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1949 Atlanta Crackers

1949 > Class AA > 1949 Southern Association
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Cliff Dapper
Represented: Atlanta, GA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1948 / 1950

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Jim Bagby32387719201.247.31224
2Norm Brown#30358319410.229.30125
3Ralph Brown*281526161923668.312.429264
4Troyce Cofer*2912357100.200.2298
5Cliff Dapper29115353992246.280.416147
6Larry Drake*28309625204.260.40639
7Art Fowler2642339100.273.30310
8Gary Gearhart25147531154271014.290.458243
9Chet Hajduk301355301512162.285.358190
10Eli Hodkey*31254611001.239.30414
11Dick Hoover*23347217400.236.29221
12Johnny Jensen32246912100.174.18813
13Bill Kennedy*30345311001.208.26414
14Carl Lindquist3026577000.123.1237
15Pierce McWhorter2039120132950080.242.28334
16Lucius Morgan*2496391981673.251.350137
17Minor Scott*23227213300.181.22216
18Jack Taylor21285316500.302.39621
19Gene Verble21132449111860.247.292131
20Davey Williams211385131492172.290.370190
21Norman Wilson2513362000.056.0562
22Charles Woddail291093461031530.298.358124
22 Players26.0
* - 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
1Jim Bagby321014.4173.8930178.02129877571.51110.72.9
2Norm Brown301111.5004.2335202.021712095901.5209.74.0
3Art Fowler2676.5383.98423113.01205950551.5499.64.4
4Eli Hodkey*3178.4673.8524124.01397453661.65310.14.8
5Dick Hoover*231111.5003.9734195.022111186521.40010.22.4
6Bill Kennedy*30811.4213.9427162.01648571391.2539.12.2
7Joe Kirkland*250011.0011.0000.09.0
8Carl Lindquist30109.5263.2826181.01668466521.2048.32.6
9Leo Murray*2700inf10.004
10Jack Taylor21712.3683.1228153.01516853591.3738.93.5
10 Players27.6
* - 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
Jim Bagby32RR6' 2.0"170Sep 8, 1916Cleveland, OH, US
Norm Brown30SR6' 3.0"180Feb 1, 1919Evergreen, NC, US
Ralph Brown28LL6' 0.0"170Jun 1, 1921Lafayette, GA, US
Troyce Cofer29L5' 11.0"152May 22, 1920Norcross, GA, US
Cliff Dapper29RR6' 2.0"190Jan 2, 1920Los Angeles, CA, US
Larry Drake28LR6' 1.0"195May 4, 1921McKinney, TX, US
Babe Ellis30L6' 1.0"1601919
Al Flair32LL6' 4.0"195Jul 24, 1916New Orleans, LA, US
Angel Fleitas34RR5' 9.0"160Nov 10, 1914Los Abreus, CU
Art Fowler26RR5' 11.0"180Jul 3, 1922Converse, SC, US
Gary Gearhart25RL5' 11.0"180Aug 10, 1923New Lebanon, OH, US
Chet Hajduk30RR6' 0.0"195Jul 21, 1918Chicago, IL, US
Eli Hodkey31LL6' 4.0"185Nov 3, 1917Lorain, OH, US
Dick Hoover23LL6' 0.0"170Dec 11, 1925Columbus, OH, US
Johnny Jensen32RR6' 2.0"198Mar 2, 1917San Diego, CA, US
Bill Kennedy30LL6' 1.0"175Dec 22, 1918Alexandria, VA, US
Joe Kirkland25LL6' 0.0"1601924Newville, AL, US
Carl Lindquist30RR6' 2.0"185May 9, 1919Morris Run, PA, US
Pierce McWhorter20RR6' 0.0"190Jul 7, 1928Atlanta, GA, US
Lucius Morgan24LR5' 10.0"155Feb 13, 1925Dearing, GA, US
Leo Murray27LL6' 2.0"1981922
Minor Scott23LR5' 8.0"160Dec 11, 1925Wichita, KS, US
Jack Taylor21RR6' 2.0"180Oct 7, 1927Landis, NC, US
Gene Verble21RR5' 10.0"163Jun 29, 1928Concord, NC, US
Davey Williams21RR5' 10.0"160Nov 2, 1927Dallas, TX, US
Norman Wilson25R5' 9.0"1851924
Charles Woddail29R6' 0.0"1901920

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