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1950 Charleston Rebels

1950 > Class A > 1950 South Atlantic League
Overall: 79-72
Scored 664 runs, Allowed 623 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 80-71

Affiliation: Pittsburgh Pirates-NL
Manager: Rip Sewell
Represented: Charleston, SC
Ballpark: College Park (Charleston, SC), College Park (Charleston, SC) and College Park (Charleston, SC)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1949 / 1951

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Paul Almonte2933224100.182.2275
2Dick Briskey221144051121072.277.351142
3Mel Brookey24206616212.242.39426
4William Brown*2613349913919115.279.391195
5Floyd Chandler233714430300.208.22933
6Don Dahlke214315437500.240.27342
7Reno DeBenedetti223611430301.263.31636
8Lamar Dorton216419848520.242.28857
9Preston Elkins27204311110.256.32614
10Charles Fedoris23317216200.222.25018
11Raymond Feraco249129770811.236.27983
12John Fiscalini2482285951634.333.453129
13Robert Forbes*244916344532.270.37461
14Bob Garber21327210000.139.13910
15Herschel Held27318219525.232.52443
16Cal Hogue2216293010.103.1725
17Homer Johnston*3012142111316110.268.382161
18Nellie King2220518000.157.1578
19Pete Kraus321123551152344.324.445158
20William LaThorpe*2120518000.157.1578
21Robert Masters2412193100.158.2114
22Clyde McAllister269027066622.244.30482
23John McKeown#218429067804.231.30087
24John Overland*2111337000.212.2127
25John Paszek2211358100.229.2579
26Frank Thomas21823189820411.308.500159
27Walter Wherry236821660911.278.34374
28George Wopinek21207325311.342.45233
28 Players24.5151562449016641280174455558781658688.261.349.349.697170965
* - 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
1Paul Almonte2988.5003.0332104.09348358351.2318.00.73.0
2Harold Breeding230010.2
3Albert Cleary2804.0004.80730.03919161161.83311.70.34.8
4Preston Elkins27115.6883.3820117.011754445471.4029.00.43.6
5Charles Fedoris23149.6092.9929202.0189766711741.3028.40.53.3
6Bob Garber21159.6254.1132219.017910810061051.2977.40.24.3
7John Higgins*23101.0005.4035.0653031.80010.80.05.4
8Cal Hogue2235.3754.201575.05739355861.9076.80.610.3
9Nellie King22910.4743.4120145.015371559281.2489.50.61.7
10William LaThorpe*21114.7332.4320141.011452385521.1777.30.33.3
11James Lawler1902.0005.62624.02718152121.62510.10.84.5
12Robert Masters2446.4002.881175.06430244271.2137.70.53.2
13Harry Pritts*2214.2004.50634.04332173231.94111.40.86.1
14Rip Sewell4300210.0
15Blair Simpson2200414.0
16John Tate260037.0
17Fred Uhlman*2002.0008.10410.014129192.30012.60.98.1
18Walter Wherry?2301.0004.76517.0161291121.6478.50.56.4
19Ralph Woolford*2101.0003.32719.0101170191.5264.70.09.0
20Len Yochim*2122.5002.93743.04220140291.6518.80.06.1
20 Players23.77972.523151151623
* - 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
Paul Almonte29RR5' 9.0"180Feb 4, 1921Syracuse, NY, US
John Baas22LL6' 0.0"1951928
Charles Bell23RR6' 1.0"175Aug 30, 1926Redondo Beach, CA, US
Harold Breeding23RR5' 9.0"175Aug 10, 1926
Dick Briskey22RR5' 11.0"175Oct 12, 1927Yakima, WA, US
Mel Brookey24R5' 10.0"195Jul 15, 1925Henryetta, OK, US
William Brown26L6' 0.0"175Jul 21, 1923Odenton, MD, US
Floyd Chandler23R5' 9.0"1551927
Albert Cleary28RR6' 0.0"1931922
Don Dahlke21RR5' 11.0"177Aug 16, 1928Pomeroy, IA, US
Reno DeBenedetti22RR6' 1.0"180Feb 29, 1928San Francisco, CA, US
Lamar Dorton21RR5' 11.0"155Nov 17, 1928Ansonville, NC, US
Richard Elkind21RR5' 11.0"1831929
Preston Elkins27RR6' 1.0"1651923
Charles Fedoris23RR6' 1.0"1801927
Raymond Feraco24R5' 8.0"1651926
John Fiscalini24R6' 0.0"1801926
Robert Forbes24L5' 10.0"1781926
Bob Garber21RR6' 1.0"190Sep 10, 1928Hunker, PA, US
Bill Hall21LR5' 11.0"165Jul 30, 1928Moultrie, GA, US
Herschel Held27RR5' 10.0"185Apr 16, 1923McLoud, OK, US
John Higgins23RL5' 11.0"185Aug 23, 1926Cranston, RI, US
Cal Hogue22RR6' 0.0"185Oct 24, 1927Dayton, OH, US
Homer Johnston30L5' 10.0"1901920
Nellie King22RR6' 6.0"185Mar 15, 1928Shenandoah, PA, US
George Kinnamon22R6' 1.0"185Oct 25, 1927Etowah, TN, US
Pete Kraus32R5' 8.0"1681918
William LaThorpe21LL5' 11.0"1751929
Eugene Lavery23L5' 11.0"1751927
James Lawler19RR5' 11.0"1781931
Robert Masters24RR6' 0.0"1751926
Clyde McAllister26RR6' 0.0"2001924
John McKeown21S5' 9.0"1801929
Stanley Miller21R5' 10.0"1701929
John Moore23R5' 10.0"1801927
John Overland21L6' 1.0"1701929
John Paszek22R6' 1.0"1801928
Harry Pritts22LL6' 0.0"1701928
Rip Sewell43LR6' 1.0"180May 11, 1907Decatur, AL, US
Blair Simpson22RR5' 11.0"165Oct 31, 1927Ogden, UT, US
John Tate26RR5' 11.0"1751924
Frank Thomas21RR6' 3.0"200Jun 11, 1929Pittsburgh, PA, US
Fred Uhlman20RL6' 1.0"1801930
Walter Wherry23R6' 1.0"1871927
Ralph Woolford21RL6' 1.0"1651929
George Wopinek21R5' 7.0"165Dec 5, 1928Chicago, IL, US
Len Yochim21LL6' 2.0"200Oct 16, 1928New Orleans, LA, US

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