|Louis Balsz||26||5' 9.0"||160||Aug 26, 1869||St. Louis, MO, US|
|Charles Becker||23||5' 5.0"||155||1873||Dayton, OH, US|
|Henry Cote||32||R||5' 9.0"||165||Feb 19, 1864||Troy, NY, US|
|Mike Jacobs||20||5' 11.0"||180||Apr 17, 1876||Louisville, KY, US|
|Johnny Kling||20||R||R||5' 9.0"||160||Nov 13, 1875||Kansas City, MO, US|
|John McCloskey||34||Apr 4, 1862||Louisville, KY, US|
|William Peeples||32||5' 6.0"||133||Jun 1, 1864||Weston, MO, US|
|George Reed||23||5' 8.0"||168||Sep 13, 1872||Danville, PA, US|
|John Roach||28||R||L||5' 9.0"||175||Nov 19, 1867||North Bend, PA, US|
|Charlie Shaffer||26||R||R||5' 9.0"||165||Jan 27, 1870||Bloomsburg, PA, US|
|Jimmy Slagle||22||L||R||5' 7.0"||144||Jul 11, 1873||Worthville, PA, US|
|Pete Weckbecker||31||5' 7.0"||150||Aug 30, 1864||Butler, PA, US|
Historical performance data for professional leagues (affiliated minor leagues, independent minor leagues, fall/winter leagues, and other international leagues) is provided by and licensed from 24-7 Baseball and Chadwick Baseball Bureau. It incorporates the work of many stalwart baseball researchers, including Cliff Blau, Art Cantu, Frank Hamilton, Reed Howard, Kevin Johnson, Bob McConnell, Jack Morris, and Ray Nemec, as well as members of the Minor Leagues Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research.
Perhaps most importantly, it builds upon the seminal work of Ed Washuta, who magnanimously provided the framework to make the whole thing possible.