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1922 Hopkinsville Hoppers

1922 > Class D > 1922 Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Art Wilson
Represented: Hopkinsville, KY
Ballpark: Mercer Park (II) (Hopkinsville, KY), Mercer Park (II) (Hopkinsville, KY) and Mercer Park (II) (Hopkinsville, KY)
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1923

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Bill Becker -- Unknown
Erv Brame 20 L R 6' 2.0" 190 Oct 12, 1901 Big Rock, TN, US
Bill Brown -- S L Unknown
Wilson Brown -- Unknown
Bullington -- Unknown
Carter -- Unknown
William Catton -- Unknown
Cvengros -- Unknown
Dorris -- Unknown
Evans -- Unknown
Finkheimer -- Unknown
Flynn -- Unknown
Kent Greenfield 19 R R 6' 1.0" 180 Jul 1, 1902 Guthrie, KY, US
Hackney -- Unknown
Harris -- Unknown
Hartley -- Unknown
Haury -- Unknown
Bill Herman -- Unknown
Hibbetts -- Unknown
Mahlon Higbee 20 R R 5' 11.0" 165 Aug 16, 1901 Louisville, KY, US
Earl Keiser -- Unknown
Joe Kelly -- Unknown
Leake -- Unknown
Leven'lo -- Unknown
Jodie Longnecker 20 R R Mar 26, 1902 Eaton, OH, US
Mike Lyons -- Unknown
Martin -- Unknown
Cliff McManus -- Unknown
Tommy Miles -- Unknown
John Moore -- Unknown
Al Reitz 18 R R 5' 9.0" 155 Feb 10, 1904 Evansville, IN, US
Richardson -- Unknown
Robertson -- Unknown
Roland -- Unknown
N.J. Sayler -- L Unknown
Shaw -- Unknown
Sheridan -- Unknown
Sherman -- Unknown
Ernie Smith -- Unknown
Franklin Tilton -- Unknown
John White -- Unknown
Goober Williams -- Unknown
Art Wilson 36 R R 5' 8.0" 170 Dec 11, 1885 Macon, IL, US
Woodson -- Unknown
Stanley Zart -- Unknown

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