1984 Maine Guides Roster

International League (IL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 77-59
Finished 2nd in the IL
Manager: Doc Edwards (77-59)
Affiliation: Cleveland Indians
Location: Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Ballpark: The Ballpark
Attendance: 183,289, Avg. 2,695
1984 Maine Guides Statistics

Playoffs - Maine Guides 3 games, Toledo Mud Hens 0
Finals - Pawtucket Red Sox 3 games, Maine Guides 2

The Maine Guides of the International League ended the 1984 season with a record of 77 wins and 59 losses, finishing second in the IL.

The Guides scored 645 runs and yielded 575 runs. Lorenzo Gray paced Maine with 16 home runs, while Shanie Dugas and Jim Wilson walloped 20 or more also. Jim Wilson drove in 84 runs. Dwight Taylor led batters with significant playing time with a .271 average. Jerry Ujdur topped the team with 14 wins, and Jerry Reed recorded a 3.62 ERA, tops among regularly-used pitchers.

Members of the 1984 Maine Guides who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Keith MacWhorter, Steve Farr, Chris Bando, Roy Smith, Barry Evans, Kevin Rhomberg, Steve Comer, Geno Petralli, Dwight Taylor, Jerry Reed, Luis Aponte, Rod Craig, John Farrell, Jim Siwy, Don Schulze, Juan Espino, Otis Nixon, Luis Quinones, Jeff Barkley, Jerry Ujdur, Jim Wilson, Ed Glynn, Rich Barnes, Jay Baller, Ramon Romero, Dave Gallagher, Wil Culmer, Karl Pagel, Lorenzo Gray and Bud Anderson.

Doc Edwards served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Bud AndersonRRMay 27, 19566'3"210Westbury, NY US
Luis AponteRRJune 14, 19536'0"185El Tigre, Anzoategui VE
Jay BallerRROctober 6, 19606'6"215Stayton, OR US
Chris BandoSRFebruary 4, 19566'0"195Cleveland, OH US
Jeff BarkleySRNovember 21, 19596'3"185Hickory, NC US
Rich BarnesRLJuly 21, 19596'4"186Palm Beach, FL US
Steve ComerSRJanuary 13, 19546'3"195Minneapolis, MN US
Rod CraigSRJanuary 12, 19586'1"195Los Angeles, CA US
Wil CulmerRRNovember 11, 19576'4"210Nassau, BS
Luis DeLeonSRJanuary 13, 19566'1"165Ponce, PR
Shanie DugasLRMarch 19, 19585'9"150New Iberia, LA US
Guy ElstonRJune 10, 19606'3"185
Juan EspinoRRMarch 16, 19566'1"190Bonao, Monsenor Nouel DO
Barry EvansRRNovember 30, 19556'1"180Atlanta, GA US
Steve FarrRRDecember 12, 19565'10"198Cheverly, MD US
John FarrellRRAugust 4, 19626'4"210Monmouth Beach, NJ US
Robin FusonRRJuly 22, 19586'1"180Coral Gables, FL US
Dave GallagherRRSeptember 20, 19606'0"180Trenton, NJ US
Ed GlynnRLJune 3, 19536'2"180New York, NY US
Lorenzo GrayRRMarch 4, 19586'1"180Mound Bayou, MS US
Keith MacWhorterRRDecember 30, 19556'4"190Worcester, MA US
Steve MarsdenRJanuary 22, 19585'11"190
Otis NixonSRJanuary 9, 19596'2"180Evergreen, NC US
Karl PagelLLMarch 29, 19556'2"188Madison, WI US
Geno PetralliLRSeptember 25, 19596'2"185Sacramento, CA US
Luis QuinonesSRApril 28, 19625'11"165Ponce, PR
Jerry ReedRROctober 8, 19556'1"190Bryson City, NC US
Kevin RhombergRRNovember 22, 19556'0"175Dubuque, IA US
Ramon RomeroLLJanuary 8, 19596'4"170San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Ed SaavedraRRNovember 15, 19595'10"160Cocle, PA
Don SchulzeRRSeptember 27, 19626'3"215Roselle, IL US
Doug SimunicRRJanuary 17, 19566'0"185Mount Clemens, MI US
Jim SiwyRRSeptember 20, 19586'4"200Pawtucket, RI US
Roy SmithRRSeptember 6, 19616'3"200Mount Vernon, NY US
Dwight TaylorLLMarch 24, 19605'9"166Los Angeles, CA US
Jerry UjdurRRMarch 5, 19576'1"195Duluth, MN US
Jim WilsonRRDecember 29, 19606'3"230Corvallis, OR US
Phillip WilsonRR6'0"187

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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