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1993 Charleston Rainbows Roster

South Atlantic League (SAL) - Class: A
Team Record: 65-77
Finished 5th in the SAL's South Division
Manager: Walt Williams (65-77)
Affiliation: Texas Rangers
Location: Charleston, South Carolina
Ballpark: Hampton Park
Attendance: 98,670, Avg. 1,410 in 70 home dates
1993 Charleston Rainbows Statistics

The Charleston Rainbows of the South Atlantic League ended the 1993 season with a record of 65 wins and 77 losses, finishing fifth in the league's South Division.

The Rainbows scored 582 runs and allowed 690 runs. Scott Malone led Charleston with 12 home runs and drove in 71 runs, while leading hitters with significant playing time by connecting at a .288 clip, while Scott Eyre topped the squad with 11 wins, and David Manning recorded a 3.03 ERA, best among regular hurlers.

Players from the 1993 Charleston Rainbows who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Marc Sagmoen, Kerry Lacy, Mark Brandenburg, Hanley Frias, Scott Eyre and David Manning.

Walt Williams served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mike AndersonRRAugust 15, 19716'0"170Wilson Borough, PA US
Jamie BethkeSRFebruary 11, 19736'2"185
Mark BrandenburgRRJuly 14, 19706'0"180Houston, TX US
Chris BurrRRMay 27, 19706'2"200
Steve BurtonLRJanuary 16, 19696'6"200
Genaro CampusanoRRJuly 17, 19696'0"220
Tim CossinsRRMarch 31, 19706'1"192Sonoma, CA US
Wayne EgglestonRRAugust 6, 19695'10"170
Scott EyreLLMay 30, 19726'1"160Inglewood, CA US
Hanley FriasSRDecember 5, 19736'0"160Villa Altagracia, San Cristobal DO
Dave HiebRRJanuary 25, 19716'0"195
Jack KimelLLDecember 24, 19696'1"175
Kerry LacyRRAugust 7, 19726'2"195Chattanooga, TN US
Scott MaloneLRApril 16, 19716'3"230Longview, TX US
David ManningRRAugust 14, 19726'3"210Buffalo, NY US
Jerry MartinRRMarch 15, 19726'3"175McMinnville, TN US
Ramiro MartinezLLJanuary 28, 19726'2"185Los Angeles, CA US
Malvin MatosRRJune 18, 19726'2"175Bobures, Zulia VE
Guillermo MercedesSRJanuary 17, 19745'11"155La Romana, La Romana DO
Rod MorrisLLMay 5, 19665'9"163Independence, LA US
Franklin ParraSRJuly 8, 19716'0"165Sosua, Puerto Plata DO
Paulino PerezRRSeptember 18, 19736'0"160
Querbin ReynosoRRJanuary 6, 19746'2"162Bani, Peravia DO
Jeff RunionRRAugust 29, 19746'5"185East Point, GA US
Marc SagmoenLLApril 16, 19715'11"185Seattle, WA US
Scot SealyRRFebruary 10, 19716'4"225Mobile, AL US
Brian SeeszLRAugust 23, 19706'4"212
Bob SimonsonRRMay 30, 19646'2"220
Jack StanczakRRJanuary 8, 19716'1"200
Heath VaughnSRJanuary 12, 19716'3"185Oklahoma City, OK US
Mike WelchLLJanuary 13, 19706'1"210
Beck WellsRRJuly 25, 19706'0"170
Earl WheelerRRDecember 3, 19696'2"205
Chad WileyRRNovember 20, 19715'11"175Tallahassee, FL US
Kevin WoodallRROctober 17, 19716'2"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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