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1950 Eau Claire Bears

1950 > Class C > 1950 Northern League
Overall: 73-53
Scored 809 runs, Allowed 667 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 74-52

Affiliation: Boston Braves-NL
Manager: Andy Cohen
Represented: Eau Claire, WI
Ballpark: Carson Park (Eau Claire, WI), Carson Park (Eau Claire, WI) and Carson Park (Eau Claire, WI)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1949 / 1951

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Fredrick Ballantine?26268927310.303.36032
2Raymond Bortz2096332921235.277.377125
3Andrew Bratkowitz2115355000.143.1435
4Bill Bruton*2412854515725135.288.409223
5Richard Carmichael*1916329200.281.34411
6William Casey1981266751248.282.447119
7Gilbert Dailey2131507110.140.20010
8Alfred Facchini1910341298912.238.279115
9Percy Hough*20621996015311.302.573114
10Paul Johnston*2328468000.174.1748
11John Karpinski2212751714424310.279.395204
12Karol Kwak*2010837511122319.296.523196
13Hal Luddy*204210126700.257.32733
14George Patterson221264991411535.283.355177
15Del Russell23278112010.148.17314
16Lynn Southworth231171000.143.1431
17Earl Sprague2110193100.158.2114
18Joseph Stopa2185307846710.274.436134
19Bob Trowbridge2036725010.069.0977
20Harry Warner*2111242412120712.285.450191
21Roy White2214264100.154.1925
22Harry Whitney2219489000.188.1889
22 Players21.21285203445880911971784787708138699807.269.368.388.756173046
* - 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
1Andrew Bratkowitz2193.7504.651489.08054463611.5848.10.36.2
2Richard Carmichael1983.7272.541185.07637245481.4598.00.55.1
3Gilbert Dailey2179.4384.8730146.0168112793731.65110.40.24.5
4Paul Johnston2393.7503.6226117.010753473701.5138.20.25.4
5Hal Luddy*2057.4173.7822131.012266555821.5578.40.35.6
6Lynn Southworth2311
7Bob Trowbridge20168.6672.973618203.01619067111321.4437.10.55.9
8Roy White2253.6253.881472.05137311641.5976.40.18.0
9Harry Whitney2284.6673.4619112.010952435661.5628.80.45.3
9 Players21.07353.579128128667
* - 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
Fredrick Ballantine26May 13, 1924Chicago, IL, US
Raymond Bortz20RR6' 0.0"160Oct 12, 1929Quakertown, PA, US
Andrew Bratkowitz21RR5' 11.0"175Jan 25, 1929Cleveland, OH, US
Bill Bruton24LR6' 0.0"169Nov 9, 1925Panola, AL, US
Richard Carmichael19LR5' 11.0"175Apr 14, 1931Monticello, ME, US
William Casey19RR6' 1.0"195Jul 14, 1930Parkin, AR, US
Gilbert Dailey21RR6' 3.0"210Mar 7, 1929Moosup, CT, US
Alfred Facchini19RR6' 0.0"176Mar 12, 1931San Francisco, CA, US
Frank Followell17LL6' 1.0"200Oct 10, 1932Los Angeles, CA, US
Percy Hough20LR6' 1.0"185Jul 17, 1929Wadesboro, NC, US
Paul Johnston23LR6' 0.0"175Jun 27, 1927Salem, VA, US
John Karpinski22RR5' 9.0"1801928
Arthur Kenyon18LL5' 11.0"165Nov 6, 1931Dubuque, IA, US
Karol Kwak20LL5' 10.0"160Jan 27, 1930Chicago, IL, US
Hal Luddy20LL5' 11.0"165Jul 2, 1929Brockton, MA, US
George Patterson22RR5' 10.0"175Apr 9, 1928Wellesley Hills, MA, US
Del Russell23R6' 1.0"185Aug 11, 1926Washington, IN, US
Lynn Southworth23RR5' 10.0"1951927
Earl Sprague21R6' 2.0"1701929
Joseph Stopa21RR5' 9.0"155May 2, 1929Chicago, IL, US
Bob Trowbridge20RR6' 1.0"180Jun 27, 1930Hudson, NY, US
Harry Warner21LR6' 2.0"195Dec 11, 1928Reeders, PA, US
Roy White22RR5' 7.0"1421928
Harry Whitney22RR6' 1.0"1651928

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