2003 Camden Riversharks Roster

Atlantic League (AL) - Independent
Team Record: 78-48
Finished 1st in the AL's South Division
Manager: Wayne Krenchicki (78-48)
Location: Camden, New Jersey
Ballpark: Campbell's Field
Attendance: 300,130, Avg. 4,547 in 66 home dates
2003 Camden Riversharks Statistics

Playoffs - Somerset Patriots 2 games, Camden Riversharks 0

The Camden Riversharks of the Atlantic League ended the 2003 season with a record of 78 wins and 48 losses, finishing first in the league's South Division.

The Riversharks topped the league with just 493 runs allowed. Camden scored 613 runs. Bryon Gainey led the squad with 19 home runs, while Angel Pena, Stoney Briggs and Dwight Maness each walloped 20 or more, too. Dwight Maness drove in 77 runs. Brad Strauss paced batters with significant playing time by connecting at a .331 clip. Ben Simon paced the team with 15 wins and a team-best 2.69 ERA, best among hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Kane Davis, Todd Rizzo, Alex Delgado, Kevin Jordan, Bryan Ward, Chris Peters, David Moraga and Angel Pena were all players from the 2003 Camden Riversharks who played in the Majors during their careers.

Wayne Krenchicki served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Travis AndersonRRAugust 29, 19796'0"195Lakewood, CA US
Jesus AzuajeRRJanuary 16, 19735'10"177, Aragua VE
Al BarbieriRRSeptember 9, 19585'6"185
Al BenjaminRRSeptember 9, 19776'1"200Houston, TX US
Stoney BriggsRRDecember 26, 19716'3"215Seaford, DE US
Derek BrownRRJuly 23, 19766'1"184Hagerstown, MD US
Troy CarrascoSLJanuary 27, 19755'11"177Tampa, FL US
Kane DavisRRJune 25, 19756'3"194Ripley, WV US
Alex DelgadoRRJanuary 11, 19716'0"195Palmarejo, Zulia VE
Kevin DoughertyLLMarch 4, 19786'5"220Stratford, NJ US
Alex EckelmanRRJuly 16, 19745'11"190St. Louis, MO US
Cliff FosterRRDecember 24, 19716'0"182Texarkana, AR US
Maleke FowlerRRAugust 11, 19755'11"180Baton Rouge, LA US
Bryon GaineyLRJanuary 23, 19766'5"225Mobile, AL US
Kevin GibbsSRApril 3, 19746'2"185Washington, DC US
Paul GomezRRMarch 8, 19735'11"190
Kevin JordanRROctober 9, 19696'1"185San Francisco, CA US
Jarrod KingreyRRAugust 23, 19766'1"200Columbus, GA US
Dwight ManessRRApril 3, 19746'3"188Chester, PA US
Nick ManessRROctober 17, 19786'4"210Pinehurst, NC US
Larry MartinLLMay 9, 19776'3"180San Antonio, TX US
Del MathewsLLOctober 31, 19746'4"224Grand Rapids, MI US
Linc MikkelsenSRJuly 27, 19676'0"186
David MillerLLDecember 9, 19736'3"180Philadelphia, PA US
David MoragaLLJuly 8, 19756'0"184Torrance, CA US
Francisco MoralesRRJanuary 31, 19736'3"200San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Lipso NavaRRNovember 28, 19686'1"190Maracaibo, Zulia VE
Isaias NunezLLApril 10, 19746'2"150Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Mark NussbeckLRMay 25, 19746'4"205Kansas City, MO US
Delvis PachecoRRJune 25, 19786'2"180Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Angel PenaRRFebruary 16, 19755'10"225San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Chris PetersLLJanuary 28, 19726'1"162Fort Thomas, KY US
Todd RizzoRLMay 24, 19716'3"220Media, PA US
Ryan SchurmanRRAugust 28, 19766'3"180Yuba City, CA US
Pat SillupRRFebruary 6, 19806'3"210
Ben SimonRRNovember 12, 19746'1"180Elyria, OH US
Brad StraussLRApril 1, 19716'3"195
Nate VopataLRFebruary 6, 19735'10"175Vinton, IA US
Bryan WardLLJanuary 28, 19726'2"210Bristol, PA US
Chris WarrenSRNovember 24, 19766'0"170Sparta, GA 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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