1929 Erie Sailors Roster
Team Record: 78-61
2nd in the CL
Manager: Jocko Munch (78-61)
Location: Erie, Pennsylvania
Ballpark: Pennsylvania Rail Road Field
Attendance: 54,205, Avg. 780
The Erie Sailors of the Central League ended the 1929 season with a record of 78 wins and 61 losses, second in the CL.
Jocko Munch served as manager.
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|Roy Beckwith||, OH US|
|Syl Simon||R||R||December 14, 1897||5'10"||170||Evansville, IN US|
|Ralph Somerville||September 15, 1905||, OH US|
|Art Stokes||R||R||September 13, 1896||5'10"||155||Emmitsburg, MD US|
|Johnnie Tyler||S||R||July 30, 1906||6'0"||175||Mount Pleasant, PA US|
|Bob Way||R||R||April 2, 1906||5'10"||168||Emlenton, PA US|
|Sylvester Kohlenberg||May 7, 1904||Red Bud, IL US|
|Kenny Hogan||L||R||October 9, 1902||5'9"||145||Cleveland, OH US|
|Hap Blair||R||R||January 15, 1907||6'1"||194|
|Gus Gockel||L||October 22, 1898||189||Staunton, IL US|
|Bailey Groseclose||February 16, 1906|
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.