1983 Edmonton Trappers Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 75-67
Finished 1st in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Moose Stubing (75-67)
Affiliation: California Angels
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Ballpark: John Ducey Stadium
Attendance: 224,822, Avg. 3,167
1983 Edmonton Trappers Statistics

Playoffs - Portland Beavers 3 games, Edmonton Trappers 1

The Edmonton Trappers of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1983 season with a record of 75 wins and 67 losses, finishing first in the league's North Division.

The Trappers scored 943 runs and allowed 871 runs. Jerry Narron led Edmonton with 27 home runs, while Dick Schofield, Juan Monasterio, Chris Clark and Mike Brown each walloped 15 or more as well. Mike Brown drove in 106 runs and topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by connecting at a .355 clip. Jay Kibbe and Steve Brown paced the squad with 10 wins each, and Jay Kibbe earned a 5.32 ERA, best among regular hurlers.

Members of the 1983 Edmonton Trappers who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Doug Corbett, Curt Brown, Bill Travers, Dave Smith, Jesse Jefferson, Rick Burleson, Pepe Mangual, Mike Marshall, Mike O'Berry, Bob Lacey, Tim Blackwell, Jerry Narron, Steve Lubratich, Byron McLaughlin, Bobby Clark, José Moreno, Darrell Miller, Ángel Moreno, Aurelio Monteagudo, Pat Keedy, Bill Mooneyham, Mickey Mahler, Craig Gerber, Mike Brown, Ellis Valentine, Rick Steirer, Steve Brown, Gary Pettis, Dick Schofield and Ricky Adams.

Moose Stubing served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ricky AdamsRRJanuary 21, 19596'2"180Upland, CA US
Tim BlackwellSRAugust 19, 19525'11"170San Diego, CA US
Curt BrownRRJanuary 15, 19606'5"200Fort Lauderdale, FL US
Mike BrownRRDecember 29, 19596'2"195San Francisco, CA US
Steve BrownRRFebruary 12, 19576'5"200San Francisco, CA US
Rick BurlesonRRApril 29, 19515'10"165Lynwood, CA US
Jose CalderonLLApril 18, 19566'3"185Bayamon, PR
Bobby ClarkRRJune 13, 19556'0"190Sacramento, CA US
Chris ClarkSLSeptember 4, 19585'10"180Lakewood, CA US
Doug CorbettRRNovember 4, 19526'1"185Sarasota, FL US
Steve FinchRRMarch 9, 19586'3"160Escondido, CA US
Craig GerberLRJanuary 8, 19596'0"175Chicago, IL US
Jesse JeffersonRRMarch 3, 19496'3"188Midlothian, VA US
Pat KeedyRRJanuary 10, 19586'4"205Birmingham, AL US
Jay KibbeRRApril 12, 19586'3"195Alton, IL US
Tim KraussLRSeptember 9, 19575'10"165Long Beach, CA US
Bob LaceyRLAugust 25, 19536'5"210Fredericksburg, VA US
Steve LubratichRRMay 1, 19556'0"170Oakland, CA US
Mickey MahlerSLJuly 30, 19526'3"189Montgomery, AL US
Pepe MangualRRMay 23, 19525'10"157Ponce, PR
Mike MarshallRRJanuary 15, 19435'10"180Adrian, MI US
Byron McLaughlinRRSeptember 29, 19556'1"175Van Nuys, CA US
Darrell MillerRRFebruary 26, 19586'2"200Washington, DC US
Juan MonasterioRR5'11"162
Aurelio MonteagudoRRNovember 19, 19435'11"180Caibarien, CU
Bill MooneyhamRRAugust 16, 19606'0"175Livermore, CA US
Ángel MorenoLLJune 6, 19555'9"165Soledad de Doblado, Veracruz MX
José MorenoSRNovember 1, 19576'0"175Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Jerry NarronLRJanuary 15, 19566'3"205Goldsboro, NC US
Mike O'BerryRRApril 20, 19546'2"190Birmingham, AL US
Gary PettisSRApril 3, 19586'1"165Oakland, CA US
Dick SchofieldRRNovember 21, 19625'10"175Springfield, IL US
Dave SmithRRJanuary 22, 19576'5"212Santa Cruz, CA US
Dave SmithRRAugust 30, 19576'1"190Tomball, TX US
Rick SteirerRRAugust 27, 19566'4"200Baltimore, MD US
Bill TraversLLOctober 27, 19526'4"187Norwood, MA US
Ellis ValentineRRJuly 30, 19546'4"205Helena, AR 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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