1996 Detroit Tigers season

The 1996 Detroit Tigers had a record of 53–109 for what was, at the time, the most losses (109) and worst winning percentage (.327) in team history -- both of which since been surpassed twice by the 2003 and 2019 teams.

1996 Detroit Tigers
Major League affiliations
Location
Other information
Owner(s)Mike Ilitch
General manager(s)Randy Smith
Manager(s)Buddy Bell
Local televisionWKBD
(George Kell, Al Kaline)
PASS
(Ernie Harwell, Fred McLeod, Jim Price)
Local radioWJR
(Frank Beckmann, Lary Sorensen)
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With a number of capable batters (Cecil Fielder, Tony Clark, Bobby Higginson, Alan Trammell, Rubén Sierra, and Damion Easley), the team scored a respectable 783 runs. However, the 1996 Tigers lacked pitching, allowing their opponents to score 1,103 runs and posting a team ERA of 6.38. No team in American League history and only one in major league history (the 1930 Philadelphia Phillies) has given up more runs. No pitcher on the team had more than 7 wins. Of the 109 games the Tigers lost, 58 were by four or more runs, a record for the number of games lost by such a margin.[1] The Tigers made more unwanted history when they were swept 12–0 by the Cleveland Indians in the regular season series, losing all twelve games played while being outscored, 79–28. The 1996 Tigers did not have a winning record against any AL opponent.

Regular seasonEdit

Opening Day rosterEdit

Season standingsEdit

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 92 70 0.568 49–31 43–39
Baltimore Orioles 88 74 0.543 4 43–38 45–36
Boston Red Sox 85 77 0.525 7 47–34 38–43
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 18 35–46 39–42
Detroit Tigers 53 109 0.327 39 27–54 26–55

Record vs. opponentsEdit


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CAL CWS CLE DET KC MIL MIN NYY OAK SEA TEX TOR
Baltimore 7–6 6–6 4–8 5–7 11–2 9–3 9–3 7–5 3–10 9–4 7–5 3–10–1 8–5
Boston 6–7 8–4 6–6 1–11 12–1 3–9 7–5 6–6 7–6 8–5 7–6 6–6 8–5
California 6–6 4–8 6–6 4–9 6–6 4–8 7–5 4–8 7–6 6–7 5–8 4–9 7–5
Chicago 8–4 6–6 6–6 5–8 10–3 7–6 6–7 6–7 6–7 5–7 5–7 8–4 7–5
Cleveland 7–5 11–1 9–4 8–5 12–0 7–6 7–6 10–3 3–9 6–6 8–4 4–8 7–5
Detroit 2–11 1–12 6–6 3–10 0–12 6–6 4–8 6–6 5–8 4–8 6–6 4–9 6–7
Kansas City 3–9 9–3 8–4 6–7 6–7 6–6 4–9 6–7 4–8 5–7 7–5 6–6 5–8
Milwaukee 3–9 5–7 5–7 7–6 6–7 8–4 9–4 9–4 6–6 7–5 4–9 6–7 5–7
Minnesota 5–7 6–6 8–4 7–6 3–10 6–6 7–6 4–9 5–7 6–7 6–6 7–5 8–5
New York 10–3 6–7 6–7 7–6 9–3 8–5 8–4 6–6 7–5 9–3 3–9 5–7 8–5
Oakland 4–9 5–8 7–6 7–5 6–6 8–4 7–5 5–7 7–6 3–9 8–5 7–6 4–8
Seattle 5–7 6–7 8–5 7–5 4–8 6–6 5–7 9–4 6–6 9–3 5–8 10–3 5–7
Texas 10–3–1 6–6 9–4 4–8 8–4 9–4 6–6 7–6 5–7 7–5 6–7 3–10 10–2
Toronto 5–8 5–8 5–7 5–7 5–7 7–6 8–5 7–5 5–8 5–8 8–4 7–5 2–10


