1989 Albany-Colonie Yankees Roster

Eastern League (EL) - Class: AA
Team Record: 92-48
Finished 1st in the EL
Manager: Buck Showalter (92-48)
Affiliation: New York Yankees
Location: Albany, New York; Colonie, New York
Ballpark: Heritage Park
Attendance: 192,862, Avg. 2,755
1989 Albany-Colonie Yankees Statistics

Playoffs - Albany-Colonie Yankees 3 games, Reading Phillies 1
Finals - Albany-Colonie Yankees 3 games, Harrisburg Senators 1

The Albany-Colonie Yankees of the Eastern League ended the 1989 season with a record of 92 wins and 48 losses, finishing first in the EL.

The Yankees paced the league with 642 runs, sparked by 96 home runs. Albany-Colonie surrendered 453 runs, least in the league. Rob Sepanek led the team with 22 home runs and drove in 77 runs. Jason Maas topped all qualifying hitters on the roster with a .296 average. Rod Imes paced the squad with 17 wins, while Royal Clayton added 15 or more wins, too Steve Adkins recorded a 2.07 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Bill Fulton, Chris Howard, Darrin Chapin, Bernie Williams, Bob Davidson, Steve Adkins, Carlos Rodríguez, Scott Kamieniecki, Hensley Meulens, Oscar Azócar, Hipólito Peña, Deion Sanders, Mitch Lyden, Tim Layana, Jim Leyritz, Kevin Mmahat, Andy Stankiewicz, John Ramos and Mike Christopher were all players from the 1989 Albany-Colonie Yankees who played in the Major Leagues during their careers.

Buck Showalter served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Steve AdkinsRLOctober 26, 19646'6"210Chicago, IL US
Dan ArendasLLOctober 30, 19646'0"185
Oscar AzócarLLFebruary 21, 19656'1"170Soro, Sucre VE
Tim BeckerSRAugust 24, 19655'11"170
Darrin ChapinRRFebruary 1, 19666'0"170Warren, OH US
Mike ChristopherRRNovember 3, 19636'5"205Petersburg, VA US
Royal ClaytonRRNovember 25, 19656'2"210Santa Monica, CA US
Bob DavidsonRRJanuary 6, 19636'0"185Bad Kurznach, DE
Pedro DeLeonRROctober 26, 19646'1"145San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Bobby DickersonRRSeptember 4, 19656'0"180Laurel, MS US
Bill FultonRROctober 22, 19636'3"195Pittsburgh, PA US
Bobby GreenRRMay 20, 19636'1"200
John GreenROctober 8, 19636'3"220
Chris HowardRLNovember 18, 19656'0"185Lynn, MA US
Rod ImesRRNovember 19, 19666'5"210Cumberland, MD US
Scott KamienieckiRRApril 19, 19646'0"195Mount Clemens, MI US
Tim LayanaRRMarch 2, 19646'2"195Inglewood, CA US
Jim LeyritzRRDecember 27, 19636'0"190Lakewood, OH US
Mitch LydenRRDecember 14, 19646'3"225Portland, OR US
Jason MaasLRMarch 17, 19636'2"190
Hensley MeulensRRJune 23, 19676'4"200Willemstad, CW
Kevin MmahatLLNovember 9, 19646'5"220Memphis, TN US
Hipólito PeñaLLJanuary 30, 19646'3"165Fantino, Sanchez Ramirez DO
John RamosRRAugust 6, 19656'0"190Tampa, FL US
Carlos RodríguezSRNovember 1, 19675'9"160Mexico, Distrito Federal MX
Danny RomanRRJune 16, 19656'4"190
Gerry RubLLMay 10, 19646'0"190
Deion SandersLLAugust 9, 19676'1"195Fort Myers, FL US
Rob SepanekLLMarch 31, 19636'3"190
Scott ShawRRDecember 24, 19636'1"185
Glenn SherlockLRSeptember 26, 19606'0"185Nahant, MA US
Andy StankiewiczRRAugust 10, 19645'9"165Inglewood, CA US
Aris TiradoRRMarch 31, 19635'9"160
Ricky TorresRRDecember 31, 19636'2"210
Bernie WilliamsSRSeptember 13, 19686'2"180San Juan, PR

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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