1993 Edmonton Trappers Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 72-69
Finished 3rd in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Sal Rende (72-69)
Affiliation: Florida Marlins
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Ballpark: John Ducey Stadium
Attendance: 261,361, Avg. 4,356 in 60 home dates
1993 Edmonton Trappers Statistics

The Edmonton Trappers of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1993 season with a record of 72 wins and 69 losses, finishing third in the league's North Division.

The Trappers plated 728 runs and gave up 729 runs. Nigel Wilson paced Edmonton with 17 home runs, and Gerónimo Berroa walloped 15 or more also. Gerónimo Berroa and Nigel Wilson each drove in 68 runs. Luis de los Santos topped batters with significant playing time by connecting at a .311 clip. David Weathers led the squad with 11 wins and a team-best 3.83 earned run average, leading pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1993 Edmonton Trappers who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Matt Turner, Pat Rapp, Chuck Jackson, Nick Capra, José Martínez, Mitch Lyden, Carl Everett, Mike Myers, Kurt Miller, Scott Anderson, Jeff Darwin, Luis de los Santos, John Johnstone, Scott Pose, Bret Barberie, Rich Scheid, Randy Kramer, Nigel Wilson, Monty Fariss, David Weathers, Gus Polidor, Mike Jeffcoat, Darrell Whitmore, Joel Adamson, Tom McGraw, Terry McGriff, Andrés Santana, Gerónimo Berroa, Jerry Don Gleaton, Junior Félix, Bob Natal, Al Pedrique and Gene Walter.

Sal Rende served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Joel AdamsonLLJuly 2, 19716'4"185Lakewood, CA US
Scott AndersonRRAugust 1, 19626'6"190Corvallis, OR US
Bret BarberieSRAugust 16, 19675'11"185Long Beach, CA US
Gerónimo BerroaRRMarch 18, 19656'0"165Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Nick CapraRRMarch 8, 19585'8"165Denver, CO US
Jeff DarwinRRJuly 6, 19696'3"180Sherman, TX US
Luis de los SantosRRDecember 29, 19666'5"205San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Carl EverettSRJune 3, 19716'0"181Tampa, FL US
Monty FarissRROctober 13, 19676'4"180Cordell, OK US
Junior FélixSROctober 3, 19676'0"170Laguna Salada, Valverde DO
Jerry Don GleatonLLSeptember 14, 19576'3"205Brownwood, TX US
Chuck JacksonRRMarch 19, 19636'0"185Seattle, WA US
Mike JeffcoatLLAugust 3, 19596'2"187Pine Bluff, AR US
John JohnstoneRRNovember 25, 19686'3"195Liverpool, NY US
Randy KramerRRSeptember 20, 19606'2"170Palo Alto, CA US
Don LemonRRJune 2, 19676'4"185Detroit, MI US
Mitch LydenRRDecember 14, 19646'3"225Portland, OR US
José MartínezRRApril 1, 19716'2"180Guayubin, Monte Cristi DO
Tom McGrawLLDecember 8, 19676'2"195Portland, OR US
Terry McGriffRRSeptember 23, 19636'2"190Fort Pierce, FL US
Kurt MillerRRAugust 24, 19726'5"205Tucson, AZ US
Mike MyersLLJune 26, 19696'3"197Arlington Heights, IL US
Bob NatalRRNovember 13, 19655'11"190Long Beach, CA US
Jim NewlinRRSeptember 11, 19666'2"205New Orleans, LA US
Al PedriqueRRAugust 11, 19606'0"155Valencia, Carabobo VE
Gus PolidorRROctober 26, 19616'0"170Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Scott PoseLRFebruary 11, 19675'11"165Davenport, IA US
Pat RappRRJuly 13, 19676'3"195Jennings, LA US
Ed RenteriaRRApril 7, 19685'11"160Barranquilla, Atlantico CO
Andrés SantanaSRFebruary 5, 19685'11"160San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Rich ScheidLLFebruary 3, 19656'3"185Staten Island, NY US
Jeff SmallRRAugust 12, 19656'0"175Phoenix, AZ US
Randy SnyderRRMarch 28, 19676'2"210Bremerton, WA US
Matt TurnerRRFebruary 18, 19676'5"215Lexington, KY US
Gene WalterLLNovember 22, 19606'4"200Chicago, IL US
David WeathersRRSeptember 25, 19696'3"205Lawrenceburg, TN US
Darrell WhitmoreLRNovember 18, 19686'1"210Front Royal, VA US
Nigel WilsonLLJanuary 12, 19706'1"185Oshawa, ON CA
Kip YaughnRRJuly 20, 19696'1"180Walnut Creek, CA 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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