Game logEdit

1996 Game Log: 53–109 (Home: 27–54; Away: 26–55)
April: 9–18 (Home: 5–6; Away: 4–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 1 @ Twins 6–8 Radke Lira (0–1) Stevens 30,185 0–1
2 April 2 @ Twins 10–6 Sodowsky (1–0) Robertson 20,164 1–1
3 April 3 @ Twins 7–16 Mahomes Aldred (0–1) 12,256 1–2
4 April 4 @ Athletics 10–9 (15) Keagle (1–0) Small 8,346 2–2
5 April 5 @ Athletics 2–13 Johns Gohr (0–1) 11,149 2–3
6 April 6 @ Athletics 6–1 Lira (1–1) Reyes 10,424 3–3
7 April 7 @ Athletics 6–7 Corsi Williams (0–1) 9,723 3–4
8 April 9 Mariners 10–9 Keagle (2–0) Menhart Williams (1) 42,932 4–4
9 April 10 Mariners 7–3 Olivares (1–0) Hurtado 9,299 5–4
10 April 11 Mariners 1–9 Johnson Gohr (0–2) 12,272 5–5
11 April 12 Angels 4–5 Finley Lira (1–2) Percival 9,921 5–6
12 April 13 Angels 9–5 Keagle (3–0) Sanderson 11,719 6–6
13 April 14 Angels 5–4 Lewis (1–0) James 12,009 7–6
14 April 15 @ Blue Jays 2–8 Guzman Olivares (1–1) 26,127 7–7
15 April 16 @ Blue Jays 13–8 Gohr (1–2) Hanson Lewis (1) 25,503 8–7
16 April 17 @ Mariners 3–8 Jackson Veres (0–1) 18,008 8–8
17 April 18 @ Mariners 3–11 Bosio Sodowsky (1–1) Hurtado 17,536 8–9
18 April 19 @ Angels 3–4 Langston Myers (0–1) 32,693 8–10
19 April 20 @ Angels 1–2 Grimsley Keagle (3–1) Percival 25,685 8–11
20 April 21 @ Angels 5–6 Eichhorn Lewis (1–1) Percival 36,733 8–12
21 April 22 @ Angels 5–6 James Christopher (0–1) Percival 17,039 8–13
22 April 24 Twins 11–24 Bennett Veres (0–2) 12,189 8–14
23 April 25 Twins 1–11 Hawkins Aldred (0–2) Hansell 11,804 8–15
24 April 26 Athletics 14–5 Christopher (1–1) Johns 7,941 9–15
25 April 27 Athletics 1–4 Reyes Lira (1–3) Taylor 13,067 9–16
26 April 28 Athletics 3–6 Wojciechowski Gohr (1–3) Taylor 8,907 9–17
27 April 30 @ Red Sox 4–13 Wakefield Lima (0–1) 18,504 9–18
May: 4–23 (Home: 1–11; Away: 3–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
28 May 1 @ Red Sox 1–5 Clemens Aldred (0–3) 20,828 9–19
29 May 2 Rangers 5–2 Lira (2–3) Witt Williams (2) 7,416 10–19
30 May 3 Rangers 0–11 Hill Keagle (3–2) 9,079 10–20
31 May 4 Rangers 1–3 Pavlik Gohr (1–4) 10,734 10–21
32 May 5 Rangers 2–3 Gross Lima (0–2) Henneman 12,337 10–22
33 May 6 @ Yankees 5–10 Wickman Myers (0–2) 12,838 10–23
34 May 7 @ Yankees 5–12 Mecir Lewis (1–2) Nelson 12,760 10–24
35 May 8 @ Yankees 3–10 Gooden Keagle (3–3) 18,729 10–25
36 May 9 @ Yankees 4–2 Gohr (2–4) Key Myers (1) 13,098 11–25
37 May 10 @ Rangers 2–6 Pavlik Lima (0–3) Henneman 31,426 11–26
38 May 11 @ Rangers 7–11 Gross Aldred (0–4) 42,732 11–27
39 May 12 @ Rangers 5–3 Lira (3–3) Oliver Myers (2) 35,677 12–27
40 May 14 @ Indians 1–5 Nagy Gohr (2–5) 40,765 12–28
41 May 15 @ Indians 2–5 Martinez Lima (0–4) Mesa 42,259 12–29
