1985 Beloit Brewers Roster

Midwest League (MWL) - Class: A
Team Record: 79-57
Finished 1st in the MWL's Central Division
Manager: Dave Machemer (79-57)
Affiliation: Milwaukee Brewers
Location: Beloit, Wisconsin
Ballpark: Harry C. Pohlman Field
Attendance: 93,638, Avg. 1,377
1985 Beloit Brewers Statistics

Playoffs - Peoria Chiefs 2 games, Beloit Brewers 1

The Beloit Brewers of the Midwest League ended the 1985 season with a record of 79 wins and 57 losses, finishing first in the league's Central Division.

The Brewers topped the league with just 536 runs allowed. Beloit scored 624 runs. Darryel Walters led the team with 24 home runs and accounted for 75 RBI. Bernie Kent paced all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .285. Daniel Scarpetta and Gary Kanwisher paced the squad with 13 wins each, while Daniel Scarpetta registered a 2.28 earned run average, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 1985 Beloit Brewers who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Alex Madrid, Jim Morris, Jeff Peterek, Chuck Porter and B. J. Surhoff.

Dave Machemer served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Terry AdkinsRDecember 13, 19626'1"
Miguel AliceaRRNovember 10, 19596'2"192Santa Isabel, PR
Todd BrownRROctober 15, 19636'2"215
Joe BrunoLLOctober 30, 19575'10"170
Wes ClementsRRMay 26, 19586'4"195Inglewood, CA US
Michael CoinRRJuly 3, 19636'5"210
Rob DewolfLLJuly 5, 19636'3"185
Derek DiazRJune 12, 19625'11"180
Gary EvansRSeptember 15, 19616'1"180
Frank FazziniRRJuly 24, 19645'9"200
Danny FitzpatrickRRJune 28, 19636'0"195
Dean FreelandRRFebruary 25, 19656'0"180Milwaukee, WI US
Mike FrewRMarch 4, 19626'4"195
Mike GobboRRAugust 16, 19625'10"180
Gary KanwisherRSeptember 15, 19636'3"200
Bernie KentLLOctober 22, 19646'3"195
Tom KleeanLAugust 5, 19636'3"168
John LudyRRNovember 23, 19646'0"185
Alex MadridRRApril 18, 19636'3"200Springerville, AZ US
Frank MattoxSRJune 30, 19625'8"158
Joe MitchellRRFebruary 12, 19626'4"210
Mario MonicoLLMarch 6, 19635'10"175
Martin MontanoLL6'0"180
Jim MorrisLLJanuary 19, 19646'3"215Brownwood, TX US
Damon OppenheimerRR6'1"190
Jeff PeterekRRSeptember 22, 19626'2"195Michigan City, IN US
William PhillipsRR5'10"165
Walter PohleRR5'10"175
Chuck PorterRRJanuary 12, 19556'3"187Baltimore, MD US
Daniel RatliffR6'1"185
Angel RodriguezRR6'0"165
Alan SadlerRRSeptember 6, 19616'4"216Salinas, KS US
Mike SamuelRR6'0"160
Daniel ScarpettaL6'2"192
Gregory SimmonsRJanuary 5, 19636'4"194
Bob SimonsonRRMay 30, 19646'2"220
Thomas SteinbachRR6'2"195
B. J. SurhoffLRAugust 4, 19646'1"185Bronx, NY US
Paul TichyR6'4"210
Jose VenturaLR6'1"155
Darryel WaltersRRJuly 21, 19645'11"165
Fred WilliamsRRJune 12, 19625'10"170

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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