1995 Detroit Tigers Roster

American League (AL)
Team Record: 60-84
Finished 4th in the AL's East Division
Attendance: 1,180,979, Avg. 16,634
Ballpark: Tiger Stadium
Manager: Sparky Anderson (60-84)
Location: Detroit, Michigan
1995 Detroit Tigers Statistics
1995 Detroit Tigers Results

The Detroit Tigers of the American League ended the 1995 season with a record of 60 wins and 84 losses, finishing fourth in the AL's East Division.

The Tigers scored 654 runs and surrendered 844 runs. Cecil Fielder walloped 31 home runs for Detroit, while Chad Curtis and Travis Fryman swatted 20 or more as well. Cecil Fielder drove in 82 runs. Travis Fryman led hitters with significant playing time by hitting .275. David Wells topped the squad with 10 wins and a team-best 3.04 ERA, tops among regularly-used pitchers.

Sparky Anderson coached the team.

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Player Pos. Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Pat AhearnePRRDecember 10, 19696'3"195San Francisco, CA USA
Danny BautistaRFRRMay 24, 19725'11"170Santo Domingo, Di D.R.
Sean BergmanPRRApril 11, 19706'4"205Joliet, IL USA
Ben BlomdahlPRRDecember 30, 19706'2"185Long Beach, CA USA
Joe BoeverPRROctober 4, 19606'1"200Kirkwood, MO USA
Brian BohanonPLLAugust 1, 19686'2"210Denton, TX USA
Mike ChristopherPRRNovember 3, 19636'5"205Petersburg, VA USA
Tony Clark1BBRJune 15, 19726'8"205Newton, KS USA
Chad CurtisCFRRNovember 6, 19685'10"175Marion, IN USA
Milt CuylerLFBROctober 7, 19685'10"175Macon, GA USA
John DohertyPRRJune 11, 19676'4"190Bronx, NY USA
Cecil Fielder1BRRSeptember 21, 19636'3"230Los Angeles, CA USA
John FlahertyCRROctober 21, 19676'1"195New York, NY USA
Scott Fletcher2BRRJuly 30, 19585'11"168Fort Walton Beach, FL USA
Travis Fryman3BRRMarch 25, 19696'1"180Lexington, KY USA
Mike GardinerPBROctober 19, 19656'0"185Sarnia, ON CAN
Kirk GibsonRFLLMay 28, 19576'3"215Pontiac, MI USA
Greg GohrPRROctober 29, 19676'3"205Santa Clara, CA USA
Chris GomezSSRRJune 16, 19716'1"183Los Angeles, CA USA
Buddy GroomPLLJuly 10, 19656'2"200Dallas, TX USA
Joe HallLFRRMarch 6, 19666'0"180Paducah, KY USA
Mike HennemanPRRDecember 11, 19616'4"205St. Charles, MO USA
Dwayne HenryPRRFebruary 16, 19626'3"205Elkton, MD USA
Bobby HigginsonRFLRAugust 18, 19705'11"180Philadelphia, PA USA
Jose LimaPRRSeptember 30, 19726'2"170Santiago, Sa D.R.
Felipe LiraPRRApril 26, 19726'0"170Santa Teresa del Tuy, Mi Venezuela
Brian MaxcyPRRMay 4, 19716'1"170Amory, MS USA
Mike MoorePRRNovember 26, 19596'4"205Carnegie, OK USA
Mike MyersPLLJune 26, 19696'3"197Arlington Heights, IL USA
Phil NevinLFRRJanuary 19, 19716'2"180Fullerton, CA USA
C. J. NitkowskiPLLMarch 9, 19736'2"185Suffern, NY USA
Rudy PembertonLFRRDecember 17, 19696'1"185San Pedro de Macoris, Sa D.R.
Shannon Penn2BBRSeptember 11, 19695'10"163Cincinnati, OH USA
Steve Rodriguez2BRRNovember 29, 19705'8"170Las Vegas, NV USA
Juan Samuel1BRRDecember 9, 19605'11"170San Pedro de Macoris, Sa D.R.
Clint SodowskyPLRJuly 13, 19726'3"180Ponca City, OK USA
Todd SteversonLFRRNovember 15, 19716'2"194Los Angeles, CA USA
Franklin Stubbs1BLLOctober 21, 19606'2"215Laurinburg, NC USA
Ron TingleyCRRMay 27, 19596'2"160Presque Isle, ME USA
Alan TrammellSSRRFebruary 21, 19586'0"165Garden Grove, CA USA
David WellsPLLMay 20, 19636'3"187Torrance, CA USA
Lou Whitaker2BLRMay 12, 19575'11"160Brooklyn, NY USA
Derrick White1BRROctober 12, 19696'1"220San Rafael, CA USA
Sean WhitesidePLLApril 19, 19716'4"190Lakeland, FL USA
Kevin WickanderPLLJanuary 4, 19656'2"202Fort Dodge, IA USA


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