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1949 Pawtucket Slaters

1949 > Class B > 1949 New England League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: Boston Braves-NL
Manager: Fred Dorman and Earl Browne
Represented: Pawtucket, RI
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1948

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Ralph Albers*19347614120.184.25019
2John Allen24164010100.250.27511
3Howard Anderson23296016210.267.33320
4Bob Barbeau234215731620.197.26141
5Richard Carmichael*1813304000.133.1334
6Cliff Collins20983821182828.309.455174
7George Crowe*28123466165291112.354.541252
8Oran Davis*2410944814324910.319.480215
9John Fetzer2329327400.219.34411
10Raymond Fletcher241064081111844.272.365149
11Robert Heavern231053701051152.284.357132
12James Keller26207426401.351.44633
13Richard Keohane22288219100.232.24420
14Steve Kuczek243011227220.241.29533
15Edward Lenthe2010154000.267.2674
16Don Liddle*2416368000.222.2228
17Alfonso Luciano208532668321.209.23978
18Harry MacPherson2218383000.079.0793
19Harry Miller*2111348021.235.44115
20Robert Montag*26124454192361821.423.720327
21Hardie Nettles243613937330.266.33146
22William Norwood2135308010.267.33310
23Norm Ozark22309927320.273.34334
24Joe Reardon2115338202.242.48516
25Harold Sargent2710235100.217.2616
26Louis Tufano2141158521153.329.51982
26 Players23.4
* - 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
1Ralph Albers*19146.7002.7833204.01808863981.3637.94.3
2Howard Anderson23117.6114.0728166.01969975801.66310.64.3
3Richard Carmichael1881.8893.461391.0833735401.3528.24.0
4John Fetzer2357.4174.501892.01036046561.72810.15.5
5Edward Lenthe2052.7142.291051.0381513241.2166.74.2
6Don Liddle*24112.8461.8016105.0843021491.2677.24.2
7Harry MacPherson22801.0002.181795.0662723481.2006.34.5
8William Norwood2194.6923.403582.0834131371.4639.14.1
9Joe Reardon2184.6674.941582.0834745381.4769.14.2
10Harold Sargent2714.2003.931055.0573624361.6919.35.9
10 Players21.5
* - 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
Ralph Albers19LL6' 2.0"165Aug 30, 1929
John Allen24R5' 11.0"1801925
Howard Anderson23RR6' 2.0"200Mar 30, 1926Nashua, NH, US
Bob Barbeau23R6' 0.0"170Nov 21, 1925
Richard Carmichael18LR5' 11.0"175Apr 14, 1931Monticello, ME, US
Cliff Collins20RR6' 4.0"210Dec 29, 1928Hollywood, CA, US
George Crowe28LL6' 2.0"210Mar 22, 1921Whiteland, IN, US
Oran Davis24LR6' 0.0"185Apr 22, 1925Alice, TX, US
John Fetzer23RR5' 11.0"178Feb 7, 1926Shreveport, LA, US
Raymond Fletcher24RR5' 10.0"185Jan 17, 1925New York City, NY, US
Robert Heavern23R5' 11.0"1751926
James Keller26RR6' 4.0"205Jun 2, 1923Little Rock, AR, US
Richard Keohane22R5' 11.0"1701927
Steve Kuczek24RR6' 0.0"160Dec 28, 1924Amsterdam, NY, US
Edward Lenthe20RR6' 3.0"180Aug 10, 1928Union City, NJ, US
Don Liddle24LL5' 10.0"165May 25, 1925Mount Carmel, IL, US
Alfonso Luciano20RR5' 11.0"165Jun 7, 1929Boston, MA, US
Harry MacPherson22RR5' 10.0"150Jul 10, 1926North Andover, MA, US
Harry Miller21L5' 9.0"1701928
Robert Montag26LL5' 11.0"185Jan 21, 1923Cincinnati, OH, US
Hardie Nettles24R6' 0.0"1801925
William Norwood21RR6' 1.0"180Jul 11, 1927Southport, IN, US
Norm Ozark22R6' 1.0"180Feb 12, 1927
Joe Pullano30R6' 0.0"1901919
Joe Reardon21RR5' 10.0"170Nov 23, 1927Boston, MA, US
Harold Sargent27RR5' 11.0"1601922
Louis Tufano21RR5' 11.0"188Nov 26, 1927Ozone Park, NY, US

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