1995 Albany Polecats Roster

South Atlantic League (SAL) - Class: A
Team Record: 62-78
5th in the SAL's South Division
Manager: Doug Sisson (62-78)
Affiliation: Montreal Expos
Location: Albany, Georgia
Ballpark: Paul Eames Stadium
Attendance: 91,289, Avg. 1,404 in 65 home dates
1995 Albany Polecats Statistics

The Albany Polecats of the South Atlantic League ended the 1995 season with a record of 62 wins and 78 losses, fifth in the league's South Division.

The Polecats scored 633 runs and surrendered 713 runs, most in the circuit. Vladimir Guerrero led Albany with 16 home runs Brad Fullmer drove in 67 runs. Vladimir Guerrero topped batters with significant playing time by hitting .333. Tommy Phelps paced the squad with 10 wins, while David Moraga recorded a 2.69 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 1995 Albany Polecats who spent time in Major League Baseball during their careers included Hiram Bocachica, Trace Coquillette, Jayson Durocher, Brad Fullmer, Vladimir Guerrero, Bob Henley, Troy Mattes, David Moraga, Tommy Phelps, Simon Pond, Jeremy Powell, Fernando Seguignol, Mike Thurman and Javier Vazquez.

Doug Sisson served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ed AcostaRRDecember 5, 19716'1"160Panama, Panama PA
Linc MikkelsenSRJuly 27, 19676'0"186
David MoragaLLJuly 8, 19756'0"184Torrance, CA US
Chris NygaardSLApril 29, 19726'4"230Orange, CA US
Tommy PhelpsLLMarch 4, 19746'3"190Seoul, KR
Simon PondLROctober 27, 19766'1"190North Vancouver, BC CA
Jeremy PowellRRJune 18, 19766'5"230Bellflower, CA US
Rory RhodriguezRRFebruary 26, 19715'10"175Miami, FL US
Juan RosadoLLAugust 6, 19745'11"180Arecibo, PR
Jim RushworthRRJuly 3, 19716'0"180Shreveport, LA US
Chris SchwabLRJuly 25, 19746'3"215St. Paul, MN US
Fernando SeguignolSRJanuary 19, 19756'5"257, Bocas del Toro PA
Bill StephensSROctober 31, 19726'5"215Fort Oglethorpe, GA US
Jerry StubbsRRMarch 4, 19726'2"180Greensburg, PA US
Mike ThurmanRRJuly 22, 19736'4"190Corvallis, OR US
Ryan Van OeverenSRNovember 20, 19726'0"175Grand Rapids, MI US
Javier VazquezRRJuly 25, 19766'2"210Ponce, PR
Chris WeidertRRApril 3, 19746'3"215Emporia, KS US
Troy MattesRRAugust 26, 19756'7"230Champaign, IL US
Jason LapointLLAugust 1, 19706'4"180
Carlos AdolfoRRApril 20, 19765'11"160Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Kurt AldermanLRMarch 11, 19716'3"200
Mike BellLLOctober 14, 19726'1"198Sarasota, FL US
Hiram BocachicaRRMarch 4, 19765'11"195Ponce, PR
Josh BrinkleyRRAugust 5, 19735'10"175Kinston, NC US
Nate BrownLLFebruary 3, 19716'5"225Berkeley, CA US
Jason CamilliRROctober 18, 19756'0"190Phoenix, AZ US
Xavier CivitRRMay 17, 19736'2"175Barcelona, ES
Jason ColeRRSeptember 8, 19726'3"198Warwick, RI US
Trace CoquilletteRRJune 4, 19746'0"165Carmichael, CA US
Jayson DurocherRRAugust 18, 19746'3"195Hartford, CT US
Josue EstradaRRJanuary 21, 19756'0"185Rio Piedras, PR
Brad FullmerLRJanuary 17, 19756'1"185Chatsworth, CA US
Vladimir GuerreroRRFebruary 9, 19756'3"235Nizao, Peravia DO
Matt HaasLRFebruary 1, 19726'1"175Paducah, KY US
Russ HandyRRAugust 14, 19746'4"200Bakersfield, CA US
Bob HenleyRRJanuary 30, 19736'2"190Mobile, AL US
Jason WoodringRRApril 2, 19746'3"190Englewood, CO 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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