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1971 Hawaii Islanders Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 73-73
Finished 3rd in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Bill Adair (73-73)
Affiliation: San Diego Padres
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Ballpark: Honolulu Stadium
Attendance: 375,957, Avg. 5,150
1971 Hawaii Islanders Statistics

The Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1971 season with a record of 73 wins and 73 losses, finishing third in the league's South Division.

The Islanders scored 683 runs and surrendered 683 runs. Jim Hicks led Hawaii with 26 home runs, while Rich Barry and John Sipin walloped 20 or more also. Jim Hicks recorded 78 runs batted in. John Sipin paced batters with significant playing time by hitting .318. Dennis Ribant topped the team with 15 wins, and Jerry Crider recorded a 3.29 ERA, best among regular hurlers.

Players from the 1971 Hawaii Islanders who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Jim Hicks, Jimmie Hall, Fred Kendall, Jeff James, Mike Jackson, Rick Joseph, Jerry Nyman, Jerry Morales, Lee Maye, Rafael Robles, Dave Robinson, Dennis Ribant, Merritt Ranew, John Sipin, Ron Slocum, Dick Simpson, John Purdin, Tom Satriano, Gary Ross, Bob Allen, Jose Arcia, Clete Boyer, George Brunet, Fred Beene, Rich Barry, Jack Baldschun, Dave Baldwin, Leon Wagner, Marv Staehle, Steve Whitaker, Bob Garibaldi, Rod Gaspar, Mike Corkins, Jerry Crider, Danny Coombs and Jack DiLauro.

Bill Adair served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Bob AllenLLOctober 23, 19376'2"175Tatum, TX US
Jose ArciaRRAugust 22, 19436'3"170La Habana, La Habana CU
Jack BaldschunRROctober 16, 19366'1"175Greenville, OH US
Dave BaldwinRRMarch 30, 19386'2"200Tucson, AZ US
Rich BarryRRSeptember 12, 19406'4"205Berkeley, CA US
Fred BeeneSRNovember 24, 19425'9"155Angleton, TX US
Clete BoyerRRFebruary 9, 19376'0"165Cassville, MO US
George BrunetRLJune 8, 19356'1"195Houghton, MI US
Danny CoombsRLMarch 23, 19426'4"200Lincoln, ME US
Mike CorkinsRRMay 25, 19466'1"190Riverside, CA US
Joe CostelloRROctober 20, 19456'6"225Syracuse, NY US
Jerry CriderRRSeptember 2, 19416'2"200Sioux Falls, SD US
Jack DiLauroSLMarch 3, 19436'2"185Akron, OH US
Ronald DrakeRROctober 1, 19466'0"185
Bob GaribaldiLRMarch 3, 19426'4"210Stockton, CA US
Rod GasparSLApril 3, 19465'11"165Long Beach, CA US
Jimmie HallLRMarch 7, 19386'0"175Mount Holly, NC US
Jim HicksRRMay 18, 19396'3"205East Chicago, IN US
Mike JacksonLLMarch 27, 19466'3"190Paterson, NJ US
Jeff JamesRRSeptember 29, 19416'3"195Indianapolis, IN US
Rick JosephRRAugust 24, 19396'1"192San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Fred KendallRRJanuary 31, 19496'1"185Torrance, CA US
Lee MayeLRDecember 11, 19346'2"190Tuscaloosa, AL US
Hank McGrawRRJanuary 26, 19436'2"197Oakland, CA US
Jerry MoralesRRFebruary 18, 19495'10"155Yabucoa, PR
Jerry NymanLLNovember 23, 19425'10"165Logan, UT US
John PurdinRRJuly 16, 19426'2"185Lynx, OH US
Merritt RanewLRMay 10, 19385'11"170Albany, GA US
Dennis RibantRRSeptember 20, 19415'11"165Detroit, MI US
Dave RobinsonSLMay 22, 19466'1"186Minneapolis, MN US
Rafael RoblesRROctober 20, 19476'0"170San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Gary RossRRSeptember 16, 19476'1"185McKeesport, PA US
Tom SatrianoLRAugust 28, 19406'1"185Pittsburgh, PA US
Dick SimpsonRRJuly 28, 19436'4"176Washington, DC US
John SipinRRAugust 29, 19466'1"175Watsonville, CA US
Ron SlocumRRJuly 2, 19456'2"185Modesto, CA US
Marv StaehleLRMarch 13, 19425'10"165Oak Park, IL US
Leon WagnerLRMay 13, 19346'1"195Chattanooga, TN US
Steve WhitakerLRMay 7, 19436'0"180Tacoma, WA 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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