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1981 Edmonton Trappers Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 62-74
Finished 4th in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Gordy Lund (62-74)
Affiliation: Chicago White Sox
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Ballpark: John Ducey Stadium
Attendance: 187,501, Avg. 2,757
1981 Edmonton Trappers Statistics

The Edmonton Trappers of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1981 season with a record of 62 wins and 74 losses, finishing fourth in the league's North Division.

The Trappers plated 667 runs and surrendered 733 runs. Gary Holle paced Edmonton with 26 home runs, and Chris Nyman walloped 20 or more, too. Chris Nyman drove in 90 runs. Gary Holle led batters with significant playing time by connecting at a .327 clip. Rich Barnes topped the squad with 13 wins, while Reggie Patterson registered a 3.31 earned run average, leading qualifying pitchers.

Members of the 1981 Edmonton Trappers who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Todd Cruz, Joe Gates, Nardi Contreras, Mike Colbern, Marv Foley, John Flannery, Fran Mullins, Jay Loviglio, Chris Nyman, Jim Barr, Rich Barnes, Bill Atkinson, Rod Allen, Juan Agosto, Reggie Patterson, Dewey Robinson, John Poff, Gary Holle, Guy Hoffman, Lorenzo Gray and Leo Sutherland.

Gordy Lund served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Juan AgostoLLFebruary 23, 19586'2"190Rio Piedras, PR
Rod AllenRROctober 5, 19596'1"185Los Angeles, CA US
Bill AtkinsonLROctober 4, 19545'7"165Chatham, ON CA
Rich BarnesRLJuly 21, 19596'4"186Palm Beach, FL US
Jim BarrRRFebruary 10, 19486'3"205Lynwood, CA US
Mike ColbernRRApril 19, 19556'3"205Santa Monica, CA US
Nardi ContrerasSRSeptember 19, 19516'2"193Tampa, FL US
Todd CruzRRNovember 23, 19556'0"175Highland Park, MI US
Hector EduardoRRApril 10, 19546'6"186
John FlanneryRRJanuary 25, 19576'3"173Long Beach, CA US
Marv FoleyLRAugust 29, 19536'0"195Stanford, KY US
Joe GatesLROctober 3, 19545'7"175Gary, IN US
Bert GeigerRRAugust 14, 19596'2"185Miami, FL US
Lorenzo GrayRRMarch 4, 19586'1"180Mound Bayou, MS US
Guy HoffmanLLJuly 9, 19565'9"175Ottawa, IL US
Gary HolleRLAugust 11, 19546'6"210Albany, NY US
Jay LoviglioRRMay 30, 19565'9"160Freeport, NY US
Fran MullinsRRMay 14, 19576'0"180Oakland, CA US
Ray MurilloRRJanuary 18, 19566'2"185
Chris NymanRRJune 6, 19556'4"200Pomona, CA US
Reggie PattersonRRNovember 7, 19586'4"180Birmingham, AL US
Julio PerezSRSeptember 17, 19585'11"155New York, NY US
John PoffLLOctober 23, 19526'2"190Chillicothe, OH US
Dewey RobinsonRRApril 28, 19556'0"180Evanston, IL US
Ramon RomeroSRAugust 31, 19615'11"155
Leo SutherlandLLApril 6, 19585'10"165Santiago de Cuba, Santiago de Cuba CU
Mark TeutschRAugust 25, 19576'1"175
Vern ThomasRRSeptember 23, 19566'0"185
Dennis VasquezR6'3"205
Dan WilliamsLL6'1"185

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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