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1982 Albuquerque Dukes Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 85-58
Finished 1st in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Del Crandall (85-58)
Affiliation: Los Angeles Dodgers
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Ballpark: All-Sports Stadium
Attendance: 290,249, Avg. 4,059
1982 Albuquerque Dukes Statistics

Playoffs - Albuquerque Dukes 2 games, Salt Lake City Gulls 0
Finals - Albuquerque Dukes 4 games, Spokane Indians 2

The Albuquerque Dukes of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1982 season with a record of 85 wins and 58 losses, finishing first in the league's South Division.

The Dukes topped the league with 956 runs, spearheaded by 139 home runs. Albuquerque allowed 811 runs. Greg Brock walloped 44 home runs for the team, while Candy Maldonado swatted 20 or more also. Greg Brock drove in 138 runs. Dave Anderson led all qualifying hitters on the roster by connecting at a .343 clip. Rich Rodas paced the team with 14 wins, and Orel Hershiser registered a 3.73 earned run average, tops among hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Mark Bradley, Dave Anderson, Ed Amelung, Greg Brock, Sid Bream, Tony Brewer, Joe Beckwith, Alejandro Pena, Ron Roenicke, Rich Rodas, Steve Shirley, Dave Sax, Ted Power, Orel Hershiser, Brian Holton, Ross Jones, Tack Wilson, Ricky Wright, Alex Taveras, Larry White, John Franco, Don Crow, Sid Fernandez, Mike Marshall, Scotti Madison, Candy Maldonado and Tom Niedenfuer were all players from the 1982 Albuquerque Dukes who played in the Majors during their careers.

Del Crandall served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ed AmelungLLApril 13, 19595'11"180Fullerton, CA US
Dave AndersonRRAugust 1, 19606'2"185Louisville, KY US
Joe BeckwithLRJanuary 28, 19556'3"200Auburn, AL US
Mark BradleyRRDecember 3, 19566'1"180Elizabethtown, KY US
Sid BreamLLAugust 3, 19606'4"215Carlisle, PA US
Tony BrewerRRNovember 25, 19575'11"190Coushatta, LA US
Greg BrockLRJune 14, 19576'3"200McMinnville, OR US
Don CrowRRAugust 18, 19586'4"200Yakima, WA US
Sid FernandezLLOctober 12, 19626'1"220Honolulu, HI US
Larry FobbsRR6'0"180
John FrancoLLSeptember 17, 19605'10"170Brooklyn, NY US
Bert GeigerRRAugust 14, 19596'2"185Miami, FL US
Orel HershiserRRSeptember 16, 19586'3"190Buffalo, NY US
Dale HolmanLROctober 25, 19586'2"188Monroe, LA US
Brian HoltonRRNovember 29, 19596'2"190McKeesport, PA US
Ross JonesRRJanuary 14, 19606'2"185Miami, FL US
Kevin KennedyRRMay 26, 19546'2"195Los Angeles, CA US
Scotti MadisonSRSeptember 12, 19595'11"185Pensacola, FL US
Candy MaldonadoRRSeptember 5, 19606'0"185Humacao, PR
Mike MarshallRRJanuary 12, 19606'5"215Libertyville, IL US
Dave MooreRRSeptember 19, 19546'2"179Lexington, KY US
Tom NiedenfuerRRAugust 13, 19596'5"225St. Louis Park, MN US
Alejandro PenaRRJune 25, 19596'1"200Cambiaso, Puerto Plata DO
Ted PowerRRJanuary 31, 19556'4"215Guthrie, OK US
Dean RennickeR6'0"185
Rich RodasLLNovember 7, 19596'2"180Roseville, CA US
Ron RoenickeSLAugust 19, 19566'0"180Covina, CA US
Dave SaxRRSeptember 22, 19586'0"185Sacramento, CA US
Greg SchultzRR6'0"165
Steve ShirleyLLOctober 12, 19566'0"185San Francisco, CA US
Alex TaverasRROctober 9, 19555'10"155Santiago, Santiago DO
Larry WhiteRRSeptember 24, 19586'5"190San Fernando, CA US
Tack WilsonRRMay 16, 19565'10"185Shreveport, LA US
Brett WiseRAugust 11, 19606'1"175
Ricky WrightLLNovember 22, 19586'3"175Paris, TX US

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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