1981 Evansville Triplets Roster

American Association (AA) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 73-63
Finished 1st in the AA's East Division
Manager: Jim Leyland (73-63)
Affiliation: Detroit Tigers
Location: Evansville, Indiana
Ballpark: Bosse Field
Attendance: 113,167, Avg. 1,664
1981 Evansville Triplets Statistics

Playoffs - Denver Bears 3 games, Evansville Triplets 1

The Evansville Triplets of the American Association ended the 1981 season with a record of 73 wins and 63 losses, finishing first in the league's East Division.

The Triplets scored 624 runs and yielded 585 runs. Marty Castillo led Evansville with 17 home runs and accounted for 68 RBI. Darrell Brown paced all regular batters by connecting at a .270 clip. Roger Weaver topped the squad with 11 wins, while Larry Pashnick registered a 2.89 earned run average, tops among hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Players from the 1981 Evansville Triplets who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Larry Johnson, Larry Rothschild, Marty Castillo, Dennis Kinney, Pat Underwood, Jerry Ujdur, Craig Kusick, Larry Pashnick, Dave Rucker, Rick Leach, Mike Chris, Roger Weaver, Henry Cruz, Mark DeJohn, Tim Corcoran, Dave Gumpert, Darrell Brown, Glenn Wilson, Manny Seoane, Glenn Gulliver, Bernie Carbo, Howard Bailey, Mark Fidrych, Barbaro Garbey and George Cappuzzello.

Jim Leyland served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Howard BaileyRLJuly 31, 19576'0"195Grand Haven, MI US
Darrell BrownSROctober 29, 19556'0"184Oklahoma City, OK US
Mike BurnsRRAugust 19, 19546'0"175Jackson, MI US
George CappuzzelloRLJanuary 15, 19546'0"175Youngstown, OH US
Bernie CarboLRAugust 5, 19475'11"173Detroit, MI US
Marty CastilloRRJanuary 16, 19576'1"190Long Beach, CA US
Mike ChrisLLOctober 8, 19576'3"180Santa Monica, CA US
Tim CorcoranLLMarch 19, 19535'11"175Glendale, CA US
Henry CruzLLFebruary 27, 19526'0"175Christiansted, St. Croix VI
Mark DeJohnSRSeptember 18, 19535'11"170Middletown, CT US
Mark FidrychRRAugust 14, 19546'3"175Worcester, MA US
Les FilkinsLLSeptember 14, 19565'11"185Chicago, IL US
Vern FollowellSROctober 25, 19575'11"160
Barbaro GarbeyRRDecember 4, 19565'10"170Santiago de Cuba, Santiago de Cuba CU
Eddie GatesRRNovember 20, 19546'1"185Mobile, AL US
Glenn GulliverLROctober 15, 19545'11"175Detroit, MI US
Dave GumpertRRMay 5, 19586'1"190South Haven, MI US
Raphael HamptonRROctober 29, 19576'1"175Detroit, MI US
Larry JohnsonRRAugust 17, 19506'0"185Cleveland, OH US
Jeff KenagaLRJuly 12, 19576'0"170
Dennis KinneyLLFebruary 26, 19526'1"175Toledo, OH US
Craig KusickRRSeptember 30, 19486'3"210Milwaukee, WI US
Rick LeachLLMay 4, 19576'1"180Ann Arbor, MI US
Juan LopezRRNovember 6, 19525'10"170Rio Piedras, PR
Bob NandinSRAugust 29, 19565'9"155, CO
Larry PashnickRRApril 25, 19566'3"205Lincoln Park, MI US
Steve PatchinRRMarch 26, 19506'1"190Joplin, MO US
Larry RothschildLRMarch 12, 19546'2"180Chicago, IL US
Dave RuckerLLSeptember 1, 19576'1"185San Bernardino, CA US
Manny SeoaneRRJune 26, 19556'3"187Tampa, FL US
Jerry UjdurRRMarch 5, 19576'1"195Duluth, MN US
Pat UnderwoodLLFebruary 9, 19576'0"175Kokomo, IN US
Roger WeaverRROctober 6, 19546'3"190Amsterdam, NY US
Glenn WilsonRRDecember 22, 19586'1"190Baytown, TX 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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