
15Lefty Wallace*291311.5424.803129180.022811196671.63911.43.4
16Ray Yochim2802.0001233.048202.06113.15.5Stats for 3 teams
16 Players30.38371.539155155724
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Fielding--By Pos

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Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
NameAgeBTHtWtDoBBirthplace
Alfred Boresh27LL5' 11.0"1701924
Ralph Brickner26RR6' 3.0"215May 2, 1925Cincinnati, OH, US
Norm Brown32SR6' 3.0"180Feb 1, 1919Evergreen, NC, US
Ike Delock21RR5' 11.0"175Nov 11, 1929Highland Park, MI, US
Larry DiPippo21LL5' 11.0"175May 24, 1930Brooklyn, NY, US
Hersh Freeman22RR6' 3.0"220Jul 1, 1928Gadsden, AL, US
John Gilbert24RR5' 11.0"190Mar 29, 1927Revere, MA, US
Dick Greco25R6' 3.0"220Jul 2, 1925Tacoma, WA, US
Mickey Haefner38LL5' 8.0"160Oct 9, 1912Lenzburg, IL, US
Don Hasenmayer24RR5' 10.0"180Apr 4, 1927Roslyn, PA, US
Roger Higgins24RR6' 1.0"205Mar 19, 1927
Al Jurisich29RR6' 2.0"193Aug 25, 1921New Orleans, LA, US
Charlie Letchas35RR5' 10.0"150Oct 3, 1915Thomasville, GA, US
Dale Lynch31RR6' 0.0"180Sep 7, 1919Morgantown, WV, US
Red Mathis29RR6' 0.0"200Jan 13, 1922Adairsville, GA, US
Robert Mosakoski21R6' 0.0"1981930
Bobo Newsom43RR6' 3.0"200Aug 11, 1907Hartsville, SC, US
Roy Nicely33RR6' 0.0"172Feb 2, 1918Joplin, MO, US
Roberto Ortiz36RR6' 4.0"200Jun 30, 1915Camaguey, Camaguey, CU
Paul Perry25LL6' 4.0"2251926
Jim Piersall21RR6' 0.0"175Nov 14, 1929Waterbury, CT, US
Marv Rackley29LL5' 10.0"170Jul 25, 1921Seneca, SC, US
Ribs Raney28RR6' 4.0"190Feb 16, 1923Detroit, MI, US
Charlie Ray31L6' 2.0"200Feb 23, 1920Jemison, AL, US
Walter Rogers27S5' 11.0"1701924
Daniel Ryan26R5' 10.0"1801925
Len Schulte34RR5' 10.0"160Dec 5, 1916St. Charles, MO, US
Homer Spragins30RR6' 1.0"190Nov 9, 1920Grenada, MS, US
Robert Stewart25R5' 10.0"1751926
Al Van Alstyne23RR6' 1.0"190Jul 6, 1927Birmingham, AL, US
Bob Van Eman27LL6' 1.0"180Oct 19, 1923New Castle, PA, US
Mylon Vukemire25R6' 0.0"180Aug 4, 1925
Lefty Wallace29LL5' 11.0"160Aug 12, 1921Evansville, IN, US
George Wilson26LR6' 1.0"185Aug 31, 1924Cherryville, NC, US
Ray Yochim28RR6' 1.0"170Jul 19, 1922New Orleans, LA, US

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