1950 Albany Senators Roster

Eastern League (EL) - Class: A
Team Record: 66-73
Finished 4th in the EL
Manager: Merrill May (66-73)
Affiliation: Pittsburgh Pirates
Location: Albany, New York
Ballpark: Hawkins Stadium
Attendance: 91,477, Avg. 1,316
1950 Albany Senators Statistics

Playoffs - Binghamton Triplets 4 games, Albany Senators 1

The Albany Senators of the Eastern League ended the 1950 season with a record of 66 wins and 73 losses, finishing fourth in the EL.

The Senators scored 721 runs and allowed 782 runs. Clark Henry led hitters with significant playing time by hitting .315. Lamar Chambers topped Albany with 13 wins and a team-best 4.3 earned run average, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 1950 Albany Senators who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Jim Mangan, Len Yochim, Xavier Rescigno, Lloyd Gearhart and Orie Arntzen.

Merrill May served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Orie ArntzenRROctober 18, 19096'1"200Beverly, IL US
Dick BakerRRApril 22, 19196'0"170
Harold BreedingRRAugust 10, 19265'9"175
Moe BremerRJanuary 21, 19276'0"185Rockford, IL US
Mel BrookeyRRJuly 15, 19255'10"195Henryetta, OK US
Lamar ChambersLRFebruary 16, 19236'0"170
Dave CharlesRRFebruary 21, 19246'0"160
Silvio DiMennaLSeptember 27, 19255'10"175
Delton DunnackRApril 29, 19255'11"165Mansfield, CT US
Albert FedakLL6'0"175
John FiscaliniRFebruary 25, 19256'0"180
Robert ForbesL5'10"178
Lloyd GearhartRLAugust 10, 19235'11"180New Lebanon, OH US
Edward HeinrichLSeptember 13, 19205'11"188Aurora, OH US
Clark HenryL6'1"180
George KinnamonROctober 25, 19276'1"185Etowah, TN US
Jim KleckleyRRSeptember 8, 19266'4"204West Columbia, SC US
Anthony KunkiewiczRR6'0"200
Fred LaniferoRMay 23, 19195'7"180Providence, RI US
Jim ManganRRSeptember 24, 19295'10"190San Francisco, CA US
John McKeownS5'9"180
James PokelLLMarch 30, 19285'11"210Plymouth, WI US
Xavier RescignoRROctober 13, 19125'10"175New York, NY US
Frank SeeleyRRJuly 1, 19306'1"180New York, NY US
William Smith
Frankie StaucetRR5'8"160
Clayton Van AlstyneR6'0"175
Harry WeakleyRRJune 13, 19296'1"165
George WopinekRDecember 5, 19285'7"165Chicago, IL US
Len YochimLLOctober 16, 19286'2"200New Orleans, LA 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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