42 May 16 @ Indians 3–8 McDowell Williams (0–2) 42,330 12–30
43 May 17 White Sox 6–11 (10) Hernandez Lewis (1–3) 12,094 12–31
44 May 18 White Sox 4–16 McCaskill Farrell (0–1) Simas 21,673 12–32
45 May 19 White Sox 3–14 Alvarez Gohr (2–6) 9,709 12–33
46 May 21 Royals 1–7 Linton Williams (0–3) Valera 24,372 12–34
47 May 22 Royals 4–6 Belcher Farrell (0–2) Montgomery 12,890 12–35
48 May 24 Indians 3–6 Plunk Veres (0–3) Mesa 26,967 12–36
49 May 25 Indians 6–7 Nagy Lewis (1–4) Mesa 41,527 12–37
50 May 26 Indians 0–5 Martinez Williams (0–4) 39,056 12–38
51 May 27 @ Royals 4–5 (13) Montgomery Veres (0–4) 19,776 12–39
52 May 29 @ Royals 5–4 Gohr (3–6) Appier Walker (1) 13,712 13–39
53 May 30 @ White Sox 2–8 Alvarez Olivares (1–2) 17,339 13–40
54 May 31 @ White Sox 0–9 Tapani Lira (3–4) 16,983 13–41
June: 10–17 (Home: 6–7; Away: 4–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
55 June 2 @ White Sox 2–4 Baldwin Thompson (0–1) Hernandez 13–42
56 June 2 @ White Sox 5–13 McCaskill Keagle (3–4) 26,125 13–43
57 June 4 @ Orioles 7–10 Mussina Gohr (3–7) Myers 43,727 13–44
58 June 5 @ Orioles 4–6 Rhodes Myers (0–3) Myers 43,087 13–45
59 June 6 @ Orioles 6–13 Krivda Lira (3–5) 46,269 13–46
60 June 7 Yankees 6–5 Lewis (2–4) Nelson 16,350 14–46
61 June 8 Yankees 9–7 Olson (1–0) Rogers Lewis (2) 20,173 15–46
62 June 9 Yankees 2–3 Gooden Gohr (3–8) Wetteland 16,588 15–47
63 June 10 Orioles 8–3 Olivares (2–2) Wells 10,655 16–47
64 June 11 Orioles 9–12 Coppinger Lira (3–6) 10,874 16–48
65 June 12 Orioles 7–10 Rhodes Lewis (2–5) Myers 12,043 16–49
66 June 14 @ Twins 5–4 Gohr (4–8) Robertson Olson (1) 22,831 17–49
67 June 15 @ Twins 6–4 Olivares (3–2) Rodriguez Olson (2) 17,099 18–49
68 June 16 @ Twins 1–4 Aguilera Lira (3–7) Hansell 20,641 18–50
69 June 17 Athletics 4–8 (10) Corsi Myers (0–4) 9,231 18–51
70 June 18 Athletics 5–8 Van Poppel Urbani (0–1) Taylor 8,543 18–52
71 June 19 Athletics 3–10 Wasdin Keagle (3–5) 9,875 18–53
72 June 20 Twins 3–7 Rodriguez Olivares (3–3) 8,310 18–54
73 June 21 Twins 2–0 Lira (4–7) Aguilera 13,127 19–54
74 June 22 Twins 6–0 Williams (1–4) Aldred 14,506 20–54
75 June 23 Twins 10–8 Urbani (1–1) Radke 13,994 21–54
76 June 24 @ Athletics 2–4 Wasdin Sodowsky (1–2) Taylor 10,122 21–55
77 June 25 @ Athletics 10–8 Olivares (4–3) Wengert Olson (3) 9,652 22–55
78 June 27 @ Red Sox 9–6 Lira (5–7) Minchey 29,582 23–55
79 June 28 @ Red Sox 5–8 Wakefield Williams (1–5) 27,578 23–56
80 June 29 @ Red Sox 6–13 Eshelman Keagle (3–6) 33,509 23–57
81 June 30 @ Red Sox 4–9 Gordon Sodowsky (1–3) 31,217 23–58
July: 12–14 (Home: 6–7; Away: 6–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
82 July 1 Brewers 0–2 Sparks Olivares (4–4) Fetters 10,727 23–59
83 July 2 Brewers 1–2 (11) Garcia Sager (0–1) Fetters 9,455 23–60
