1992 Charleston Rainbows Roster

South Atlantic League (SAL) - Class: A
Team Record: 55-85
7th in the SAL's South Division
Manager: Dave Trembley (55-85)
Affiliation: San Diego Padres
Location: Charleston, South Carolina
Ballpark: Hampton Park
Attendance: 103,824, Avg. 1,675 in 62 home dates
1992 Charleston Rainbows Statistics

The Charleston Rainbows of the South Atlantic League ended the 1992 season with a record of 55 wins and 85 losses, seventh in the league's South Division.

The Rainbows plated 478 runs, worst in the circuit, and surrendered 713 runs, most in the league. Bill Ostermeyer paced Charleston with 13 home runs David Mowry drove in 59 runs. Manny Cora led all regular batters by connecting at a .243 clip, and Jeff Huber topped the team with 8 wins, while Craig Hanson recorded a 3.28 ERA, leading pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 1992 Charleston Rainbows who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Joey Hamilton, Homer Bush, Bryce Florie, Charlie Greene and Rich Loiselle.

Dave Trembley served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mark AnthonyLRDecember 6, 19706'1"195Lancaster, SC US
Joey HamiltonRRSeptember 9, 19706'4"220Statesboro, GA US
Stacy HammRRJanuary 22, 19715'11"175Rocky Mount, NC US
Craig HansonRRSeptember 30, 19706'3"180St. Paul, MN US
Larry HawksRRMay 17, 19696'0"160
Jeff HuberRLDecember 17, 19706'4"220Omaha, NE US
David LebakRRJune 30, 19706'0"180Mount Holly, NJ US
Rich LoiselleRRJanuary 12, 19726'5"225Neenah, WI US
Kyle MoodyRRFebruary 16, 19685'9"175Del Rio, TX US
David MowryLLOctober 22, 19716'3"225Covina, CA US
Greg MucerinoLLMarch 27, 19696'3"205Miami, FL US
Bill OstermeyerRRSeptember 4, 19666'7"235
John RobertsRRSeptember 30, 19735'9"185Pine Bluff, AR US
Saul SolteroRRJanuary 23, 19666'5"210Tucson, AZ US
Reggie StewartSRAugust 23, 19726'1"175Fernandina Beach, FL US
Tim HallRRNovember 17, 19696'1"190Murfreesboro, TN US
Mike GrohsRRDecember 20, 19696'4"210Belleville, NJ US
Charlie GreeneRRJanuary 23, 19716'1"170Miami, FL US
Pepper AnthonyLRNovember 9, 19716'3"204Jacksonville, FL US
Adan AyalaRRJune 18, 19716'0"175Rio Piedras, PR
Jon BarnesRRApril 11, 19736'1"197Lancaster, SC US
Jerry BurnsLRJuly 25, 19706'5"212Fairfield, CA US
Homer BushRRNovember 12, 19725'10"180East St. Louis, IL US
German CarrionSRAugust 26, 19725'10"165Santurce, PR
Eric CioccaLRNovember 21, 19706'2"185
Clint ComptonRRApril 23, 19716'3"175Meridian, MS US
Manny CoraSRDecember 20, 19736'0"183Santurce, PR
Juan CruzRRMay 24, 19725'10"150Miami, FL US
Brian D'AmatoRRMarch 20, 19726'0"200Providence, RI US
Marcelino De La CruzRRJanuary 16, 19735'11"165Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Scott EgglestonRRAugust 20, 19706'0"210Liberty, MO US
Bryce FlorieRRMay 21, 19706'0"185Charleston, SC US
Brad GennaroLLAugust 2, 19716'1"175San Rafael, CA 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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