1969 High Point-Thomasville Royals Roster

Carolina League (CL) - Class: A
Team Record: 69-74
Finished 4th in the CL's West Division
Manager: Harry Malmberg (69-74)
Affiliation: Kansas City Royals
Location: High Point, North Carolina; Thomasville, North Carolina
Ballpark: Finch Field, Finch Field
Attendance: 44,472, Avg. 622
1969 High Point-Thomasville Royals Statistics

Playoffs - Salem Rebels 2 games, High Point-Thomasville Royals 0

The High Point-Thomasville Royals of the Carolina League ended the 1969 season with a record of 69 wins and 74 losses, finishing fourth in the league's West Division.

The Royals scored 551 runs and allowed 560 runs. Dan Haynes led High with 15 home runs and drove in 75 runs. Ken Huebner paced hitters with significant playing time by connecting at a .324 clip. Joey Robinson topped the squad with 12 wins, while Jerry Lyscio recorded a 2.5 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Ike Brookens, Tracy Stallard, Jerry Cram, Monty Montgomery, Jim York, Jim Rooker, Jon Warden and Scott Northey were all players from the 1969 High Point-Thomasville Royals who played in the Majors during their careers.

Harry Malmberg served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Larry AgrellaRROctober 16, 19495'10"168
George AlvarezRRApril 6, 19466'0"180
Michael ArsenukRRJuly 15, 19476'1"165
Ed AssafRRJune 27, 19466'4"225
Dick BaldersonRRFebruary 7, 19466'4"190Newport News, VA US
John BeatonSRAugust 3, 19466'3"205
Ike BrookensRRJanuary 3, 19496'5"170Chambersburg, PA US
Art ClearyLRAugust 9, 19465'10"170
Jerry CramRRDecember 9, 19476'0"180Los Angeles, CA US
Thomas CrichtonRROctober 31, 19496'0"180
Martin DownenRRJanuary 16, 19476'5"
Cornelius DrewLRDecember 16, 19495'11"165
Gary HartRLSeptember 21, 19445'11"175
Dan HaynesRROctober 22, 19496'3"220
Ken HuebnerLLMay 2, 19446'0"185
Lloyd LightfootRRNovember 4, 19466'3"175
Jerry LyscioRRMay 17, 19456'0"180
Donald McKinleyRRAugust 23, 19466'2"201
Monty MontgomeryRRSeptember 1, 19466'3"200Albemarle, NC US
Scott NortheyRROctober 15, 19466'0"175Philadelphia, PA US
Ken O'DonnellRRDecember 27, 19495'9"155
John PasierbRRDecember 24, 19466'3"195
Robert PettisLLNovember 9, 19446'2"190
Joey RobinsonRRJanuary 12, 19456'2"185
Jim RookerRLSeptember 23, 19426'0"195Lakeview, OR US
Willie SandersRRMay 19, 19466'1"175
Gary SanserinoRRFebruary 18, 19486'0"180Los Angeles, CA US
Oscar SedRR6'0"180
Tommy SmithLRAugust 27, 19436'2"185
Jim SnyderRRApril 21, 19466'0"195
Tracy StallardRRAugust 31, 19376'5"204Coeburn, VA US
Billy StinchcombRRJune 16, 19446'2"165Denton, TX US
Jon WardenSLOctober 1, 19466'0"205Columbus, OH US
Dale WeatherfordRRNovember 3, 19486'0"205Kansas City, MO US
Lee WhiteRLOctober 8, 19475'11"165Oxnard, CA US
Gregory WithRRSeptember 29, 19466'1"195
Steve WrightRRJune 27, 19476'1"190
Jim YorkRRAugust 27, 19476'3"200Maywood, 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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