84 July 3 Brewers 8–5 Williams (2–5) D'Amico 11,047 24–60
85 July 4 Blue Jays 6–1 Nitkowski (1–0) Janzen Myers (6) 10,557 25–60
86 July 5 Blue Jays 4–3 Sager (1–1) Hanson Olson (4) 20,808 26–60
87 July 6 Blue Jays 0–15 Hentgen Olivares (4–5) 16,228 26–61
88 July 7 Blue Jays 9–0 Lira (6–7) Ware 15,784 27–61
89 July 11 Red Sox 4–11 Clemens Williams (2–6) 15,826 27–62
90 July 12 Red Sox 3–11 Gordon Olivares (4–6) 19,535 27–63
91 July 13 Red Sox 5–10 Sele Nitkowski (1–1) 16,671 27–64
92 July 14 Red Sox 4–6 Moyer Lira (6–8) Slocumb 19,670 27–65
93 July 15 @ Brewers 10–9 Sager (2–1) Bones Olson (5) 15,819 28–65
94 July 16 @ Brewers 7–20 D'Amico Williams (2–7) 12,476 28–66
95 July 17 @ Brewers 2–3 (10) Fetters Urbani (1–2) 21,121 28–67
96 July 18 @ Blue Jays 4–8 Hentgen Nitkowski (1–2) 31,202 28–68
97 July 19 @ Blue Jays 8–6 Urbani (2–2) Janzen Olson (6) 30,123 29–68
98 July 20 @ Blue Jays 5–4 (10) Olson (2–0) Quantrill Lima (1) 36,220 30–68
99 July 21 @ Blue Jays 4–5 (12) Spoljaric Lima (0–5) 33,238 30–69
100 July 22 @ Angels 0–1 Finley Olivares (4–7) Percival 16,336 30–70
101 July 23 @ Angels 8–3 Lima (1–5) James 16,432 31–70
102 July 25 @ Mariners 7–4 (10) Lima (2–5) Ayala 19,949 32–70
103 July 26 @ Mariners 4–6 Hitchcock Sager (2–2) Jackson 25,175 32–71
104 July 27 @ Mariners 7–13 Davis Williams (2–8) 43,209 32–72
105 July 28 @ Mariners 14–6 Olivares (5–7) Bosio 38,204 33–72
106 July 30 Angels 12–9 Nitkowski (2–2) Grimsley 11,641 34–72
107 July 31 Angels 10–5 Lima (3–5) Holtz 9,740 35–72
August: 14–15 (Home: 9–7; Away: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 1 Angels 13–5 Williams (3–8) Boskie 14,591 36–72
109 August 2 Mariners 8–2 Olivares (6–7) Wagner 23,405 37–72
110 August 3 Mariners 6–3 Olson (3–0) Charlton 25,928 38–72
111 August 4 Mariners 3–9 Wolcott Nitkowski (2–3) 23,569 38–73
112 August 6 Rangers 2–4 Hill Lira (6–9) Henneman 10,931 38–74
113 August 7 Rangers 4–2 Cummings (1–0) Pavlik Myers (7) 10,297 39–74
114 August 8 Rangers 3–2 Olivares (7–7) Heredia 10,995 40–74
115 August 9 @ Yankees 5–3 Cummings (2–0) Pettitte Myers (8) 23,439 41–74
116 August 10 @ Yankees 13–7 Lewis (3–5) Key 28,863 42–74
117 August 11 @ Yankees 0–12 Rogers Lira (6–10) 33,517 42–75
118 August 12 @ Rangers 0–7 Hill Williams (3–9) 25,210 42–76
119 August 13 @ Rangers 2–6 Pavlik Olivares (7–8) 31,331 42–77
120 August 14 @ Rangers 4–5 Witt Van Poppel (0–1) Henneman 33,942 42–78
121 August 16 @ Indians 1–3 (12) Assenmacher Lewis (3–6) 42,485 42–79
122 August 17 @ Indians 3–6 Hershiser Thompson (0–2) Mesa 42,511 42–80
123 August 18 @ Indians 3–11 Ogea Williams (3–10) 42,337 42–81
124 August 19 White Sox 7–12 Simas Lima (3–6) 14,690 42–82
