1983 Phoenix Giants Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 61-82
Finished 5th in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Jack Mull (61-82)
Affiliation: San Francisco Giants
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Ballpark: Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 189,713, Avg. 2,653
1983 Phoenix Giants Statistics

The Phoenix Giants of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1983 season with a record of 61 wins and 82 losses, finishing fifth in the league's South Division.

The Giants plated 827 runs and yielded 935 runs, most in the league. Chris Smith paced Phoenix with 21 home runs, while Rich Murray walloped 15 or more, too. Chris Smith drove in 102 runs and topped batters with significant playing time by hitting .379. Mark Dempsey and Alan Fowlkes paced the team with 9 wins each, and Mike Chris recorded a 5.77 ERA, leading qualifying pitchers.

Mark Dempsey, Chris Smith, Brian Kingman, Frank Williams, Herman Segelke, Kelvin Torve, Pat Larkin, Jeff Cornell, Mark Davis, Rich Murray, Tom Runnells, Alan Fowlkes, Jeff Ransom, Mike Chris, Randy Kutcher, Guy Sularz, Craig Chamberlain, Mark Calvert, Brian Asselstine, Wallace Johnson, Dan Gladden, Chili Davis, John Rabb, Brad Wellman, Randy Lerch, Scott Garrelts and Ted Wilborn were all players from the 1983 Phoenix Giants who played in the Majors during their careers.

Jack Mull served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Brian AsselstineLRSeptember 23, 19536'1"175Santa Barbara, CA US
Mark CalvertRRSeptember 29, 19566'1"195Tulsa, OK US
Craig ChamberlainRRFebruary 2, 19576'1"190Hollywood, CA US
Mike ChrisLLOctober 8, 19576'3"180Santa Monica, CA US
Jeff CornellSRFebruary 10, 19575'11"170Kansas City, MO US
Chili DavisSRJanuary 17, 19606'3"195Kingston, JM
Mark DavisLLOctober 19, 19606'3"180Livermore, CA US
Mark DempseyRRDecember 17, 19576'6"220Dayton, OH US
Alan FowlkesRRAugust 8, 19586'2"190Brawley, CA US
Scott GarreltsRROctober 30, 19616'4"195Champaign, IL US
Dan GladdenRRJuly 7, 19575'11"180San Jose, CA US
Phillip HinrichsRROctober 4, 19575'11"180
Wallace JohnsonSRDecember 25, 19566'0"173Gary, IN US
Brian KingmanRRJuly 27, 19536'2"200Los Angeles, CA US
Randy KutcherRRApril 20, 19605'11"170Anchorage, AK US
Pat LarkinLLJune 14, 19606'0"180Arcadia, CA US
Randy LerchLLOctober 9, 19546'5"190Sacramento, CA US
Rich MurrayRRJuly 6, 19576'4"195Los Angeles, CA US
Ronald PiselRRSeptember 17, 19586'2"185
John RabbRRJune 23, 19606'1"180Los Angeles, CA US
Jeff RansomRRNovember 11, 19605'11"185Fresno, CA US
Kernan RonanRJune 27, 19596'0"175
Tom RunnellsSRApril 17, 19556'0"175Greeley, CO US
Herman SegelkeRRApril 24, 19586'4"200San Mateo, CA US
Chris SmithSRJuly 18, 19576'0"185Torrance, CA US
James StassiRR5'10"185
Guy SularzRRNovember 7, 19555'11"165Minneapolis, MN US
Kelvin TorveLRJanuary 10, 19606'3"205Rapid City, SD US
Brad WellmanRRAugust 17, 19596'0"170Lodi, CA US
Ted WilbornSRDecember 16, 19586'0"165Waco, TX US
Frank WilliamsRRFebruary 13, 19586'1"180Seattle, WA US
Todd ZacherLRAugust 18, 19595'11"150Bowman, ND 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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