1990 Omaha Royals Roster

American Association (AA) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 86-60
Finished 1st in the AA's West Division
Manager: Sal Rende (86-60)
Affiliation: Kansas City Royals
Location: Omaha, Nebraska
Ballpark: Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Attendance: 341,129, Avg. 4,673
1990 Omaha Royals Statistics

Finals - Omaha Royals 3 games, Nashville Sounds 2

The Omaha Royals of the American Association ended the 1990 season with a record of 86 wins and 60 losses, finishing first in the league's West Division.

The Royals plated 678 runs and yielded 555 runs. Chito Martínez paced Omaha with 21 home runs, while Harvey Pulliam walloped 15 or more also. Russ Morman drove in 81 runs and topped all regular batters with a .298 average. Pete Filson led the squad with 12 wins, and Jim Lemasters recorded a 3.16 ERA, leading pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1990 Omaha Royals who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Steve Crawford, Bob Meacham, Jay Baller, Russ Morman, Jacob Brumfield, Gene Walter, Tony Ferreira, Joel Johnston, Paul Zuvella, Pete Filson, Tom Dozier, Bob Hamelin, Bill Wilkinson, Gary Thurman, Harvey Pulliam, Ray Chadwick, Tommy Hinzo, Bill Pecota, Terry Shumpert, Jeff Schulz, Kevin Appier, Dar Smith, Mel Stottlemyre, Chito Martínez, Luis de los Santos, Jim Campbell, Tim Spehr, Mike Magnante, Luis Encarnación, Andy McGaffigan, Chris Codiroli, Rey Palacios and Dennis Moeller.

Sal Rende served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Kevin AppierRRDecember 6, 19676'2"180Lancaster, CA US
Jay BallerRROctober 6, 19606'6"215Stayton, OR US
Jacob BrumfieldRRMay 27, 19656'0"170Bogalusa, LA US
Kevin BurrellRRDecember 2, 19626'3"187Pomona, CA US
Jim CampbellLLMay 19, 19665'11"175Santa Maria, CA US
Nick CastanedaLRNovember 30, 19626'5"205San Pedro, CA US
Ray ChadwickSRNovember 17, 19626'2"180Durham, NC US
Dera ClarkRRApril 14, 19656'1"204Monahans, TX US
Chris CodiroliRRMarch 26, 19586'1"160Oxnard, CA US
Steve CrawfordRRApril 29, 19586'5"225Pryor, OK US
Luis de los SantosRRDecember 29, 19666'5"205San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Tom DozierRRSeptember 5, 19616'2"190San Pablo, CA US
Luis EncarnaciónRROctober 20, 19635'10"178Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Chuck EversonRRApril 10, 19656'2"200Livonia, MI US
Tony FerreiraLLOctober 4, 19626'1"160Riverside, CA US
Pete FilsonSLSeptember 28, 19586'2"195Darby, PA US
Jeff GarberRRSeptember 27, 19665'11"177McConnellsburg, PA US
Bob HamelinLLNovember 29, 19676'1"240Elizabeth, NJ US
Tommy HinzoSRJune 18, 19645'10"170San Diego, CA US
Joel JohnstonRRMarch 8, 19676'5"218West Chester, PA US
Jim LemastersRRAugust 16, 19656'0"176Wheeling, WV US
Mike LogginsSLDecember 21, 19635'8"160
Mike MagnanteLLJune 17, 19656'1"180Glendale, CA US
Chito MartínezLLDecember 19, 19655'10"180Belize, BZ
Andy McGaffiganRROctober 25, 19566'3"185West Palm Beach, FL US
Bob MeachamSRAugust 25, 19606'1"175Los Angeles, CA US
Dennis MoellerRLSeptember 15, 19676'2"195Tarzana, CA US
Russ MormanRRApril 28, 19626'4"215Independence, MO US
Rey PalaciosRRNovember 8, 19625'10"190Brooklyn, NY US
Bill PecotaRRFebruary 16, 19606'2"195Redwood City, CA US
Harvey PulliamRROctober 20, 19676'0"210San Francisco, CA US
Thad ReeceLRNovember 15, 19585'9"170
Jeff SchulzLRJune 2, 19616'1"190Evansville, IN US
Terry ShumpertRRAugust 16, 19665'11"190Paducah, KY US
Dar SmithRRJuly 29, 19606'4"185Baltimore, MD US
Tim SpehrRRJuly 2, 19666'2"205Excelsior Springs, MO US
Mel StottlemyreRRDecember 28, 19636'0"190Prosser, WA US
Gary ThurmanRRNovember 12, 19645'10"170Indianapolis, IN US
Mike TresemerRRSeptember 11, 19626'5"220San Jose, CA US
Hugh WalkerLRFebruary 9, 19705'11"210Columbus, OH US
Gene WalterLLNovember 22, 19606'4"200Chicago, IL US
Bill WilkinsonRLAugust 10, 19645'10"160Greybull, WY US
Paul ZuvellaRROctober 31, 19586'0"173San Mateo, 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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