2003 Newark Bears Roster

Atlantic League (AL) - Independent
Team Record: 54-71
Finished 4th in the AL's South Division
Manager: Bill Madlock (54-71)
Location: Newark, New Jersey
Ballpark: Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium
Attendance: 191,034, Avg. 3,032 in 63 home dates
2003 Newark Bears Statistics

The Newark Bears of the Atlantic League ended the 2003 season with a record of 54 wins and 71 losses, finishing fourth in the league's South Division.

The Bears scored 592 runs and surrendered 654 runs. Wilfredo Quintana led Newark with 24 home runs, while Danny Clyburn and Michael Coleman walloped 20 or more, too. Danny Clyburn drove in 75 runs. Wilfredo Quintana topped batters with significant playing time with a .256 average. Jaime Navarro paced the squad with 11 wins, and Matt Wagner recorded a 3.27 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 2003 Newark Bears who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Chris Peters, Calvin Maduro, Ryan Minor, Curtis Goodwin, Jaime Navarro, Rickey Henderson, Matt Wagner, Danny Clyburn, Jose Lima, David Moraga, Jim Bullinger, Reggie Harris, Manuel Barrios, Alberto Castillo and Michael Coleman.

Bill Madlock served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Manuel BarriosRRSeptember 21, 19746'0"170Cabecera, PA
Al BenjaminRRSeptember 9, 19776'1"200Houston, TX US
Bryan BrittRRApril 16, 19756'2"215Wilmington, NC US
Jim BullingerRRAugust 21, 19656'2"185New Orleans, LA US
Alberto CastilloLLJuly 5, 19756'2"255La Habana, La Habana CU
Chris ClarkRROctober 29, 19746'1"180Flushing, NY US
Danny ClyburnRRApril 6, 19746'3"220Lancaster, SC US
Michael ColemanRRAugust 16, 19755'11"180Nashville, TN US
Tim DeCincesLRApril 26, 19746'2"190Rochester, NY US
Paul EspositoRRApril 22, 19776'0"180
Steve GaglianoRRAugust 4, 19776'4"200Chicago, IL US
Curtis GoodwinLLSeptember 30, 19725'11"180Oakland, CA US
Tom HageLRAugust 2, 19746'4"225Bronx, NY US
Reggie HarrisRRAugust 12, 19686'1"180Waynesboro, VA US
Al HawkinsRRJanuary 1, 19786'1"210Elizabeth, NJ US
Andy HazlettLLAugust 27, 19756'3"187Arcadia, CA US
Rickey HendersonRLDecember 25, 19585'10"180Chicago, IL US
Tim KeinathRRApril 13, 19796'5"220Rockville Centre, NY US
Jay LaFlairRRSeptember 18, 19756'0"205Belden, TX US
Eddie LaraRROctober 30, 19755'10"180Bani, Peravia DO
Francisco LebronRRMay 10, 19756'6"230Bayamon, PR
Jose LimaRRSeptember 30, 19726'2"170Santiago, Santiago DO
Juan LorenzoSRNovember 10, 19786'0"189Cambita Garabito, San Cristobal DO
Calvin MaduroRRSeptember 5, 19746'0"175Santa Cruz, AW
Pete MaestralesSRJuly 4, 19795'11"190Delray Beach, FL US
Eddy MartinezRROctober 23, 19776'2"170San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Hipolito MartinezRRJanuary 30, 19776'1"170Bani, Peravia DO
Matt McClellanRRAugust 13, 19766'7"220Toledo, OH US
Ryan MinorRRJanuary 5, 19746'7"225Canton, OH US
David MoragaLLJuly 8, 19756'0"184Torrance, CA US
Jaime NavarroRRMarch 27, 19676'4"210Bayamon, PR
Elvin NinaRRNovember 25, 19756'0"180San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Tommy ParksSROctober 14, 19686'2"225Tupelo, MS US
Alex PenaRRSeptember 9, 19776'2"205Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Koby PerezRRSeptember 26, 19826'2"220Tamayo, Baoruco DO
Kyle PerryRROctober 13, 19795'10"190Philadelphia, PA US
Chris PetersLLJanuary 28, 19726'1"162Fort Thomas, KY US
Mike PiercyLLJune 24, 19766'0"210Livingston, NJ US
Damon Ponce DeleonRRNovember 2, 19775'11"180New York, NY US
Wilfredo QuintanaRRJune 22, 19785'11"181Loiza, PR
Peto RamirezRRSeptember 10, 19726'2"215Brooklyn, NY US
Juan RodriguezSLDecember 16, 19745'10"190Arecibo, PR
Jack SantoraSROctober 6, 19765'9"160Monterey, CA US
Hut SmithRRJune 8, 19736'3"195Concord, NC US
Tom StepkaRRNovember 29, 19756'2"190Buffalo, NY US
Jason TorresLRDecember 11, 19785'10"170Flushing, NY US
Rolando VieraLLAugust 1, 19736'2"216La Habana, La Habana CU
Matt WagnerRRApril 4, 19726'5"215Cedar Falls, IA 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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