125 August 20 White Sox 16–11 Lewis (4–6) Tapani 12,119 43–82
126 August 21 White Sox 7–4 Lima (4–6) Simas Olson (7) 13,424 44–82
127 August 22 @ Royals 10–3 Thompson (1–2) Belcher 14,699 45–82
128 August 23 @ Royals 3–2 Sager (3–2) Appier Olson (8) 15,603 46–82
129 August 24 @ Royals 2–9 Rosado Olivares (7–9) 28,011 46–83
130 August 25 @ Royals 7–4 Van Poppel (1–1) Linton Myers (9) 15,123 47–83
131 August 26 Indians 1–2 Nagy Lira (6–11) 22,349 47–84
132 August 27 Indians 2–12 Lopez Thompson (1–3) 19,602 47–85
133 August 28 Indians 3–9 Hershiser Sager (3–3) 21,091 47–86
134 August 29 Royals 4–1 Eischen (1–0) Appier Lima (2) 7,882 48–86
135 August 30 Royals 4–0 Van Poppel (2–1) Rosado 16,498 49–86
136 August 31 Royals 1–3 Linton Lira (6–12) Montgomery 16,270 49–87
September: 4–22 (Home: 0–16; Away: 4–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 Royals 2–3 (13) Huisman Myers (0–5) Jacome 17,647 49–88
138 September 2 @ White Sox 8–6 Myers (1–5) Hernandez Lima (3) 19,599 50–88
139 September 3 @ White Sox 4–6 Bertotti Olivares (7–10) Hernandez 13,857 50–89
140 September 4 @ White Sox 6–11 Castillo Miller (0–1) 15,120 50–90
141 September 6 @ Orioles 5–4 (12) Cummings (3–0) Mathews 46,708 51–90
142 September 7 @ Orioles 0–6 Mussina Thompson (1–4) 47,131 51–91
143 September 8 @ Orioles 2–6 Mills Eischen (1–1) 47,082 51–92
144 September 9 @ Orioles 4–5 Erickson Olivares (7–11) Myers 42,562 51–93
145 September 10 Yankees 8–9 Rivera Sager (3–4) Wetteland 11,042 51–94
146 September 11 Yankees 3–7 Key Lira (6–13) 9,775 51–95
147 September 12 Yankees 3–12 Cone Thompson (1–5) 9,009 51–96
148 September 13 Orioles 4–7 Erickson Miller (0–2) Mills 11,178 51–97
149 September 14 Orioles 6–7 Mathews Cummings (3–1) Myers 15,386 51–98
150 September 15 Orioles 6–16 Corbin Van Poppel (2–2) 13,764 51–99
151 September 17 Red Sox 2–4 Brandenburg Lira (6–14) Slocumb 8,180 51–100
152 September 18 Red Sox 0–4 Clemens Thompson (1–6) 8,779 51–101
153 September 19 Red Sox 3–8 Gordon Miller (0–3) 7,666 51–102
154 September 20 @ Brewers 10–1 Sager (4–4) Karl 15,046 52–102
155 September 21 @ Brewers 6–13 D'Amico Van Poppel (2–3) Villone 33,106 52–103
156 September 22 @ Brewers 7–5 Lima (5–6) Fetters 15,705 53–103
157 September 23 Blue Jays 4–6 Hanson Sager (4–5) Timlin 9,678 53–104
158 September 24 Blue Jays 1–4 Hentgen Miller (0–4) Timlin 8,355 53–105
159 September 25 Blue Jays 11–13 Brow Cummings (3–2) Timlin 8,055 53–106
160 September 27 Brewers 6–7 (6) Wickman Van Poppel (2–4) 8,606 53–107
161 September 28 Brewers 2–7 Eldred Moehler (0–1) 12,939 53–108
162 September 29 Brewers 5–7 (10) Reyes Cummings (3–3) Fetters 13,038 53–109
Legend:        = Win        = Loss
Bold = Tigers team member

