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1949 Albany Senators

1949 > Class A > 1949 Eastern League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: Pittsburgh Pirates-NL
Manager: Pinky May
Represented: Albany, NY
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1948 / 1950

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Orie Arntzen39338816221.182.28425
2Gus Bell*20134535174271312.325.492263
3Lamar Chambers*26476422300.344.39125
4Preston Elkins26346315501.238.36523
5Stanley Ferek#271551000.200.2001
6Edward Heinrich*281103971081595.272.393156
7Herschel Held2612839812328515.309.518206
8Clark Henry*3113450315624163.310.439221
9Edward Kalski23277119400.268.32423
10Len Kensecki*301334451161779.261.391174
11Lou Knerr271041100.250.5002
12Fred Lanifero301355441542738.283.388211
13Rolland Leveille2189277701135.253.368102
14Don Manno3486215579312.265.502108
15Robert Masters23275315030.283.39621
16Pinky May38406915400.217.27519
17Clyde McAllister256620852731.250.32768
18Stan Milankovich2513151000.067.0671
19James Mims22295815110.259.31018
20Thomas Sheehan2512297000.241.2417
21Frankie Staucet271405401342875.248.354191
21 Players27.4
* - 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
1Orie Arntzen39252.9262.793325216.02087767411.1538.71.7
2Lamar Chambers261210.5454.102121182.019710683871.5609.74.3
3Preston Elkins26158.6523.473021179.01718269941.4808.64.7
4Stanley Ferek*2714
5Cal Hogue2101.0004.85313.01297121.8468.38.3
6Edward Kalski23146.7004.152424182.02009984631.4459.93.1
7Lou Knerr2710
8Robert Masters23107.5883.772619155.01518565771.4718.84.5
9Stan Milankovich2513
10James Mims22117.6113.502616139.01537454561.5049.93.6
10 Players26.9
* - 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


Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Orie Arntzen39RR6' 1.0"200Oct 18, 1909Beverly, IL, US
Gus Bell20LR6' 1.0"190Nov 15, 1928Louisville, KY, US
Lamar Chambers26LR6' 0.0"170Feb 16, 1923
Preston Elkins26RR6' 1.0"1651923
Stanley Ferek27SL6' 0.0"180Dec 5, 1921
Edward Heinrich28L5' 11.0"188Sep 13, 1920Aurora, OH, US
Herschel Held26RR5' 10.0"185Apr 16, 1923McLoud, OK, US
Clark Henry31L6' 1.0"1801918
Cal Hogue21RR6' 0.0"185Oct 24, 1927Dayton, OH, US
Edward Kalski23RR5' 11.0"205Feb 28, 1926Cohoes, NY, US
Len Kensecki30LL5' 11.0"172Oct 7, 1918
Lou Knerr27RR6' 1.0"210Aug 21, 1921Denver, PA, US
Fred Lanifero30R5' 7.0"180May 23, 1919Providence, RI, US
Rolland Leveille21R5' 11.0"1951928
Don Manno34RR6' 1.0"190May 4, 1915Williamsport, PA, US
Robert Masters23RR6' 0.0"1751926
Pinky May38RR5' 11.0"165Jan 18, 1911Laconia, IN, US
Clyde McAllister25RR6' 0.0"2001924
Stan Milankovich25RR6' 0.0"2051924
James Mims22RR6' 0.0"175Dec 19, 1926
Thomas Sheehan25R6' 3.0"2151924
Frankie Staucet27R5' 8.0"1601922Whiting, IN, US

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