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1904 Burlington River Rats

1904 > Class D > 1904 Iowa League of Professional Baseball Clubs
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: George Stovall, Bob Black and F. Sullivan
Represented: Burlington, IA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1905

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1E. Adams?--4918730.160
2Robert Alberts?--23799.114
4Spike Anderson?25124810.208
5W. Case?--174913.265
6E. Fleming?--107404107.265
7John Grogan?--7124959.237
8John Killian?--16478.170
9J. Mackenson?--7115934.214
11John Ramey?--4620465.319
12Frank Ripley?--9534274.216
13George Stovall264718756631.299.38071
14Dell Trobough?--3210824.222
15 Players25.8
* - 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 Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
E. Adams--Unknown
Robert Alberts--Unknown
Spike Anderson251879Red Wing, MN, US
Bobby Black--Unknown
W. Case--Unknown
Robert Charnier--Unknown
John Corbett--Unknown
E. Fleming--Unknown
John Grogan--Unknown
John Killian--LUnknown
Frank Lohr--Unknown
J. Mackenson--Unknown
John Ramey--Unknown
Frank Ripley--Unknown
Ed Schaeffer--Unknown
George Stovall26RR6' 2.0"180Nov 23, 1877Leeds, MO, US
Dell Trobough--Unknown
Ivor Wagner25Feb, 1879OH, US

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