Detailed recordsEdit

Notable transactionsEdit

  • March 22, 1996: Melvin Nieves was traded by the San Diego Padres with Raul Casanova and Richie Lewis to the Detroit Tigers for Sean Bergman, Todd Steverson, and Cade Gaspar (minors).[2]
  • March 31, 1996: Curtis Pride was signed as a Free Agent with the Detroit Tigers.[3]
  • April 27, 1996: Joe Boever was selected off waivers by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the Detroit Tigers.[4]
  • July 31, 1996: Cecil Fielder was traded by the Detroit Tigers to the New York Yankees for Rubén Sierra and Matt Drews (minors).[5]
  • July 31, 1996: Chad Curtis was traded by the Detroit Tigers to the Los Angeles Dodgers for John Cummings and Joey Eischen.[6]
  • August 6, 1996: Todd Van Poppel was selected off waivers by the Detroit Tigers from the Oakland Athletics.

RosterEdit

1996 Detroit Tigers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player statsEdit

BattingEdit

Starters by positionEdit

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Brad Ausmus 75 226 56 .248 4 22
1B Tony Clark 100 376 94 .250 27 72
2B Mark Lewis 145 545 147 .270 11 55
3B Travis Fryman 157 616 165 .268 22 100
SS Andújar Cedeño 52 179 35 .196 7 20
LF Bobby Higginson 130 440 141 .320 26 81
CF Kimera Bartee 120 217 55 .253 1 14
RF Melvin Nieves 110 431 106 .246 24 60
DH Eddie Williams 77 215 43 .200 6 26

Other battersEdit

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Chad Curtis 104 400 105 .263 10 37
Cecil Fielder 107 391 97 .248 26 80
Curtis Pride 95 267 80 .300 10 31
Alan Trammell 66 193 45 .233 1 16
Rubén Sierra 46 158 35 .222 1 20
John Flaherty 47 152 38 .250 4 23
Chris Gomez 48 128 31 .242 1 16
Phil Nevin 38 120 35 .292 8 19
Mark Parent 38 104 25 .240 7 17
Damion Easley 21 67 23 .343 2 10

PitchingEdit

Starting pitchersEdit

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Felipe Lira 32 194.7 6 14 5.22 113
Omar Olivares 25 160 7 11 4.89 81
Greg Gohr 17 91.7 4 8 7.17 60
Justin Thompson 11 59 1 6 4.58 44
Todd Van Poppel 9 36.3 2 4 11.39 16
Scott Aldred 11 43.3 0 4 9.35 36
C. J. Nitkowski 11 45.7 2 3 8.08 36

Other pitchersEdit

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Brian Williams 40 121 3 10 6.77 72
Greg Keagle 26 87.7 3 6 7.39 70
A. J. Sager 22 79 4 5 5.01 52

Relief pitchersEdit

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Gregg Olson 43 3 0 8 5.02 29
Mike Myers 83 1 5 6 5.01 69
Richie Lewis 72 4 6 2 4.18 78
José Lima 39 5 6 3 5.70 59

League leaders and award winnersEdit

Worst seasons in Detroit Tigers historyEdit

Worst Seasons in Detroit Tigers History
Rank Year Wins Losses Win %
1 2003 43 119 .265
2 2019 47 114 .292
3 1952 50 104 .325
4 1996 53 109 .327
5 2002 55 106 .342

Farm systemEdit

Level Team League Manager
AAA Toledo Mud Hens International League Tom Runnells
AA Jacksonville Suns Southern League Bill Plummer and Larry Parrish
A Visalia Oaks California League Tim Torricelli
A Lakeland Tigers Florida State League Dave Anderson
A Fayetteville Generals South Atlantic League Dwight Lowry
A-Short Season Jamestown Jammers New York–Penn League Bruce Fields
Rookie GCL Tigers Gulf Coast League Kevin Bradshaw

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Jacksonville
Visalia affiliation shared with Arizona Diamondbacks
[7]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Team Pitching Game Finder: From 1913 to 2017, (requiring run_diff<=-4)". Baseball Reference. Retrieved August 1, 2017.
  2. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/n/nieveme01.shtml
  3. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/p/pridecu01.shtml
  4. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/b/boevejo01.shtml
  5. ^ Cecil Fielder Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  6. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/c/curtich01.shtml
  7. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball". Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997

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