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1949 Binghamton Triplets

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

Affiliation: New York Yankees-AL
Manager: George Selkirk
Represented: Binghamton, NY
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1948 / 1950

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Loren Babe*211023751031153.275.355133
2Richard Baker3028507110.140.20010
3Ken Braun22120427102810.239.262112
4Arthur Dyck2538336000.182.1826
5Jim Dyck27206719103.284.43329
6Hank Foiles2064209651035.311.45996
7Whitey Ford*2027586100.103.1217
8Vic Fucci*233614041311.293.35049
9Charlie Glunt2910387120.184.31612
10Tom Gorman2426529100.173.19210
11Norm Grabar*2212456110.133.2009
12Jim Greengrass21103364961947.264.396144
13Norman Jaeger*27953541011675.285.412146
14Bob Landeck24305312300.226.28315
15David Latter2620488300.167.22911
16John Mackinson2524426100.143.1677
17Bob Marquis*241063981001955.251.362144
18Vic Mastro244214838412.257.33850
19Donald Maxa23227918211.228.31625
20James McCarnes*2411297010.241.3109
21Malcolm Mick*26288016010.200.22518
22Richard Mitchell2112222100.091.1363
23Len Noren21259722511.227.33032
24Bob O'Neal*2481243621230.255.32980
25Bill Rodgers*26913431011601.294.350120
26William Rose2627273000.111.1113
27Art Schult21963668815810.240.407149
28Frank Verdi239531479542.252.31298
28 Players23.3
* - 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
1Richard Baker?3046.4003.8417775.0674232321.3208.03.8
2Arthur Dyck*2543.5713.8639291.01025039551.72510.15.4
3Whitey Ford*20165.7621.612619168.01183830541.0246.32.9
4Tom Gorman24128.6002.602521159.01456246581.2778.23.3
5Bob Landeck24106.6253.102621148.01557251411.3249.42.5
6David Latter2668.4294.141616124.01237657721.5738.95.2
7John Mackinson2597.5634.571919132.01027867991.5237.06.8
8Richard Mitchell2127.2225.18121266.0794938311.66710.84.2
9William Rose2625.2865.485587.01086253441.74711.24.6
10Joe Valenzuela2515.1672.356646.045221271.1308.81.4
10 Players24.2
* - 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
Loren Babe21LR5' 10.0"180Jan 11, 1928Pisgah, IA, US
Richard Baker30R6' 0.0"1701919
Ken Braun22R5' 9.0"160Sep 7, 1926Louisville, KY, US
Arthur Dyck25RL6' 5.0"2051924
Jim Dyck27RR6' 2.0"200Feb 3, 1922Omaha, NE, US
Hank Foiles20RR6' 0.0"195Jun 10, 1929Richmond, VA, US
Whitey Ford20LL5' 10.0"178Oct 21, 1928New York, NY, US
Vic Fucci23LL5' 11.0"175Sep 30, 1925Newark, NJ, US
Charlie Glunt29RR5' 9.0"160Jul 4, 1919Toledo, OH, US
Tom Gorman24RR6' 1.0"190Jan 4, 1925New York, NY, US
Norm Grabar22LL6' 1.0"185Jul 22, 1926Richmond, CA, US
Jim Greengrass21RR6' 1.0"200Oct 24, 1927Addison, NY, US
Norman Jaeger27L5' 11.0"1851922Bellmore, NY, US
Bob Landeck24RR6' 0.0"195May 17, 1925Blue Island, IL, US
David Latter26RR6' 4.0"2151923
John Mackinson25RR5' 10.0"160Oct 29, 1923Orange, NJ, US
Bob Marquis24LL6' 1.0"170Dec 23, 1924Oklahoma City, OK, US
Vic Mastro24R6' 0.0"195Mar 9, 1925Los Angeles, CA, US
Donald Maxa23R5' 10.0"1701926
James McCarnes24L5' 10.0"1751925
Malcolm Mick26L5' 10.0"155Feb 28, 1923
Richard Mitchell21RR6' 0.0"1801928
Len Noren21RR6' 1.0"200Aug 6, 1927Santa Cruz, CA, US
Bob O'Neal24L6' 0.0"2041925Cutler, IL, US
Bill Rodgers26LL6' 0.0"162Dec 5, 1922Harrisburg, PA, US
William Rose26RR5' 11.0"1901923
Art Schult21RR6' 3.0"210Jun 20, 1928Brooklyn, NY, US
Joe Valenzuela25RR5' 9.0"1901924Tucson, AZ, US
Frank Verdi23RR5' 10.0"170Jun 2, 1926Brooklyn, NY, US

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