1985 Kenosha Twins Roster

Midwest League (MWL) - Class: A
Team Record: 76-60
Finished 2nd in the MWL's North Division
Manager: Duffy Dyer (76-60)
Affiliation: Minnesota Twins
Location: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Ballpark: Simmons Park
Attendance: 60,977, Avg. 897
1985 Kenosha Twins Statistics

Playoffs - Kenosha Twins 2 games, Appleton Foxes 1
Finals - Kenosha Twins 3 games, Peoria Chiefs 1

The Kenosha Twins of the Midwest League ended the 1985 season with a record of 76 wins and 60 losses, finishing second in the league's North Division.

The Twins scored 670 runs and allowed 631 runs. Gary Borg and Greg Hill led Kenosha with 12 home runs apiece. Tom Schwarz drove in 71 runs. Tom Thomas paced batters with significant playing time with a .284 average. Alan Sontag topped the team with 15 wins and a team-best 2.33 ERA, best among regular hurlers. Duffy Dyer served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mike AdamsROctober 24, 19646'1"190
Mark AndrusR
Joey AragonRRMarch 19, 19625'8"165
Angel BayronLLDecember 25, 19636'1"
Gary BorgLLJanuary 21, 19636'1"190
Al CardwoodRMay 21, 19616'2"180
Mark CaseyRRAugust 6, 19636'3"175
Mike CloningerRJuly 10, 19656'0"185
Pat CrosbyLLFebruary 13, 19656'0"175
Mark DavisLMay 20, 19636'1"185
John DoddLFebruary 1, 19656'1"170
Rick FeltLMarch 7, 19616'2"185Riverside, CA US
Steve GomezRSeptember 6, 19615'10"175
Greg HillRROctober 25, 19615'11"185
Donnie IasparroRAugust 24, 19636'4"204
Curt KindredRMarch 8, 19636'6"185
Tony LopezRRMarch 2, 19666'2"190
Jason MalecLFebruary 16, 19625'10"175
Howie ManzonRRAugust 1, 19635'11"170
Scott PrickettLJanuary 27, 19646'5"225
Ulisses RodriguezRR5'11"170
Mike RyanLLAugust 18, 19626'3"200
Tom ScalettaLRNovember 30, 19636'0"180
Tom SchwarzRRMay 15, 19636'1"185
Tim SenneSRAugust 16, 19626'0"175
Hank SiemersRRAugust 23, 19635'10"170
Alan SontagRROctober 21, 19636'6"210Valley Stream, NY US
Bob TabelingRJune 6, 19626'1"175
Tom ThomasLRAugust 18, 19625'10"170
Ignacio VelasquezRR6'1"188
Dave WilliamsRRAugust 24, 19636'1"160
Eddie YanesRROctober 22, 19646'0"180

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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