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1992 Denver Zephyrs Roster

American Association (AA) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 73-71
Finished 2nd in the AA's West Division
Manager: Tony Muser (73-71)
Affiliation: Milwaukee Brewers
Location: Denver, Colorado
Ballpark: Mile High Stadium
Attendance: 347,616, Avg. 4,828 in 72 home dates
1992 Denver Zephyrs Statistics

The Denver Zephyrs of the American Association ended the 1992 season with a record of 73 wins and 71 losses, finishing second in the league's West Division.

The Zephyrs led the circuit with 767 runs. Denver surrendered 704 runs. Matt Mieske and Jim Tatum paced the team with 19 home runs apiece., and John Jaha walloped 20 or more as well. Jim Tatum recorded 101 runs batted in and topped hitters with significant playing time by hitting .329. Otis Green paced the squad with 11 wins, while Cal Eldred recorded a 3 ERA, leading qualifying pitchers.

Members of the 1992 Denver Zephyrs who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Angel Miranda, Charlie Montoyo, Paul McClellan, Dave Liddell, Eric Nolte, Dave Nilsson, Matt Mieske, Jim Olander, Alex Diaz, Chris George, Cal Eldred, Neal Heaton, Mark Kiefer, Joe Kmak, Darren Holmes, Teddy Higuera, Mark Lee, Jeff Kunkel, Ced Landrum, Mike Ignasiak, John Jaha, Jim Hunter, Nelson Simmons, Bruce Ruffin, Andy Allanson, Jose Valentin, Efrain Valdez, Jim Tatum, Ken Williams and William Suero.

Tony Muser served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Andy AllansonRRDecember 22, 19616'5"220Richmond, VA US
Alex DiazSROctober 5, 19685'11"175Brooklyn, NY US
Bill DobrolskyRRMarch 16, 19706'2"205Hazleton, PA US
Cal EldredRRNovember 24, 19676'4"215Cedar Rapids, IA US
Chris GeorgeRRSeptember 24, 19666'2"200Pittsburgh, PA US
Otis GreenLLMarch 11, 19646'2"192Miami, FL US
Sandy GuerreroLRApril 6, 19665'11"157Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Neal HeatonLLMarch 3, 19606'1"197South Ozone Park, NY US
Teddy HigueraSLNovember 9, 19575'10"178Los Mochis, Sinaloa MX
Charles HillemannRRJanuary 19, 19666'0"180
Darren HolmesRRApril 25, 19666'0"199Asheville, NC US
Jim HunterRRJune 22, 19646'3"205Jersey City, NJ US
Mike IgnasiakSRMarch 12, 19665'11"175Anchorville, MI US
Kenny JacksonRRSeptember 15, 19645'11"175, St. Croix VI
John JahaRRMay 27, 19666'1"195Portland, OR US
Mark KieferRRNovember 13, 19686'4"175Orange, CA US
Joe KmakRRMay 3, 19636'0"200Napa, CA US
Jeff KunkelRRMarch 25, 19626'2"180West Palm Beach, FL US
Ced LandrumLRSeptember 3, 19635'9"165Butler, AL US
Mark LeeLLJuly 20, 19646'3"198Williston, ND US
Dave LiddellRRJune 15, 19666'0"190Los Angeles, CA US
Paul McClellanRRFebruary 3, 19666'2"180San Mateo, CA US
Matt MieskeRRFebruary 13, 19686'0"185Midland, MI US
Angel MirandaLLNovember 9, 19696'1"160Arecibo, PR
Charlie MontoyoRROctober 17, 19655'10"170Florida, PR
Dave NilssonLRDecember 14, 19696'3"185Brisbane, Queensland AU
Eric NolteLLApril 28, 19646'3"205Canoga Park, CA US
Jim OlanderRRFebruary 21, 19636'2"185Tucson, AZ US
Bruce RuffinSLOctober 4, 19636'2"205Lubbock, TX US
Ken ShamburgRRJanuary 31, 19676'2"215Redding, CA US
Nelson SimmonsSRJune 27, 19636'1"185Washington, DC US
William SueroRRNovember 7, 19665'9"175Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Jim TatumRROctober 9, 19676'2"200San Diego, CA US
Efrain ValdezLLJuly 11, 19665'11"180Nizao, Peravia DO
Jose ValentinSROctober 12, 19695'10"175Manati, PR
Ken WilliamsRRApril 6, 19646'2"187Berkeley, CA US
Bob WishnevskiRRJanuary 2, 19676'1"215Hammond, IN 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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