1979 Ogden A's Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 72-75
Finished 4th in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Jose Pagan (72-75)
Affiliation: Oakland Athletics
Location: Ogden, Utah
Ballpark: John Affleck Park
Attendance: 77,027, Avg. 1,048
1979 Ogden A's Statistics

The Ogden A's of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1979 season with a record of 72 wins and 75 losses, finishing fourth in the league's South Division.

The A's scored 793 runs and yielded 866 runs, most in the circuit. Danny Goodwin led Ogden with 20 home runs and drove in 94 runs. Ray Cosey topped all regular batters by connecting at a .314 clip. Jeff Jones paced the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 3.5 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1979 Ogden A's who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Mike Patterson, Jeff Jones, Tim Hosley, Bert Bradley, Steve McCatty, Jeff Cox, Alan Wirth, Terry Enyart, Miguel Dilone, Royle Stillman, Mark Souza, Derek Bryant, Rick Lysander, Mark Budaska, Milt Ramirez, Danny Goodwin, Ernie Camacho, Brian Kingman, Mike Morgan, Ray Cosey, Rickey Henderson and Craig Mitchell.

Jose Pagan served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Brian AbrahamLLOctober 8, 19516'3"170
R. B. BellLRMarch 3, 19536'4"195Long Beach, CA US
Bert BradleySRDecember 23, 19566'1"190Athens, GA US
Bart BraunRRApril 14, 19566'2"174
Derek BryantRROctober 9, 19515'11"185Lexington, KY US
Mark BudaskaSLDecember 27, 19526'0"180Sharon, PA US
Ernie CamachoRRFebruary 1, 19556'1"180Salinas, CA US
Ray CoseyLLFebruary 15, 19565'10"185San Rafael, CA US
Jeff CoxRRNovember 9, 19555'11"170Los Angeles, CA US
Pat DempseyRROctober 23, 19566'4"185Encino, CA US
Miguel DiloneSRNovember 1, 19546'0"160Santiago, Santiago DO
Terry EnyartRLOctober 10, 19506'2"190Ironton, OH US
Danny GoodwinLRSeptember 2, 19536'1"195St. Louis, MO US
Bob GrandasRRApril 4, 19576'1"190
Randy GreenRRJanuary 6, 19576'3"180Claremore, OK US
Monroe GreenfieldRRDecember 21, 19526'4"190Coeur d'Alene, ID US
Denny HainesLRJanuary 24, 19526'2"210
Mack HarrisonSROctober 9, 19545'11"165
Rickey HendersonRLDecember 25, 19585'10"180Chicago, IL US
Tim HosleyRRMay 10, 19475'11"185Spartanburg, SC US
Jeff JonesRRJuly 29, 19566'3"210Detroit, MI US
Brian KingmanRRJuly 27, 19536'2"200Los Angeles, CA US
Frank KolarekRRJanuary 26, 19536'1"195
Keith LieppmanRRJanuary 17, 19496'2"205
Rick LysanderRRFebruary 21, 19536'2"190Huntington Park, CA US
Steve McCattyRRMarch 20, 19546'3"195Detroit, MI US
Craig MitchellRRApril 14, 19546'3"180Santa Rosa, CA US
Mike MorganRROctober 8, 19596'3"195Tulare, CA US
Mike PattersonLRJanuary 26, 19585'10"170Santa Monica, CA US
Milt RamirezRRApril 2, 19505'9"150Mayaguez, PR
Michael RodriguezRRSeptember 22, 19565'11"185
Mark SouzaLLFebruary 1, 19546'0"180Redwood City, CA US
Paul StevensSRNovember 26, 19535'11"175
Royle StillmanLLJanuary 2, 19515'11"180Santa Monica, CA US
Alan WirthRRDecember 8, 19566'4"190Mesa, AZ 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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