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1948 Santa Barbara Dodgers

1948 > Class C > 1948 California League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: Brooklyn Dodgers-NL
Manager: Chet Kehn
Represented: Santa Barbara, CA
Ballpark: Laguna Park (Santa Barbara, CA), Laguna Park (Santa Barbara, CA) and Laguna Park (Santa Barbara, CA)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1947 / 1949

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Reg Clarkson*23269929420.293.37437
2Louis Damman*20873471011836.291.412143
3Bob Duretto*203212641313.325.43755
4Al Endriss1910171000.059.0591
5George Fisher*19337118010.254.28220
6James Giorvas21296812002.176.26518
7Chet Kehn26418732811.368.51745
8Robert Kellogg*251124151292727.311.436181
9Sam Latino22264613210.283.37017
10Ronnie Lee1910152100.133.2003
11Jack Lillis1959206471202.228.31665
12Vic Marasco193111731304.265.39346
13Frances Meagher25317116300.225.26819
14Fred Monge241174901312241.267.335164
15Jack Nixon20100311671034.215.30595
16Walter Olsen24379726512.268.40239
17James Peccia23124511211.244.40018
18Charles Russell221053951101111.278.319126
19Benjamin Stansky2297331891021.269.320106
20Gus Stathos213011435311.307.37743
21Frank Stewart18429018410.200.26724
22Donald Strong20319833310.337.38838
23Daniel Stupur1924342000.059.0592
24Andrew Vidinha19286616100.242.25817
25Arnold Wallis*201274771372331.287.354169
26Dick Williams199738512929216.335.545210
26 Players21.4
* - 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
1George Fisher19610.3754.4623121.01408160521.58710.43.9
2Alton Gilbert1925.2865.02852.0653629221.67311.23.8
3Chet Kehn26107.5885.3223115.01269068731.7309.95.7
4Sam Latino2288.5005.2826121.01319271851.7859.76.3
5Ronnie Lee*1932.6002.34950.0411413201.2207.43.6
6Frances Meagher251811.6213.0831222.0208106761081.4238.44.4
7Walter Olsen24179.6542.1629238.017982571121.2236.84.2
8Stuart Reynolds2215Stats for 2 teams
9Frank Stewart1813.2504.692571.0765237361.5779.64.6
10Daniel Stupur1955.5002.6324123.01016936811.4807.45.9
10 Players21.8
* - 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
Reg Clarkson23L5' 10.0"1601925
Louis Damman20LL5' 8.0"1551928
Bob Duretto20LR5' 9.0"170Sep 17, 1927Los Angeles, CA, US
Al Endriss19R6' 2.0"1901929
George Fisher19LR6' 1.0"1751929
Alton Gilbert19RR6' 2.0"185Aug 24, 1928Woodsboro, MD, US
James Giorvas21R5' 9.0"1601927
Chet Kehn26RR5' 11.0"168Oct 30, 1921San Diego, CA, US
Robert Kellogg25L5' 11.0"175Dec 29, 1922
Sam Latino22RR5' 7.0"180Dec 19, 1925Sacramento, CA, US
Ronnie Lee19RL6' 0.0"1901929
Jack Lillis19RR5' 10.0"155Nov 6, 1928Pasadena, CA, US
Raymond Loebbing22RR6' 1.0"165Aug 25, 1925San Francisco, CA, US
Vic Marasco19R5' 8.0"175Nov 9, 1928Los Angeles, CA, US
Frances Meagher25RR6' 0.0"181Sep 7, 1922
Fred Monge24RR5' 11.0"162Jun 6, 1924Wilmington, CA, US
Jack Nixon20R6' 0.0"1901928
Walter Olsen24RR6' 0.0"170Aug 6, 1923San Francisco, CA, US
James Peccia23R5' 10.0"175Jan 21, 1925Portland, OR, US
Stuart Reynolds22RR6' 1.0"2101926
Charles Russell22R6' 1.0"152Jan 16, 1926Los Angeles, CA, US
Benjamin Stansky22R5' 9.0"170Apr 10, 1926
Gus Stathos21RR6' 1.0"180Mar 16, 1927Sacramento, CA, US
Frank Stewart18RR6' 1.0"190Sep 10, 1929Minneapolis, MN, US
Donald Strong20RR5' 8.0"160Dec 23, 1927Hollywood, CA, US
Daniel Stupur19RR6' 3.0"1901929
Andrew Vidinha19R5' 7.0"1501929
Arnold Wallis20L6' 0.0"1751928
Dick Williams19RR6' 0.0"190May 7, 1929St. Louis, MO, US

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