1993 Portland Beavers Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 87-56
Finished 1st in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Scott Ullger (87-56)
Affiliation: Minnesota Twins
Location: Portland, Oregon
Ballpark: PGE Park
Attendance: 186,010, Avg. 2,906 in 64 home dates
1993 Portland Beavers Statistics

Playoffs - Tucson Toros 4 games, Portland Beavers 2

The Portland Beavers of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1993 season with a record of 87 wins and 56 losses, finishing first in the league's North Division.

The Beavers paced the circuit with just 708 runs allowed. Portland scored 831 runs. Bernardo Brito led the team with 20 home runs, while Derek Parks walloped 20 or more, too. Derek Lee recorded 80 runs batted in. Jerry Schunk topped all regular batters by hitting .270. Tom Drees paced the squad with 15 wins, and Pat Mahomes recorded a 3.05 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Tom Drees, Carlos Pulido, George Tsamis, Derek Lee, Oscar Munoz, Pat Mahomes, Dave McCarty, Jim Neidlinger, Pat Howell, Dave LaPoint, Ced Landrum, Bernardo Brito, Mike Maksudian, Dan Masteller, Derek Parks, Jeff Grotewold, Rich Garces, Terry Jorgensen, Brett Merriman, Chip Hale, Steve Ontiveros, Gary Scott, Carl Willis, Darrin Chapin, Pat Meares, Larry Casian and J. T. Bruett were all players from the 1993 Portland Beavers who played in the Majors during their careers.

Scott Ullger served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Bernardo BritoRRDecember 4, 19636'1"190San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
J. T. BruettLLOctober 8, 19675'11"175Milwaukee, WI US
Jeff CarterSROctober 20, 19635'10"160Chicago, IL US
Larry CasianRLOctober 28, 19656'0"170Lynwood, CA US
Darrin ChapinRRFebruary 1, 19666'0"170Warren, OH US
Tom DreesSLJune 17, 19636'6"210Des Moines, IA US
Rich GarcesRRMay 18, 19716'0"250Maracay, Aragua VE
Pedro GrifolRRNovember 28, 19696'1"197Miami, FL US
Jeff GrotewoldLRDecember 8, 19656'0"215Madera, CA US
Chip HaleLRDecember 2, 19645'11"190San Jose, CA US
Jon HenryRRAugust 1, 19686'5"215Limestone, ME US
Pat HowellSRAugust 31, 19685'11"155Mobile, AL US
Terry JorgensenRRSeptember 2, 19666'4"208Kewaunee, WI US
Ced LandrumLRSeptember 3, 19635'9"165Butler, AL US
Dave LaPointLLJuly 29, 19596'3"205Glens Falls, NY US
Derek LeeLRJuly 28, 19666'1"200Chicago, IL US
Pat MahomesRRAugust 9, 19706'1"175Bryan, TX US
Mike MaksudianLRMay 28, 19665'11"220Belleville, IL US
Dan MastellerLLMarch 17, 19686'0"185Toledo, OH US
Dave McCartyRLNovember 23, 19696'5"210Houston, TX US
Pat MearesRRSeptember 6, 19686'0"185Salina, KS US
Brett MerrimanRRJuly 15, 19666'2"210Jacksonville, IL US
Oscar MunozRRSeptember 25, 19696'3"210Hialeah, FL US
Jim NeidlingerSRSeptember 24, 19646'4"180Vallejo, CA US
Steve OntiverosRRMarch 5, 19616'0"180Tularosa, NM US
Ray OrtizLLApril 27, 19686'2"215San Francisco, CA US
Derek ParksRRSeptember 29, 19686'0"205Covina, CA US
Carlos PulidoLLAugust 5, 19716'0"194Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Paul RussoRRAugust 26, 19695'11"215Tampa, FL US
Jerry SchunkRROctober 5, 19655'11"180Hamilton, OH US
Gary ScottRRAugust 22, 19686'0"175New Rochelle, NY US
Mark SimsSLApril 7, 19686'1"170Monroe, LA US
Matt StevensRRJanuary 20, 19676'1"200
George TsamisRLJune 14, 19676'2"190Campbell, CA US
Scott WadeRRApril 26, 19636'2"200Seabrook, MD US
Carl WillisLRDecember 28, 19606'4"210Danville, VA 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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